Advanced Motor Fuels (AMF TCP)

The primary goal of the AMF TCP is to facilitate the market introduction of advanced motor fuels and related vehicle technologies. This TCP provides an effective platform for fuel analyses and reporting of GHG emissions tested and measured in engines. 

Emissions from heavy duty vehicle engines operated with diesel or diesel in combination with methane.*


  • Methane emissions control
  • Sustainable bus systems
  • Alcohol fuels: unregulated pollutants
  • Real driving emissions and fuel consumption
  • Methanol as motor fuel
  • Heavy duty vehicle evaluation


Contracting Parties: 17


* Graph adapted from data provided by the AMF TCP

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