Utslippsgrenser for forbrenningsmotorer til ikke-veigående mobile maskiner: endringer til utfyllende bestemmelser


(Utkast) Delegert kommisjonsforordning (EU) .../... av 30. august 2022 om endring av delegert forordning (EU) 2017/655 med hensyn til tilpasning av bestemmelsene om overvåking av utslipp av forurensende gasser fra forbrenningsmotorer i bruk som er montert i ikke-veigående mobile maskiner for å inkludere motorer med effekt mindre enn 56 kW og mer enn 560 kW

(Draft) Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) .../... of 30 August 2022 amending Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/655 as regards the adaptation of the provisions on monitoring of gaseous pollutant emissions from in-service internal combustion engines installed in non-road mobile machinery to include engines with power of less than 56 kW and more than 560 kW

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Utkast til delegert forordning sendt til Europaparlamentet og Rådet for klarering 30.8.2022

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(1) The Commission has carried out additional in-service monitoring programmes in cooperation with manufacturers to assess the suitability of monitoring tests and data analyses for measuring the emissions from non-road mobile machinery, regarding engines other than sub-categories NRE-v-5 and NRE-v-6, in actual operation over their normal operating duty cycles. As a consequence, appropriate in-service monitoring provisions for those sub-categories should be laid down in Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/655.

(2) Taking into account the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the manufacturers’ ability to perform in-service monitoring testing, in order to provide sufficient time to manufacturers to perform the tests and to the Commission to assess the test results and produce the report to the European Parliament and the Council as required under Regulation (EU) 2016/1628, it is necessary to modify the deadlines for submitting in-service monitoring test reports.

(3) The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that unexpected events outside the control of the manufacturer may make it impossible to conduct the monitoring of in-service engines as planned. Given the continued disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the approval authority should accept a reasonable adjustment of the original plan for monitoring each In-Service Monitoring Engine Grouping (ISM Group).

(4) The amendments set out in this Regulation should not influence the monitoring of gaseous pollutant emissions from in-service internal combustion engines with power between 56 kW and 560 kW (sub-categories NRE-v-5 and NRE-v-6). For those sub-categories the changes introduced are limited to administrative adjustments that include their inclusion in an ISM Group, thus irrelevant for that monitoring. It is therefore appropriate that EU type-approvals of an engine type or engine family approved in accordance with Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/655 before the day of entry into force of this Regulation remain valid.

(5) Taking into account that the procedures for determining reference work and reference CO2 mass and calculating the instantaneous proxy power from CO2 mass flow are not sufficiently detailed to enable their consistent implementation by manufacturers and approval authorities, those requirements should be further clarified to ensure they are carried out in a harmonised way.

(6) Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/655 should therefore be amended accordingly.



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