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Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/143 of 19 January 2018 confirming or amending the provisional calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 and specific emissions targets for manufacturers of new light commercial vehicles for the calendar year 2016 pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council (notified under document C(2018) 184)

C/2018/0184

OJ L 25, 30.1.2018, p. 49–63 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

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ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/dec_impl/2018/143/oj

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Official Journal of the European Union

L 25/49


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION (EU) 2018/143

of 19 January 2018

confirming or amending the provisional calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 and specific emissions targets for manufacturers of new light commercial vehicles for the calendar year 2016 pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council

(notified under document C(2018) 184)

(Only the Dutch, English, Estonian, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Swedish texts are authentic)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2011 setting emission performance standards for new light commercial vehicles as part of the Union's integrated approach to reduce CO2 emissions from light-duty vehicles (1), and in particular Article 8(6) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

In accordance with Regulation (EU) No 510/2011, the Commission is required to calculate each year the average specific emissions of CO2 and the specific emissions target for each manufacturer of light commercial vehicles in the Union. On the basis of that calculation, the Commission is to determine whether manufacturers and pools of manufacturers have complied with their specific emissions targets.

(2)

Pursuant to Article 4 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 the average specific emissions of manufacturers for 2016 are calculated in accordance with the third paragraph of that Article and take into account 80 % of the manufacturer's new light commercial vehicles registered in that year.

(3)

The detailed data to be used for the calculation of the average specific emissions and the specific emissions targets are based on Member States' registrations of new light commercial vehicles during the preceding calendar year. Where light commercial vehicles are type-approved in a multi-stage process, the manufacturer of the base vehicle take responsibility for the CO2 emissions of the completed vehicle.

(4)

All Member States submitted the 2016 data the Commission in accordance with Article 8(2) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011. Where, as a result of the verification of the data by the Commission, it was evident that certain data were missing or manifestly incorrect, the Commission contacted the Member States concerned and, subject to the agreement of those Member States, adjusted or completed the data accordingly. Where no agreement could be reached with a Member State, the provisional data of that Member State were not adjusted.

(5)

On 18 May 2017, the Commission published the provisional data and notified 62 manufacturers of the provisional calculations of their average specific emissions of CO2 and their specific emissions targets in 2016. Manufacturers were asked to verify the data and to notify the Commission of any errors within three months of receipt of the notification. 23 manufacturers submitted notifications of errors.

(6)

For the remaining 39 manufacturers that did not notify any errors in the datasets or respond otherwise, the provisional data and provisional calculations of the average specific emissions and the specific emissions targets should be confirmed.

(7)

The Commission has verified the errors notified by the manufacturers and the respective reasons for their correction and the dataset has been confirmed or amended.

(8)

In the case of records without matching vehicle identification numbers and with missing or incorrect identification parameters, such as type, variant, version code or type-approval number, the fact that manufacturers cannot verify or correct those records should be taken into account. As a consequence, it is appropriate to apply an error margin to the CO2 emissions and mass values in those records.

(9)

The error margin should be calculated as the difference between the distances to the specific emissions target expressed as the specific emissions targets subtracted from the average specific emissions calculated including and excluding those registrations that cannot be verified by the manufacturers. Regardless of whether that difference is positive or negative, the error margin should always improve the manufacturer's position with regard to its specific emissions target.

(10)

In accordance with Article 10(2) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011, a manufacturer should be considered as compliant with its specific emissions target referred to in Article 4 of that Regulation where the average emissions indicated in this Decision are lower than the specific emissions target, expressed as a negative distance to target. Where the average emissions exceed the specific emissions target, an excess emission premium are to be imposed, unless the manufacturer concerned benefits from an exemption from that target or is a member of a pool and the pool complies with its specific emissions target.

(11)

On 3 November 2015 the Volkswagen Group made a statement to the effect that irregularities had been found when determining type approval CO2 levels of some of their vehicles. While that issue has been thoroughly investigated, the Commission nevertheless finds that further clarifications are needed from the Volkswagen pool as a whole as well as a confirmation by the relevant national type approval authorities of the absence of any such irregularities. As a consequence the values for the Volkswagen pool and its members (Audi AG, Dr. Ing. h.c.F. Porsche AG, Quattro GmbH, Seat S.A., Skoda Auto A.S., and Volkswagen AG) cannot be confirmed or amended.

(12)

The Commission reserves the right to revise the performance of a manufacturer as confirmed or amended by this Decision, should the relevant national authorities confirm the existence of irregularities in the CO2 emission values used for the purpose of determining the manufacturer's compliance with the specific emissions target.

(13)

The provisional calculation of the average specific emissions of CO2 from new light commercial vehicles registered in 2016, the specific emissions targets and the difference between those two values should be confirmed or amended accordingly,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

The values relating to the performance of manufacturers, as confirmed or amended for each manufacturer of light commercial vehicles and for each pool of manufacturers of light commercial vehicles in respect of the 2016 calendar year in accordance with Article 8(6) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011, are specified in the Annex to this Decision.

Article 2

This Decision is addressed to the following individual manufacturers and pools formed in accordance with Article 7 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011:

(1)

Alfa Romeo SpA

C.so Giovanni Agnelli 200

10135 Torino

Italy

(2)

Automobiles Citroen

Route de Gizy

78943 Vélizy-Villacoublay Cedex

France

(3)

Automobiles Peugeot

7, rue Henri Sainte-Claire Deville

92500 Rueil-Malmaison

France

(4)

AVTOVAZ JSC

Represented in the Union by:

LADA France S.A.S.

13, Route Nationale 10

78310 Coignieres

France

(5)

BLUECAR SAS

31-32 quai de Dion Bouton

92800 Puteaux

France

(6)

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG

Petuelring 130

80788 München

Germany

(7)

BMW M GmbH

Petuelring 130

80788 München

Germany

(8)

FCA US LLC

Represented in the Union by:

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Building 5 – Ground floor - Room A8N

C.so Settembrini, 40

10135 Torino

Italy

(9)

CNG-Technik GmbH

Niehl Plant, building Imbert 479

Henry-Ford-Straße 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(10)

COMARTH ENGINEERING S.L.

Carril Alejandrico 79

ES-30570 Beniajan – Murcia

Spain

(11)

Automobile Dacia S.A.

Guyancourt

1 avenue du Golf

78288 Guyancourt Cedex

France

(12)

Daimler AG

Mercedesstr 137/1 Zimmer 229

HPC F403

70327 Stuttgart

Germany

(13)

DFSK MOTOR CO., LTD.

Represented in the Union by:

Giotti Victoria Srl

Sr.l. Pissana Road 11/a 50021

Barberino Val D' Elsa (Florence)

Italy

(14)

Esagono Energia S.r.l.

Via Puecher 9

20060 Pozzuolo Martesana (MI)

Italy

(15)

FCA Italy S.p.A.

Building 5 – Ground floor - Room A8N

C.so Settembrini, 40

10135 Torino

Italy

(16)

Ford Motor Company of Australia Ltd.

Represented in the Union by:

Ford Werke GmbH

Niehl Plant, building Imbert 479

Henry-Ford-Straße 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(17)

Ford Motor Company

Niehl Plant, building Imbert 479

Henry-Ford-Straße 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(18)

Ford Werke GmbH

Niehl Plant, building Imbert 479

Henry-Ford-Straße 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(19)

Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.

Represented in the Union by:

Subaru Europe NV/SA

Leuvensesteenweg 555 B/8

1930 Zaventem

Belgium

(20)

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck & Bus Corporation

Represented in the Union by:

Daimler AG,

Mercedesstr 137/1 Zimmer 229

HPC F403

70327 Stuttgart

Germany

(21)

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck Europe SA

Represented in the Union by:

Daimler AG,

Mercedesstr 137/1 Zimmer 229

HPC F403

70327 Stuttgart

Germany

(22)

LLC Automobile Plant Gaz

Poe 2

Lähte Tartumaa

60502

Estonia

(23)

General Motors Company

Represented in the Union by:

Adam Opel GmbH

Bahnhofsplatz 1 IPC 39-12

65423 Rüsselsheim

Germany

(24)

GAC Gonow Auto Co. Ltd.

Represented in the Union by:

AUTORIMESSA MONTE MARIO SRL

Via della Muratella, 797

00054 Maccarese (RM)

Italy

(25)

Goupil Industrie S.A.

Route de Villeneuve

47320 Bourran

France

(26)

Great Wall Motor Company Ltd.

Represented in the Union by:

Great Wall Motor Europe Technical Center GmbH

Otto-Hahn-Str. 5

63128 Dietzenbach

Germany

(27)

Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

Represented in the Union by:

Aalst Office

Wijngaardveld 1 (Noord V)

B-9300 Aalst

Belgium

(28)

Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd.

Aalst Office

Wijngaardveld 1 (Noord V)

B-9300 Aalst

Belgium

(29)

Hyundai Motor Company

Represented in the Union by:

Hyundai Motor Europe GmbH

Kaiserleipromenade 5

63067 Offenbach

Germany

(30)

Hyundai Assan Otomotiv Sanayi Ve Ticaret A.S.

Represented in the Union by:

Hyundai Motor Europe GmbH

Kaiserleipromenade 5

63067 Offenbach

Germany

(31)

Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Czech s.r.o.

Kaiserleipromenade 5

63067 Offenbach

Germany

(32)

Isuzu Motors Limited

Represented in the Union by:

Isuzu Motors Europe NV

Bist 12

2630 Aartselaar

Belgium

(33)

IVECO S.p.A.

Via Puglia 35

10156 Torino

Italia

(34)

Jaguar Land Rover Limited

Abbey Road

Whitley

Coventry

CV3 4LF

United Kingdom

(35)

KIA Motors Corporation

Represented in the Union by:

Kia Motors Europe GmbH

Theodor-Heuss-Allee 11

60486 Frankfurt am Main

Germany

(36)

KIA Motors Slovakia s.r.o.

Theodor-Heuss-Allee 11

60486 Frankfurt am Main

Germany

(37)

LADA Automobile GmbH

Erlengrund 7-11

21614 Buxtehude

Germany

(38)

Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd.

Legal Department Suzuki-Allee 7

64625 Bensheim

Germany

(39)

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

Represented in the Union by:

Mahindra Europe S.r.l.

Via Cancelliera 35

00040 Ariccia (Roma)

Italy

(40)

Mazda Motor Corporation

Represented in the Union by:

Mazda Motor Europe GmbH

European R&D Centre

Hiroshimastr 1

D-61440 Oberursel/Ts

Germany

(41)

M.F.T.B.C.

Represented in the Union by:

Daimler AG,

Mercedesstr 137/1 Zimmer 229

HPC F403

70327 Stuttgart

Germany

(42)

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation MMC

Represented in the Union by:

Mitsubishi Motors Europe B.V. MME

Mitsubishi Avenue 21

6121 SG Born

The Netherlands

(43)

Mitsubishi Motors Thailand Co., Ltd. MMTh

Represented in the Union by:

Mitsubishi Motors Europe BV MME

Mitsubishi Avenue 21

6121 SG Born

The Netherlands

(44)

Nissan International SA

Represented in the Union by:

Renault Nissan Representation Office

Av des Arts 40

1040 Bruxelles

Belgium

(45)

Adam Opel GmbH

Bahnhofsplatz 1 IPC 39-12

65423 Rüsselsheim

Germany

(46)

Piaggio & C S.p.A.

Viale Rinaldo Piaggio 25

56025 Pontedera (PI)

Italy

(47)

Renault S.A.S.

Guyancourt

1 avenue du Golf

78288 Guyancourt Cedex

France

(48)

Renault Trucks

99 Route de Lyon TER L10 0 01

69802 Saint Priest Cedex

France

(49)

Romanital Srl

Via delle Industrie, 107

90040 Isola delle Femmine PA

Italy

(50)

SAIC MAXUS Automotive Co. Ltd.

Represented in the Union by:

SAIC Luc, S.a.r.l.

President Building

37A avenue J.F. Kennedy

1855 Luxembourg

Luxembourg

(51)

SsangYong Motor Company

Represented in the Union by:

SsangYong Motor Europe Office

Herriotstrasse 1

60528 Frankfurt am Main

Germany

(52)

StreetScooter GmbH

Jülicher Straße 191

52070 Aachen

Germany

(53)

Suzuki Motor Corporation

Represented in the Union by:

Suzuki Deutschland GmbH

Legal Department Suzuki-Allee 7

64625 Bensheim

Germany

(54)

Tata Motors Limited

Represented in the Union by:

Tata Motors European Technical Centre Plc.

Internal Automotive Research Centre

University of Warwick

Coventry

CV4 7AL

United Kingdom

(55)

Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA

Avenue du Bourget 60

1140 Brussels

Belgium

(56)

Univers Ve Helem

14 rue Federico Garcia Lorca

32000 Auch

France

(57)

Volvo Car Corporation

VAK building Assar Gabrielssons väg

SE-405 31 Göteborg

Sweden

(58)

Pool for: Daimler AG

Mercedesstr 137/1

Zimmer 229

70546 Stuttgart

Germany

(59)

Pool for: FCA Italy S.p.A.

Building 5 – Ground floor - Room A8N

C.so Settembrini, 40

10135 Torino

Italy

(60)

Pool for: Ford-Werke GmbH

Neihl Plant, building Imbert 479

Henry-Ford-Straße 1

50735 Köln

Germany

(61)

Pool for: General Motors

Bahnhofsplatz 1 IPC 39-12

65423 Rüsselsheim

Germany

(62)

Pool for: Kia

Theodor-Heuss-Allee 11

60486 Frankfurt am Main

Germany

(63)

Pool for: Hyundai

Kaiserleipromanade 5

63067 Offenbach

Germany

(64)

Pool for: Mitsubishi Motors

Mitsubishi Avenue 21

6121 SG Born

The Netherlands

(65)

Pool for: Renault

1 Avenue du Golf

78288 Guyancourt Cedex

France

Done at Brussels, 19 January 2018.

For the Commission

Miguel ARIAS CAÑETE

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 145, 31.5.2011, p. 1.


ANNEX

Table 1

Values relating to the performance of manufacturers confirmed or amended in accordance with Article 8(6) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

Manufacturer name

Pools and derogations

Number of registrations

Average specific emissions of CO2 (80 %)

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

Distance to target adjusted

Average mass

Average CO2 emissions (100 %)

ALFA ROMEO SPA

 

3

108,000

145,302

– 37,302

– 37,302

1 386,67

114,333

AUTOMOBILES CITROEN

 

147 450

132,337

167,907

– 35,570

– 35,570

1 629,73

145,920

AUTOMOBILES PEUGEOT

 

152 426

133,395

170,220

– 36,825

– 36,825

1 654,60

147,718

AVTOVAZ JSC

P8

30

216,000

135,847

80,153

80,153

1 285,00

216,000

BLUECAR SAS

DMD

173

0,000

 

 

 

1 325,00

0,000

BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AG

DMD

324

143,344

 

 

 

1 894,74

148,988

BMW M GMBH

DMD

291

127,203

 

 

 

1 756,75

135,955

FCA US LLC

P2

163

202,208

204,098

– 1,890

– 1,890

2 018,88

215,356

CNG-TECHNIK GMBH

P3

2

108,000

152,541

– 44,541

– 44,541

1 464,50

115,000

COMARTH ENGINEERING SL

DMD

5

0,000

 

 

 

860,20

0,000

AUTOMOBILE DACIA SA

P8

23 928

118,662

135,482

– 16,820

– 16,820

1 281,07

124,061

DAIMLER AG

P1

141 780

177,473

215,538

– 38,065

– 38,065

2 141,89

187,766

DFSK MOTOR CO LTD

DMD

503

172,291

 

 

 

1 143,26

174,684

ESAGONO ENERGIA SRL

DMD

6

0,000

 

 

 

1 314,17

0,000

FCA ITALY SPA

P2

158 552

143,505

172,123

– 28,618

– 28,619

1 675,06

153,099

FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED

P3

31 598

207,251

221,102

– 13,851

– 13,854

2 201,72

212,811

FORD MOTOR COMPANY

P3

512

202,836

218,576

– 15,740

– 15,740

2 174,56

209,527

FORD-WERKE GMBH

P3

243 326

158,071

192,422

– 34,351

– 34,397

1 893,33

168,603

FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD

DMD

86

155,735

 

 

 

1 673,84

160,267

MITSUBISHI FUSO TRUCK & BUS CORPORATION

P1

543

235,756

253,909

– 18,153

– 18,153

2 554,48

238,066

LLC AUTOMOBILE PLANT GAZ

DMD

4

285,000

 

 

 

2 091,25

285,000

GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY

P4

11

269,750

250,558

19,192

19,192

2 518,45

280,455

GONOW AUTO CO LTD

DMD

44

191,314

 

 

 

1 535,91

203,455

GOUPIL INDUSTRIE SA

DMD

60

0,000

 

 

 

1 095,83

0,000

GREAT WALL MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED

DMD

183

196,610

 

 

 

1 800,49

202,377

HONDA MOTOR CO LTD

DMD

38

108,500

 

 

 

1 382,16

113,842

HONDA OF THE UK MANUFACTURING LTD

DMD

89

134,817

 

 

 

1 686,36

143,281

HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY

P5

3 489

207,827

225,072

– 17,245

– 17,245

2 244,41

211,070

HYUNDAI ASSAN OTOMOTIV SANAYI VE

P5

32

99,600

125,504

– 25,904

– 25,904

1 173,78

102,313

HYUNDAI MOTOR MANUFACTURING CZECH SRO

P5

461

154,310

186,196

– 31,886

– 31,886

1 826,39

167,994

ISUZU MOTORS LIMITED

 

12 658

197,733

208,994

– 11,261

– 11,261

2 071,53

203,634

IVECO SPA

 

30 686

210,302

232,423

– 22,121

– 22,121

2 323,45

215,944

JAGUAR LAND ROVER LIMITED

D

7 435

247,609

272,000

– 24,391

– 24,391

2 147,75

257,094

KIA MOTORS CORPORATION

P6

498

115,834

147,327

– 31,493

– 31,493

1 408,44

123,169

KIA MOTORS SLOVAKIA SRO

P6

436

124,736

158,336

– 33,600

– 33,600

1 526,82

133,766

LADA AUTOMOBILE GMBH

DMD

15

216,000

 

 

 

1 242,07

216,000

MAGYAR SUZUKI CORPORATION LTD

DMD

25

117,350

 

 

 

1 357,24

119,920

MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD

DMD

386

208,808

 

 

 

1 986,97

212,370

MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION

DMD

556

138,385

 

 

 

1 622,53

152,570

MFTBC

P1

162

235,806

258,513

– 22,707

– 22,707

2 603,99

238,136

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION MMC

P7/D

955

166,357

195,000

– 28,643

– 28,643

1 894,06

178,721

MITSUBISHI MOTORS THAILAND CO LTD MMTH

P7/D

16 429

175,873

195,000

– 19,127

– 19,127

1 934,71

179,395

NISSAN INTERNATIONAL SA

 

52 940

135,342

191,107

– 55,765

– 55,765

1 879,19

164,242

ADAM OPEL AG

P4

92 815

150,202

179,531

– 29,329

– 29,329

1 754,72

160,762

PIAGGIO & C SPA

D

2 966

130,872

155,000

– 24,128

– 24,128

1 101,58

149,553

RENAULT SAS

P8

216 516

133,477

175,639

– 42,162

– 42,162

1 712,87

152,141

RENAULT TRUCKS

 

9 111

196,829

229,655

– 32,826

– 32,826

2 293,69

206,718

ROMANITAL SRL

DMD

20

155,000

 

 

 

1 268,25

160,450

SAIC MAXUS AUTOMOTIVE CO LTD

DMD

447

249,994

 

 

 

2 184,42

249,996

SSANGYONG MOTOR COMPANY

DMD

795

195,692

 

 

 

2 069,26

198,153

STREETSCOOTER GMBH

 

1 669

0,000

145,715

– 145,715

– 145,715

1 391,11

0,000

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION

DMD

119

159,063

 

 

 

1 160,96

160,286

TATA MOTORS LIMITED

 

6

196,000

210,015

– 14,015

– 14,015

2 082,50

196,000

TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE NV SA

 

30 760

170,839

197,565

– 26,726

– 27,747

1 948,63

179,279

UNIVERS VE HELEM

DMD

2

0,000

 

 

 

1 008,00

0,000

VOLVO CAR CORPORATION

 

1 216

113,332

171,938

– 58,606

– 58,606

1 673,08

121,022


Table 2

Values relating to the performance of pools confirmed or amended in accordance with Article 8(6) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

Pool name

Pool

Number of registrations

Average specific emissions of CO2 (80 %)

Specific emissions target

Distance to target

Distance to target adjusted

Average mass

Average CO2 emissions (100 %)

DAIMLER AG

P1

142 486

177,673

215,733

– 38,060

– 38,060

2 143,99

188,015

FCA ITALY SPA

P2

158 718

143,536

172,155

– 28,619

– 28,620

1 675,41

153,162

FORD-WERKE GMBH

P3

275 438

162,277

195,760

-33,483

– 33,522

1 929,23

173,750

GENERAL MOTORS

P4

92 826

150,205

179,539

– 29,334

– 29,334

1 754,81

160,776

HYUNDAI

P5

3 982

200,556

219,771

– 19,215

– 19,215

2 187,41

205,209

KIA

P6

934

119,137

152,466

– 33,329

– 33,329

1 463,7

128,116

MITSUBISHI MOTORS

P7/D

17 384

174,897

195,000

– 20,103

– 20,103

1 932,48

179,358

RENAULT

P8

240 474

131,072

171,638

– 40,566

– 40,566

1 669,85

149,355

Explanatory notes to Tables 1 and 2:

Column A:

Table 1: ‘Manufacturer name’ means the name of the manufacturer as notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned or, where no such notification has taken place, the name registered by the registration authority of the Member State.

Table 2: ‘Pool name’ means the name of the pool declared by the pool manager.

Column B:

 

‘D’ means that a derogation relating to a small volume manufacturer has been granted in accordance with Article 11(3) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 for the calendar year 2016.

 

‘DMD’ means that a de minimis exemption applies in accordance with Article 2(4) of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011, i.e., a manufacturer which together with all its connected undertakings was responsible for fewer than 1 000 new registered vehicles in 2016 does not have to meet a specific emissions target.

 

‘P’ means that the manufacturer is a member of a pool (listed in table 2) formed pursuant to Article 7 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 and the pooling agreement is valid for the calendar year 2016.

Column C:

‘Number of registrations’ means the total number of new light commercial vehicles registered by Member States in a calendar year, not counting those registrations that relate to records where the values for mass or CO2 are missing and those records which the manufacturer does not recognise. The number of registrations reported by Member States may otherwise not be changed.

Column D:

‘Average specific emissions of CO2 (80 %)’ means the average specific emissions of CO2 that have been calculated on the basis of the 80 % lowest emitting vehicles in the manufacturer's fleet in accordance with the third paragraph of Article 4 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011. Where appropriate, the average specific emissions of CO2 take into account the errors notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned. The records used for the calculation include those that contain a valid value for mass and CO2 emissions. The average specific emissions of CO2 include emission reductions resulting from the provisions on super-credits in Article 5 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 or eco-innovations in Article 12 of that Regulation.

Column E:

‘Specific emissions target’ means the emissions target calculated on the basis of the average mass of all vehicles attributed to a manufacturer applying the formula set out in Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011.

Column F:

‘Distance to target’ means the difference between the average specific emissions of CO2 specified in column D and the specific emissions target in column E. Where the value in column F is positive, the average specific emissions of CO2 exceed the specific emissions target.

Column G:

‘Distance to target adjusted’ means that where the values in this column are different from those in column F, the values in that column have been adjusted to take into account an error margin. The error margin is calculated in accordance with the following formula:

Error = absolute value of [(AC1 – TG1) – (AC2 – TG2)]

AC1

=

the average specific emissions of CO2 including the unidentifiable vehicles (as set out in column D);

TG1

=

the specific emissions target including the unidentifiable vehicles (as set out in column E);

AC2

=

the average specific emissions of CO2 excluding the unidentifiable vehicles;

TG2

=

the specific emissions target excluding the unidentifiable vehicles.

Column I:

‘Average CO2 emissions (100 %)’ means the average specific emissions of CO2 that have been calculated on the basis of 100 % of the vehicles attributed to the manufacturer. Where appropriate, the average specific emissions of CO2 take into account the errors notified to the Commission by the manufacturer concerned. The records used for the calculation include those that contain a valid value for mass and CO2 emissions but exclude emission reductions resulting from the provisions on super-credits in Article 5 of Regulation (EU) No 510/2011 or eco-innovations in Article 12 of that Regulation.


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