Useful Links

  • SOGEFI GROUP - co-develops the LIFE AUTO project in partnership with Solvay. SOGEFI GROUP is a global leader in automotive original equipment and aftermarket components
  • LIFE programme - The LIFE programme is the European Union’s financial instrument for the environment, aiming to contribute to the implementation, updating and development of environmental policy by co-financing projects with European added value
  • AECC - Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst - is an international non-profit scientific association of European companies making technologies for engine exhaust emissions control
  • ACEA - European Automobile Manufacturer's Association - represents Europe's car, van, truck and bus manufacturers, and works with a variety of institutional, non-governmental, research and civil society partners - as well as with a number of industry associations to ensure the economic environmental and social sustainability of the automobile industry
  • Concawe - The oil companies' European association for environment, health and safety in refining and distribution, was established in 1963 to carry out research on environmental issues relevant to the oil industry
  • Diesel Net - Online information service on clean diesel engines and diesel emissions

Publications

  • “Beneficial Use of Advanced Fuel Borne Catalyst in Diesel Engines”, A. Lacarriere et al., 10th International Colloquium Fuels, TAE Esslingen (Germany), January 2015
  • "Cleaner diesel, cleaner world", International Innovation: A renewable future, issue 178, page 74-76, April 2015
  • “A low ash and highly stable Fuel Borne Catalyst with injection system deposit prevention properties”, A. Lacarriere et al, SAE World Congress (Detroit/MI, USA), April 2015, SAE 2015-01-0896
  • “Beneficial Use of Advanced Fuel Borne Catalyst in Diesel Engines”, A. Lacarriere et al., 10th International Colloquium Fuels, TAE Esslingen (Germany), January 2015

  • "Cleaner diesel, cleaner world", International Innovation: A renewable future, issue 178, page 74-76, April 2015 

  • “A low ash and highly stable Fuel Borne Catalyst with injection system deposit prevention properties”, A. Lacarriere et al, SAE World Congress (Detroit/MI, USA), April 2015, SAE 2015-01-0896 

  • "The Fuel-Borne Catalyst Approach: A Cost-Effective and Robust Solution to Address the Requirements of BS-VI for Diesel Vehicles", A. Lacarriere et al. Symposium on International Automotive Technology (Pune, India), January 2017, Ref. 2017-26-0127