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SWagnerZF Aug 15, 2019 05:36 PM
Hi all,
i am currently in process of analyzing the provisional data and am stuck on the Eco innovation data.

Can somebody explain the values of "Ernedc (g/km)"?
It says that the data type is "float"in the table definitions. It does however also say g/km. When checking the data i find that the reductions are mostly in the range of 10-20. This seems unlikely to me, so i suspect that this data needs to be divided by 10. Can somebody confirm or otherwise explain this to me?

Also quick question of understanding regarding the eco innovations: The effect of those are not already included in the specific CO2 emissions - correct?

Thank you all and have a good day!
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EEA Aug 19, 2019 08:53 AM
Dear M. S. Wagner,

Thank you for contacting the European Environment Agency (EEA).

The emission reduction (ernedc) are between 1.0 and 4.0 gCo2/km. The decimal separator is a dot. It might be possible that you obtained higher values because you used a comma instead of a dot as separate.

The impact of eco-innovations are included in the manufacturers’ performance and not in the Enedc column.

We hope that this information may be useful for you.

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