India to introduce clean fuels faster to combat Delhi smog crisis

Measures to slash vehicle emissions to come in two years earlier than planned in effort to reduce air pollution in capital

Measures aimed at slashing vehicle emissions will be introduced two years early, the Indian government has announced in its first major policy response to the Delhi smog crisis.

As the haze improved slightly on Wednesday – albeit to levels still considered “very poor” – the Indian petroleum ministry said it would introduce Bharat VI fuels from April next year, instead of April 2020 as originally planned.

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