Scientist who uncovered Dieselgate joins AIR’s academic and expert committee 27 Nov 2018

  • Two highly-influential vehicle emissions experts have joined AIR’s Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) taking the total number of members to 10
  • New members are Mr. Dan Carder, who led the West Virginia University team that published the earliest evidence that VW was cheating on US emissions tests…
  • …and Dr Norbert Ligterink, currently Senior Research Scientist at Netherlands-based independent research organisation TNO, one of the global leaders in the field of real-world vehicle emissions and fuel consumption

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