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Cost-benefit analysis for the adoption of EU vehicle emission standards in Georgia

This technical assistance advances the following Sustainable Development Goals: 

Decent work and economic growth

Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth
Decent work and economic growth

Climate action

Goal 13: Climate action
Climate action



The on-road transport sector is one of the major sources of air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions in Georgia. Currently, Georgia does not have vehicle emission standards in place. However, the country seeks to establish stronger regulations in accordance with EU directives in order to protect human health and the environment from the negative impact of emissions. 

CTCN Support

Development of terms of reference for a full cost-benefit analysis for the introduction of low emission transport policies and standards in Georgia, in consultation with lead project partners including relevant ministries, the Caucasus Environmental NGO Network and UN Environment.

Expected Impact

  • The draft "Technical Regulations for Introducing the European Union Emission Standards for Light-Duty and Heavy-Duty Road Transport in Georgia" will be developed and will be submitted to the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia.
  • If the regulations are passed and implemented, green house gas emissions will be brought to European levels and Georgia's air quality will be improved.

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