The Global Fuel Economy Initiative signatories will work to secure real improvements in fuel economy across the world. It has set itself three key challenges over the next three years, as well as outlining more specific targets as part of its roadmap for achieving them. For example, to have engaged a further four countries in the in-country policy support toolkit work with which it is already working in Chile, Ethiopia, Kenya and Indonesia. Through this sort of activity GFEI aims to secure a 50% improvement in the fuel economy of all new cars by 2030.
Organizations making the Voluntary Commitment: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), FIA Foundation, International Energy Agency (IEA) International Transport Forum of the OECD (ITF) , International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
For the original text of the Global Fuel Economy Initiative’s Voluntary Commitment, please see To promote the development and implementation of fuel economy standards and policies across the globe
See 1st Status Report-To promote the development and implementation of fuel economy standards and policies across the globe to learn more on the implementation of this Voluntary Commitment.