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Evaluation of the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP) Pilot Project on Reducing Emissions from Vehicles and Engines (PPRE)

Report Clearance Steps

Planning phase completed
February 2011

Lessons learned completed
April 2011

Report completed
April 2011

Report approved by Departmental Evaluation Committee
July 2011

Acronyms used in the Report

CACs
Criteria air contaminants
CAP
Clean Air Partnership
CARA
Clean Air Regulatory Agenda
CEPA
Canadian Environmental Protection Act
FCM
Federation of Canadian Municipalities
FCO
Fleet Challenge Ontario
FTE
Full-time equivalent
G&C
Grants and contributions
GHGs
Greenhouse gases
HDD
Heavy-duty diesel
MSC
My Sustainable Canada
NCDC
National Clean Diesel Campaign
NGO
Non-governmental organization
NOx
Nitrogen oxides
NRCan
Natural Resources Canada
O&M
Operations and maintenance
PAA
Program Activity Architecture
PM
Particulate matter
PPRE
Pilot Project on Reducing Emissions from Vehicles and Engines
SPP
Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America
U.S. EPA
United States Environmental Protection Agency

Acknowledgements

The Evaluation Consultant Team of Stratos, Inc. and Alison Kerry would like to thank Nicola Scahill and Manjit Kerr-Upal for their ongoing input, provision of documentation, and review of key deliverables during the evaluation process. They would also like to thank the interviewees who provided their insights on the pilot project.

Input from the federal government’s Evaluation Division was provided by Robert Tkaczyk under the direction of the Environment Canada Evaluation Director, William Blois.

The evaluation was conducted by Stratos, Inc. in association with Alison Kerry.

 
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