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Electric charging industry and vehicle makers team up on e-mobility ecosystem development

News from Brussels ACEA - 2024-06-13

Collaboration across the e-mobility ecosystem is key to rapidly scaling up Europe’s electric vehicle (EV) transition. …

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EV tariffs alone will not deliver on the promise of the EU Green Deal

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2024-06-12

Just introducing tariffs while scrapping the 2035 cars law would be self defeating. …

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Commission investigation provisionally concludes that electric vehicle value chains in China benefit from unfair subsidies

News from Brussels European Commission - 2024-06-12

As part of its ongoing investigation, the Commission has provisionally concluded that the battery electric vehicles (BEV) value chain in China benefits from unfair subsidisation, which is causing a threat of economic …

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Tariffs might buy us time, but won’t reverse the threat to EU competitiveness

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2024-06-12

The European Commission today announced its provisional decision to increase tariffs on battery electric vehicles (BEVs) manufactured in China and exported into the European Union. …

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Heavy, dirty, tardy: Company car electrification lagging behind private market for third year in a row

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2024-06-11

Electrification in the company car market lags behind - particularly in Europe’s biggest car markets France and Germany, a new report by green group Transport & Environment (T&E) finds. …

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European Transport Workers’ Federation Statement on the European Elections

News from Brussels ETF: European Transport Worker's Federation - 2024-06-10

Despite democratic forces in the European Parliament maintaining a majority, the significant growth of the far right is deeply troubling for workers across Europe. …

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New data: CO2 emissions from new cars and vans further decrease as electric vehicle sales grow in Europe

News from Brussels European Environment Agency - 2024-06-10

Average CO2 emissions from all new cars registered in Europe in 2023 continued to decrease and were 1.4% lower than in 2022, according to new provisional data published on 10 June 2024 by the European Environment Agency. …

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Carmakers' EV investments: Is Europe falling behind?

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2024-06-06

T&E looks at the EV, battery and charging investment announcements by carmakers to analyse which regions and carmakers are winning when it comes to EV investments. …

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Europe far behind North America in securing EV investments

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2024-06-06

With uncertainty over its 2035 zero-emission car target and a weak industrial policy, Europe is proving less attractive to electric vehicle manufacturers. …

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It’s governments’ turn to prepare for the green trucking revolution

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2024-06-04

The new truck CO2 law provides investment certainty for Europe's trucking industry to go zero emissions. EU member states now need to get the charging and grid infrastructure ready for what's coming. …

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