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Carmakers get a pollution break after fierce lobbying in Brussels

News from Brussels POLITICO - 2022-10-20

The European Commission will likely not demand a dramatic reduction in pollution emitted by cars in its upcoming Euro 7 standard, according to draft legislation obtained by POLITICO. …

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Joint Statement – Short-term Measures Needed to Protect European Supply Chains from Unsustainable Energy Price Increases

News from Brussels UIRR - 2022-10-20

The functioning of European supply chains is being put at risk by increasing energy prices. …

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E-mobility: European Parliament infrastructure vote is step in right direction, auto makers say

News from Brussels ACEA - 2022-10-19

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) welcomes the European Parliament vote on the EU-wide roll-out of the charging and refuelling infrastructure needed to power zero-emission cars, vans, trucks and buses. …

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Car-recharging stations should be available every 60 km, say MEPs

News from Brussels European Parliament - 2022-10-19

To help the EU become climate neutral, MEPs want car-recharging stations every 60 km, hydrogen refuelling stations every 100 km and fewer emissions from ships. …

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How to increase the use of alternative fuels for cars

News from Brussels European Parliament - 2022-10-19

Find out about alternative fuels for cars and the EU measures to increase their uptake in order to reduce carbon emissions. …

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FuelEU Maritime deal lets shipping off the hook

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2022-10-17

Low targets, few incentives, and a myriad of exemptions have hollowed out the potential of FuelEU Maritime to kickstart the decarbonisation journey of a historically underregulated sector, argue Jutta Paulus and Ciarán Cuffe. …

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Winter is Coming: The auto industry faces significant risk exposure from the looming European energy crunch

News from Brussels S&P Global Mobility - 2022-10-11

With energy prices in Europe skyrocketing, placing business bottom lines in triage mode, a harsh winter could place certain automotive sectors at risk of being unable to keep their production lines running. …

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IRU welcomes Euro 7 rules for all vehicle technologies, but clarity needed

News from Brussels IRU - 2022-10-11

IRU cautiously welcomes the European Commission’s Euro 7 proposal to set more ambitious vehicle emission standards. …

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A strong auto industry has its place in Europe’s green and digital transformation

News from Brussels ACEA - 2022-10-11

On Thursday 6 October 2022, more than 150 auto industry experts and high-level stakeholders joined the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) autumn reception. …

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The European Parliament’s big opportunity to decarbonise shipping

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2022-10-10

The Fuel EU Maritime proposal is the EU's big chance to clean up a sector that has long been resistant to change. What needs to be done? …

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