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Industry is investing in green innovation, but sustaining such investments is not going to be easy

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2023-10-30

CLEPA’s own research on sustainability reports reveals that suppliers are adopting green and circular strategies throughout their value chains. …

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The weights and dimensions law is crucial to accelerating zero-emission truck sales

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-10-27

In July 2023, the European Commission published the ‘Greening Freight Transport’ package, with the aim of making freight transport more sustainable. Trucks play a major role in EU road transport emissions. …

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EU focus on electric vehicles favours the rich, says ethanol industry

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-10-26

Speaking at a Euractiv event on EU biofuels policy, David Carpintero, the director general of ethanol trade association ePURE, said lawmakers should consider which of the emissions-reduction solutions is “the most socially inclu …

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Auto industry leaders call for urgent action as EU-UK electric vehicle trade rules to hit cliff-edge deadline

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-10-25

With around two months to go until the current rules of origin (ROO) in the EU-UK trade and cooperation agreement (TCA) expire, European automotive leaders have stepped up their joint call for a three-year extension to existing rules. …

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Council backs intelligent systems deployment, EU states must now step up

News from Brussels IRU - 2023-10-25

The Council has adopted the version of the ITS Directive negotiated by the Council Presidency and the European Parliament. The decision follows the endorsement of the European Parliament’s plenary earlier this month. …

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Biofuels industry criticises ‘inconsistent’ transport decarbonisation policy

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-10-25

This differing approach to the green credentials of first-generation biofuels across EU legislation has drawn criticism from industry. …

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CO2 targets unachievable without enabling conditions, warn European truck and bus manufacturers

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-10-24

Reacting to the European Parliament’s environment committee (ENVI) position, European truck and bus manufacturers voiced concern that targets may express ambition on paper but are unachievable in reality. …

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Heavy-duty vehicles urgently require regulatory update that boosts their data market potential

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2023-10-24

CLEPA, together with other independent service providers, has published a position paper calling for a revision of the Type approval regulation that maximises the potential of the data market for heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs). …

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Leading EU committee supports near phase-out of diesel trucks

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-10-24

The EU Parliament environment committee has backed the European Commission’s plans to slash emissions from heavy-duty vehicles. MEPs voted for targets to cut the average emissions of new freight trucks by 45% in 2030 and 90% in 2040. …

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Threat of higher fuel prices resurrects Yellow Vest fears

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-10-24

A recent analysis suggests that the EU’s carbon market for road transport and buildings (known as ETS 2) may see prices rise far above the €45 promised by the European Commission, provoking fears that protests against fuel price hik …

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