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Government welcomes ECJ AG’s opinion on return of vehicle rule in EU Mobility Package

News from Brussels Malta Today - 2023-11-14

Government has welcomed the Advocate General’s opinion in European Court of Justice to annul the ‘return of vehicle’ rule in the Mobility Package. …

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The EU must get certification schemes right for critical raw materials

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-11-13

Ahead of negotiations to finalise the EU’s Critical Raw Materials Act, 15 NGOs have written to EU lawmakers to stress the critical importance of certification schemes. …

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Decarbonizing heavy-duty can’t be only based on an early-stage technology

News from Brussels POLITICO - 2023-11-13

On November 21, 2023, the plenary vote for Carbon Dioxide emission standards for heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) will take place in …

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Press Release - Ambitious Track Access Charges Policy Needed to Reach Green Deal and Modal Shift Objectives

News from Brussels ERFA - 2023-11-10

For rail freight to be able to meet the modal shift objectives of increasing rail freight volumes by 50% by 2030 and doubling volumes by 2050 , it needs to be cost competitive with other modes of transport, particularly road. …

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China commerce minister discusses trade ties, EVs and other issues with EU's Breton

News from Brussels Automotive News Europe - 2023-11-10

China's Commerce Minister Wang Wentao had "in-depth" discussions with the EU's industry chief Thierry Breton on China-EU trade relations, electric vehicles, 5G, supply chain and other topics on Friday. …

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Alternative fuels proposal threatens ambitious truck emission standards

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-11-10

May you live in interesting times is an expression that can be interpreted as both a blessing and a curse. The regulation of Europe’s trucking sector emissions warrants the blessing of the expression well. …

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Europe must democratise the electric car for the 80%

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-11-09

Less than a month ago, Executive Vice-President Šefčovič and Commissioner Wopke Hoekstra  committed to a minus 90% emissions cut by 2040. …

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EU set to weaken Euro 7 pollution standards after parliament vote

News from Brussels Automotive News Europe - 2023-11-09

The European Parliament has approved its negotiating position for the Euro 7 pollution rules, adopting a position that is less ambitious than the original proposal following pressure from countries and automakers. …

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Undercover investigation: Leasing companies push customers to opt for fossil and hybrid cars in France

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-11-09

In France, leasing companies aren’t advising their customers to switch to battery electric vehicles (BEVs), despite claiming to be green mobility leaders and supporting their clients to switch to zero emission technologies. …

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Euro 7 Parliament vote: auto industry calls on policy makers to let realism prevail

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-11-09

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) acknowledges that the European Parliament voted for a more realistic approach to Euro 7, compared to what the European Commission put forward last year. …

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