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Route 35 kick-off meeting: EU initiative to green automotive industry

News from Brussels IRU - 2022-12-20

IRU joined a group of key stakeholders invited by the European Internal Market Commissioner, Thierry Breton, to set concrete key performance indicators (KPIs) for a clean and competitive transformation of the EU’s automotive ecosystem. …

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CLEPA Data Dugest #5 – Q3 of 2022 marks growth: A little breather, but climb remains steep

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2022-12-20

July to September figures better than expected …

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EU reaches deal on critical climate policy after marathon talks

News from Brussels POLITICO - 2022-12-18

A major overhaul of the bloc’s flagship carbon market and a brand new fund to protect vulnerable people from rising CO2 costs were agreed on by EU negotiators in the early hours of Sunday 18 December as part of a “jumbo …

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New website for the European Hydrogen Refueling Station Availability System

News from Brussels Clean Hydrogen Partnership - 2022-12-16

The recently launched website includes a real-time information system on the availability of hydrogen refuelling stations in Europe and a common data repository framework for static informa …

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Position paper – Review of the Weights and Dimensions Directive

News from Brussels ACEA - 2022-12-14

The European Commission plans to revise Council Directive 96/53/EC on the maximum weights and dimensions of heavy-duty vehicles (‘Weights and Dimensions Directive’) with the aim of aligning it with targets set for the reduction of greenh …

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Building a Just Transition to smart and sustainable mobility

News from Brussels European Transport Workers' Federation - 2022-12-13

Workers in vehicle manufacturing and transport join forces in a newly launched project. ‘JT 4 Mobility’ explores the social consequences of decarbonising transport and pathways towards a Just Transition for workers across the mobili …

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EU passes law to make electric car batteries cleaner

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2022-12-12

The impact of electric vehicle batteries on the environment and communities is set to significantly improve under a new law agreed by EU lawmakers on Friday. …

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Call to Energy Ministers: railways must thrive to keep EU Green Deal aims alive

News from Brussels CER: The Voice of European Railways - 2022-12-12

As European leaders continue to work together on additional measures to tackle the energy crisis, energy prices remain volatile on the markets. …

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Hydrogen infrastructure: more ambition needed

News from Brussels ACEA - 2022-12-12

Hydrogen Europe and the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) have signed a joint letter to EU member states expressing their concerns on the current state of discussions on the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation …

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Hyundai Motor Company joins the ITF Corporate Partnership Board

News from Brussels International Transport Forum - 2022-12-09

Hyundai Motor Company, one of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers, has joined the Corporate Partnership Board of the International Transport Forum. …

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Due to a technical issue related to the war in Ukraine, our ECG News website was not operational. We drafted a temporary page so that we keep publishing articles while we were working on creating a new ECG News website. You may find on this temporary page ‘ECG News archive’ articles from 25 May until 5 August 2022.