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First RLCF workshop: recent developments and projects to boost production and supply of renewable and low-carbon fuels

News from Brussels European Commission - 2023-04-04

Some 200 members of the Renewa …

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Women in the port and maritime sector, why not?

News from Brussels ETF: European Transport Worker's Federation - 2023-04-03

Under this slogan, the work carried out by women in the port sector will be at the centre of a vast project launched by the Municipality of Livorno in cooperation with many stakeholders from the port and maritime sectors. …

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Car services groups warn of unfair competition as EU data plan stalls

News from Brussels Reuters - 2023-04-02

Car services groups on 2023 March 31 warned a stalled EU proposal to ensure fair access to valuable vehicle data could pave the way for unfair competition from U.S. and Chinese tech companies. …

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The big e-fuel lie

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-03-31

And so, after weeks of drama, the e-fuels saga has ended. Although the FDP and its engine acolytes were quick to declare victory, in reality the 100% zero-emission goal was adopted without changes. …

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Joint Statement – ECSA and ICS warmly welcome EU decision to recognise training and certification of Filipino seafarers

News from Brussels International Chamber of Shipping - 2023-03-31

The European Commission decided today to continue to recognise the Philippines’ training and certification system. …

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Immediate action needed to unleash Europe’s connected car potential

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2023-03-31

A unique and broad alliance of consumer groups, automotive suppliers, leasing and rental industries, aftermarket operators, vehicle dealers, authorised and independent workshops, data publishers, and insurers have joined forces to call o …

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Transport MEPs to visit Italy

News from Brussels European Parliament - 2023-03-31

A delegation of Committee on Transport and Tourism, led by its chair Karima Delli, will visit Genoa and Florence (Italy) on 2023 April 3-5, to take stock of trans-European projects development. …

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U.S., EU lawmakers feel cut out of Biden’s electric vehicle trade agenda

News from Brussels POLITICO - 2023-03-31

The United States and European Union are racing to settle their dispute over tax credits for electric vehicles, but their attempted fix is creating new problems for each of them back home. …

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Main conclusions of the sectoral consultation on the future crewing standards

News from Brussels ETF: European Transport Worker's Federation - 2023-03-31

More than 90 participants (employers and employees) took part in the second sectoral consultation on the future European standards relating to crews, which took place on 2022 December 14. …

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Position paper – Review of CO2 emission standards regulation for heavy-duty vehicles

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-03-30

In this paper, ACEA sets out the industry’s key messages on the proposed review of the regulation on CO2 reduction targets for heavy-duty vehicles, published by the European Commission in 2023 February. …

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