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Brussels and Berlin strike deal on 2035 combustion-engine ban

News from Brussels POLITICO - 2023-03-25

The European Commission and Germany announced a deal 2023 March 25 morning that will allow the continued sale of combustion-engine cars running exclusively on synthetic e-fuels even after legislation comes into force mandating …

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CO2 standards: CLEPA urges policymakers to embrace technology diversity for a successful mobility transition

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2023-03-24

As the European Council prepares to finalise its position on CO2 standards for cars and vans, CLEPA, the European Association of Automotive Suppliers, reaffirms its commitment to a balanced and technology-open approach that promotes affo …

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Will biofuels have a role in EU transport decarbonisation?

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-03-24

Contrary to countries outside Europe, such as Brazil and India, who are scaling up the production of biofuels to decarbonise transport, the European Commission has decided to gradually phase out biofuels, citing environmental concerns. …

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EU agrees to the world’s first green shipping fuel requirement

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-03-23

The EU confirmed the world’s first green shipping fuels law on 2023 March 23. …

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Germany rejects Commission’s proposal for ending car engine impasse

News from Brussels Politico - 2023-03-23

The German government is threatening to continue its blockade of EU green legislation unless the European Commission finds a way to allow combustion engine cars running on synthetic e-fuels to be sold post-2035. …

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Transport and logistics in Europe pushed to beef-up cybersecurity

News from Brussels The Load Star - 2023-03-23

New EU laws next year will see major parts of the transport and logistics industry forced to boost their cybersecurity – and report all cyber-attacks. …

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European Green Deal: Agreement reached on cutting maritime transport emissions by promoting sustainable fuels for shipping

News from Brussels European Commission - 2023-03-23

The Commission welcomes the political agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Council that increases the maritime transport sector's contribution to reaching the EU-wide target of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions b …

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Over €200 to fill up a car – the cost of Germany’s bid to keep combustion engines

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-03-23

Olaf Scholz’s support for e-fuels in new cars could leave the average German driver paying €210 to fill up their tank, new analysis shows. …

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Motorheads crash into EU leaders’ summit

News from Brussels POLITICO - 2023-03-23

Olaf Scholz arrived on 23 March 2023 in Brussels proclaiming the EU had made a “promise” and must keep it. Hours later, the EU clapped back, essentially saying the German chancellor was lying.  …

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Safe and effective rail operations - Social partners approve joint recommendation for the revision of the Train Drivers Directive

News from Brussels CER: The Voice of European Railways - 2023-03-23

On 2023 March 23, at an extraordinary meeting of the Sectoral Social Dialogue the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), representing railway sector employers, and the European Transport Workers' Federation (ET …

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