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Joint letter of the EU industry: European Energy Taxation should reflect the climate impact of energy carriers

News from Brussels CLEPA - 2022-11-09

The signatories of this letter welcome the initiative of the European Commission for the long overdue recast of the Energy Taxation Directive (ETD). …

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RED III: EU shipowners call for fuel supply requirements to align with FuelEU

News from Brussels ECSA - 2022-11-09

As the trilogue negotiations on the revision of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED III) are progressing, ECSA calls on the Parliament and the Council to ensure that the requirements on fuel suppliers in RED III match the requirements pl …

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‘Fit for 55’: EU strengthens emission reduction targets for member states

News from Brussels Council of the EU - 2022-11-08

The Council of the EU and the European Parliament today reached a provisional political agreement on stronger emission reduction targets for member states under the so-called effort-sharing regulation. …

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Fact sheet: ‘Euro’ pollutant emission standards

News from Brussels ACEA - 2022-11-07

The EU automobile industry has invested heavily in complex exhaust control technology to deliver vehicles which go beyond today’s stringent emission standards. …

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Continuously open call for applications for the selection of members of the expert group 'Single European Railway Area Forum'

News from Brussels European Commission - 2022-11-07

On 2 August 2016, the European Commission’s Directorate-General Mobility and Transport set up the Commission Expert Group on Rail Market Access in order to advise the Commission during the preparation of legislative acts as envisaged by& …

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Top EU commissioner calls for ‘no taboos’ review of 2035 car ban

News from Brussels POLITICO - 2022-11-04

The EU could still hit the brakes on its plan to phase out sales of polluting cars by 2035 if the market for electric vehicles doesn't take off in time, according to Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton. …

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EVs energise new car market but chargepoint rollout must accelerate

News from Brussels SMMT - 2022-11-04

The UK new car market recorded a third month of growth in October, with registrations rising by more than a quarter (26.4%) to 134,344 units, according to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). …

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EU ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2035 explained

News from Brussels European Parliament - 2022-11-03

To reach its climate neutrality goal by 2050, the EU is taking action to reduce emissions from cars as road transport accounts for one fifth of the EU’s CO2 emissions. In June 2022, Parliament backed the European Commissio …

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Advanced biofuels are essential to transport’s green transformation

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2022-11-03

Advanced biofuels made from waste products do not impact land use, making them an ideal means to decarbonise the current vehicle fleet, as well as transport modes unsuited to electrification, writes Nicholas Ball (Dr Nicholas Ball is the …

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European road freight rates soften after hitting another all-time high in Q3

News from Brussels IRU - 2022-11-03

Diesel prices, driver shortages and drought in Europe have all played a significant role to push average European road freight rates up again in Q3 despite lower consumer spending. …

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