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European shipowners call for clean affordable fuels for shipping before Parliament vote on trucks Carbon Dioxide standards

News from Brussels ECSA - 2023-11-16

Ahead of the plenary vote on Carbon Dioxide standards for heavy-duty vehicles, European shipowners highlight once more the urgent need to make clean affordable fuels available for shipping. …

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How LIFE is powering transport using green hydrogen

News from Brussels European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency - 2023-11-16

Road transportation is responsible for 21% of global carbon emissions, but hydrogen-powered vehicles can reduce them. …

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CJEU ombudsman proposes repeal of mandatory return rule

News from Brussels trans.info - 2023-11-15

The regulation was challenged several times before the CJEU by several EU Member States, who argued that the extra return journeys would undermine the EU’s climate change objectives. …

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EBU welcomes the Commission’s intention to boost shift towards sustainable modes by the proposed revision of the Combined Transport Directive CTD

News from Brussels European barge union - 2023-11-15

Inland waterway transport (IWT) is one of the modes designated and able to absorb higher shares of freight volumes on the European waterways. It is part of the solution to meet the sustainability goals and to keep Europe moving. …

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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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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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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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