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EU set to weaken Euro 7 pollution standards after parliament vote

News from Brussels Automotive News Europe - 2023-11-09

The European Parliament has approved its negotiating position for the Euro 7 pollution rules, adopting a position that is less ambitious than the original proposal following pressure from countries and automakers. …

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Undercover investigation: Leasing companies push customers to opt for fossil and hybrid cars in France

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-11-09

In France, leasing companies aren’t advising their customers to switch to battery electric vehicles (BEVs), despite claiming to be green mobility leaders and supporting their clients to switch to zero emission technologies. …

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Euro 7 Parliament vote: auto industry calls on policy makers to let realism prevail

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-11-09

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) acknowledges that the European Parliament voted for a more realistic approach to Euro 7, compared to what the European Commission put forward last year. …

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Europe must democratise the electric car for the 80%

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-11-09

Less than a month ago, Executive Vice-President Šefčovič and Commissioner Wopke Hoekstra  committed to a minus 90% emissions cut by 2040. …

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New combined transport proposal could harm efficient intermodal cooperation

News from Brussels IRU - 2023-11-08

The European Commission has proposed a fundamental overhaul of the current legal framework for combined transport. …

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Unique opportunity offered by revision of Combined Transport Directive must not be wasted

News from Brussels CER: The Voice of European Railways - 2023-11-08

In particular, CER insists that additional provisions aimed at reducing red tape in State aid procedures for combined transport operations can play a decisive role. This revision must not miss a unique opportunity. …

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Logistics associations say Germany must improve conditions to enable climate neutral road freight

News from Brussels Clean Energy Wire - 2023-11-08

The German road freight sector’s shift towards climate neutrality is being complicated by framework conditions, a group of industry associations and lorry producers have warned in a joint statement. …

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Conservatives are putting cars before people: We cannot let that happen

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-11-08

Member of the European Parliament Christel Schaldemose is with the centre-left S&D group. …

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European freight rates Q3 2023: Contract rates rally as spot rates continue to fall

News from Brussels IRU - 2023-11-07

Q3 2023 sees the spot index move further below the contract index. This now means spot rates are closer to their base level (2017 Q1) than contract rates. …

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Commission adopts new proposal on combining transport modes for more sustainable freight

News from Brussels European Commission - 2023-11-07

Today's proposal on combined transport aims to make freight transport more sustainable by improving the competitiveness of intermodal freight – the transportation of goods using two or more transport modes – vis-à-vis< …

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