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Factbox: How U.S. electric vehicle subsidy rules impact Europe

Automotive Industry Reuters - 2023-03-30

The U.S. …

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Ford to keep Saarlouis plant open to 2032

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-03-30

Ford's European leadership has agreed to keep open the automaker's factory in Saarlouis, Germany, beyond its previous cut-off date of 2025, with a much-reduced workforce. …

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UK to invest over £380 million in charging infrastructure

Automotive Industry - 2023-03-30

The British government has announced an additional investment of more than £380m in the development of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles as part of a major energy package. …

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Small steps forward in EU alternative fuel infrastructure deal

News from Brussels IRU - 2023-03-29

IRU has welcomed the provisional agreement reached between the Council, European Commission and Parliament on the alternative fuels infrastructure regulation (AFIR). …

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“Now is not the time to bring back the HGV levy,” says RHA

Land transportation - 2023-03-29

The UK government has announced the reintroduction of the HGV levy in 2023 August, as part of the 2023 Spring Budget. …

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Getting rail freight on the right track

News from Brussels CER: The Voice of European Railways - 2023-03-29

On Wednesday 29 March 2023, Karima Delli, chairwoman of the transport and tourism committee (TRAN) of the European Parliament, Josef Doppelbauer, the Executive Director of the European Union Agency for Railways, Conor Feighan, the Secret …

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Tavares: E-fuels will not affect industry's EV shift

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-03-29

Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares said that e-fuels, which have received an exemption from policymakers in Brussels to the EU’s 2035 zero-emissions target for new cars, will not “significantly” change the trajectory o …

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Germany doubles truck tolls and invests billions in railways

Land transportation - 2023-03-29

Despite the German transport minister Volker Wissing being a pro-road investments advocate for some months, the federal committee engaged with the ‘modernisation package for climate protection and planning acceleration’ decided …

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Commission unwilling to adopt all suggestions of ECA intermodal report

News from Brussels - 2023-03-29

The EU Commission responded swiftly to the European Court of Auditors’ report on intermodal transport and the share of rail freight. …

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EU reaches deal to roll out charging points across bloc

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-03-28

European Union negotiators agreed to roll out electric and hydrogen charging points across the region over the next few years in a bid to help spur the transition away from the combustion engine. …

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