Joint letter: Alternative fuels infrastructure targets must be ambitious

May 3, 2022

Lowering the ambition of the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) could lead to a significant setback in achieving the objectives of the European Green Deal.

A joint letter to transport ministers from the 27 Member States of the EU and key European Parliament Rapporteurs calls for ambitious and timely targets for the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure.
In efforts to speed up the decarbonisation of EU road transport and the rapid adoption of zero-emissions vehicles, T&E, IRU, ACEA and Hydrogen Europe, are calling on EU Member States and the European Parliament to urgently agree on ambitious targets for electric recharging and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure.
The four organisations are concerned that targets set by the European Commission’s proposal for a regulation on alternative fuels infrastructure may be substantially weakened during the legislative process.

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