European cities and safety campaigners tell Commission to be ambitious in overhauling vehicle safety rulesSubmitted on: Tuesday, May 8, 2018 - 16:45
T&E, together with a coalition of safety campaigners and cities, has sent a letter to top officials in the European Commission urging them to be ambitious in the upcoming proposal to revise the General Safety Regulation.
Submitted on: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 - 06:52
A group of leading utilities, investors and NGOs have called on President Juncker to invest more money in zero-emission mobility and power generation when allocating the EU budget after 2020. Aviva Investors, 2 Degrees Investing, Eurelectric, Ocean Energy Europe, Mirova Investing, E3G, Greenway, Climate Bonds Initiative, Fastned and T&E demand future EU investment be focused on decarbonising the transport sector.
Submitted on: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 13:34
This Thursday (17 May) the European Commission is expected to refer Germany, France, the UK, Italy, Hungary, and Romania to the European Court of Justice for their failure to tackle repeated breaches of EU air quality limits. It is also expected to take Germany, the UK, and Luxembourg to court for failing to take action against the VW group cars with illegal defeat devices. This media advisory sets out the background to these infringement proceedings and why they matter.
Submitted on: Thursday, May 24, 2018 - 19:17
The EU is entering in the final round of negotiations on the REDII. One of the outstanding issues to be agreed between EU Parliament, the Council and Commission is palm oil biodiesel. In January 2018 the Parliament voted in favor of phasing out support to biodiesel based on palm oil as of 2021, which is a step in the right direction. However, this decision is being contested by the Council and also by the palm oil-producing countries - especially Malaysia and Indonesia.
Submitted on: Monday, May 28, 2018 - 11:31
The automotive industry plays a vital role in the economy of the EU and the UK, representing a significant part of exports and employing millions of people. However, the UK departure from the EU Single Market on 29 March 2019 could inflict profound harm to its automotive industry and, consequently, to its economy. This report analyses the consequences of Britain's departure from the EU for the automotive sectors in the UK and Europe.