A European regime for controlling the CO2 emissions and fuel consumption of new buses and lorries moved a step closer late on Friday when national representatives agreed rules on a centralised monitoring and reporting system.
“This was a swift agreement with full support of all member states and we hope the Council and the Parliament will be able to start negotiations early next year,” said Siim Kiisler, environment minister of current EU presidency holder Estonia.
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