The European Commission still plans to issue its strategy on alternative fuels this year, transport commissioner Siim Kallas said at a debate in Brussels on Monday. The plan will set targets for electricity, gas and hydrogen infrastructure.
Member states and businesses are the main players in this area but the EU executive can also make a contribution, Mr Kallas said. The commission wants to avoid any further fragmentation of the European transport market.
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