China-EU plan for greener freight transport 'silk road'
Claudia Delpero, 19 Jan 2018
China's plan for a modern “silk road” of railways, ports and other facilities linking Asia with Europe could help reduce CO2 emissions arising from freight transport between Asia and the EU
100 natural gas vehicle stations to be built in France
Neil Roberts, 15 Jan 2018
One hundred new natural-gas vehicle filling stations will be built across France, the government has announced, as part of its commitment to support the sector with the energy transition
EP urged to keep 7% crop-based biofuels cap
Liz Gyekye, 15 Jan 2018
Bioethanol lobby group Epure has called on the European Parliament to retain a 7% cap on crop-based biofuels post-2020 ahead of a vote on reforms to RED this week
EU backs renewable gas transport project in Ireland
Liz Gyekye, 12 Jan 2018
Ireland’s gas grid operator and research institute NUI Galway have secured EU funding for a renewable gas-based project to lead what they call a “transport revolution” in the country
Pollution charges 'must apply to all EU road tolls'
Neil Roberts, 11 Jan 2018
All road tolls should include charges to cover external costs related to congestion, air pollution and noise, an environment committee report has said
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