In September, the new CIVITAS and Horizon 2020 project GreenCharge kicked off in Trondheim (Norway).
Final compromise text approved by Coreper.
The EU is taking steps to reduce CO2 emissions of cars and vans. Under the revised rules, there will be stricter CO2 emission standards for new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. A provisional agreement reached by the Presidency and Parliament representatives on 17 December was endorsed by member states today.
The event will highlight and discuss with an interested audience the future challenges in an increasing digitalised Automotive Aftermarket. Participants include top speakers from the industry, European institutions and service providers, who will share their view on the latest trends in Aftermarket and mobility platforms.
This breakfast event will be an opportunity to present new research on the matter as well as to discuss the criteria related to high ILUC biofuels and low ILUC biofuels.
Indirect CO2, sector CRF 1A5 (mostly including emissions from military use) and sector 6 ‘other’ are not included in the graph and represented a combined 0.2 % of total GHG emissions in 2015. The red bars denote items not included in national GHG totals and therefore excluded from Kyoto targets. The sectoral aggregations in the top chart are: Energy supply: CRF 1A1 (energy industries) + 1B(fugitives); industry: CRF 1A2 (manufacturing industries and construction) + CRF 2 (industrial processes); transport: CRF 3; residential and commercial: CRF 1A4a (commercial) + CRF 1A4b (residential); agriculture: CRF 1A4c (agriculture, forestry and fishing) + CRF 3 (agriculture); waste: CRF 5 (waste); LULUCF: CRF 4 (LULUCF); international aviation, international shipping and CO2 biomass are Memorandum items not included in national totals.