Today the Task Force on Subsidiarity, Proportionality and ‘Doing Less, More Efficiently’, chaired by First Vice-President Timmermans, handed over its final report to Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
The European Court of Auditors (ECA) will publish a briefing paper on the proposal for the 2021-2027 Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) by the European Commission on TUESDAY 10 JULY 2018.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a EUR 100m loan with Grupo Antolin to finance its RDI strategy. The EIB support will enable the multinational company to develop innovative solutions for automotive interiors giving it a competitive edge and helping to design safer vehicles that are also more comfortable, environmentally friendly and technologically advanced.
Over 120 policymakers, experts, regulators and disruptors cross-cutting sectors such as transport, tech, telecommunication, energy will gather for a full-day, highly-interactive Summit in Brussels. High-level interviews, discussions and breakout sessions will be led by POLITICO’s journalists.
The study revealed that there is a strong and growing demand for fuel cell buses in cities across Europe, and that some bus manufacturers and hydrogen suppliers have a desire to push the market into a commercial phase. Evidence from several European bus manufacturers suggests that significant further cost reductions are possible at a scale of production of several hundred fuel cell buses per manufacturer per year.
In a vote on Wednesday, the Full House rejected Transport Committee amendments to the proposals on updating drivers’ rest time rules, cabotage and posting of drivers and referred them back to the committee for further consideration, in accordance with Rule 59(4) of Parliament’s rules of procedure.
Update – the withdrawal of the proposals have been published in the Official Journal.