Some contend fuels standards won’t continue beyond 2020.
BRUSSELS – The ACEA, the European automakers association based here, is lobbying for the continuation of current fuels standards after 2020, when a European Union law on fuel quality could be weakened or scrapped. Concerns were raised in January with the release of a European Commission green paper that proposes new energy targets for 2030 designed to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. A key element in the proposal is the increased independence EU’s 28 member states would have in ...
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