CO2 Standards for Light Duty Vehicles: High Octane Fuels to Play Major Role in Reaching EU Clean Mobility Targets

9 NOVEMBER 2017, BRUSSELS: The European Fuel Oxygenates Association (EFOA) welcomes the proposal for revised CO2 standards for new passenger cars and for new light commercial vehicles published by the European Commission, as it marks an important step towards greener mobility in Europe. The Commission’s Impact Assessment recognises that around 95% of vehicles on Europe's roads still have an internal combustion engine (ICEs), which means that upgrading ICEs and improving the quality of fuels will offer significant benefits.

EFOA - European Fuel Oxygenates Association

International Interns Day + Transparency at Work

I’m sure the International Interns Day has been marked in your calendar for some time already, but here’s a friendly reminder that it is coming up this Friday 10 November.

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The left needs to shape the robot revolution

Brussels, 9 November 2017

S&D Group MEPs met with experts from academia, industry and civil society to discuss the effects of the robot revolution on Europe. The conference followed the adoption of the European Parliament’s first ever report on robots earlier this year.

S&D Group Vice-President responsible for digital policy Josef Weidenholzer said:

Nutrition in cancer care – more important than you think!


New paper helps directors understand financial reporting obligations





A new guidance paper has been released to help directors better understand and meet their obligations when it comes to financial reporting.

S&Ds regret Commission's lack of ambition on the Mobility Package

Brussels, 8 November 2017

The second set of proposals for the Mobility Package presented today by the European Commission lacks ambition regarding C02 targets for cars and vans, according to the Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament.
The new plan includes a carbon-emissions-reduction target for passenger vehicles – cars and vans – of 15% by 2025 and 30% by 2030 compared to 2021 levels.

European automotive suppliers urge legislator to opt for ‘European way’ in reducing CO2 emissions from cars and light-duty vehicles





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