New European Union emissions rules for vehicles have been put on hold or are being delayed, EU sources and campaigners said, citing pressure from the hard pressed auto industry.
A plan published last week to prop up the European auto sector made no mention of carbon regulations for heavy goods vehicles or carbon dioxide labeling to guide consumer choice, which had been flagge...
14 Nov 2012 - Read more
CARS 2020: for a strong, competitive and sustainable European car industry
With 12 million sector-related jobs the automotive industry is vital for Europe's prosperity and job creation. The EU needs to maintain a world-class car industry, producing the most energy efficient...
08 Nov 2012 - Read more
SMEs to get special research budget, but how much is unclear
EU ministers with research portfolios have agreed new funding procedures for SMEs so that they can more easily access funds from the EU’s next framework programme for research – called Horizon 202...
26 Oct 2012 - Read more
Towards faster deployment of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in Europe
Progress in implementing intelligent transport systems is being discussed today in Vienna, at the annual ITS conference organised by the European Commission, and officially opened by Vice-President Si...
22 Oct 2012 - Read more
Rules of participation on Research Council agenda
The member states’ ministers in charge of research meet on 10 October in Luxembourg and are likely to approve the main points of two draft regulations in the framework of Horizon 2020, the future R&...
10 Oct 2012 - Read more
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