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Climate neutral mobility: Defossilise energy and fuel, don’t ban technology
In the context of media coverage on emerging CO2-reduction targets for cars, says Sigrid de Vries, Secretary General of CLEPA, the association of automotive suppliers: “The steeper the target, wi...
17 Jun 2021 - Read more
Automotive suppliers highlight strategic role in EU semiconductor policy; shortages may be felt well into 2022
Disruptions in the supply chain of semiconductor chips have globally delayed the production of 500,000 vehicles  Effects may be felt further, well into 2022  Industry needs a stra...
17 Jun 2021 - Read more
CLEPA 2021 General Assembly re-elects President and confirms the association’s priorities
Thorsten Muschal (Faurecia), incumbent CLEPA President, was unanimously re-elected for a second term CLEPA addresses members after a turbulent year for industry, highlighting the trajectory g...
11 Jun 2021 - Read more
Extension of steel import restrictions into EU will hinder competitiveness of automotive suppliers and put jobs at risk
The European Commission's proposal to extend the steel safeguard mechanism by three years threatens to derail the automotive sector’s recovery  Automotive suppliers source most of their s...
11 Jun 2021 - Read more
Innovating, cooperating, and achieving a future with safer roads – Newsletter Editorial May 2021
This week marks the 6th annual Global Road Safety Week, a time for society to reflect and be educated on an often undervalued concept of daily life. Under the patronage of the UN World Health Organi...
20 May 2021 - Read more
Workshop on Vehicle Technologies for Connected, Cooperative & Automated Mobility
An online workshop organised by CLEPA and supported by ERTICO and VDI/VDE-IT next 16 June will focus on Vehicle Technologies for Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM), in the context...
20 May 2021 - Read more
Political debate around Digital Green Certificates continues as border restrictions ease
While vaccination campaigns against COVID-19 continue across Europe, the situation at the borders of Member states is looking better. Countries such as Portugal, Italy and the Netherlands are loosenin...
19 May 2021 - Read more
Renewable fuels make essential contribution towards climate neutrality
CLEPA, in collaboration with representatives of the automotive, transport, fuel, and energy industry in the EU, is supporting the call for renewable fuels to contribute towards climate neutrality an...
19 May 2021 - Read more
Data access regulation: Fair and equal access for all providers is key
Experts in the telecoms sector, automotive supply industry and data protection law shared their views on how the new EU regulation on data can ensure a competitive market in Europe, that includes al...
17 May 2021 - Read more
European Commission adopts Green Deal’s ambitious Zero Pollution Action Plan
The European Commission has adopted the EU Action Plan "Towards Zero Pollution for Air, Water and Soil", one of the most important measures approved within the policies of the European Green Deal...
12 May 2021 - Read more
The Automotive Skills Alliance launches two new communication channels
The Automotive Skills Alliance (ASA) continues to grow and has officially launched its social channels on Twitter and LinkedIn to provide updates on upcoming events and activities. Among the...
10 May 2021 - Read more
EU and India launch partnership on sustainable connectivity
The EU and India have concluded a comprehensive Connectivity Partnership, confirming their commitment to collaborate on supporting resilient and sustainable connectivity both in India and in third c...
08 May 2021 - Read more
Automotive suppliers work towards a carbon-neutral mobility, prioritising both human health and the environment
Safe manufacturing, use and proper disposal of vehicle parts are a high priority for automotive suppliers. The sustainability criteria are followed both for materials sourcing, and during the...
06 May 2021 - Read more
EU Industrial Strategy: In-depth review comes at the right time; building on existing technology strengths is essential
Commission sees automotive as one of the 14 critical ecosystems in the EU. Industrial policy should provide the right conditions to boost high-quality jobs and sustainable and safe mobili...
05 May 2021 - Read more
UN welcomes comments on the Decade of Action for Road Safety resolution
In August 2020, the UN General Assembly adopted resolution 74/299 "Improving global road safety", proclaiming the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030, with the ambitious target of preventing...
30 Apr 2021 - Read more
Smart and safe mobility: The time to come together and advance innovative data-based technologies is now – Newsletter Editorial April 2021
The spotlight in Brussels is on digital topics this week, with a proposal for regulating the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the EU and a three-day conference on connected and automated drivi...
22 Apr 2021 - Read more
European Investment Bank backs €3.4 billion for climate action, clean energy and business resilience
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has approved €3.4 billion in new financing to accelerate the shift towards renewable energy and sustainable transport, corporate innovation, improved housing,...
22 Apr 2021 - Read more
Artificial Intelligence Regulation: A coherent regulatory framework for automotive products is essential
The Commission put forward a legislative proposal today aimed at regulating artificial intelligence (AI) in the EU and fostering innovation in this fast-paced area. The proposal focuses on “high-r...
21 Apr 2021 - Read more
Connected and automated mobility at the core of European technology leadership
A wide range of mobility-technology industry representatives, city authorities and policymakers met during the 3-day EUCAD Conference to examine the next steps in the implementation of connectiv...
21 Apr 2021 - Read more
EC: Road safety figures show a fall in the number of fatalities and confirm European roads as the safest in the world
The European Commission published preliminary figures on road fatalities for 2020, presenting an unprecedented annual fall of 17% compared to 2019. This means almost 4,000 fewer people lost their li...
20 Apr 2021 - Read more
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