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The Automotive Skills Alliance and European Battery Alliance Academy join forces to foster the upskilling of the automotive workforce
A Memorandum of Understanding between the Automotive Skills Alliance (ASA) and European Battery Alliance Academy (EBAA) was signed on 21 November in Brussels. The new partnership aims to create a sing...
25 Nov 2022 - Read more
CLEPA DATA DIGEST #4 – Electrification reshaping the automotive supply industry
Edition #4 – DATA DIGEST is CLEPA’s monthly publication shedding light on the health and resilience of the European automotive supply industry through latest facts and figures W...
22 Nov 2022 - Read more
Euro 7 proposal: A significant step towards higher ambition, but technical challenges a concern
CLEPA supports a sensible further development of pollutant emission standards. Automotive suppliers are committed to sustainable mobility, to improved air quality and public health. The Euro...
10 Nov 2022 - Read more
Joint letter of the EU industry: European Energy Taxation should reflect the climate impact of energy carriers
The signatories of this letter welcome the initiative of the European Commission for the long overdue recast of the Energy Taxation Directive (ETD). Such framework is key to reach the objective of t...
09 Nov 2022 - Read more
Data Act is important but has to be complemented soon by sector-specific legislation on access to in-vehicle data, functions and resources
A delay of a sector-specific legislation risks further reducing competitiveness and limits consumer choice  The horizontal Data Act is a relevant regulation to ensure a more level playing f...
08 Nov 2022 - Read more
The success of the Green Deal is directly linked to European competitiveness | Newsletter Editorial November 2022
The mild October temperatures provided some relief in Europe to cope with the energy crisis, but the predictions for the coming winter and next year leave little room for optimism: continued suppl...
02 Nov 2022 - Read more
Commission to publish new Euro7 proposal on vehicle emissions next week 
The publication of the European Commission’s proposal for Euro 7 regulation concerning the next stage of vehicle pollutant emissions is expected 9 November. CLEPA supports a sensible further develop...
31 Oct 2022 - Read more
Trilogue on CO2 standards concluded: 100% target requires matching ambition for charging and refuelling infrastructure and a thorough review
The European Commission, the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament reached an agreement in Trilogue on CO2 emission standards for cars and vans. The co-legislators confirmed the 10...
27 Oct 2022 - Read more
Connected Cooperative Automated Mobility Association meeting discusses R&I priorities at EU level
The Association of the European R&I Partnership for Connected Cooperative Automated Mobility (CCAM) held a ‘Multi-cluster’ workshop in Brussels on 25 October. The event was well attended by re...
27 Oct 2022 - Read more
Commission’s new supply chain regulation should refrain from prioritisation of production orders
The European Commission’s proposal for a Single Market Emergency Instrument seeks to better protect free movement of people, services, and goods in crisis situations. It will furthermore provide the...
26 Oct 2022 - Read more
Automotive suppliers’ profits continue to drop amid rising costs, putting the ecosystem at risk – September 2022 Pulse Check results
• Sentiment among automotive suppliers drops to historic lows • Energy and other cost pressures are impacting operational profitability • Despite challenges, the automotive supply industry r...
26 Oct 2022 - Read more
CO2 standards trilogue: Urgent need for inclusion of a Just Transition framework for Europe’s automotive workforce
Next week it is anticipated that the trilogue on the revision of EU CO2 standards for cars and vans will conclude. As industry, trade unions, employers and environmental organisations, we have been jo...
21 Oct 2022 - Read more
Energy crisis: Impact on competitiveness of EU auto sector – Joint statement from the European automotive ecosystem
Auto sector: a backbone of the EU economy The automotive sector and its whole value chain is a backbone of the European economy. It represents: Jobs for 13 million Europeans 11.5% of EU man...
21 Oct 2022 - Read more
CLEPA supports EU efforts to end discriminatory US subsidies for electric vehicles
The EU and United States established a dedicated task force to discuss provisions in the US Inflation Reduction Act (US-IRA) that exclude EU-manufactured green goods from subsidies, including electric...
20 Oct 2022 - Read more
Automotive R&D community gathered for EARPA’s 20th anniversary
On 19 October, EARPA, the association of automotive R&D organisations, celebrated their 20th Anniversary with an event in Brussels, providing an opportunity to assess what has been achieved over t...
20 Oct 2022 - Read more
4th edition of the largest European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving will be held on 3 and 4 May 2023
The European Commission, together with the European Partnership on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM) and the FAME project co-organise the 4th European Conference on Connected an...
18 Oct 2022 - Read more
New technologies for green and digital mobility take first prize at the CLEPA Innovation Awards 2022
• CLEPA has awarded cutting-edge technologies driving forward smart, clean, and sustainable mobility • The winning applications provide enormous contributions in two main domains: Smart & S...
14 Oct 2022 - Read more
CLEPA and ACEA join with Auto-ISAC on motor vehicle cybersecurity
Brussels – The Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC) announces a formal collaboration with the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) and the European Assoc...
12 Oct 2022 - Read more
CLEPA to be part of MODI project on Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility solutions for real-logistics operations
The European Commission, through the Horizon Europe framework program, has awarded a funding grant of € 23 Million for a total budget of approximately € 28 Million, and a 29-partner strong consort...
05 Oct 2022 - Read more
Next Motor Vehicle Block Exemption Regulation to expand duration and recognise access to data element
The Motor Vehicle Block Exemption Regulation (MVBER) is essential to the automotive aftermarket sector, as it legally secures suppliers’ ability to sell spare parts to authorised repairers, independ...
03 Oct 2022 - Read more
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