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IRISS Project: CLEPA joins major EU initiative to accelerate the transition to safe and sustainable materials, products and processes
To ensure that materials are sustainable for humans and the environment, to increase recycling and use resources in a more efficient way, efforts are required from an early stage of design and manufac...
20 Jul 2022 - Read more
CLEPA DATA DIGEST #2 – EU’s export success story is not over (yet) | July 2022
Edition #2 – 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 What you will find...
19 Jul 2022 - Read more
Energy crisis and digitisation will be the focus of the Czech Presidency at the EU Council
As of today, the Czech Republic will preside over the Council of the European Union until 31 December 2022. The six-month Czech Presidency follows France, which led the Council in the first half of th...
01 Jul 2022 - Read more
Launch of the Automotive Regions Alliance strengthens industrial ecosystems
Under the EU Committee of the Regions (CoR), the Automotive Regions Alliance (ARA) has been created to support a fair and successful mobility transition for regions along the entire value chain,...
30 Jun 2022 - Read more
The Council vote on CO2 standards puts high responsibility on policymakers to support the transition – Statement from CLEPA’s Secretary General Sigrid de Vries
Brussels, 29 June - The Environment and Climate ministers of the 27 Members State met yesterday to deliberate on the Council of the European Union's general approach on CO2 emission standards for cars...
29 Jun 2022 - Read more
Stakes are high ahead of the Council decision on CO2 for cars and vans – Newsletter Editorial June 2022
It is illustrative and understandable that Member States are wrestling to find a compromise on the CO2 standards for cars and vans, just like the European Parliament did earlier this month. It’s...
27 Jun 2022 - Read more
WP.29 meeting discussed global safety assessment method and certification for autonomous vehicles
Last week the World Forum on Harmonisation of Vehicle Regulations of the United Nations – WP.29 – discussed the progresses in establishing the first set of globally harmonised standards for automa...
25 Jun 2022 - Read more
CLEPA advocates for a comprehensive framework on CO2 Standards for heavy-duty-vehicles
CLEPA has finalised the developing a position paper on CO2 standards for heavy-duty vehicles. The key messages that the automotive supply industry will promote are the need to have a comprehensive...
24 Jun 2022 - Read more
“The Polish reality is that meeting the ambitious goals of the Green Deal will be quite demanding” – A talk with Tomasz Bęben, Managing Director at SDCM 
  To have a deeper understanding of the realities and impact of the mobility transition on the auto supply industry in Poland, we met Tomasz Bęben, from SCDM—the Polish association for...
22 Jun 2022 - Read more
Open letter to EU governments on the importance of technology open CO2 standards for climate protection and mobility
Ahead of the Council discussion on CO2 emission reduction from cars and vans, the signatories of this letter urge you to agree on a legislation that allows the green transformation in our sector to be...
21 Jun 2022 - Read more
Forum for Mobility and Society meeting discussed how to ensure a fair and affordable transition towards climate neutral mobility
The Forum for Mobility and Society (FMS) met yesterday under Chatham House Rules to discuss the societal impacts of energy taxation and road pricing, alternatively fuelled vehicles, and the Social C...
16 Jun 2022 - Read more
Benjamin Krieger to become CLEPA’s Secretary General as of September 2022
CLEPA members firmly opt for strength and continuity to navigate challenging times for the sector Mr Krieger brings over 15 years of experience in EU affairs, the last four as CLEPA Head of G...
10 Jun 2022 - Read more
CLEPA publishes Report of Activities 2021-2022
Taking stoke of what a turbulent year has brought to the association, CLEPA has published its 2021-2022 Report of Activities, presenting an overview of the association's main priorities, actions and...
10 Jun 2022 - Read more
General Assembly 2022: CLEPA consolidates its role as proactive voice representing automotive suppliers
After two years of online meetings, CLEPA held an in-person General Assembly meeting in Brussels, welcoming more than 60 participants, representing 12 national associations and around 45 corporate a...
10 Jun 2022 - Read more
100% CO2 target discards technology options and puts jobs at risk – Statement from CLEPA’s Secretary General Sigrid de Vries
Strasbourg, 8 June – Today, a majority of the Members of the European Parliament approved the 100% target for the reduction of CO2 emission standards for new passenger cars and light-duty vehicles i...
08 Jun 2022 - Read more
Suppliers reiterate the need for an automotive-specific legislation on access to data
The aftermarket community gathered in Brussels with policymakers and other key EU stakeholders for the leading conference in its field Several legislative proposals defining the future of the...
03 Jun 2022 - Read more
Connectivity and data for innovation at centre of the ITS Congress in Toulouse
CLEPA participated in the 14th ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems) Congress organised by ERTICO from 30 May to 1 June in Toulouse, France. The event brought together all the relevant sustainable and s...
02 Jun 2022 - Read more
Sigrid de Vries, Secretary General, to leave CLEPA as of 31 August
  Ms Sigrid de Vries, Secretary General since 2017, is to leave CLEPA, the European Association of Automotive Suppliers, as of 31 August 2022 to pursue a new challenge in the automotive...
01 Jun 2022 - Read more
CLEPA DATA DIGEST – Cost pressures put EU’s private innovation stronghold at risk | June 2022
Edition #1 - DATA DIGEST is CLEPA's new monthly publication shedding light on the health and resilience of the European automotive supply industry through latest facts and figures What you will find...
31 May 2022 - Read more
Joint open letter on the need for technology openness to achieve CO2 emissions reduction from vehicles
Ahead of the Plenary vote on CO2 standards for new passenger cars and light-duty vans next week, CLEPA, together with 110+ other organisations and companies, signed a joint open letter to MEPs and M...
31 May 2022 - Read more
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