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EC: Eurobarometer survey shows support for sustainability and data sharing
Europeans want their digital devices to be easier to repair or recycle and are willing to share their personal information to improve public services, as a special Eurobarometer survey shows. The s...
05 Mar 2020 - Read more
CLEPA PR on the Climate Law: “Long-term planning essential, regular check against delivery too”
The Commission adopted yesterday the proposal for a Climate Law, containing the “binding objective of climate neutrality in the Union by 2050”, the right for the Commission to adopt the post 2030...
05 Mar 2020 - Read more
CLEPA fully committed to support the European Commission’s Circular Plastics Alliance Automotive Group in 2020
Society’s awareness on environmental protection is increasing and so is the demand on highly efficient vehicles. The safe handling and proper disposal of components, parts and systems is a high prio...
03 Mar 2020 - Read more
DRIVES Project: High-level conference on the main trends for skills development in the EU’s automotive sector
About this Event   The automotive industry is a strategic sector and has long been key to the creation of jobs across Europe. Today, the sector is experiencing a profound transition, driv...
02 Mar 2020 - Read more
CLEPA Innovation Awards 2020: Call for applications now open!
CLEPA Innovation Awards in fifth edition to celebrate innovative solutions and forward-thinking examples of mobility technology   Competition now open to companies and other organi...
02 Mar 2020 - Read more
CLEPA Position Paper on EU-UK FTA: For an integrated and competitive European automotive industry
Executive Summary January 2020 marked the end of the UK’s membership of the EU and the start of unique and unprecedented trade negotiations. For the first time the EU and a third country will neg...
27 Feb 2020 - Read more
Stockholm Declaration is the outcome of the Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety
The Chairman’s conclusions, called the “Stockholm Declaration”, was presented by the Swedish Minister for Infrastructure, Mr. Tomas Eneroth, as the outcome document of the Third Global Ministeri...
25 Feb 2020 - Read more
EC: Next Steps Towards “Vision Zero”
The European Commission published this February a working document which aims at laying out the next steps for road safety, Next steps towards ‘Vision Zero’: EU road safety policy framework 2021-2...
25 Feb 2020 - Read more
ERTRAC: New study on EU road vehicle energy consumption and CO2 emissions
The present study EU road vehicle energy consumption and CO2 emissions by 2050 – Expert-based scenarios casts light on the technical feasibility of energy consumption and CO2 emission reductions...
25 Feb 2020 - Read more
ARCADE Project: main stakeholder network discussed key priorities on connected and automated driving
On 13 February 2020, the ARCADE Joint Connected and Automated Driving (CAD) Network and the ERTRAC Working Group on “Connectivity and Automated Driving” organised the 3rd stakeholder workshop in B...
21 Feb 2020 - Read more
Sigrid de Vries attends the Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety in Stockholm
Hosted by the Swedish government from 19-20 February and co-sponsored by the World Health Organisation, the 3rd Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety analysed the results and lessons fr...
20 Feb 2020 - Read more
European Commission’s digital package outlines regulatory and policy actions for connected and automated driving
Commission President Ursula von der Leyen presented today three publications setting out the Commission’s priorities on digital issues: “Europe for the digital age,” “A European Strategy for...
19 Feb 2020 - Read more
DRIVES Project: Results of extensive survey on skills demand are now available
Vehicles of the future will be the response to the citizen’s usage behaviour, grounded on recognised trends of electrification, sharing, autonomy and connectivity. This transition will be leading...
15 Feb 2020 - Read more
EUCAR calls for a co-programmed partnership in Horizon Europe
Brussels, 14 February 2020 – The European Council for Automotive R&D (EUCAR), representing the major European automobile manufacturers in their common research activities, welcomes the progress...
14 Feb 2020 - Read more
European Parliament approves EU-Vietnam free trade agreement
EU-Vietnam free trade agreement will gradually eliminate almost all customs duties The deal includes binding rules on climate, labour and human rights EU a step closer to region-to-region...
13 Feb 2020 - Read more
EC: Horizon Impact Award 2020 contest open
The European Commission is launching the 2020 edition of Horizon Impact Award – a prize dedicated to EU-funded projects whose results have created societal impact across Europe and beyond. The prize...
13 Feb 2020 - Read more
The EU-Vietnam FTA: Opportunities for European and Vietnamese business, consumers and workers
Following on from the strong support of the International Trade committee on 21st January 2020, the undersigned business associations respectfully request that Members of the European Parliament (MEPs...
10 Feb 2020 - Read more
CLEPA participates in the EWFA Annual Membership Meeting in Munich
EWFA, the European Window Film Association held its third Annual Membership Meeting on the 23rd of January in Munich. During this one-day event, EWFA members attended presentations from peer organisat...
07 Feb 2020 - Read more
A roadmap to climate neutrality – CLEPA Newsletter Editorial February 2020
As we go to press, stakeholders of all kinds are scrambling to give input to the public consultation on the roadmap for enshrining in law the ambition to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. In parallel...
05 Feb 2020 - Read more
CLEPA’s media insights on Brexit impact for European automotive suppliers
Britain’s car industry after Brexit, BBC Radio Sigrid de Vries explains the implications for the EU-wide motor industry if the UK government chooses to diverge on automotive standards.Auto indust...
31 Jan 2020 - Read more
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