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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
Critical shortcomings in Commission’s Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Proposal
The European Parliament and Council have started reviewing the Commission’s proposal for a Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Proposal with the aim to adopt it by the end of 2023 at the latest....
24 May 2022 - Read more
A #GreenJustANDResilient mobility transition matters in the European Parliament, Committee votes prove – Newsletter Editorial May 2022
As we look ahead to the 7 June Plenary vote in the European Parliament on CO2 standards for cars and vans, the needs of citizens should be considered in relation to how we reach climate-neutral mobili...
24 May 2022 - Read more
Only one week left for the aftermarket event of the year!
The 2022 edition of the CLEPA Aftermarket Conference will be held on 1 and 2 June in BrusselsKey moments from the last in-person edition of the Aftermarket Conference, 2019Brussels - After two success...
23 May 2022 - Read more
Cyber Resilience Act aiming to set new rules for digital products should avoid duplication with other automotive legislation
The European Commission is looking to publish of a new Cyber Resilience Act to regulate new digital products and ancillary services. The initiative aims to address market needs and protect consumers b...
20 May 2022 - Read more
REPowerEU: European Commission presents its plan to reduce dependence on Russian fossil fuels
The European Commission has presented the REPowerEU Plan, its response to the hardships and global energy market disruption caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The Commission points out  a double...
19 May 2022 - Read more
European Commission’s Motor Vehicle Working Group makes progress in implementing the General Safety Regulation measures
The Motor Vehicle Working Group (MVWG) gathers stakeholders from governments, industry and consumer associations, assisting the European Commission in the preparation of delegated acts and policy prop...
17 May 2022 - Read more
Data Act: Few specific changes could considerably boost legal certainty
Automotive technology is rapidly advancing, with vehicles generating and collecting increasing quantities of data to operate and monitor systems. This can provide significant benefits to drivers, pass...
16 May 2022 - Read more
Automotive joint position paper on essential uses
As part of the Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability (CSS), a number of legislative and non-legislative measures with wide-ranging impacts on the auto industry are planned. These include amendment...
13 May 2022 - Read more
No majority for stricter CO2 targets in the ENVI Committee – CLEPA Secretary General, Sigrid de Vries, comments on the vote regarding CO2 standards for cars and vans
Brussels, 11 May - The European Parliament’s Committee of Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) has today in essence confirmed the Commission’s proposal on CO2 standards for new passen...
11 May 2022 - Read more
Automotive Skills Alliance presents ongoing work to its 90+ partners
Since its inception one and a half years ago, the Automotive Skills Alliance (ASA) held a virtual partnership meeting on 5 May. The initiative of the ASA, initially launched under the European Pact fo...
08 May 2022 - Read more
Automotive suppliers prioritise the acceleration of sustainability across the value chain   
Leading EU conference in the field of materials regulations examines key sustainability policies currently reshaping automotive business  Sustainable material-sourcing process, material usag...
06 May 2022 - Read more
CLEPA joins downstream industries in call to withdraw steel safeguards
Automotive suppliers source most of their steel within the EU and predominantly import specialised steel for which no sufficient European capacity is available. The European Commission imposed definit...
04 May 2022 - Read more
Statement by CLEPA Secretary General, Sigrid de Vries, on the TRAN Committee vote regarding CO2 standards for cars and vans
Brussels, 28 April – Today the European Parliament’s Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN) voted on amendments to the proposed CO2 standards for new passenger cars and light-duty commercial ve...
28 Apr 2022 - Read more
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