Ahead of next trilogue, UETR has sent together with 120 organisations a letter to the EU Institutions calling for an agreement with ambitious coverage targets and timeline to provide an enabling environment for operators and facilitate the achievement of the EU Green Deal objectives.
“The creation of an available, adequate and extensive alternative fuels infrastructure within the TEN-T network is one of the main infrastructural changes needed by road hauliers. Such certainty is one of the pre-condition for companies, even when supported by financial and tax incentives, to invest in green vehicles” said UETR Secretary General Marco Digioia.
The join letter is available here.
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