The EBB joins with 102 associations from the mobility, engineering and energy sectors to call for technology openness to achieve vehicle CO2 emissions reductions
With the ‘Fit for 55’ package, the European Commission has put forward key proposals to put the EU on a trajectory towards climate neutrality in 2050
. We strongly support the overall political ambition and look forward to the challenge of the transition, which is undoubtedly underway, specifically in mobility. However, to achieve the objectives and not lose support in the long run, we emphasise the importance of a technology-mix that embraces all relevant solutions to reduce CO2 emissions without ignoring the varied realities of consumer and industry needs. We are concerned that the Commission’s proposals do not achieve such a balance.
Looking at the changes which are currently debated in the Council and the European Parliament, even more work is required to achieve this.
Representing the mobility, engineering, and energy sectors, the signatories of this letter are keen on contributing to efficient and effective solutions, which work for the climate, consumers, the competitiveness of our industries and the EU’s strategic autonomy.
Read the open letter here