Alternative fuels and cleaner transport – from policy to reality
With 94% of transport depending on traditional fuels, the current European transport sector requires up to €1 billion a day and is responsible for a quarter of EU carbon emissions. Research and technological development have proved that alternative low-emission fuels can be a solution in all transport modes.
Concrete steps need to be implemented. For example, the European Commission’s Clean Power for Transport package sets several milestones for the adoption of a single market for alternative fuels in Europe.
- Nikolaus von Peter, Member of Commissioner Violeta Bulc's Cabinet
- Ismail Ertug MEP, S&D Spokesperson on Transport
- Jon Jordan, European Association for Hydrogen and fuel cells and Electro-mobility in European Regions (HyER)
- Matthias Maedge, Chair of the Transport Taskforce, GasNaturally
- Cécile Nourigat, Autogas Manager, European LPG Association (AEGPL)