What do we want to achieve ?
The European Commission is working to improve citizens' quality of life and strengthen the economy by promoting sustainable urban mobility and increased use of clean and energy efficient vehicles.
New political challenges have emerged in recent years. Climate change, energy policy, air quality legislation and the difficulties of tackling congestion are just some examples. The objective now is to enhance mobility while at the same time reducing congestion, accidents and pollution in European cities.
The European Commission announced the 100 EU cities that will participate in the EU Mission for 100 climate-neutral and smart cities by 2030, the so-called Cities Mission.
Urban Mobility Days 2022 will be held on 20-22 September in the city of Brno, Czech Republic.
The Renewable and Low-Carbon Fuels Value Chain Industrial Alliance is kicking-off work with industry representatives from FuelsEurope, Hydrogen Europe, SAFRAN, SEA Europe, and the European Commission.
The fully revamped European Alternative Fuels Observatory (EAFO3.0) was launched today by the European Commission.