State aid: a tool to move towards greener mobility

The climate context has an impact on the European debate on state aid, i.e. public subsidies to companies. In principle, and with some exceptions, they are prohibited by European law, as they are considered contrary to the principle of free competition in the single market. Nevertheless, they can be a useful tool to help Member…

The EU’s hydrogen initiatives: an overview

Hydrogen is currently one of the European Union’s main concerns on energy and mobility issues. Hydrogen is presented as a lever to meet the climate objectives set by the European Commission. The aim of this article is to give an overview of the initiatives in this field that are on the agenda in Brussels: the…

European recovery plan

The place of clean transport in the European recovery plan The French Interpole Automobile & Mobilités in cooperation with the NOV@LOG and Capenergies competitiveness clusters met on June 22nd with Mrs. Karima Delli, President of the Transport and Tourism Committee (TRAN) at the European Parliament and Mr. Christophe Grudler, Member of the European Parliament, member…