EU Commission calls on ITALY, PORTUGAL and the UNITED KINGDOM to report on the implementation of their national policy frameworks on alternative fuels infrastructure

The Commission today decided to request that Italy, Portugal and the United Kingdom implement European rules on alternative fuels infrastructure (Directive 2014/94/EU) correctly.

The Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive (Article 10.1) required Member States to submit a report on the implementation of their national policy frameworks to the Commission by 18 November 2019.

The concerned two Member States and the United Kingdom have so far failed to deliver this report.

They now have four months to comply with this obligation under the Directive; otherwise, the Commission may decide to send a reasoned opinion.

Arianna Podesta –

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