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|Title:||Assessing the impacts of alternative fuel infrastructure deployment efforts in the EU|
|Authors:||THIEL CHRISTIAN; JULEA ANDREEA MARIA; ACOSTA IBORRA BEATRIZ; DE MIGUEL ECHEVARRIA NEREA; PEDUZZI EMANUELA; PISONI ENRICO; GOMEZ VILCHEZ JONATAN; KRAUSE JETTE|
|Publisher:||bmvit, AIT, austriatech|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Alternative fuels are key to improving the EU's security of energy supply, reducing the impact of transport on the environment and boosting EU competitiveness. The Directive on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure (2014/94/EU) requires that Member States provide a minimum infrastructure for alternative fuels such as electricity, hydrogen and natural gas. This paper describes the methodology for assessing the Member States' efforts for alternative fuels infrastructure deployment. The following key performance indicators are covered: (i) creation of a minimum level of recharging and refuelling infrastructure across the EU including cross-border continuity and enabling market uptake of alternative fuel transport systems, (ii) contribution to the achievement of EU climate and energy objectives, (iii) improvement of air quality, (iv) strengthening the EU's competitiveness and jobs. An improved reporting template for the Member States’ efforts would facilitate the assessment of impacts and conception of further policy initiatives.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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