MEPs have approved a set of draft legislative amendments outlining rules for reducing the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of vans by 2020. The draft amendments, voted on during the first week of May by the European Parliament’s Environment Committee, are designed to help van manufacturers achieve an average maximum of 147g of CO2 per kilometre. They call for EU-registered manufacturers who make more than 1,000 vehicles a year to produce a sufficient number of cleaner or more fuel-efficient models to […]
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