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  1. News
    14 December 2006

    EC authorises aid for anti-pollution filters on Italian buses

    219 reads The European Commission has approved yesterday aid to alleviate the cost of retrofitting Italian passenger buses with particulate filters. Such filters will reduce the pollution level of elderly...

  2. News
    10 December 2010

    Low Emission Zones not always effective (The Netherlands)

    1654 reads In several Dutch cities Low Emission Zones (LEZ) have been introduced to fulfil to the European standards for air quality. However a new impact study by the Dutch Ministry of Environment suggests...

  3. News
    07 December 2010

    New website to identify greener and more efficient vehicles

    336 reads The European Commission has launched an easy-to-use website to help public authorities and anyone who cares about the environment choose the cleanest and most energy-efficient vehicles available:...

  4. News
    14 December 2010

    Market support for clean and energy-efficient vehicles

    348 reads Clean and energy-efficient vehicles are essential if the European Union is to achieve its 2020 targets for improving energy efficiency, increasing the market share of renewable energy sources, and...

  5. News
    21 December 2010

    Electric recharging stations for car sharing in Milan (Italy)

    336 reads “GuidaMi”, the car sharing service in Milan aims to introduce 20 new electric car charging stations for its car sharing clients. “GuidaMi”, the car sharing service in Milan aims to introduce 20...

  6. News
    22 December 2010

    Emilia-Romagna Region signed a protocol to develop electric mobility (Italy)

    583 reads A protocol has been signed for 3 pilot projects in Bologna, Reggio Emilia and Rimini to develop electric charging stations. A protocol (the first in Italy at regional level) has been signed...

  7. News
    05 January 2011

    Results of Eurotest’s Pedestrian Crossings Assessment 2010

    439 reads One in five pedestrian crossings failed this year's EuroTest assignment, the worst result since testing started in 2008, highlighting the need for urgent improvements. The EuroTest Pedestrian...

  8. News
    07 January 2011

    Amsterdam’s commitment to EV’s rewarded (The Netherlands)

    315 reads During its last exhibition, the Worldwide Association for Electric Vehicles congratulated the city of Amsterdam for its commitment to electric vehicles. Each year actors in the field of...

  9. News
    10 January 2011

    Biggest bicycle shed in Europe opens in the Netherlands

    299 reads Under the forecourt of Haarlem railway station the largest bicycle shed in Europe is now open with 4,000 cycle parking places, with plans to expand this number to nearly 8,000 in a few months....

  10. News
    17 January 2011

    Increasing numbers of Londoners swapping their car for public transport (UK)

    232 reads Latest figures show there has been a 7 percent increase in the numbers of Londoners getting out of their cars and choosing to use public transport, walking or cycling in London. TfL has published...