Clean power for transport infrastructure deployment
Final report - Study
The European Commission through its Alternative Fuels Directive 2014/94/EU is seeking to promote the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure to enable an increase in the uptake of alternative fuels vehicles and reduce Europe’s dependence on oil and oil related products. To date the roll out of alternative fuel recharging and refuelling infrastructure has been patchy, with many projects funded or part-funded by the public sector through EU grant schemes such as CEF and H2020, and few - if any - truly commercial deployments/operations.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (European Commission)
- Personal author(s): Steer Davies Gleave Themes: Transport infrastructure, Transport policy, Energy research
- Subject: clean technology, directive (EU), energy research, EU financing, motor fuel, petroleum product, report, transport infrastructure, transport network