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European Council sets out approach to minimum infrastructure for alternative fuels across EU

10:08 AM MST | December 6, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft

The European Council says it has agreed on a proposal aimed at a minimum infrastructure for alternative fuels across the European Union, to be in place by 2030. The council believes that sufficient infrastructure and common standards are crucial for boosting consumer demand for alternative fuels, such as electricity, hydrogen, and natural gas, as well as for vehicles designed to run on such fuels. The EU's dependence on oil could be reduced by increased uptake of alternative fuels in all modes of transport, thereby simultaneously improving the EU's energy...

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