Battery or hydrogen: dispute over the truck future

The coalition agreement of the future federal government is short on words at this point – two and a half lines are enough to take account of the structural change in freight transport. The SPD, Greens, and FDP would support the “further development of CO2 fleet limits for commercial vehicles” and the “proposals of the European Commission for the development of refueling and charging infrastructure for trucks“, it says. This refers to the proposed regulation on the expansion of charging infrastructure for alternative fuels (AFIR).

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