Charging infrastructure: How much of a penalty is necessary?

The member states need pressure, urges Ismail Ertug (SPD). Pressure to ensure that they also implement the targets for the expansion of the charging infrastructure that Brussels will set for them. The rapporteur responsible for the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) is not yet 100 percent satisfied with his report. He did not get a majority in the Transport Committee for the sanction mechanism, which is supposed to exert pressure (Europe.Table reported). He will therefore put it to the vote again in plenary.

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