AFIR: amendment request submitted for sanction mechanism

Following the vote on the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Directive (AFIR), rapporteur Ismail Ertug (S&D) has again submitted an amendment for the introduction of a sanction mechanism. An identical proposal to enforce the targets for the expansion of charging infrastructure using the threat of penalties for member states or operators of charging points already failed in the Transport Committee.

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