With the European Climate Law the Commission proposes a legally binding target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The EU Institutions and the Member States are bound to take the necessary measures at EU and national level to meet the target, taking into account the importance of promoting fairness and solidarity among Member States.
The Climate Law includes measures to keep track of progress and adjust our actions accordingly, based on existing systems such as the governance process for Member States’ national energy and climate plans, regular reports by the European Environment Agency, and the latest scientific evidence on climate change and its impacts.
Progress will be reviewed every five years, in line with the global stocktake exercise under the Paris Agreement.
eCharge4Drivers’ plays an important role in the fight against climate change, encouraging the uptake of electric-vehicles by improving users’ charging experience, issuing reccomendations for legal regulatory harmonisation across EU Member States and guidelines for investors and authorities for the sustainability of charging infrastructure and services.
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Source: European Commission