BRUSSELS – ACEA, the European automakers group, calls on the European Union to take broad action to make cleaner fuels more available across Europe, now that final details of the EU’s fuel-quality directive have been revealed. The EU’s legislative body, the European Commission, proposes a complex formula for measuring the amount of emissions involved in making and using liquid fuels, which is tied to commitments by member states to reduce carbon emissions linked to ...

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