The car market is seriously in crisis, so much that the trade associations Anfia, Federauto and Unrae have issued a joint announcement asking for help
Energy policy. This troubled spring has anyway seen the restart of an important step for the future of alternative fuels. On April 6th, as foreseen in the Green Deal, the process for the Dafi Directive’s started, with the examination on the infrastructure for the supply of alternative fuels at European level, together with a new consultation launched by the Commission open to citizens and stakeholders.
The Ministry of Economic Development has set up a meeting fully dedicated to the automotive sector, in which have been formed three operative groups to identify the tools for relaunching this sector. The first meeting was held this past October 18th at the ministry headquarters, attended by representatives of associations, companies, trade unions, universities and research groups.
XVIII legislation. The new Government immediately pronounced itself in favor of a Green New Deal, undersigning the 29 point guidelines drawn by the President of the Council which is based on the proposals by the three parties: the 5 Star Movement, the Democratic Party and, Free and Equal Party. The same trend was expressed with the update note to the 2019 economy and finance documents.