11 Dec 2018, 13:27
Sören Amelang

Germany’s sustainable transport commission postpones deadline for proposals

Clean Energy Wire

Germany’s transport task force has postponed the deadline for presenting its highly anticipated proposals on how to lower emissions in the sector to meet the official climate targets. Instead of delivering recommendations to the government by year-end as previously planned, the task force will now publish its proposals in spring 2019, it said in a press release – mirroring the delay announced by the country’s coal commission. Sources told the Clean Energy Wire the transport commission plans to publish its roadmap for decarbonising the sector in late March.

Read the transport commission press release in German here.

The factsheet The task force in charge of steering Germany to clean mobility has plenty of background.

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