This article explores recent developments in Spain’s e-mobility legislative framework as the Government steps up its promotion of the decarbonisation of the transport sector as part of the country’s energy transition between 2030 to 2050.
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The comprehensive reform of German restructuring and insolvency law implements the European Restructuring Directive but also makes further important changes to the insolvency law.
The investment will help to build a nationwide network of refuelling stations that will allow heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) to run on carbon neutral fuel.