EU emission laws must be ‘harmonised’

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Consistent application across all member states is key to ensuring a level playing field once EU emissions reduction rules come into force

New EU rules to reduce port emissions need to be applied in a harmonised way if a level playing field is to be guaranteed, says the Federation of European Private Port Operators.

FEPORT warns that implementation of the EU’s emissions reduction plan, ‘Fit for 55’, and in particular the alternative fuels infrastructure regulations, needs to be applied consistently across all member states.

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