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Consultation on Directive 2009/33/EC on the promotion of clean and energy efficient vehicles

Date published:
24 November 2009
Closing date:
17 February 2010

Summary

Stakeholder consultation requesting views on the implementation of the Directive that requires public bodies to take into account energy and environmental impacts of road transport vehicles they are purchasing and operating.

 

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Consultation document (134 kb)

Stakeholder consultation requesting views on the implementation of the Directive that requires public bodies to take into account energy and environmental impacts of road transport vehicles they are purchasing and operating.

Published:
24 November 2009

Consultation response form (86 kb)

Consultation response form.

Published:
24 November 2009

Annex 2 (772 kb)

Directive 2009/33/EC of the European parliament and of the council.

Published:
24 November 2009

Annex 4 (27 kb)

Draft Statutory Instrument for The Cleaner Road Transport Vehicles Regulations 2010.

Published:
24 November 2009

Annex 5 (283 kb)

Impact Assessment of EC Proposal for a Directive on Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles.

Published:
24 November 2009

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