FinMobility met with Henrik Hololei, Director-General of the Commission’s DGMOVE, and we took him the Finnish Transport and Mobility Priority Basket. We will also meet other EU decision-makers in the same context. Download our #BasketOfPriorities 2022 position paper below:
The Swedish Confederation of Transport Enterprises Transportföretagen and the voice of Finnish mobility and transport FinMobility have published joint position paper on the proposal for a revision of the Renewable Energy Directive – Biofuels are a must to enable a fossil free transport sector! You can read the position paper here: https://www.finmobility.eu/app/uploads/2022/01/Biofuel-TransportforetagenFinMobility-2022.pdf Please do not … Continued
Siiri Valkama will be starting as a junior advisor at FinMobility’s Brussels office on the 30th of August. Among previous experience, Siiri has worked for the European Parliament in the Secretariat of Economic Governance, and in the unit of economic relations at the Embassy of Finland in The United States. Siiri has a Master’s degree … Continued
The current von der Leyen Commission, in office since the 1 December 2019, has a clear priority project in its 2020 Work Programme concentrating on green development and emission-free transport.
The European Green Deal, European Commission’s roadmap for making EU’s economy sustainable across all policy areas, has become clearer also for the transport sector. The publication of EU’s Climate Law, preparations that have been started in the European Commission on the Strategy for Sustainable and Smart Mobility, the Renewal of EU White Paper on Transport … Continued
FinMobility has been accepted as an associate member of the International Road Transport Union (IRU) from the beginning of the year 2020. The membership provides close collaboration with IRU’s Brussels Office in the EU level discussion about road haulage, bus transport and taxi services. “It is important that the leading EU lobbyist in Finnish mobility … Continued
The number and composition of the MEPs in the European Parliament has changed by Brexit. Therefore, Finland now has 14 MEPs, since a 27-year old Alviina Alametsä joined the Greens/EFA group. Good news also for the Finnish transport sector, since the European Parliament’s Transport and Tourism Committee (TRAN) appointed Alametsä as a substitute member. She … Continued