About this initiative

Summary

The purpose of this technical amendment to Commission Delegated Regulation EU 2018/674 is to ensure that L-category vehicles and inland waterway vessels running on different alternative fuels such as electricity, hydrogen and gas are able to refuel across the EU at standardised recharging and refuelling points.

Topic
Transport
Type of act
Delegated regulation
Expert group

Draft act

Feedback: closed
Type

Draft delegated regulation
More about draft acts

Feedback period
15 March 2019 - 12 April 2019 (midnight Brussels time)
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Feedback (10)

  • Snam S.p.A. (Italy)
    12 April 2019 Company/business organisation
    Snam S.p.A. (Italy)

    Referring to the article 3 of "Draft delegated regulation - Ares (2019) 1728567", we believe that three critical issues could arise from its implementation. The first, concerns the implementation of the EN 16723-2 standard with particular reference to the sulphur limit provided for CNG / biomethane for automotive use. The EN 16723- 2 should be referenced only as recommended and not mandatory. As a matter of fact, the provisions of the standard...

  • Anonymous (Italy)
    12 April 2019 Business association
    Anonymous (Italy)

    With reference to the article 3 of "Draft delegated regulation - Ares (2019) 1728567", we believe that two critical issues could arise from its implementation. The first, concerns the implementation of the EN 16723-2 standard with particular reference to the sulphur limit provided for CNG / biomethane for automotive use The EN 16723- 2 should be referenced only as recommended and not mandatory. As a matter of fact, the provisions of the...

  • ENTSOG (Belgium)
    12 April 2019 Business association
    ENTSOG (Belgium)

    ENTSOG welcomes CEN work with regards to integrating renewable and low-carbon gases in gas quality standards. However, current technological developments have proven that CNG vehicles can already generally accept higher hydrogen concentrations than 2%. It is highly likely that in the short or medium term, the hydrogen requirement in EN16723-2 will become obsolete. By requiring fuel quality to comply with EN 16723-2 at refuelling points, a...

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Commission adoption

Type

Delegated regulation
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Planned for
First quarter 2019

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