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News article13 February 2024

STF: Call for applications for new sub-groups on hydrogen infrastructure, zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles and e-mobility Public Key Infrastructure

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STF: Call for applications for new sub-groups on hydrogen infrastructure, zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles and e-mobility Public Key Infrastructure

Following the adoption of the new Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR), the focus is now shifting to implementation needs. AFIR sets new requirements for recharging and refuelling of zero-emission trucks and for the rollout of hydrogen refuelling infrastructure.

To address outstanding questions concerning the roll-out of related infrastructure and discuss the state of play of market development, the Commission has decided to set up new sub-groups under the Sustainable Transport Forum (STF) on: i) hydrogen refuelling infrastructure for road transport vehicles, ii) recharging   and   refuelling   infrastructure for zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles, and iii) EU Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) for e-mobility.

The STF is an expert group of the European Commission functioning as a platform for exchange and advice to the Commission on all matters related to the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure.

The Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) is therefore calling for applications with a view to selecting members of these three new sub-groups.

Duly signed applications must be sent by 8 March 2024, 17:00 CEST at the latest.

Relevant information, including the detailed instructions to submit the applications, are available in the Call for Applications and Terms of Reference for each sub-group in their corresponding page as indicated below.

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Sustainable Transport Forum (STF)

Sustainable Transport Forum (STF) register of expert groups (E03321)

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