The Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive (AFID) was adopted in 2014 to encourage the development of alternative fuel filling stations and charging points in EU countries. It required the Member States to put in place development plans for alternative fuels infrastructure. However, according to a 2017 Commission evaluation, the plans did not provide sufficient certainty for fully developing the alternative fuels infrastructure network, and development has been uneven across the EU.
In this meeting, we will hear a presentation of the state of the art of AFID revision from Axel Volkery, Deputy Head of the B4 unit.
We kindly ask you to bring to the meeting questions, expectations on the revision and your experience on issues faced in the development of your regional e-mobility plan.