What will it take for Europe to meet its own energy goals? New technology and urban development must ease the need for fossil-fuel powered cars. "Michael Replogle, global policy director and founder of the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy, said the European Commission is well-positioned to deal with the patchwork of policies between countries. Truckers, for example, face different fees—and even different kinds of tolling machines—each time they cross a border. 'The Germans use one system; the French use another system; the Swiss, who are not part of the European Commission, use yet another system,' he said."