The EU has presented its “Fit for 55” climate package. There would be considerable changes and requirements.
Brussels – The EU Commission has spoken out in favor of a sales ban on new vehicles with internal combustion engines * from 2035. Until then, the entire new car fleet in the EU should no longer emit greenhouse gases, as the Brussels authority announced on Wednesday. According to the current state of the art, this can only be achieved by pure electric cars.
EU climate package: Commission raises intermediate target for new vehicle fleets
The Commission is also raising the intermediate goal on the way to greenhouse gas neutrality of the new vehicle fleet: According to current EU guidelines, a group’s vehicle fleet may only emit an average of 95 grams of carbon dioxide (CO2) per kilometer; by 2025, a further 15 should be reduced by 2025 Percent and by 2030 by 37.5 percent. According to the new proposal of the EU Commission, the value for cars should now fall by 55 percent by 2030 and for delivery vans by 50 percent.
EU measures against CO2 emissions: expansion of the charging infrastructure
At the same time, according to the commission, the expansion of the charging infrastructure is to be promoted. By the end of last year, there were around 260,000 publicly accessible charging points in the 27 member states of the European Union – more than two thirds of them in the three countries of the Netherlands, France and Germany alone. The aim now is to have charging points at least 60 kilometers apart along the most important roads. (AFP / frs) * Merkur.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA
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