In Germany, plans to stop the registration of new vehicles with internal combustion enginesOctober 8, 2016
German Federal Council proposed the EU stop exploitation of petrol and diesel vehicles since 2030.
Resolution of the Bundesrat calls for the European Commission “view” tax and excise policy of European Union member countries to 2030 from within the EU to prevent road only new cars without the emissions.
In order to encourage drivers to buy ecological vehicles, the sponsors propose to revise the existing scheme of taxation of vehicles.
According to the Federal Council, the abandonment of traditional petrol and diesel vehicles is one of the key steps towards the implementation of the Paris agreement on climate. According to the document, Germany in 2050 should reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 95%.
Germany is slowly moving to electric vehicles. According to experts, this situation is due to the lack of necessary infrastructure for electric vehicles.