In Ireland, they are going to stop the sale of vehicles with gasoline and diesel enginesJune 24, 2019
Authorities intend to officially ban by 2030
The decision was announced during the campaign, the purpose of which is to protect the environment and gradually transfer energy to renewable “rails”. According to information from AutoTimesNews, the Irish organization Climate Action Plane has published a plan according to which, in ten years, they will stop selling vehicles with conventional internal combustion engines. Instead, they will be operated by electric motors, specially designed for cars. The number of electric cars, electric cars by 2030 will reach 950 thousand, are confident in Climate Action Plane.
By this time, it is assumed that up to 70% of the energy in Ireland will be “extracted” by means of renewable sources, among which solar batteries and wind generators are in the places of honor.
Earlier, the ban on the sale of vehicles with engines running on gasoline or diesel fuel since 2040 was reported by the UK government. Legislative introduction of such a ban is considered in Germany, France, Holland, Norway, India and other states.
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