EP approved zero emissions for cars, vans sold after 2035

(CIANEWS) - The European Parliament has approved CO2 emission standards for new passenger cars and vans. The regulation supports the production and sale of vehicles with zero and low emissions. It includes a revision of the goals for 2030 and a goal of zero emissions in 2035, which should be essential for achieving climate neutrality by 2050. In practice, it should thus be cheaper for consumers to buy and operate vehicles with zero emissions. According to the EP, the used vehicle market will develop faster. The agreement must be approved by the EU Council. At the same time, the European Commission is promoting emission-free buses from 2030 and the reduction of permitted emissions for heavy trucks.



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