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The phasing out of internal combustion cars must be accelerated, as the European Union is doing it very slowly

The phasing out of internal combustion cars must be accelerated, as the European Union is doing it very slowly

The Brussels-based NGO Transport and Environment (T&E) report covers Rzeczpospolita extensively. The journal accessed an unpublished study after the “electric car boom is at risk.”

As Rzeczpospolita recalls, the European Commission has already prepared new standards for exhaust emissions. However, according to T&E, it is far from enough. It must be sharper if it is to be effective.

More stringent standards are “necessary”

The European Commission’s proposal assumes a 55 percent reduction in emissions from new cars. In 2030 and 100 per cent. In 2035, the latter means that from 2035 it will not be possible to sell combustion cars. Meanwhile, T&E is recalling 30 percent. By 2025, 80 per cent. in 2030.

As we read in Rzeczpospolita, “According to T&E, this growth rate, as well as manufacturers’ own statements about increased sales of battery-powered cars and new investments in component production, will lead to a faster decline in emissions than the European Commission assumes in the proposed regulations. It should be The EU’s 2025 targets are not absolute so they are to be met two years before the deadline.

T&E estimates that manufacturers will reduce vehicle emissions by 30-35 percent. in 2025 and by 65-70%. in 2030 compared to 2021.

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