German states – New cars in EU should be emission-free by 2030
German federal states want to ensure that the sale of new diesel and petrol cars in the European Union ends by 2030 in order to protect the climate. In a resolution of the parliament's upper house (Bundesrat), Germany's sixteen states asked the EU Commission to evaluate whether member countries' existing tax and fee practices effectively promote emission-free mobility. The goal is that "only emission-free cars are registered in the [European] Union by 2030 at the latest."
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