“Scientists submit a plan for CO2-free transportation to government”
A study commissioned by the federal environment ministry (BMUB) has found that Germany can achieve the transition towards an emission-free transportation sector, Frank-Thomas Wenzel writes in Frankfurter Rundschau. The study’s authors regard e-mobility as the key for a successful transition and predict that “individual mobility will become noticeably more expensive”, Wenzel writes. The “most important tool” for energy transition is said to be a “drastic tightening of exhaust emission limits”, the scientists say, according to Wenzel.
See a press release in German on the study on Renewbility’s website.
For more information on the current stance of Germany’s automotive industry towards decarbonised transportation see the CLEW dossier The Energiewende and German carmakers.