EU Commission wants to be burner from 2035

EU Commission wants to be burner from 2035-wants

The EU Commission has presented far-reaching plans for more climate protection. These include a ban on sales for new cars with internal combustion engine from 2035 and a kerosene tax for intra-European flights. The intermediate goal on the way to greenhouse gas neutrality raises Brussels his own statements: According to current specifications, the fleet of a group may still eject 95 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer. By 2025, there should be a reduction of 15 percent, by 2030 by 37.5 percent. According to the new EU Commission proposal, the value for cars to 2030 should now fall by 55 percent and for vans by 50 percent.

From 2030 new cars should not be able to eject no carbon dioxide more, said of the Leyen in the presentation of the climate plan. According to previous prior art, cars with internal combustion engines on a large scale could be replaced only by electric cars. Other drive techniques such as hydrogen considered as yet not far enough mature. The EU Commission therefore also plans significant investments in the charging infrastructure. The goal is to create load points along the main streets at the distance of 60 kilometers. So far, there are around 260.000 publicly accessible charging points. Good two-thirds of it are in Germany, France and the Netherlands.

Also on aviation and shipping are sharper regulations. The EU Commission proposed that free pollution rights for airlines over time. In the case of intra-European flights, the previously applicable exception should be softened by fuel tax over ten years. Further remain unauthorized should private business flights and freight traffic. The shipping should be committed to emissions trading for the first time.

Green boss Robert Habeck welcomed the plans, but at the same time called for more ambitious goals. Federal Minister of Transport Andreas Scheuer (CSU) said the strategy of the EU Commission is hardly surprising, but challenging. Mobility must remain affordable for people. A spokeswoman of Lufthansa designated the climate goals as generally correct, however, fair competition warned. Without compensation measures as the planned kerosine tax led to significant competitive disadvantages for European airlines, she said.

The Environmental Protection Organization Greenpeace reacted disappointed. The package is unsuitable to end the climate crisis, it said. Thus, for example, the proposed for internal combustion engines up to 2035 was no longer than the most European car subsidiaries had made anyway. To limit global warming to a maximum of 1.5 degrees, an exit is needed 2028.

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9 thoughts on “EU Commission wants to be burner from 2035”

  1. From the EU paper:
    “… CO2 emission standards for cars and transporters will accelerate the transition to emission-free mobility by reducing the average emissions from new cars from 2030 by 55% and from 2035 by 100% compared to the stand of 2021.”

    Pah! … the emission values are already constantly sinking, at least then, If you have the jointed values of the plugins Believe would ..

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  2. If the policy brings that against the hypocritical autolobby, then she has my applause for sure. This would also be the theme of the hybrid dirt shafts from the table. Would be more beautiful if the C02 would also be massively taxed even higher every year every year. Otherwise, these will continue as a vintage car forever. The gas station network must be actively reduced to make burners unattractive.

    The way is right. The pace does not.

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  3. The EU Commission also does not notice any impact. Scientific findings and the resulting forecasts for climate change play no role for these politicians, mainly the economic interests are maintained. In Brussels there is at least as much lobbyists as in Berlin. Hopefully in September some voters becomes clearer, which parties
    which interests represent. Of certain parties is just only clientele policy to be expected.

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  4. The combustion lobby has probably prevailed on the whole line.

    The Environmental Protection Organization Greenpeace reacted disappointed. The package is unsuitable to end the climate crisis, it said. Thus, for example, the proposed for internal combustion engines up to 2035 was no longer than the most European car subsidiaries had made anyway. To limit global warming to a maximum of 1.5 degrees, an exit is needed 2028.

    As much combustion yield as possible and with the chunk plugin hybrids as long as combustion burners do not expect even due to cheaper batteries and maintenance costs.

    In environmental protection and the consequences of climate change, one only thinks in the starting days of the autoconders only if pollution is punished with billions of euros and reduces returns / dividends.

    So lower the CO2 boundaries faster to zero and then wonder how fast the corporations produce batteries and e-car – just use the market economy in the sense of environmental protection.

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  5. I have only a question. I work in Hanover and my wife works in Berlin, my child from an earlier relationship lives north of Hamburg. My parents will no longer be able to supply themselves in 2035, living in the country There is not even a train station. The bus stop is 3 km away from the house of parents – if then buses. Currently, only four times per working day a bus comes by … How to overcome these distances without cars? I do not deserve so much that I can skip a gross annual salary for a Tesla. In front of my apartment in the multi-family house are no power connections on the street. It will then be easier to give up the job and put on social assistance … then I am at least again with my wife and can think about the beautiful old days.

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  6. At the latest when people with low and medium incomes find that there are no use cars between 5.000-10.000 € gives, with which you can go on vacation or visit the family without having to drive all 120km to the charging column, the swatter comes to the ballot box.
    Many would not hurt a bit about their own plate. What is for some of the nice cityscrews as a second car, this is the only car later than used cars from 2. hand.

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  7. “From 2030 new cars should no longer be allowed to eject the carbon dioxide”
    D.H., E-cars can safely continue with nuclear power?
    And then burner only with CO2 separators, which are currently being developed for trucks?
    Although CO2 emissions are only important to the closed cycle to realize the organic and synthetic fuels in the combustion type.
    Everything very strange, which the EU Commission specifies.

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  8. Tagesspiegel Background:
    “Focus on only a mobility niche does not work
    To the Aviation to face climate neutral, Is synthetic kerosene the only way. The focus on only a niche of mobility, however, does not work process due: in the power-to-liquid process, in addition to the kerosene fraction, a Bandwidth on coupling products. Among other things, climate-neutral E-diesel is produced, the Naphtha Group can be refined in E-gasoline. The wax fraction is ideal for defooting the chemical industry.”
    This means that the burner will stay. Wishes just to what extent.

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