EU means to can internal combustion engines by 2035

The EU Commission's plan will expectedly be accompanied by a mandate to member nations' governments that they strengthen their EV charging infrastructure.

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The EU is expected to propose a switch to zero-emission cars and thereby to boost its sustainability efforts in a new move to make the union's economy accord with its climate targets, reports Bloomberg News citing an EU document in its possession.

The European Commission will demand that, as of 2030, emissions from new passenger cars and vans be reduced by 65 percent, increasing to 100 percent of current emissions by 2035.

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