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Euro Parliament committee backs revised CO2 standards for cars and vans; zero-emission road mobility by 2035

Green Car Congress

The European Parliament Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) adopted this week, with 46 votes in favor, 40 against and two abstentions, a position on proposed rules to revise the CO 2 emission performance standards for new cars and vans in line with the EU’s increased climate ambition.

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Give credit where it’s due! Hyundai calls for more EV support under Labor’s new CO2 reduction scheme

EV Central

The Australian arm of the Korean auto giant wants increased reward for selling zero emissions vehicles in the form of ‘super credits’ so it can keep cheaper C02-emitting petrol and hybrid models in its showrooms longer. The NVES will work by providing car companies with targets for average emissions per kilometre from new vehicles sold.

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Toyota a winner as CO2 reduction plan introduced to parliament with less pressure on SUVs and utes

EV Central

Australia is on schedule to have a CO2 reduction scheme for motor vehicle in place by January 1 2025. Hyundai calls for more EV support under Labor’s new CO2 reduction scheme READ MORE: It’s a green light for electric vehicles! Aussie CO2 standard tough on Toyota, SUVs and utes READ MORE: Get out of the way diesel!

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Research Undermines Jobs & e-Petrol Claims of the Fossil Industry in its Bid to Save Engines

CleanTechnica EVs

Lab results and employment analysis blow another hole in the well-funded campaign, which is aimed at lawmakers deciding on new EU car CO2 targets. Originally published on Transport & Environment.

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JATO: new car average CO2 emissions highest in Europe since 2014; slow EV uptake insufficient to counter fewer diesels and more SUVs

Green Car Congress

In addition to the European car market recording tepid growth in 2019, CO 2 emissions have continued to increase, despite new regulation designed to curtail this, according to JATO Dynamics. g/km, almost half that produced by diesel and petrol vehicles. These cars can make a huge difference to consumer attitude.

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Green Hydrogen Cars: How They are Different?

Get Electric Vehicle

When most of us consider ways to reduce carbon emissions in the transportation sector, we immediately think of electric cars or vehicles in general, and in that case, we are right to a greater extent.  As we have quoted several times electric cars are great but battery-operated electric cars have a few disadvantages as well.

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Emissions Analytics: mass adoption of hybrids, rather than low-volume BEVs most effective for cutting CO2 now, meeting 2030 targets; best use of limited resource

Green Car Congress

The EU’s post-2021 CO2 reduction target for passenger cars is 37.5% The ideal solution is an immediate transition to petrol and diesel hybrids, with a further decade spent refining the technology, infrastructure and battery supply chain to allow the adoption of BEVs. Beyond the 37.5%

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