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By 2035, Canberra plans to phase out all fossil fuel-powered vehicles.

by Jasbinder Singh
By 2035, Canberra plans to phase out all fossil fuel-powered vehicles.

Beginning in 2035, new “fossil fuel” car sales will be prohibited in the nation’s capital. Canberra will set the precedent for all new cars in Australia by requiring them to be electric. But in the upcoming years, it is anticipated that other states will follow. New cars, motorcycles, and small trucks will be subject to the new regulations, according to Shane Rattenbury, minister of emissions reduction. We want to prohibit the sale of new (automobiles) starting in 2035, he said.

However, if you’re currently operating an all-petrol vehicle, the government has no plans to remove it from the road. The ACT wants to reach an even earlier goal by 2030, though. It wants 80 to 90 percent of newly sold light vehicles to be zero-emission models by that time. In the ACT, which has a higher take-up rate than other states, interest-free loans up to $15,000 are already available for the purchase of electric cars.

You might not have to pay stamp duty if you’re purchasing a Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) for the first time.

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Purchasers of ZEVs, whether new or used, are entitled to two years of free ACT vehicle registration. Under the Sustainable Household Scheme zero interest loans, eligible households have access to up to $15,000 for the purchase of an electric vehicle. Even though all of the specifics were still being worked out, Mr. Rattenbury stated that the ACT government wanted to give drivers a very clear message.

Increase in Electric Vehicles The sale of new gasoline and diesel vehicles will be banned in the UK starting in 2030, according to plans made by the government. By 2035, the European Union’s proposed legislation will also forbid the sale of new fossil fuel vehicles. The registration of new taxis and diesel-powered vehicles will also be prohibited in Singapore starting in 2025.

Instead of outlawing fossil fuel vehicles in Albania, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is promoting the use of electric vehicles by offering financial incentives. In fact, Albania has agreed to a plan to switch to zero-emission electric vehicles, supported by the UN and the International Energy Agency. 

The GEF Global Electric Mobility Programme, which will help developing countries develop e-mobility roadmaps, business models, and funding strategies so that their transportation sectors can transition to electric vehicles, has now been joined by 27 developing countries.

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נערת ליווי 29th July 2022 - 12:03 am

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