EU internal combustion engine ban hangs in the balance

Member states have stalled the adoption of revised CO2 standards for cars that would effectively ban new models with internal combustion engines by 2035, as national capitals lobby for loopholes for cars running on ‘climate-neutral’ fuels.

by Christian Ernhede

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