Norway totally prohibits the new fossil fuel car sales in 2025
First Norway, after Germany announced that they bring order bans against petrol cars in the coming years. Although not a huge surprise from Norway, in a world where brand car production has been quite vocal description of Germany.
In order to understand the causes of this statement needs to inspect the Paris Convention on Climate Change.
Paris Climate Change Treaty, which formally joined nearly 200 countries and a historical agreement with legally binding. This agreement, developed and developing countries by limiting the use of fossil fuels, it based on the global average temperature increase limit between 1.5 and 2 degrees. So we can say that the country is now under a legal obligation according to the amount of carbon dioxide they produce.
Just the beginning to limit the production of CO2 now because of this agreement each country. The biggest offenders (perhaps the first victims) are beginning to be restricted in this area for vehicles that use fossil fuels. As well as incentives and restrictions on bringing success to the countries in this area.
Norway world’s largest oil producer, despite being one of the cars sold in 2015, 9% of electric cars make up. Incentives behind this increase is taking place.
Tax deductions applied to the electric car space, free parking spaces are provided advantages such as free passage on the highway use and at first place in the world in the number of electric vehicles falling so per person.
Norway despite what all this makes it very intensely in the world producing oil and natural gas production could also buy CO2 hardly innocent. Probably therefore totally prohibits the new fossil fuel car sales in 2025.
In recent years the German companies was concerned for electric vehicles. Many companies began to R & D and production in this area. Germany’s CO2 output figures made despite little change after the very high exit appointed by Norway’s serious step in this area was second country.
Since 2030, Germany will have announced to ban the gasoline automobile production. Each vehicle will have produced will have zero emissions.
Germany, with incentives like these changes and Norway will begin to practice aims to boost electric car sales rapidly. Signed in Paris in 2015, the effects of Climate Change Agreement arise in this way.
We hope that, in the near future, the number of electric vehicles registered in the Baltic States will rise at the same pace as in Norway.
At Live, we invite you to study the benefits and incentives that purchasing a zero-emission vehicle offers here.
The following graph shows the trend in the market share held by electric vehicles, which currently accounts for 30% of the total.
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