Europe postpones vote, everything needs to be redone on diesel and gasoline engine ban

Europe postpones vote, everything needs to be redone on diesel and gasoline engine ban

Electric cars, Europe postpones everything to a later date. The European Union is postponing the approval of the new regulation that foresees the stop from 2035 of the sale of new diesel and gasoline cars. The vote, in fact, was postponed to a later date. “The Coreper (ambassadors’ meeting) will return to this matter in due course.” The announcement was made by a spokesman for the Swedish Presidency of the Union. However, great satisfaction is expressed by the exponents of the center-right who made this fight a real workhorse. «The vote in Europe on banning gasoline and diesel cars from 2035 has been postponed to a later date – writes Minister Salvini on Facebook – A great sign that also arrived thanks to the League: the voice of millions of Italians and of our government has been heard and proven to offer common sense arguments at international tables in defense of our history and our work. There is still a long way to go, but we will not sell to China. The League exists.”

Relief also from the Minister of the Environment, Gilberto Pichetto Fratin. “The new referral to the EU of the decision regarding the stoppage of thermal engines for 2035 takes into account, precisely, the strong resistance of some European countries, with Italy in the front row, to an excessively ideological and little concrete approach of the Regulation – writes the Minister of the Environment and Energy Security, Gilberto Pichetto – Italy – continues Pichetto – has a very clear position: electricity cannot be the only solution for the future, especially if it continues, as it does today, to be a supply chain for little. In addition, betting on renewable fuels – explains the minister – is a strategic and equally clean solution, which allows achieving important environmental results, avoiding heavy negative repercussions in terms of employment and production. The decarbonization of the transport sector, which continues to be a priority objective, must take into account national peculiarities and timings compatible with the development of the automotive sector. We hope that this pause will also allow other countries and the European institutions themselves to reflect more deeply on a topic that is so important for citizens and companies”.

Source: IL Tempo

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