It's not legally binding, but a ban on internal combustion could potentially spread across the entire European Union. Continue reading Germany calls for a ban on combustion engine cars by 2030
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The resolution is non-binding, but it's still a powerful signal.
Germany’s Bundesrat, the legislative body of the federal states in the country, passed a resolution in a recent meeting calling upon the European Union to ban anything but zero-emissions vehicles on EU roads within the next 14 years...
Germany's Senate voted in favor of no internal combustion engines. The EU decides for Europe, but often follows Germany's lead on automotive matters.
Germany’s Federal Council (Bundesrat) voted to approve a ban on new combustion engine vehicles beginning in 2030. This move solidifies the opinion outlined earlier this summer to slash emissions in privately owned passenger cars. Th...