Why UK is the leading country for electric cars?

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Why UK is the leading country for electric cars?

Why UK is the leading country for electric cars? It was also possible after in the country opened he first distributor only dedicated to electric cars, by Gridserve company. The construction of another hundred plants should be posisble in the cominmg months and years.

We have to recall that United Kingdom should eliminating petrol and diesel cars by 2030. CEO of Gridserve Toddington Harper said: “Today's announcement represents an important milestone in achieving Gridserve's purpose of providing sustainable energy and shifting the needle on climate change.

It is our collective responsibility to prevent greenhouse gas emissions from escalating further, and electric vehicles powered by clean energy are a large part of the solution. However, charging needs to be done easily and worry-free, which is why we designed our Electric Forecourts entirely around the needs of drivers, upgrading the traditional gas station model for a CO2-neutral world and offering safety that people need.

Making the switch to electric transportation today, a full decade before the 2030 ban on petrol and diesel cars. Together with our electric vehicle leasing business including charging, which we are also launching in partnership with Hitachi Capital PLC, people now have the full confidence to make the transition to an electric vehicle, knowing that charging is within reach.

out of hand, and it is actually cheaper to use an electric car than an alternative to petrol or diesel."

City of London green from 2030!

Boris Johnson said: "We thought we would have an easier year, but not even the Coronavirus can stop our commitment and our battle against climate change.

With this 10-point plan, we will become the leading country to the world for wind power, we will reduce emissions in the UK to zero by 2050 and create hundreds of thousands of new jobs." Wind energy quadrupled to 40 gigawatts capacity by 2030, thus supplying it to every home on British soil, creating 60,000 jobs.

Then there is hydrogen, which will play a central role: the goal is to reach 5 gigawatts of production capacity by 2030, the date by which the government aims to power the heating of an entire British city with this technology.

Stop the sale of petrol or diesel cars from 2030, with the target of zero carbon monoxide from the mufflers within the following five years: from 2030 purchases only of electric or hybrid cars will be allowed, and therefore will be destined 1, 3 billion pounds for the installation of new charging stations throughout the country, as well as incentives to scrap the old car and take a new generation one up to 582 million.

Among other things, an important technological development is expected for the capture and storage of CO2 in the atmosphere. An estimated 250,000 new total jobs between now and 2030, especially, said Johnson, in the decadent industrial areas of central and northern England, those which happened to be decisive in the electoral triumph of last December by the premier.

In addition, a stop to the sale of petrol or diesel cars from 2030 throughout the United Kingdom. And all this project, in addition to the aforementioned zero emissions by 2050, will begin in 2021. There will also be an increase in the use of nuclear power is also expected, considered by the British government as clean energy net of waste and other problems: smaller and more efficient reactors planned, for a total of 10 thousand new jobs and a cost of about 600 million of Euro.

Johnson's government plans to remove ten million tons of carbon dioxide by 2030, especially in those cities, areas and locations that symbolize the industrial revolutions of past centuries, thanks to investments for a billion pounds and 50,000 new jobs.

The use of public transport and bicycles will be encouraged and extended even more, in the city and outside: 5 billion allocated here too. At least 30,000 hectares of trees will be planted a year.