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01.02.2019 - 15:06

The Norway factor in CO2 emissions

Despite Norway not being a part of the European Union, they will be included in the overall CO2 emissions figures with their European neighbours. And not only that, electric vehicles sold in Norway count twice when it comes to fleet emissions.

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20.12.2018 - 12:58

New EU laws make Volkswagen ramp up on EVs

In the light of new EU laws on CO2 emissions for passenger cars, Volkswagen has had to rethink its electrification policy and produce more EVs than planned. This means more EV models and more manufacturing plants.

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13.12.2018 - 18:44

Finnish Task Force calls for fuel tax + EV incentives

The Finnish Ministry of Transport had asked a Task Force to analyse how the country may reach its goal to eliminate CO2 emissions in the transport sector by 2045. Their final report is out and proposes a range of measures that alternate between the carrot and the stick.

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12.12.2018 - 16:03

EU fails to agree on emissions targets for new cars

The European Parliament, the EU Commission and the member states led by the Austrian Council Presidency have postponed their talks in the dispute over stricter climate protection targets for new cars in the EU. So far they have not been able to reach an agreement.

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14.11.2018 - 18:01

EU Parliament agrees on CO2 reduction targets for trucks

The EU Parliament has voted in favour of binding CO2 limits for trucks. In their resolution, parliamentarians decided on stronger reduction targets than those proposed by the EU Commission. Parliament wants CO2 reduction targets for trucks with a 20 percent reduction by 2025 and 35 percent by 2030.

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19.10.2018 - 17:35

EU agrees on draft for emissions limits for trucks

The EU Parliament’s environmental committee has made the first step towards a legal CO2 emission limit for trucks. The plan to reduce CO2 emissions by 35% from trucks by 2035 has been approved, with an interim goal of 20% set for 2025.

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10.10.2018 - 15:38

EU member states toughen CO2 emission stance – a bit

35 percent – this is the value the ministers of the 28 EU member states managed to agree on during their long hours of negotiating limits of carbon dioxide emissions of new cars. The measure will only come into effect by 2030 and still has to pass Parliament.

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11.09.2018 - 17:00

Iceland launches ambitious Climate Strategy

The Icelandic government has launched its new Climate Strategy today aiming for the country to be carbon neutral before 2040. The plan includes 34 measures ranging from a ban on new sales of ICEs by 2030 and the decarbonisation of transport to carbon-curbing measures such as reforestation.

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23.07.2018 - 18:19

France sharpening emissions law

France has announced sharper regulations for the ecological tax, and will lower the threshold for acceptable emissions. The previous 120 grams/km will now be lowered to 117 grams per kilometre, starting in 2019.

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16.06.2018 - 15:44

Ikea to deliver emissions-free as of 2025

The Swedish furniture manufacturer has announced ambitious goals for their sustainability strategy for 2030. The goal is to electrify 25% of deliveries by 2020, and to completely electrify the delivery fleet by 2025.

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15.05.2018 - 15:39

EU pushes to cut CO2 emission from trucks by 30%

The call to cut CO2 emissions continues with the EU now explicitly targeting trucks for the first time. Greenhouse gas emission by transport’s heavy weights is to be reduced by 30 percent by 2030, a draft states that will be out for review this Thursday.

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06.05.2018 - 15:56

Norway to protect fjords with zero-emission zone

Norway is planning on creating the first zero-emissions zone on water. The parliament has accepted a resolution which would see emissions banned in the world heritage fjords “as soon as technically possible and no later than 2026”.

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19.12.2014 - 09:55

CO2, Terra Motors, Spyker, Akia Ultra, BYD, Tesla.

CO2 comparison: Transport and Environment has analysed average new car emissions in European countries. The Netherlands is the first country to bring CO2 emissions below 110 g/km and its average of 109,1 g/km is the lowest in the EU. Germany’s 136,1 g/km places it among the highest carbon emitters together with Sweden, Poland and Finland. The report further found that taxation if differentiated by CO2 makes a huge difference.
automotive-business-review.com, evfleetworld.co.uk, transportenvironment.org

Terra-Motors-TrikeElectric rickshaws for India: Japanese Terra Motors presents its electric three-wheeler R6 set to launch in India from 2015. Another two versions are to follow and Terra Motors believes it could sell up to 10,000 electric rickshaws in the first year already.
techinasia.com, autocarpro.in

Spyker bankrupt: A Dutch court spoke its final verdict and sent the sports carmaker into bankruptcy. However, Spyker is determined to stick to its restructuring plan and to merge with an American electric aircraft manufacturer and develop electric sports cars (we reported).
jalopnik.com

Iranian-Chinese e-bus cooperation? Akia Ultra, Iran’s largest bus maker, plans to visit Chinese BYD next month to talk about a possible partnership for electric buses. While BYD is looking to increase its business to meet growing demand, Akia Ultra offers production capabilities for 1,500 buses annually.
just-auto.com, chinadaily.com.cn

Tesla to sell in Indonesia: The Model S could become available in the archipelago by January 2015. It would be sold through an existing luxury car dealership rather than Tesla Stores as demand is expected to be low initially.
techinasia.com

Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2014/12/19/co2-terra-motors-spyker-akia-ultra-byd-tesla/
19.12.2014 09:55