Ban the sale of petrol vehicles in 2035! The International Energy Agency is in a hurry: Germany and Japan are too much resistance

time:2023-01-27 04:41:44 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Loudspeaker box
Ban the sale of petrol vehicles in 2035! The International Energy Agency is in a hurry: Germany and Japan are too much resistance

News on September 25th, the International Energy Agency (IEA) recently stated that the popularity of new energy vehicles is too slow to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, calling on all countries to take action and ban the sale of fuel vehicles globally before 2035. Source: pixabay After entering the 21st century, countries have paid more and more attention to environmental protection, and environmental protection departments have asked countries to reduce carbon emissions and the use of fossil fuels. As a major source of carbon emissions and fossil fuels, the automobile industry has attracted much attention, and all kinds of new energy vehicles have followed. At present, the highest-selling new energy vehicles on the market are electric vehicles, which are powered by electricity, followed by hydrogen energy vehicles, which use liquid hydrogen as an energy source. After these years of development, the sales of electric vehicles have been very impressive, but the sales still cannot be compared with gasoline vehicles. At the request of international environmental protection organizations and energy departments, many car companies around the world signed agreements to ensure that they will stop selling fuel vehicles around 2035. However, two car companies objected to banning the sale of fuel vehicles so early, believing that the ban on fuel sales has not yet arrived. Car time, they are Volkswagen and Toyota. Source: pixabay I believe everyone has guessed the reason. Volkswagen and Toyota are the top two car companies in the world. The sales of fuel vehicles are very impressive, and they are definitely not willing to give up the fuel vehicle industry. In fact, Japan's attitude towards electric vehicles is not very friendly, because traditional car companies such as Toyota and Honda are too large and involve too many supply chains. Toyota Motor CEO Akio Toyoda has said that if Japan bans the sale of fuel vehicles, at least 5.5 million people will lose their jobs. Obviously, with the advent of the era of new energy vehicles, traditional car companies are facing difficulties in turning around. We can't pin all our hopes on the new car-making forces. At present, most of the new car-making forces are still in a state of loss, and we may not know when they will go out of business. Moreover, the production capacity of the new car-making forces is limited, and they generally have a large backlog of orders. Meet the requirements of energy saving and emission reduction. Source: pixabay More importantly, from the market perspective, it is not realistic to stop the sale of fuel vehicles in 2035. Countries or regions such as China, the United States and Europe have the ability to popularize electric vehicles, but most third world countries simply do not have the ability to improve It is impossible to talk about the construction of charging piles and the popularization of electric vehicles. We all know the importance of environmental protection, but the International Energy Agency also needs to take into account the actual situation in the world. There is still a long way to go to ban the sale of fuel vehicles, and it is expected to take at least half a century, waiting for third world countries to develop and have the ability to build charging facilities. Cover image source: pixabay

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