EU proposes 30% cut in C02 car emissions (2)

Incentives and sanctions, moving ahead on electric

(ANSA) - Brussels, November 8 - The European Union's Mobility Commission is proposing EU automakers be mandated to have a fleet on the market by 2030 that produces 30% less C02 emissions compared to 2021 levels, as part of the Commission's Clean Mobility Package. An intermediate target of 15% by 2025 is included in the package to help ensure automakers reach the 2030 target. The package also includes an incentive mechanism for automakers that exceed their clean automobile and van quota, and sanctions of 95 euros per gram of emissions for each vehicle over the limit.