Germany puts 100 billion euros on the plate for the reduction of polluting emissions



Green turn for Germany, which puts on the table a maxi plan for the reduction of polluting emissions. A package that includes 360-degree interventions, some of which are dedicated to electric mobility. Overall, this ambitious plan will see an investment of 100 billion euros by 2030, of which 54 by 2024. The ultimate goal is to be able to reduce CO2 emissions by 55% by 2030. An important goal that Germany aims to achieve at all costs, given that it will miss the target of reducing CO2 emissions by 2020 instead.

As part of this package, as mentioned, a series of incentives for electric mobility. Entering into the specifics of what was approved, Germany aims to have on its streets, by 2030, about 1 million columns for recharging electric cars. Infrastructure needed to push people to embrace electric cars as the German government's goal is to put between 7 and 10 million electric cars on the roads by 2030.

To support the purchase of this category of cars, Germany will also establish new and greater incentives for electric cars under 40 thousand euros. It will start in 2021. To push people towards electric mobility, Germany will make more expensive the use of cars equipped with endothermic engines. New taxes will come for the more polluting and above all the cost of petrol and diesel will be progressively increased . Commuters will still be able to count on greater tax deductions on fuels.

A full-bodied plan that will in any case also affect heating systems and agriculture. While Germany is aiming decisively towards a greener future, in Italy the tax bonus of 2 thousand euros is still being discussed.



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