According to Automotive News Europe, German Deputy Minister of Economy Rainer Baake said that by 2030 all new cars registered in Germany must meet zero emissions standards to reduce air pollution.
Rainer Baake said that unless Germany can greatly reduce traffic pollution, the goal of reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 95% by 2050 will be difficult to achieve. Since the age of automobiles is generally 20 years, new registered diesel and gasoline vehicles need to transition to zero-emission electric vehicles within the next 15 years.
The German Cabinet this year promised to provide subsidies to consumers who bought electric vehicles to boost sales of electric vehicles. In countries such as China, Norway and France, buyers of pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids can enjoy cash discounts. The German Environment Agency said that electric vehicle incentives and tax incentives stimulate consumer demand, helping to achieve the goal of 500,000 electric vehicles on the road by 2020.
According to the Center for Automotive Management (CAM) forecast, the proportion of pure electric vehicles on the road in Germany in 2025 may increase from 0.6% this year to 8%.
According to data released by the German Federal Motor Vehicle Administration KBA, as of January 2016, compared with 30 million gasoline vehicles and 14.5 million diesel vehicles registered in Germany, about 130,000 plug-in hybrid vehicles and 25,000 pure electric vehicles Cars.
According to data released by the KBA of the Federal Motor Vehicle Administration of Germany, in January 2016, compared with 30 million gasoline vehicles and 14.5 million diesel vehicles registered in Germany, the number of plug-in hybrid vehicles registered is about 130,000, and the number of pure electric vehicles is 25,000.