Mobility: big ambitions, few specifics

New jobs are to be created in battery production. European battery IPCEIs are to be continued and German cell production expanded. However, automotive expert Ferdinand Dudenhoeffer criticizes that there are no specifics to be found anywhere, “neither in the financing nor in the measures, such as taxation of fossil fuels.” But: Germany is to become the “lead market for electromobility” and put 15 million fully electric cars on the road by 2030.

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