Study: loopholes in CO2 limit regulations

Loopholes in the EU directive on CO2 fleet limits for cars are delaying the electrification of road transport and delaying climate protection. This was the conclusion of a study by the environmental association Transport and Environment (T&E) presented on Monday. Without the weaknesses in the current EU rules, carmakers would have to sell 840,000 more purely electric cars to meet their targets, the organization says.

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