Is it time for a tougher tax on SUV gas-guzzlers?

James Murray
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Is it time for a tougher tax on SUV gas-guzzlers?

New UK Energy Research Centre report argues 2030 ban on new internal combustion engine cars needs to be supported by bolder policy measures throughout the 2020s

They are the three little letters that present the biggest challenge to efforts to decarbonise road transport: SUV. Over the past five years sales of electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrids have soared,...

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