Government eyes legally-binding zero emission vehicle sales targets from 2024

Michael Holder
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Sales of electric vehicles continue to surge in the UK and beyond | Credit: iStock
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Sales of electric vehicles continue to surge in the UK and beyond | Credit: iStock

Proposals for Zero Emission Vehicle mandate launched for consultation in bid to accelerate adoption of electric cars and vans through to 2035

The government has unveiled further details of its plan to set legally-binding minimum sales targets for zero emission cars and vans from 2024, after yesterday launching a nine-week consultation over proposals...

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