Ban on sale of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030 as UK declares “inexperienced revolution” – BBC Information
The UK authorities has introduced plans for what it says is a “inexperienced industrial revolution” – to be able to ship the UK goal of internet zero carbon emissions by 2050.
From 2030 the sale of recent diesel-only and petrol-only vehicles will probably be banned, a decade sooner than initially deliberate.
There will probably be extra money for brand new nuclear energy, together with 16 mini nuclear vegetation.
There’s a goal to exchange 600,000 fuel boilers a 12 months by 2028 by putting in low-energy warmth pumps.
The UK authorities has dedicated £four billion to the plan — and hopes 250,000 new jobs will probably be created within the inexperienced sector.
Huw Edwards presents BBC Information at Ten reporting by enterprise editor Simon Jack.