Ireland is likely to ban diesel vehicles from 2030

 Ireland is likely to ban diesel vehicles from 2030

Over the next decade, Irish leaders want at least a third of the countrys cars to be electric. In addition, by 2050, the government hopes to achieve the goal of carbon neutrality.

If all goes according to plan, there will be about 936000 electric vehicles on the road in Ireland by 2030. (Note: this total includes pure electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles)

Battery driven vehicles such as the Porsche taycan have many advantages over internal combustion engine driven vehicles: they need fewer moving parts, have zero harmful emissions, provide instant torque for fast driving without noise, etc. But unfortunately, the battery technology still lags behind. The endurance of electric vehicles is often limited, and it will further weaken in cold weather. In addition, not every car owner can find a place convenient for their charging.

In response, the Irish government will also double the number of home electric vehicle chargers installed. In addition, it plans to establish public charging stations throughout the country.

Source: cnBeta editor in charge: Zhang Zutao, nt5054