Denmark, from 2030 the new hybrid and electric cars only


In Denmark from 2030 new diesel and petrol cars will no longer be sold, but only hybrids, electric cars and hydrogen. And from 2035 the sale of new hybrid cars will also be banned. This was announced by the Prime Minister, Lars Lokke Rasmussen, speaking in parliament, as reported by the euractiv.com website. 

"In just 12 years, we will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars - Rasmussen said - and in 17 years, every new car in Denmark will have to be an electric or zero-emission car."


The prime minister added that "in 2030 there will be one million electric or hybrid cars on the streets", but he admitted that "it will not be easy" to reach that goal. In 2017, electric cars accounted for only 0.4% of total new cars sold, while in Sweden they were 5.3% and in Norway 39%.

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