Britain ready to ban gasoline and diesel engines vehicles

Britain ready to ban gasoline-diesel vehicles on roads from 2030, aiming to reduce carbon to zero.

The UK will ban sales of new cars and vans powered by gasoline and diesel engines from 2030, faster than the previous five-year plan, according to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s policy to reduce its carbon footprint to zero internally. Year 2050

“Now is the time to plan to restore the environment with highly skilled work. This will please people in knowing they are helping to make the country cleaner, greener and more beautiful, ”Johnson wrote in a column published in the Financial Times on Tuesday.

The UK became the first G7 country to set a zero-carbon target by 2050 in law last year. Which will lead to big changes in the field of travel Including the energy consumption of the UK

For the budget to use with this reform plan. It will take money from the government in the amount of 1.2 billion pounds (about 4.82 billion baht). which is three times more than the private sector and will create jobs. As well as increasing your skills in environmentally friendly jobs to 250,000 jobs by 2030.

The deadline for banning gasoline and diesel vehicles has been up five years faster than the 2035 one that Prime Minister Johnson had announced in February. 

The government will provide a total grant of 582 million pounds (about 23.4 billion baht) for those purchasing non-polluting or low-carbon cars. To make the price lower.

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