15 Dec 2020
Yes, again, the ecology that chokes automakers. True, if you look closely, then the initiative comes from them themselves
Judge for yourself, eight market players have signed an agreement to phase out the internal combustion engine. The players, by the way, are very large: Daimler Trucks, Scania, MAN, Volvo AB, DAF, Iveco and Ford Trucks. A complete failure should occur by 2040 – companies will focus on alternative power sources, including hydrogen and some kind of environmentally friendly fuel. Curiously, the initial failure was supposed to occur 10 years later. Perhaps the “screwing up” by the governments of the countries influenced the acceleration of the plans. I recall here Norway, which will give up cars with internal combustion engines by 2025, and completely.
At the same time, truck manufacturers have already announced their intentions to make serious investments in the development of alternative energy sources. Moreover, companies want to actively involve local scientific institutions in research.
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