Zero emission vehicles Contents


In November 2020, the Government published its Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, in which it committed to ending the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2030. All new vehicles will be required to have ‘significant zero emission capability’ (including plug-in hybrids and full hybrids) from 2030 and be 100% zero emission from 2035. However, to ensure that the Government has set achievable targets, a clear policy framework is now required to ensure that industry can deliver the vehicles and charging infrastructure needed to meet the Government’s ambition.

Uptake of zero emission vehicles

Charging infrastructure

The Government must:

Managing energy demand and smart charging

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