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Europe’s carmakers are well behind the clock on producing enough electric vehicles to decarbonise by 2050, new analysis by T&E has found. It shows the biggest names are failing to live up to their promises and do not have a plan to get there. T&E says weak car CO2 regulations are putting the EU’s Green Deal at risk and could lead to wasted investments in European battery production.
This article first appeared on www.transportenvironment.org
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