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ICE demise greatly exaggerated: Germany, Norway and the Netherlands have no plans to ban fossil fuel vehicles


Confusion over conference speeches and reports have lead some to believe that some countries will force the sale of EVs The past month saw a flurry of reports stating that Germany, Norway and the Netherlands were considering bans on the sale of traditionally powered vehicles. Rainer Baake, State Secretary at …

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Tesla claims it was excluded from German incentives on purpose


Germany’s recently unveiled EV incentive programme may be popular with German automakers, but the decision has not been welcomed by EV giant Tesla. At the end of April, Germany unveiled a €1.2 billion incentive and investment programme to boost the adoption of electric cars in the country. However, the plan, …

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Germany announces EV incentives…but Tesla left out for now

Germany’s 1 billion euro EV scheme looks set to go ahead, with help from reluctant manufacturers. Last week the German government unveiled a 1 billion euro incentive plan designed to increase the uptake of EVs. Under the new measures, unveiled by Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble on April 27, buyers of …

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