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How To View The Development Of New Energy Vehicles

How To View The Development Of New Energy Vehicles

How To View The Development Of New Energy Vehicles




Prior to this, the European Parliament has passed the "2035 European Agreement on Zero Emissions of New Fuel Cars and Minivans" (hereinafter referred to as the "Agreement"), and is scheduled to vote on it on March 7. However, Germany and Italy have publicly opposed this.


On March 3, local time, Sweden, the EU's rotating presidency, said that the EU had postponed the vote and did not give a new date for the vote.


In fact, the above-mentioned "Agreement" is already in the late stage of the EU's legislative process, and it is quite rare to cancel it when the voting day is approaching. It is also considered to have directly exposed the difficult-to-bridge cognitive gap between the EU and member states.





As one of the "troika" of the EU, why did Germany take the lead in opposing the "Agreement"? You must know that the current President of the European Commission von der Leyen is from Germany.


A senior person in the environmental protection work of an international multilateral organization said that the Green Party entered the coalition government for the first time in Germany’s current government, but there are obvious differences in the concepts and demands of the Social Democratic Party, the Green Party and the Liberal Democratic Party in terms of environmental protection and energy. was "uploaded" to EU level. Germany's current coalition government cannot agree on a position.





Unlike Germany, Italy is mainly worried about employment.


"Italy's position is very clear - electric (cars) cannot be the only solution for the future." Italian Energy Minister Gilberto Pichetto Fratin said cars running on "renewable fuels" should be considered "equally clean". "s Choice.


Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Transport Minister Matteo Salvini said the plan was "pointless" and would put thousands of jobs at risk.


For Italy, the transition to pure electric vehicles has come with social costs. Stellantis Group announced on Monday that it would lay off 2,000 people, accounting for about 4.3% of its 47,000 employees. The company has cut more than 7,000 jobs over the past three years, according to the Italian Manufacturing Workers' Federation (FIOM).


Earlier, Ford Motor Company announced that in order to cut costs and transition to electric vehicles, it will lay off about 11% of its employees in Europe, involving 3,800 jobs. Among them, workers in Germany and the United Kingdom will be hit the hardest. About 2,300 and 1,300 jobs were cut, respectively.





The editor believes that the development of new energy is an inevitable trend.


On the one hand, it is due to environmental protection. The global environment is facing great pressure and severe challenges, especially air pollution. Automobile exhaust is regarded as one of the chief culprits of air pollution by default.


On the other hand, the world's overall oil resources are scarce, and many countries that rely on oil imports can get rid of the predicament to a large extent by developing new energy vehicles. Taking China as an example, it has few oil resources, but abundant coal reserves, abundant water resources, and the world's top nuclear power technology and solar energy technology. If new energy vehicles can replace fuel vehicles, they will not be controlled by others on energy issues.


Maybe some people will say: In this way, won't many people lose their jobs? This is like the sudden rise of e-commerce that year, which has had an impact on the physical industry. Artificial intelligence, which is popular recently, will also replace many people's jobs. Everything has advantages and disadvantages, but it is undeniable that the advantages they bring outweigh the disadvantages, and these are "the crystallization of human wisdom".





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