Monday, 15 August 2016

Join "Ban Diesel UK" Campaign: Netherlands Wants To Ban Non-Electric Car Sales By 2025.



  
  Now Netherlands are chasing Norway in the lithium race towards the clean air for its population. We deserve it all. The lithium technology is here, this move will provide the necessary kick-start to the whole New Energy economy based on Electric Cars, Solar and Wind with other renewable energy sources. 
  Our campaign "Ban Diesel UK" is gaining strength with more than 100,000 people reached across social media platforms. We need your help now. Please donate your RTs and Favs on TwitterLinkedIn and Facebook - share and spread the message.  


Join our #BanDieselUK campaign - go to this message RT and share! Spread the message, please.



London, Join "Ban Diesel UK" Campaign: We Still Can Beat Oslo - Norway To Ban Petrol And Diesel Cars By 2025.





  "Hey, London, while Norway is going back and forward let's beat Oslo and ban all diesel cars right now and all petrol ones  by 2020.  Our new Mayor has promised us all clean air. It is time to deliver! Read more."


Join our #BanDieselUK campaign - go to this message RT and share! Spread the message, please.






Join "Ban Diesel UK" Campaign: EU Encouraged Car Industry to Cheat, French Report Says.




  
Join our #BanDieselUK campaign - go to this message RT and share! Spread the message, please.


  "Our campaign "Ban Diesel UK" is gaining strength with more than 60,000 people reached across social media platforms. We need your help now. Please donate your RTs and Favs on TwitterLinkedIn and Facebook - share and spread the message.  Nothing will change before you will demand it as this new report from EuObserver shows. Below you can find links and my thoughts about DieselGate. It is not only Volkswagen and it is not only Diesel. 
  Nobody has right to take our health away, we can and must demand change from politicians. We can bring change ourselves: just vote with your wallet. It is quite stupid after all to pay yourself to poison your kids with cancer hazard diesel pollution. "Clean Diesel" scam is to deal with first now and then  with "Not So Dirty Petrol"  - Lithium Technology is here. Beautiful electric cars for the mass market are coming. GM Bolt and Tesla Model 3 will bring the first tide to move exponentially from below 1% in the worldwide sales of EVs and there are 25 companies in China already now are producing 51 models of electric cars so that all of us can have a choice of the best ones suiting everybody. Read French Report."







BREXIT DieselGate Fallout: Diesel Vehicle Purchases Banned By City Of London Corporation - Who Will Follow Now?



The City of London Corporation has also created the ‘City Air’ app, which offers low-pollution travel routes around the capital



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WHO: DieselGate Is A Cancer Problem - Auto Industry Calls "Not To Jeopardise Diesel As One Of Its Key Pillars."





  
  "The City Of London Corporation makes diesel cars the first casualty of Brexit breaking free from the corrupted EU protecting the automakers of diesel cars with cancer hazard emissions choking us all to death. Who will follow now the new sustainability benchmark in the UK? Let's not waste a good Brexit opportunity and ban all diesel cars right now in the UK and all petrol cars by 2020. We have the real chance to jump start the Energy rEVolution in the UK and make millions of high paid manufacturing jobs in the country providing affordable energy, electric cars and the real Energy Security to the Great Britain. It is time to make Britain The Great again.  Read more."









IBT:

Netherlands wants to ban non-electric car sales by 2025

The ruling Dutch Labour Party wants to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2025.



"The Netherlands is planning to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars by the year 2025. From that point on, new vehicles sold in the country must be electric or hydrogen powered and not use any fossil fuels. The ban has been heralded as a crucial move "to save the Earth".
The ban is an initiative outlined by the Dutch Labour Party, which currently governs the country as part of a coalition with the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy. First discussed in March, the initiative has since passed in the lower house of the Netherlands parliament and is now said to "likely become law."
Dutch politician and Labour Party member Jan Vos is the main legislator behind the project. Vos said recently: "We need to phase out CO2 emissions and we need to change our pattern of using fossil fuels if we want to save the Earth," reports Yale Climate Connection, adding that the proposed ban will likely become law.
The ambitious ban is to come into effect in 2025, but this will only be possible if electric car ownership becomes more affordable than it is today. "Transportation with your own car shouldn't be something that only rich people can afford," Vos said.
Cars like the Tesla Model 3, due on sale in late 2017, will help to bring down the cost of electric car ownership. It is expected to cost from around £30,000, half that of Tesla's larger vehicles. The ban would only apply to new vehicles, with owners of petrol and diesel cars still allowed to drive on Dutch roads as they do now.
Norway also wants to ban petrol and diesel car sales by 2025. Norway is the largest market for electric cars in the world, with such vehicles accounting for 24% currently on the road.
These blanket bans on new car sales are far more ambitious than in California. The US state, which is home to Tesla and regarded as one of the most forward-thinking states, is only aiming for 15% of new cars to be electric by 2025.
Meanwhile, Germany, home to some of the world's largest car makers, wants to ban the sale of non-electric cars by 2030. The move is part of a larger goal to cut the country's carbon dioxide output by between 80 and 95% by 2050.
But the German market has a long way to go. According to the KBA vehicle registration authority, about 130,000 hybrid and 25,000 all-electric cars were registered in the country as of January this year, compared to 30 million petrol cars and 14.5 million diesels."