by Chris Black
ICE stands for internal combustion engine, and the EU just put an end to it because muh climate change.
You see goy, this is a totally organic political movement banning efficient forms of energy for more expensive ones.
I also learned the other day that parts of Brazil have banned plastic bags along with straws, following the globohomo agenda.
With 340 out of 640 votes, the EU Parliament in Strasbourg approved the end of the combustion engine from 2035.
In concrete terms, this means that from then on, registrations for brand-new cars with combustion engines will no longer be permitted.
Used cars are not affected.
The draft law is part of the EU’s “Fit for 55” climate package, which aims to reduce harmful emissions by 55 percent by 2030 compared to 1990 levels and to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. EU states, the Commission and the European Parliament had already agreed last year on the combustion engine off, and the MPs have now formally given the green light again.
The agreement stipulates that only emission-free cars and vans will be newly registered.
A point of contention in the negotiations was whether there should be an exception for cars running on synthetic fuels. These so-called e-fuels are usually produced from water and CO2 using electricity.
According to the October agreement, the EU Commission should examine whether vehicles with such a combustion engine could still be registered in the future.
At the instigation of the FDP, the federal government had campaigned at EU level to ensure that e-fuels were not excluded from the outset.
EU-Parlament beschließt – Verbrenner-Aus für Neuwagen! t.co/R7wL4lq4Gs
— BILD (@BILD) February 14, 2023
I’m sure this won’t have a catastrophic impact on Europe.
The only question is if the EU will still exist in 2035.
Europe died when the good guys lost WW2.