Germany stood up for them.
The European Union has postponed a vote on a ban on internal combustion engines indefinitely, as Germany opposed it. She wants to provide an exemption for synthetic fuel engines (e-fuel).
These fuels are produced from renewable sources using electricity. Test batches have been made for a long time, but they have not yet reached industrial volumes.
Previously it was assumed that the ICE ban was to come into force in 2035. A fundamental agreement on it in the European Union was reached last autumn. The vote was supposed to take place on March 7, but Germany spoke out literally at the last moment.
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Source: Automotive News Europe
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