WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden said Thursday that the United States must “move fast” to win the future of the United States. .
Biden also wants cars to increase fuel mileage and cut off tail pollution by 2026. This marks a major step forward in reducing the emissions of climate change in the United States and fulfilling its promise to fight climate change. Motors for battery powered vehicles.
He also called for new changes and billions of federal electric vehicles – from batteries to semiconductors – in the United States. Investments.
Pointing to electric vehicles parked at the White House, the president announced “a vision for the future.”
“The question is whether we will lead in the race for the future or we will lag behind,” people said, as the rest of the world moves forward. We must reach it. ”
In good spirits, the president got into a battery-powered hybrid Jeep Rangler Rubicon and spun around the road after the party.
Earlier on Thursday, the administration announced that there will be new distance and anti-pollution standards from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation to halve US greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. New car sales will be 40% to 50% electric by 2030.
Both regulatory standards and autonomous automotive are included in the executive order signed by the target bus industry leaders and legislators.
The standards that must be met in the regulatory process change fuel economy and anti-pollution returns It took place under President Donald Trump. During that time, the short-term increase has decreased by 1.5% annually until 2026.
The new standards will increase fuel economy by 10% by cutting greenhouse gas emissions under Trump’s car model year 2023. According to the EPA statement, each model year will be 5% stronger by 2026. That is an increase of about 25% in four years.
A.D. The EPA estimates that the 2026 standards will be one of the toughest greenhouse gas emissions in U.S. history.
Still, consumers need to see how fast they can prepare for high mileage, low-emission vehicles on low-fuel VVs. The 2030 EV targets are ultimately unstoppable, and the industry needs billions of dollars in electric-vehicle investments in Congress to achieve those goals.
As of June, only 2.2% of all electric vehicles were owned, according to Edmund Dot estimates. That’s up 1.4% from the same period last year.
After the economic downturn in 2008, he maintained his position in the car industry as a “car man,” and Blue Colta’s political personality was combined with the support of union workers and his vice president. He told General Motors general manager Mary Bara that he wanted to book a test drive.
“I have a promise from Mary – I can drive when they make the first electric curvature,” he said. “Right, Mary? You think I’m joking. I’m not kidding. ”
For the worried scientists, Dove Cook, a documentary analyst for the Vehicles, said that the new rules were being revised by Trump and that they were close to meeting the final steps taken during Barack Obama’s presidency.
However, he acknowledged that the cookie rules would extend the life span of a double loan to comply with the requirements of each electric vehicle sold. That, he said, would allow more emissions than internal combustion vehicles.
Last week, the Associated Press and other news outlets reported that the Binden administration was discussing the issue of low-mile automobiles with motorists, but they have since strengthened. The change came after local groups publicly complained that they were too weak.
Transportation is the only major U.S. contribution Climate change.
The agreement with the motorists states that electric vehicles such as plug-in hybrids, fully electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cells are damaged.
Environmental groups welcomed the move, but said the administration should act quickly.
“It is clear how climate change has turned our climate into a crisis, and we need to accelerate growth,” said Simon Mui, a member of the Natural Resources Protection Council.
Scientists say global warming is causing global warming, rising sea levels, and worsening wildfires, droughts, floods, and hurricanes around the world.
Many automobiles have already announced similar sales goals with the government. Last week, Ford’s chief executive said it expects 40% of its global sales by 2030 to be fully electric. General Motors said it only wants to sell electric passenger vehicles. 2035. Stellantis, formerly Fiat Chrysler, By 2030, it promises more than 40% of electric vehicles.
Obama-era standards Trump Trump playback will require new vehicles to get 29 megabytes planned for driving in the “real world” in 2026. Cook said the distance should be the same as 37 mpg, according to the Biden EPA. Obama’s laws had to be fulfilled.
In a joint statement, General Motors, Stellantis and Ford indicated that they would like to lead the United States in the near future when their electric-vehicle pledges are transferred from combustion vehicles.
He said such a “dramatic shift” from the US market today could only be achieved through policies that include incentives for electric vehicle purchases, adequate government funding for power stations and the expansion of the supply chain.
The United Car Workers Union has expressed concern about the speeding EV transition due to potential impact on industrial operations, 40% to 50% EV does not promise to approve the target. But it will not only support the production of vehicles, but also the support of the President to support our ability to produce at a good salary and benefits domestically.
Binden on Thursday repeatedly praised the virtues of American workers and said that climate change challenges could provide an opportunity for “good-wage labor unions.”
With the transition from internal combustion to electric power, piston, fuel needles, and mufflers are now being replaced by lithium-ion battery packs, electric motors, and heavy-duty wiring harnesses.
Many of these units are now built overseas, including in China. Biden made the development of the American Electric Vehicle Supply Chain a key part of his plan to create his own industry.
$ 7.5 billion in aid to build charging stations in dual infrastructure account for Senate passage, About half of the original proposal. He wanted $ 15 billion for 500,000 stations, tax credits, and money to buy electric vehicles.
Cresher reports from Detroit. Associated Press contributors Tesfa Yen, Jonathan Lemir and Sister Borentine from Washington.