The European Commission and Germany announced on Saturday that they have reached an agreement to unblock a key text of the EU climate plan on CO2 emissions from cars, by relaxing the ban on combustion engines after 2035.
We have reached an agreement with Germany on the future use of synthetic fuels in cars
,” European Environment Commissioner Frans Timmermans announced on Twitter.
Vehicles equipped with a combustion engine can be registered after 2035 if they only use neutral fuels in terms of CO2 emissions
,” said German Transport Minister Volker Wissing.