Germany's Bundesrat votes to ban the internal combustion engine by 2030
The resolution is non-binding, but it's still a powerful signal.
Jonathan M. Gitlin - Oct 10, 2016 2:46 pm UTC
Is the tide turning for the internal combustion engine? In Germany, things are starting to look that way. This is the country that invented the technology, but late last week, the Bundesrat (the federal council of all 16 German states) voted to ban gasoline- and diesel-powered vehicles by 2030.
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