Ireland plans to ban sale of petrol and diesel cars from 2030

Ireland decided to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030 as part of a major strategy to protect the environment.
It is one among the 180 measures of the Irish government published in the ‘Climate Action Plan’.
They plan to have 950,000 electric vehicles on Irish roads supported by a network of charging stations.
This plan also includes the elimination of non-recyclable plastic and higher fees for plastic items which are difficult to recycle.
To this, the government decided to invest in a nationwide charging network.
Their main objective is to transition to a low-carbon to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The ban of the sale of new fossil fuel cars, they would stop granting National Car Test (NCT) certificates to such vehicles by 2045. 

About Ireland 
Capital : Dublin 
Prime Minister. Leo Varadkar 
President :Michael D. Higgins
Currency: Euro

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