The sale of new cars with internal combustion engines is to be banned from 2035 according to the will of the EU Parliament. Then only passenger cars and light commercial vehicles should be offered, which do not emit greenhouse gases.
The EU Parliament's decision on a de facto ban on combustion engines in passenger cars is causing lively debate. Also in our editorial offices. springerprofessional.com editor Thomas Siebel and ATZ/MTZ editor-in-chief Alexander Heintzel comment on the parliament's decision in a "pro" and "con" section.
The current status of the energy transition in the heavy-duty sector - Due to the current situation created by Covid-19, the "17th International MTZ Conference on Heavy-Duty Engines 2022" will take place as a hybrid event this year.