The planned economic system of the CCP has a prohibition policy universally applicable

On August 22nd, the People’s Government of Hainan Province reportedly released the Hainan Province carbon peak implementation plan with the goal of having 100% new and replacement vehicles run on clean energy by 2025 in the public service sector and social operations. The sale of fuel-powered vehicles will be fully outlawed on the island by 2030.

On June 29th, member states of the EU decided to halt the sale of internal combustion engines in their countries by 2035. On June 8th, the European Parliament had earlier introduced a proposal to ban the sale of new fuel-fired vehicles in the EU by 2035.

The European Commission suggested a ban on fuel-fired vehicles for 2035 on July 14th, 2021. The proposal calls for a 55 percent decrease in CO2 emissions from cars in 2030 compared to 2021 and a 100 percent reduction by 2035. Starting in 2035, the EU plans to stop registering and selling new fuel-powered vehicles on its soil. The proposal also calls for the development of 3.5 million charging stations by 2030 and over 1 million stations in Europe by 2025. A charging station must be put in place every 60 kilometers of the highway, and a hydrogen refueling station every 150 kilometers. The petrol vehicle era in Europe would come to an end if this bill is passed.

The Communist China Hainan wants to outlaw the sale of fuel-powered vehicles on the entire island in 2030, five years earlier than the EU, while the EU intends to do so in 2035. The adoption of green environmental protection is something that the entire world should support, and the EU passed the bill with the aid of corresponding tools and services. In contrast, the CCP dictatorship is steadily moving up the ladder, using slogans to outdo other countries’ policies, chasing the world with catchphrases, or interfering with the market with a one-size-fits-all stance under the planned economy system of arbitrary policies.

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