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Acting on climate change: The plan for net zero emissions in the UK

Plans to achieve net zero carbon emissions in the UK appear to be accelerating,  according to this paper published in the Parliamentary Library.

Accelerating the planned, nationwide investment in public car chargers would be a great place to start, especially as the BIK benefit of zero emission EVs as company cars reduces to zero % in April 2020.

We should also expect a greater tax grab on diesels and polluting, larger engine petrol cars.

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