Volkswagen The German government announced Wednesday that it plans to repair three factories to produce zero – emission electric vehicles despite stringent European regulations.
The automobile company, headquartered in Wolfsburg, said it would start producing electric vehicles at facilities in Emden and Hannover in 2022. Zwickau's factory was previously designed to produce this type of device.
Volkswagen's Gunnar Kilian staff said they guaranteed jobs for workers by 2028. The company said it can cut jobs "in a socially responsible way" because electric cars require fewer steps. Produce
Analysts say automakers need to add electric vehicles to the European Union's greenhouse gas emissions regulations by 2021.
Volkswagen and other automakers have made a lot of money to meet CO2 emission limits for diesel models with higher performance than gasoline, experts say, because greenhouse gases are causing global warming. However, sales of diesel engines in Europe declined as Volkswagen found that it had installed a computer program to pass emissions tests with Trap.
Because of this incident, VW paid more than EUR 28 billion ($ 31 million) for fines, legal settlements and other sanctions. Subsequent studies of diesel technology have shown that vehicles from other manufacturers emit more nitrogen oxide emissions under actual driving conditions than during testing. The EU announced a new test procedure on September 1 to measure emissions under actual operating conditions.
As diesel vehicle sales declined, manufacturers began shifting production to electricity units to meet new CO2 limits. Electricity sector accounted for 0.6% of vehicle sales in the EU last year, although demand has slowed due to increased costs and lack of convenient loading facilities.
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