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Discussion in 'Netherlands' started by Michael Russo, Dec 9, 2016.
@MichelT3 , and other Dutch friends (who read French...), this is 'voor U'!!
Thanks @Michael Russo , although it's 'old' news. The decision to abolish new ICE cars in 2035 was coupled to increase of road tax for ICE cars year by year. Major cities are banning older diesel cars already from their centres and plan to ban ICE cars completely by 2030. Realistic expectations are that ICE cars will loose their sale position by 2025 (maybe even by 2020), because the general public will see that their second hand value will drop to zero by 2030.
Ok, @MichelT3 , good to know. I'm never sure with the internet what is old and what is new, yet I try to make a difference as much as feasible and make sure to share what may be of interest to some or all! Have a nice evening!
@MichelT3 and other Dutch friends... check this out, from my brief visit to Rotterdam yesterday straight to the Twittersphere... via Teslarati!
Hi Michael. That's a nice store and service centre. I have never been there yet. Nearest to me is in Duiven, near Arnhem along the A12 motorway. Tesla is really integrated in my country.
The Netherlands go clean... Goedzo!!
Every effort should be applauded. Even though Eneco isn't a renewable energy company. It's just an energy company, providing with a mix; mostly fossil, partly quasi green, partly really renewable. 15 % less than what? Rather empty action in my opinion.