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Diesel and petrol cars will no longer be sold in Hainan province of China

by Futures Centre, Feb 6
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Beginning March 1st 2019 in the Hainan province of China, internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEs) will no longer be sold.  The ban, which includes both petrol and diesel cars, will be the first of its kind in China. Hainan, with a population of more than 9 million residents, aims to entirely eliminate ICEs in the province by 2030 and is rapidly installing EV charging infrastructure in service of its objective.

 

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