Biden Regime Mandates More Electric Vehicles

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The Biden Administration Pushes for Electric Vehicle Adoption Despite Challenges

Electric vehicles (EVs) have faced criticism for being unpopular, expensive, and questionably environmentally friendly. Despite these challenges, the Biden Regime is pushing forward to encourage more EV production from car companies while cracking down on gas-powered vehicle tailpipe emissions.

Details of the EPA Mandate

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is set to finalize a mandate this week, as reported by Fox News. The mandate is expected to incentivize greater adoption of EVs but has been met with criticism as a de facto mandate by opponents. Under this mandate, automakers will be required to expand their electric options by 2027, with the goal of reaching 67% electric vehicle purchases in various categories by 2032.

The proposal, introduced in April 2023 and set to take effect in 2027, aims to accelerate the transition to clean vehicles. The White House projects a significant reduction in oil imports, estimating a decrease of 20 billion barrels. This initiative is considered the most aggressive of its kind and aligns with President Biden’s climate agenda, targeting the transportation sector due to its substantial greenhouse gas emissions.

Despite challenges facing the EV market, the administration remains steadfast in its efforts to combat climate change and drive the adoption of electric vehicles across different vehicle categories.

Source: Fox News

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