UK electric vehicle policy has evolved over the past two decades as zero- and low-emissions vehicles have steadily gained market share. In March 2023, the United Kingdom government launched the Zero-emissions Vehicle mandate. The mandate sets out yearly sales targets for original equipment manufacturers from 2024 until 2030. It culminates in all new car and van sales being zero emissions. Next year, in 2024, 22% of cars and 10% of vans must be ZEVs, rising to 80% and 70% in 2030, respectively.
In September the same year, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stunned environmentalists and climate scientists when he pushed the date back for the ban by five years to 2039 a u-turn on the policy.
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