New York has passed legislation that will ban all sales of fossil fuel-powered cars by 2035. With this law, it is predicted that greenhouse gas emissions will decrease by up to 35 percent.

The US Senate and legislature of the state of New York has passed legislation that requires all new cars to be zero-emissions by 2035 and bans the sale of fossil fuel-powered vehicles. It was stated that this law will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 35 percent.

It was also stated that the law will help New York state achieve an 85 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, one of its climate-related goals.


In New York, where it is stated that approximately 1 percent of the new vehicles sold are fully electric vehicles, it was emphasized that with the new law, it is necessary to work harder with the representatives in the zero-emission vehicle market until the end of the year.

Until 2035, it has been announced that they will start working to put their off-road vehicles and equipment on sale under reasonable conditions with zero emission features. The new law also required medium and heavy-duty vehicles to be sold in New York to be zero-emissions by 2045.

With the law, it is planned to install electric vehicle charging units on a large scale in the state. It was decided to position these units in apartments, markets, shopping centers and parking areas.

Last year, sales of fossil fuel-powered cars were banned in California until 2035, and Massachusetts made the same decision. In the meantime, the same law was tried to be passed in Washington, but it was rejected by the governor Jay Inslee.

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