Hamburg Leads the Way: Goodbye to Internal Combustion Engines in Germany’s First State

Hamburg Leads the Way: Goodbye to Internal Combustion Engines in Germany’s First State

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Hamburg is set to become the first German state to ban internal combustion engine taxis by 2025. This decision was made in order to reduce emissions and promote climate protection. Currently, 12% of Hamburg’s taxis are electric or hydrogen-powered, and transitioning the entire fleet would save 25,000 tons of CO2 annually. The project „Future Taxi“ has already seen 350 such cars on the streets of Hamburg, with 25 powered by hydrogen. 80% of these vehicles are managed by FREE NOW Germany & Austria, who have received positive feedback from both drivers and passengers. This decision is hoped to set an example for other states and countries across Europe.

Climate Protection and Renewable Energy

Climate protection is a critical issue facing the world today. To reduce our impact on the environment, it is essential to transition to renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydroelectric power. By investing in renewable energy sources, we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help protect our planet for future generations. Additionally, renewable energy sources are becoming increasingly cost-competitive with traditional fossil fuel sources of energy, making them an attractive option for businesses and households alike. With continued investment in renewable energy technologies, we can make a real difference in protecting our climate.
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