Hamburg Leads the Way in Greener Taxi Mobility

Hamburg Leads the Way in Greener Taxi Mobility

Hamburg is set to become the first German state to ban combustion engine taxis in 2025. This move is part of their plan to reduce emissions and save 25,000 tonnes of CO2 annually. Currently, 12% of Hamburg’s taxi fleet runs on electric or hydrogen power, which has already saved 2000 tonnes of CO2 each year. The project ‚Zukunftstaxi‘ has been a success with positive feedback from businesses and customers alike. 80% of the available low emission taxis are now being provided by FREE NOW, showing that all stakeholders in the mobility industry are working together for a greener future.

Reducing Emissions

The effects of climate change have become increasingly apparent in recent years, making it more important than ever to reduce emissions. Governments around the world are taking steps to reduce emissions by implementing policies such as carbon taxes, renewable energy targets and energy efficiency standards. Businesses are also taking action by investing in renewable energy sources and reducing their own carbon footprints. By working together, we can make a real difference in reducing emissions and helping to protect our planet for future generations.
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