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News that the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans will be banned in the UK and France by 2040 has been welcomed by the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce. Chamber believes it will have clear environmental benefits and will speed up the adoption of renewable electricity production.


The island is being urged to recognise the environmental and health advantages of the decision and investigate the infrastructure needed here.


Transport Sub-Committee Member Jenny Ozanne pointed out that many islanders are considering buying fully electric cars, as batteries have improved considerably and running costs are lower than for conventional vehicles. ‘There are also benefits from reductions in pollution, noise and energy waste.’






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