Denmark aims to get at least 775,000 electric and hybrid cars on the roads by 2030

Cristian Hatis 1 Min Read

Denmark aims to get at least 775,000 electric and hybrid cars on the country’s roads by 2030, Reuters reports.

There are currently only about 20,000 electric cars in Denmark, a fraction of the 2.7 million cars currently on the country’s roads.

Copenhagen has set an ambitious target of decreasing greenhouse gas emissions by 70% by 2030.

The plan, for which the government will set aside 2.5 billion Danish kroner ($ 407.62 million), will be revised in 2025, when new measures will be taken to reach one million zero-emission cars in Denmark until 2030.

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