Sustainable Mobility Promotion Law: The end of cars with internal combustion engines

The project seeks to transform the automotive industry and lead the shift towards the use of renewable energies.

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As part of a visit that the president Alberto Fernández made to the plant Toyota en Zárate a bill was presented that aims to boost the manufacture of electric cars with investments for 8.300 million y 21.000 jobs in the next 10 years.

The draft Sustainable Mobility Promotion Law proposes to create a promotional scheme for the automotive sector that contemplates tax benefits decreasing in time to accelerate investments.

Electric carsThe initiative, with which an accumulated saving of 10.7 million tons of CO2, suggests financing with 5.000 million to automotive terminals, with which they estimate to create 12.500 jobs.

They would also go 1.500 million to auto parts sectors, which would generate 6.000 new jobsand 1.800 million to the category of battery manufacturers, with 2.500 additional jobs.

In addition, the law proposes that as of 2041, vehicles with combustion engines cease to be sold in the national territory.

To achieve these objectives, the text sent to Congress indicates that a regime of benefits for 20 years, both for the demand (public buyer of vehicles) and for the supply (terminals, e-autoparts, manufacturers of batteries and chargers, etc.).

Financing will be made through the Sustainable Mobility Trust Fund (FODEMS) and promotion policies will be in charge of the National Agency for Sustainable Mobility, created at the request of this law, an R&D institution with specific promotional programs, focused on the matter.

Daniel Smith, President of Toyota Argentina and holder of the Automotive Manufacturers Association (ADEFA), celebrated the presentation of the law. “The automotive industry is undergoing a very large transformation globally and climate change is a common agenda. Argentine industry must take this path forward, it cannot miss the train of sustainable mobility. If we continue to work together with the government and the unions, we can achieve it ”, he claimed.

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Diego durruty

Journalist with 32 years of experience. Worked in magazines STROKE, The graphic, teammate y Only TC, on the Internet sites SportsYa!, y and on the radios Rock pop y He covered the Dakar rally for the German agency dpa. He is currently the director of the portals y, host the podcast motorbit and the magazine Two Daring Guys (Campeones Radio, Radio Arroba and Spotify). In addition, he is a columnist in WorldSport (AM 570) and teacher in SPORTS.

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  1. What the national government should do together with the provincial is to create a technical school in the city of Zarate and in the surrounding cities so that they have future trained personnel.

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