London: Under the Green Industrial Revolution, Britain will ban the sale of diesel and petrol cars (Petrol and Diesel vehicle sales) from 2030. It is part of Britain’s 10-point plan, which was revealed by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday. The British PM has set £12billion for the ambitious scheme, which is expected to create 2.5 million new jobs and will aim to make Britain carbon-free by 2050 as a result of the scheme.
The proposal also provides for increasing the production of wind energy by four times and enhancing the capacity of industry, transport, energy, and hydrogen production for households. Investment has also been made for ‘zero carbon emission’ in public transport. There is a similar scheme for platforms and ships. It will also focus on measures to encourage cycling and walking.
The government will spend £525 million for the development of large and small scale nuclear plants and new advanced modular reactors. However, his move may make environmentalists unhappy. PM Johnson hopes that this ambitious proposal will help reduce Britain’s regional inequality and reduce the economic losses caused by the Corona epidemic to some extent.