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US News: United Kingdom: mandatory electric vehicle terminals in new buildings from 2022

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the installation of a recharge point for electric vehicle will be mandatory in England in The new buildings and in the context of "major renovations" from 2022, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Monday. The Government hopes that 145,000 new recharge points will be created each year thanks to this new regulation, while the United Kingdom set at 2030 the prohibition of sales of new petrol and diesel vehicles in the country.

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Boris Johnson was speaking on Monday morning in front of British business leaders at the annual conference of the CBI employer organization, judging that "the pandemic", "supply chain problems" or "prices of Energy "and" Labor Shortages "are still weighing on the British economy.

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The British Prime Minister has called for a "green industrial revolution", to help the British economy bounce back after the pandemic but also to keep its promise of a rebalancing between the South and the north of the country. "There are limits to what the government can do," said Boris Johnson, ensuring that the private sector is the "real engine of growth".

The United Kingdom had brought together the end of October investors and multinationals on the occasion of a summit to finance its "green revolution" , for which it set the objective of attracting 90 billion pounds of private investment by 2030. The obligation to build new terminals for electric vehicles will apply in England "from next year" to the constructions of "new houses and buildings such as supermarkets or workplaces" as well as that for buildings undergoing "a major renovation", said the Prime Minister's services in a statement.

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Companies Breeding North

The Government specifies so far so far the construction of "more than 250,000" home refill points and on workplaces. A little over a week after the end of Cop26 in Glasgow, Scotland, after which he had recognized a certain "disappointment", Boris Johnson announced on the Monday a program of loans to SMEs and projects related to renewable energies.

After "long suffering from deindustrialization", the United Kingdom can bounce through "the emerging industries, particularly in the field of biotechnology, space and cybersecurity," said Monday Tony Danker, General Manager of the CBI. Hydrogen, wind, electric vehicles: the objective of the United Kingdom to reach carbon neutrality in 2050 "creates a unique opportunity for the United Kingdom industrial centers to be at the forefront of this new industrial revolution", according to him .

But if the companies "share wholeheartedly" the will to rebalance the country, the new government rail strategy, announced at the end of last weekend and which provides for the abandonment of a high-speed line section north. -Is of the country, must be improved according to him. This decision has "bruised" companies in the north of the country, criticized Tony Danker, calling on the government to find "a better way".

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