Ireland will replace conventional motorcycles to electric motors in 2030
Ireland will replace conventional motorcycles to electric motors in 2030 – The development of environmentally friendly vehicles, special motor vehicles run fast. In fact, in Indonesia there have been several battery-powered scooters, such as Lively, Gesits, Honda PCX Electric, and Viar Q1.
However, an extreme step was taken by the Irish government. As reported by Motorcyclenews.com, they plan to buy all conventional motorcycles by 2030.
This is motivated by their sense of underdevelopment from other European countries in an effort to save the environment. They cite that 96.7% of Irish vehicles in 2017 are fossil fuel.
The Irish government has also predicted that the price of electric motorbikes along with all services will be a natural thing in the next 10 years. In addition, they also plan to multiply electric motor battery charging stations in various strategic locations.
Thus, there will be a decrease in prices, both in the selling price of vehicles and complementary accessories and after-sales services. That is, the operational costs of electric motors can be less than conventional vehicles.
The local government targets to have nearly 1 million electric vehicles on the streets of Ireland in 2030. In addition, they also plan to raise taxes on conventional vehicles.