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According to foreign media reports, the new President of the United States, Joe Biden, issued an order on January 20, local time, requiring U.S. agencies to re-evaluate fuel efficiency standards, aircraft emission regulations, home appliances, and building energy efficiency standards.
In March last year, the Trump administration finalized the adjustment of the average fuel economy standards for US companies, requiring that fuel efficiency be increased by 1.5% per year before 2026, which is far lower than the previous year set by the Obama administration. 5% increase. The Trump administration stated that this callback will cause approximately 2 billion barrels of additional oil to be consumed during the life of the vehicle and emit at least 867 million metric tons of carbon dioxide.
During the campaign, Biden vowed to establish 'ambitious fuel economy standards' and negotiated with workers, environmentalists, automakers, and states. Biden also instructed agencies to reconsider Trump’s decision in 2019 to revoke California’s power to set auto exhaust emissions standards and require automakers to produce more zero-emission vehicles. Automakers promised to work with Biden to formulate new emission reduction rules, but there are disagreements among automakers regarding Trump's decision to ban California from enacting emission rules.
Biden will promote the development of electric vehicles as its top priority, and promised to invest billions of dollars to build 550,000 charging stations. He also supports the provision of new tax credits for consumers who purchase electric cars and helps to transform the production of factories.