The dirty truth about Biden’s electric future

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Last year, President Biden’s Environmental Protection Agency proposed a 56 percent reduction in new vehicle emissions by 2032. The goal of course was to force automakers, and by extension the American public, to adopt electric cars at a breakneck pace: President Biden wanted 60% of new vehicles produced to be electric by 2030. 

But then reality set in. Ford, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin — all these companies are actually scaling back their EV releases, and the Biden administration has started to hit the brakes.

The Environmental Protection Agency recently released a new tailpipe emissions rule that slows down the original timeline. The EPA’s revised standard responds to an undeniable trend: EV production and sales are decelerating

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