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The UK should allow the use of low-carbon fuels in new cars and vans from 2035, according to UKPIA, which represents the nation’s fuel producers.
The government’s focus on electric vehicles is too narrow, the group said in a statement. Under current plans, the government will only allow vehicles with no exhaust emissions, such as battery or fuel cell electric cars from that date, with no liquid fuels allowed as the internal combustion engine is phased out.


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