Since the new energy vehicles have come into the eyes of the people all over the world, the concept of energy conservation and environmental protection has been deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. Since 2016, many countries around the world have successively issued plans to ban the sale of fuel vehicles, including the Netherlands, Norway, Germany, France, Britain, etc. According to foreign media reports, on September 18, local time, < / P > < p > reported that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday that he would formulate new plans in the next few weeks to achieve the goal of “net zero by 2050”. < / P > < p > it is worth mentioning that this is not the first time that the UK has announced the advance of the “no fuel” policy. As early as February this year, the British government announced that it would advance the effective date of the ban on the sale of fuel vehicles from 2040 to 2035 in order to achieve the zero carbon emission target. As for the reason why the United Kingdom suddenly announced the “ban on Combustion” ahead of schedule, foreign media said that the UK must implement the ban before 2030 in order to achieve the legislative goal of zero emission in the middle of this century. The UK is expected to achieve its third carbon budget, but it needs to control more carbon dioxide emissions among different industries to meet the fourth and fifth carbon budget, according to the report. This year, the sixth round of the UK government’s carbon budget will be completed in December. < / P > < p > the UK needs to control another 77 million tons of carbon dioxide to meet its carbon budget from 2028 to 2032, according to the report. Therefore, the implementation of the ban in 2030 may become one of the means. < / P > < p > previously, foreign media had analyzed that if the UK banned the sale of fuel vehicles, even hybrid vehicles, 98% of the vehicles currently on the road would be affected in terms of use, and manufacturers must transform to develop electric vehicles. Global Tech