WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is planning some of the most stringent auto pollution limits in the world, designed to According to the report, all-electric vehicles will make up 67% of new passenger cars sold in the United States by 2032. to Two people are familiar with this matter.

That would represent a quantum leap for the United States — where just 5.8 percent of vehicles sold last year were all-electric — and would exceed President Biden’s earlier ambitions to Half of all electric cars in America will be sold by 2030.

It would be the federal government’s most aggressive climate regulation and would propel the United States to The front line of the global effort to Cut greenhouse gases from vehicles, which are the main driver of climate changes. Vehicle emissions standards have been established by the European Union. to By 2035, all gasoline-powered cars will be out of business. Canada and Britain proposed similar standards to European Model

Automakers would also face significant difficulties due to the regulation. While almost every car manufacturer has invested in electric cars, very few of them have made a commitment to do so. to The levels that were envisioned by Biden’s administration. Many have also faced problems in their supply chains that have slowed production. Although electric model manufacturers are excited about them, they are unsure if enough consumers will want to buy them. to Within a decade, they make up the bulk of all new vehicle sales.

The E.P.A. is expected to take immediate action The E.P.A. is expected to take immediate action to hearten climate activists, who are angry over the Biden administration’s recent decision to Approve an immense oil drilling operation on Alaskan federal land. Some within the administration believe that it is important to speed up a transition. to Renewable energy and the majority of Americans owning electric cars would reduce demand for Alaskan oil.

Michael S. Regan will be the Environmental Protection Agency administrator. to Detroit on Wednesday announced the proposal for limits to tailpipe emissions. The requirements would be intended to ensure that electric cars represent between 54 and 60 percent of all new cars sold in the United States by 2030, with that figure rising to 64 to According to the report, 67 percent of all new vehicle sales will be made by 2032. to People familiar with details of the matter spoke only on condition that they remain anonymous because it was confidential.

To accelerate adoption of electric vehicles within the United States, other important changes would be required, including construction of millions more electric vehicle charging stations and an overhaul to the electrical grids. to These chargers will require power, so make sure you have enough minerals to support your batteries.

The proposed regulation, which would go through a public comment period and could be altered by the government before becoming final, is sure to Legal challenges could be raised. It could also become an issue in the 2024 presidential campaign, as a future administration could undo or weaken it.

“This is a massive undertaking,” John Bozzella (president of Alliance for Automotive Innovation), which represents many large U.S.- and foreign automakers, said this. “It is nothing short of a complete transformation of the automotive industrial base and the automotive market.”

Maria Michalos was a spokeswoman of the E.P.A. and did not confirm that new targets were being set, however, she stated in a Friday evening statement that agency workers are working towards new standards. to “accelerate the transition to a zero-emissions transportation future, protecting people and the planet.”

This new regulation would follow on from the 2022 Inflation Relief Act. It has been a catalyst for increased demand for electric vehicles, providing up to 80% of its funding. to Tax incentives of $7,500 for buyers of cars as well as billions for batteries manufacturing and other critical minerals processing and mining.

The United States is second in the world behind China as the biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions from transportation. Biden’s pledge would be fulfilled by rapidly replacing gasoline-burning vehicles with electric ones. to cut the country’s emissions in half by 2030 and effectively eliminate them by the middle of the century.

This proposed rule on auto emissions is more stringent than Mr. Biden’s 2021 White House speech. On the South Lawn, surrounded by a range of electric cars, including a Ford F-150 Lightning and a Chevrolet Bolt EV, Biden spoke and issued an executive order calling on federal policies to In 2030, all-electric cars would account for half the new car sales.

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“There’s a vision of the future that is now beginning to happen, a future of the automobile industry that is electric — battery electric, plug-in hybrid electric, fuel cell electric,” At the time, Mr. Biden stated that.

However, climate experts say that the transition will be difficult. to Zero-emission vehicles should move quicker to To prevent global catastrophe. International Energy Agency (IEA) found that 2021 would be a good year for nations. to By 2035, all sales of gasoline-powered new cars will be halted to Keep global average temperatures at 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degree Fahrenheit) below preindustrial levels. Scientists warn that the human race would be much more vulnerable to catastrophic heat waves and droughts, as well as crop failures, floods, and other forms of extreme weather events. to handle. Already, the planet has warmed an average of 1.1 degrees Celsius.

Although the market started the transition, to Electric vehicles require government intervention to Drew Kodjak (executive director, International Council on Clean Transportation), a research group, stated that the goal is to complete the electric vehicle revolution. “Everyone who’s watched this movie knows that the market is fickle,” According to Mr. Kodjak. “What if there’s a market downturn? What if the battery minerals don’t pan out? Without these firm standards that have a clear trajectory on timing, none of the players can be sure that this will happen.”

Although the rule proposed would require electric vehicles to make up a percentage of all sales, it does not specify that they must be a particular number. It would instead require automakers to ensure that the annual total of their vehicles sold does not exceed an emission limit. This limit would make it impossible for carmakers to exceed a certain emission limit. to According to the study, two-thirds of all electric vehicles sold by them will be all-electric by 2032. to People who are well-versed in the subject.

Experts claim that the proposed regulation will synchronize federal actions with California’s move. to Ban the sales of gasoline-powered new cars after 2035. Even those manufacturers who are against regulation say they’d prefer it. to deal with one set of rules, rather than meet specifications from California that differ from federal requirements.

There are still many obstacles to a seamless transition. to Electric vehicles. The biggest problem is the lack of millions of charging stations for electric vehicles. Experts believe it is impossible for electric vehicles to charge at these stations. to You can choose a niche to If electric charging stations were to become mainstream, they would not be as widespread as those found in corner gas stations. The 2021 infrastructure bill provided $7.5 Billion to Build a network with approximately 500,000 charging stations on federal highways. January report from S&P Global concluded that millions were needed.

American workers could be affected by the transformation, since electric cars require half of the labor force. to Built as gasoline-powered automobiles

“We’ve dealt with the loss of jobs before through technology, but when you talk about the speed of this, it’s hard to fathom that we won’t lose jobs,” Mark DePaoli, A leader of United Auto Workers Local 600 said this in an interview in Dearborn, Mich.

If Mr. Biden chooses to run, he will have to vote in heavily industrialized states such as Michigan and Ohio in order for him not lose his job in the automotive industry. to You can run again for the second term. Administration officials spoke weekly to union leaders during the course of their work on new regulations. to You can try to Be sure to reassure them.

Biden is self-described as a “Mr. Biden.” “car guy” Who ran for office as “the most pro-union guy you’ve ever seen,” Several times tried to The transition is presented as an opportunity economic, emphasizing the fact that it will lead to new jobs in clean energy economies.

“We’re going to build a different future with one — one with clean energy, good-paying jobs,” Mr. Biden said in a speech last summer. “We have to keep retaining and recruiting building trades and union electricians for jobs in wind, solar, hydrogen, nuclear, creating even more and better jobs.”

He has been a successful entrepreneur to ensure that only American-made electric vehicles would qualify for tax incentives provided by the Inflation Reduction Act — although a requirement that they be assembled by union workers was dropped.