Obama administration calls for ‘fair and equitable’ rules for electric vehicles

Washington, D.C. — U.S. President Barack Obama today called for an “enormous increase” in the amount of electricity that is generated by electric vehicles, saying the U.N. body should “get off its ass” and start issuing “common sense rules” for the industry.

In a statement released via the White House, Obama urged U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron to take steps to encourage the introduction of more electric vehicles and urged other governments to follow suit.

“We can and must do more.

I urge all governments to join us in making it clear to the international community that they must set a fair and equitable standard for the introduction and use of electric vehicles,” Obama said.

Cameron has said he wants the U,S., and other governments “to move swiftly” to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, and has proposed a number of policies that could lead to the production of 100,000 electric vehicles a year by 2025.

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