“The problem is not which fuel, the problem for us was which engine. Our goal was to keep the endothermic alive. Electricity will certainly be the prevailing route in Europe but it was important that it was not exclusive and that in any case it is not decide today. Instead, today it was necessary to say that the endothermic engine will survive. This also means saving the components that are used to build the endothermic machine”. Thus the Minister of Enterprise and Made in Italy, Adolfo Urso, speaking at the initiative of Federmeccanica and Fiom, Fim and Uilm on the automotive sector, noting that Italy “has assumed the responsibility of reopening a pragmatic debate in the EU on the stop to endothermic engines. We need a truthful operation on the costs of the ecological transition, which will not be a gala lunch, but a real industrial revolution”. Because “at the same time we will open a dispute on the environmental cost of electricity”, he added.
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