Makes some three weeks you had how the brands of cars American had sent a letter to the President elect Donald Trump. In this missive you asked to the future President of them United States that downgraded them demands with regard to emissions of gases that is had collected in the new regulations of gases proposed by the President outgoing Barack Obama.
Donald Trump is not a person who believes in climate change, or at least is the idea that gives us if we hear some of their statements. Therefore brands had thought that it would be prone to repeal this law proposed by the previous Executive. In addition, came to them luxury since they could postpone for several years the investments needed to adapt their engines to the requirements of this new normal.
However brands have encountered a new enemy on the way. The US Environmental Protection Agency or better known around here as the EPA has said that the legislation adopted by the former Executive is more than well and to not move a finger to change it. In a statement it EPA proposes leave as is the normative of emissions of gases of effect greenhouse for them vehicles light until the year model 2025.
As the EPA has presented this statement car brands have complained claiming that is not taking into account the data that they are putting on the table. These data is refer to them huge investments that would have that make them marks for adapt these engines and that would go in prejudice of its profitability and capacity of redirect to others requirement.
With this not want to say that the EPA is see obliged to modify the. We must remember that this environmental protection agency reports directly to the Government of the United States and that the President has enough power to send change. However, the power media that keeps the EPA is considerable and not believe that to Trump you want take is over to thousands of consumers and activists of the United States.
What will happen only it will know when Donald Trump is pronounced or take possession of his charge in January of the next year.
Source-US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)