Unity will raise the price of petrol and diesel cars as well as fuel and require payment to use the roads.
It is the engine that has to pay for the green transition in the party's major new climate change plan.
concretely, the price of a litre of petrol or diesel to be increased by 69 pennies.
Already on the six year to the sale of new fossildrevne cars be prohibited, if it appears to the party on Wednesday, presenting the initiative, which looks at transport, energy, manufacturing and agriculture.
- It's all about, that we all give each other a handshake to take individual responsibility. In turn, the politicians promise, that there will be made the structural changes to live more green, say political rapporteur Pernille Skipper (EL).
the Plan would, among other things, change in how people are carrying themselves, what they eat, how they heat houses and get power in the outlets.
Specifically, will the party in 2030, in round numbers reduce CO2 emissions by 20 million tonnes more per year than the ten million, as the Energy agreement from 2018.
The last new car - and dieselbil to be sold in 2025, and the introduction of a cash aid for the purchase of 250.000 electric vehicles from 2020 to 2025. Support ranges from 50,000 to 100,000 dollars.
Thus the party will put its hopes on electric cars, despite the fact that they can't yet compete fully with traditional cars when it comes to how far they can run.
Technology is very close to being in place for electric cars, it should come in the coming years. Of course we will also set up charging points so that regular people can get around, says Penille Skipper.
A pool of 240 million dollars over four years to promote the dissemination of hurtigladestandere, where electric cars can recharge in a matter of a half an hour.
That needs to be invested up to 40 billion in public transport over the next ten years and the prices for public transport should be lowered by 30 percent by 2020.
By 2030 must buses, taxi, cars and vans, running for the public, do not pollute the air.
It may seem like a big conversion, but Pernille Skipper believes that the plan is realistic.
The good news is that we prove that it is not a goodbye to the lifestyle we know today. We need to take big, serious decisions, which should go quickly.
- But we prove that it can be done in a way where ordinary families do not get knocked the bottom out of their economy. We can reach it in a timely manner in a fair way, she says.
in Addition, there are CO2-taxes for farms and businesses, where revenues are recycled back to the benefit of the green transition.
In the beginning, there is an economic minus in the plan, but it is fully funded over four years, according to the party.