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The Development of Low Emmission Car Needs Incentives

Monday, 9 May 2022

The price of low carbon vehicles is 2-3 times the price of high carbon vehicles.

Sustainability Talk Series #1 World’s first Net Zero Sport Season 8 Jakarta E-Prix : Sustainability Perspective, Monday, May 9 2022.. tempo : 166090957970

According to the Executive Director of Joint Committee for Leaded Gasoline Phase Out, Ahmad Safrudin, the development of low carbon emmission vehicle (LCEV) needs incentives from the government. So far, the selling price of electric cars is quite expensive. “The government is still not fair, fiscal incentives have only been given to low cost green cars (LCGC’s),” he said in the “World’s First Net Zero Sport Season 8 Jakarta E-Prix -- Sustainability Perspective” event held by Tempo Media on Monday, May 9th, 2022.

Ahmad said that currently the price of low-carbon vehicles is still 2-3 times the price of high-carbon vehicles. “Thus, there must be concrete steps to reduce this carbon emission,” said Ahmad.

The trick, continued Ahmad, is for low-carbon vehicles to be labeled green and high-carbon cars to be labeled yellow. “The yellow-labeled vehicles are taxed on every gramCO2/km that exceeds standard. The collected tax is then given to the green-labeled ones as an incentive for successfully suppressing every gramCO2/km below the standard. As a result, the market price can be lowered,” he said.

The Eighth Season of Jakarta E Prix in 2022, said Ahmad, should be used as a momentum by the government of this country to reform policies regarding vehicles with low carbon emissions. “Using this moment to provide fiscal incentives in order to provide competitiveness to electric vehicles,” he said.

The Senior Sustainability Manager of FIA Formula E London, Iona Nielson, said that manufacturers should work on creating technologies that make low-carbon vehicles, such as innovating affordable battery production so that people switch to electric vehicles.

Meanwhile, VP Infrastructure Department & General Affairs of Jakarta E-Prix 2022, Irawan Sucahyono, said that the momentum of the 2022 Jakarta E Prix must be optimally utilized. Through Formula E racing, there is a collaboration to develop environmentally friendly and low-carbon vehicles. “In Formula One, we only see performance, but in Formula E we can see performance, efficiency, and sustainability” said Irawan.

Sustainability, he said, is not only about the circuit, but also about creating an eco-friendly lifestyle to the audience. “We invite our community to adopt a sustainable lifestyle. In addition to watching the race, take actions,” said Irawan.(*)


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