British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the 18th proposed a grand green industrial revolution of 10 plans, covering clean energy, transportation, nature and innovative technology and other fields, to promote the UK to eliminate its climate change factors by 2050. < / P > < p > with more than 12 billion pounds of government funding, the plan will promote more than three times the private sector investment by 2030 to build future green industries in the UK and around the world, and will provide and support up to 250000 jobs. < / P > < p > the 10 projects are built around UK strengths, including offshore wind, hydrogen, nuclear, electric vehicles, public transport, cycling and walking, jet zero Council and green shipping, residential and public buildings, carbon capture, nature, innovation and finance. < / P > < p > electric vehicles built by the British automobile industry have occupied a considerable part of the European market, and one of the most popular electric vehicle models in the world is also from the UK. < / P > < p > it is worth noting that, after extensive consultation with car manufacturers and dealers, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that under strict zero emission standards, the UK will stop selling new gasoline and diesel vehicles and trucks from 2030, 10 years ahead of the earlier plan and stop selling hybrid vehicles in 2035, which will help British industry is moving towards a sustainable, green future. < / P > < p > in order to promote this measure, Boris announced that the UK will invest 1.3 billion pounds to speed up the installation of electric vehicle charging piles on homes, streets and highways all over England to make it easier for car owners to charge electric vehicles; and to invest 582 million pounds to subsidize consumers who buy zero emission or ultra-low emission vehicles, reduce their purchase costs and encourage more Consumers buy electric cars. In the next four years, the UK will invest nearly 500 million pounds to develop and mass produce electric vehicle batteries. < / P > < p > the plan marks the beginning of the UK’s path towards “net zero emissions”. In the run-up to the 26th UN climate change conference to be held in Glasgow next year, the UK government will launch plans to further reduce emissions and create jobs at the same time.