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Switzerland mulls electric car ban during energy emergencies

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Switzerland's federal council proposes a ban on electric vehicles during energy shortages. The plan would only apply to "absolutely necessary" trips such as grocery shopping. The government also suggests banning sporting and theater events, as well as restricting people from using streaming services like Netflix. It is unlikely the ban will come into force this winter, according to Forbes magazine.
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