The revelation comes at a time when manufacturers are preparing to launch a series of EV models on the market, while a "super credits" system will offset conventional vehicles, the aim being to encourage a rise in the sale of electric cars.
United Kingdom citizens whose passports were issued before October 2009 have been urged to renew their document "soon" if they plan to travel in Schengen-area countries after Brexit day on March 29 - but they can't have a blue one just yet.
Speaking in Dublin on Friday, Mr Carney said the Bank had used its "stress test" to ensure United Kingdom banks could continue to function in the event of a "disorderly" Brexit.
Even existing EU type approvals would have to be converted to United Kingdom approvals, although the government has confirmed that it would issue "provisional" approvals to manufacturers that already have European type approvals.
Last month the British government released a list of 25 'technical notices' revealing that Brits living in the European Union could lose access to their United Kingdom bank accounts and would face higher credit card charges in the event of a no-deal Brexit. While the majority would like certainty that costs and inconvenience will not increase (59 percent and 57 percent respectively), four in 10 drivers (41 percent) believe it will get more expensive and 55 percent think there will be more hassle.
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When it comes to passports the government is expected to warn that after Brexit unless a deal is thrashed out then European Union countries may not allow British citizens to enter their countries if they have less than six months left on their passport before it expires.
He also said, when asked by reporters, that the European Union was continuing contingency preparations in the event there is no deal before Britain leaves next March.
A document released by the Department for Transport (DfT) states that your driving licence could "no longer be valid by itself when driving in the EU" and that an International Driving Permit (IDP) might be required at all times.
Motorists will be able to apply for both types at 2,500 Post Office branches across the UK.
For the public, Thursday's notices covered more mundane issues; the government said British drivers might need to obtain an worldwide driving permit to drive in the EU.