CARB is exploring whether zero-emission truck credits that manufacturers earn under the Advanced Clean Trucks regulation should be transferable among states.
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The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection issued a request for information regarding energy storage for diesel vehicles.
New Mexico Environment Department
New Mexico regulators adopted zero-emission requirements for cars and trucks in a move that proponents say will improve air quality, fight climate change and increase consumers’ choice of vehicles.
New York regulators approved a big increase in EV infrastructure spending, seeking to catch up with the state’s ambitious deployment targets.
The agency approved a $624 million clean transportation incentive funding package but said goodbye to a flagship program that helped consumers buy zero-emission vehicles.
NJ Transit, the state's mass transit agency, will spend $3.8 million on 19 electric vans as the agency pushes for modernization.
Truck manufacturers have been racking up zero-emission vehicle credits in advance of California’s Advanced Clean Trucks rule taking effect with model year 2024, a new report shows.
DOE's Crane and Shah said all grant and loan applications are evaluated and carefully vetted by federal career staff and agency engineers and experts.
A consortium has begun working to anticipate the charging infrastructure needed in the next 20 years for heavy-duty electric trucks across nine Northeast states.
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U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said that while a lot of progress has been made, getting to a fully decarbonized economy is going to require new technologies.
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