Fuel Cell 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.
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.
New Jersey’s planned adoption of California’s Advanced Clean Car II rules stirred a heated exchange as business groups argued that the state is far from ready for a sudden surge in electric vehicle use.
Starting in 2024, consumers buying an electric vehicle that qualifies for a $7,500 tax credit under the Inflation Reduction Act.
A New Jersey report focuses on the development of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles as an alternative to battery-powered EVs for long haul heavy-duty trucks, buses and other industrial vehicles.
How fast can New Jersey switch to electric vehicles? Gov. Phil Murphy is putting the pedal to the metal with the adoption of California's Clean Car rules.
A pumped storage site, solar farms and agrivoltaic ventures are among the projects receiving funding from the state's cap-and-trade fund.
More than 1.5 million light-duty electric vehicles have been sold in California, beating by two years the target set by a governor’s executive order in 2012.
EPA released proposed rules ramping up emissions requirements for cars and trucks, which are expected to drive electrification of the transportation sector.
Supporters of New Jersey’s efforts to adopt California’s ACC II rule urged officials to move faster, citing the danger of missing a crucial year-end deadline.