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April 17, 2024

California Air Resources Board (CARB)

Port of Seattle
Calif., Quebec, Wash. to Explore Linking Carbon Markets

Washington could be closer to joining the California-Québec carbon market after the three governments issued a statement saying they will explore linking their cap-and-trade systems.

CEC
CEC Reduces Calif. Electricity Forecast on Lower Population Growth
Slower anticipated growth in California’s population has prompted state regulators to downwardly revise the electricity demand forecast used for grid planning. 
NESCAUM
CARB to Consider Transferable ZEV Truck Credits
CARB is exploring whether zero-emission truck credits that manufacturers earn under the Advanced Clean Trucks regulation should be transferable among states.
CARB
Popular Incentive Dropped from CARB’s $624M EV Funding Package

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.

Sen. Scott Wiener
California Climate Reporting Requirement Paves Way While SEC Delays
California’s new climate reporting requirements are being carefully designed to minimize duplication of efforts once the SEC catches up.
CARB
California Far Outpacing Clean Truck Targets

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.

CARB
California Considers Plan to Update Low-carbon Fuel Standard
California regulators are considering a package of changes to the state’s low-carbon fuel standard, including measures to shore up the price of credits.
California Department of Conservation
CARB Starts Mandated Carbon Capture, Storage Program
The California Air Resources Board has started developing a program to manage carbon capture and storage in the state, as required by legislation passed last year.
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California Makes $150M Available for Zero-emission School Buses
The California Air Resources Board is taking applications for $150 million in state funding to help public school districts purchase zero-emission buses and related infrastructure.
Volvo Trucks
CARB, Manufacturers Partner to Support Clean Truck Rules
As a court battle heats up over California’s zero-emission truck regulations, a group of manufacturers have committed to follow the rules even if they’re overturned.

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