Advanced Clean Cars
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.
The Oregon Environmental Quality Commission voted to adopt California's Advanced Clean Car II rules banning the sale of gas-powered passenger vehicles by 2035.
New Mexico has become the latest state to adopt California’s Advanced Clean Cars regulation.
EPA reinstated the authority of California and 16 other states to enact more stringent vehicle emissions standards than the federal government.
The Vermont Climate Council voted 19-4 to adopt an Initial Climate Action Plan with the expectation that it will update it next year.
Nevada's Clean Cars regulations will take effect in 2025, but the state is allowing auto makers to bank ZEV credits starting next year.
Car manufacturers selling in states that follow California’s ZEV regulations would be able to transfer ZEV credits among states under a new CARB proposal.
A California Air Resources Board proposal would give car manufacturers a new way to earn ZEV credits under the state’s Advanced Clean Cars program.
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