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June 17, 2024

Advanced Clean Trucks regulation (ACT)

California Energy Commission
CEC Approves $1.9B for ZEV Infrastructure

The California Energy Commission approved a plan for spending $1.85 billion over the next four years to expand zero-emission vehicle infrastructure across the state.

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Maryland Adopts California’s Advanced Clean Trucks Rule
Maryland became the 10th state to adopt the Advanced Clean Trucks rule, which sets targets for the delivery of zero-emissions medium- and heavy-duty vehicles that gradually increase every year.
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.
New Mexico Environment Department
New Mexico Adopts California Standards for Clean Cars, Trucks

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.

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.

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.
New Mexico Environment Department
NM Sets Course to Adopt New Clean Vehicle Rules
New Mexico is about to launch a rulemaking on regulations that would largely mirror California’s ZEV sales requirements, but with one key difference.
Ford Motor Co.
Zero-emission Truck Sales Accelerating, Report Shows
In what’s being called “breakthrough growth,” more zero-emission trucks were deployed in the U.S. last year than in the previous five years combined.
CARB
CARB Adopts Clean Fleets Rule Despite Broad Skepticism
California regulators approved a rule that will ban the sale of diesel trucks in the state starting in 2036, requiring all new trucks sold to be zero-emission.
CPCK
California Rolls Toward Zero-emission Locomotives
The California Air Resources Board plans to vote on a regulation requiring new switcher locomotives to be zero-emitting by 2030 and freight locomotives by 2035.

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