plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV)
The California Air Resources Board approved its largest budget yet for incentive programs for clean cars, trucks and buses.
With a provision for PHEVs, California’s Advanced Clean Cars II regulations won’t completely eliminate internal combustion engines in new vehicles.
CARB adopted regulations that will require all new cars sold in the state to be zero-emission or plug-in hybrid by 2035, a trailblazing move, the agency says.
California regulators are fine-tuning a set of draft rules that would transition the state to 100% light-duty ZEV sales by 2035.
Low-income residents in certain parts of California are finding their EV incentives are accompanied by a tax liability.
Connecticut’s EV program got a two-pronged boost with the announcement of improvements to a consumer rebate program and the award of a federal grant.
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