April 15, 2024

vehicle emissions

Automakers Get More Time, Flexibility in EPA’s Final Vehicle GHG Rule
EPA's final rule on light-duty vehicle emissions aims to give the industry more time and flexibility on how to reach its ambitious targets.
EPA Releases Emissions Rules Aimed at Boosting EVs
EPA released proposed rules ramping up emissions requirements for cars and trucks, which are expected to drive electrification of the transportation sector.
EPA to Propose Major New Emission Standards for Cars and Trucks
EPA will propose new emission standards for cars and trucks that could lead to two-thirds of total light-duty vehicles sold in 2032 being electric.
EPA Restores California Tailpipe Standards
EPA reinstated the authority of California and 16 other states to enact more stringent vehicle emissions standards than the federal government.
EPA Rules Will Slash Vehicle Emissions, Rev up EV Market by 2026
EPA chief Michael Regan rolled out tough new vehicle emissions standards, saying that getting the light-duty fleet to an average of 40 mpg by 2026 is doable.
SRP Details Stakeholder Engagement Strategy to Accelerate Carbon Reduction
SRP's Marc Campell discussed how the Arizona utility identified stakeholders to help it electrify transportation during SEPA's Grid Evolution Summit.
NY Climate Council Members Say Panel Recommendations Fall Short
Fulfilling the goals of New York’s climate law requires more aggressive action than has been proposed, Climate Action Council members say.
Minnesota Budget Bill Held up over Emissions Ruling
Disagreements between the Democratic-led House and the Republican-led Senate over new car emission standards could push budget talks into a special session.
Hawaii Lawmakers Pass Bill to Finance Clean Energy Efforts
A Hawaii Senate bill to expand funding for clean energy projects is headed to the governor's desk after passing the legislature last week.
NJ Outlines Plan to Boost EV Truck Sales
The New Jersey DEP proposed rules that would require manufacturers to meet increasing sales targets for medium- and heavy-duty electric trucks after 2025.

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