Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV)
CARB is exploring whether zero-emission truck credits that manufacturers earn under the Advanced Clean Trucks regulation should be transferable among states.
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.
Upgrading California’s grid to serve millions of electric vehicles could cost far less than the $50 billion that a recent study indicated, Cal Advocates say.
In California, a predicted budget shortfall that grew $9 billion since January has not resulted in additional proposed cuts in climate and energy spending.
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.
The California Energy Commission granted two companies $31 million to produce three-wheeled solar-powered electric cars and hydrogen powered big rigs.
As it moves to adopt a rule requiring truck fleets to transition to ZEVs, CARB considers situations where supporting infrastructure is unavailable.
Gov. Gavin Newsom's budget plan proposes cutting $6 billion in funding for clean energy and transportation programs because of a steep drop in revenue.
When it comes to zero-emission truck incentive programs, Oregon stakeholders want to see a program similar to California’s popular HVIP.
The California Energy Commission approved $2.9 billion in clean-transportation funding through 2026, primarily for charging light- medium- and heavy-duty EVs.
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