zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs)
New Jersey has adopted California's Advanced Clean Cars II rule, sparking relief from supporters who pushed for it to be ready for the 2027 model year.
The California Air Resources Board is taking applications for $150 million in state funding to help public school districts purchase zero-emission buses and related infrastructure.
New Mexico is about to launch a rulemaking on regulations that would largely mirror California’s ZEV sales requirements, but with one key difference.
Maryland will fast-track adoption of California’s ACCII rule, requiring that 100% of all new passenger cars sold in the state be zero-emission vehicles by 2035.
The California Energy Commission awarded large grants to boost in-state production of electric tractors, forklifts, batteries and charging stations.
The California Public Utilities Commission OK'd $1 billion for electric-vehicle charging infrastructure, with 70% of it for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.
The California PUC adopted a submetering protocol to let EV owners be billed at lower rates for charging, the first such program in the nation.
President Biden called for new international initiatives to cut GHG emissions and dependence on Russian fossil fuels, including ending methane flaring by 2030.
California regulators are fine-tuning a set of draft rules that would transition the state to 100% light-duty ZEV sales by 2035.
A price increase for certain Tesla models has made them ineligible for Calif.’s clean vehicle rebate incentives, potentially slashing demand for the incentive.
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