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CARB Eyes Much Stricter ZEV Rules, GHG Limits For Vehicles From MY26

June 1, 2020
California air board officials are eyeing much tougher zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) sales mandate requirements and greenhouse gas tailpipe standards on the auto sector for passenger vehicles in models year 2026 and beyond, in part to help the state achieve its GHG reduction target for 2030 and its goal of achieving “carbon neutrality” by 2045. But the proposal faces uncertainty because the Trump administration has revoked California’s Clean Air Act authority to implement and enforce its own GHG standards and ZEV...

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