CalEPA Studies Float Policies To Cut Transport Sector Emissions By 2045

May 3, 2021
CalEPA has released two studies that suggest scores of new and expanded policies for the state to eliminate transportation-sector emissions by 2045, including boosting purchases of zero-emission vehicles (ZEV), increasing deployment of truck-charging infrastructure and using low-carbon fuels while reducing vehicle miles traveled (VMT) and fossil fuel demand. CalEPA contracted with the University of California’s Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS) and the University of California-Santa Barbara (UCSB) to conduct the studies. “Both look at greenhouse gas emission impacts of specific...

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