States Back Plan To Increase ZEV Trucks As EPA Grapples With Policies

July 27, 2022
As EPA grapples with its efforts to cut emissions from heavy-duty vehicles, 17 states, the District of Columbia and Quebec are supporting a final Action Plan by Northeast air regulators that is intended to transition to 30 percent zero emission vehicles (ZEV) for medium- and heavy-duty truck sales by 2030 and to 100 percent by 2050. The Northeast States for Coordinated Air-Use Management (NESCAUM) released a July 27 plan that calls for states to adopt California’s Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT)...

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