CARB Vows To Retain Vehicle GHG Limits In Face Of Planned Trump Review

January 19, 2017
California air board officials are proposing to retain the state's current greenhouse gas tailpipe standards for model year (MY) 2022-25 vehicles -- in line with existing national rules and EPA's recent final mid-term review determination -- even if the incoming Trump administration seeks to soften the rules amid a pledged review of the recent determination. In its just-released review of its vehicle rules, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) also emphasized that it plans to tighten GHG requirements after MY2025...

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