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EPA’s Vehicle GHG Rule To Backload Mandates As Release Date Slips

July 28, 2021
EPA’s light-duty vehicle greenhouse gas proposal is expected to reserve the most stringent requirements for model-year 2026 (MY26) vehicles, in setting the stage for steeper emission cuts in later years, according to sources and press reports indicating formal release of the plan has slipped into August. An EPA source confirms release of the proposed rules beginning for MY23 vehicles will “not be this week,” signaling the landmark rules likely will be issued the week of Aug. 2 despite a Biden...

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