From Climate Extra

Uncertainty Rises Over California’s Auto GHG Rules After Final EPA Rule

December 22, 2021
EPA’s adoption of updated greenhouse gas limits for model year 2023-2026 passenger vehicles is raising uncertainty about what standards various manufacturers will have to meet in California, including how the state will enforce alternative standards contained in 2020 voluntary agreements with five companies, sources say. “There is just uncertainty around exactly what that looks like,” says one environmentalist closely tracking the rules, referring to how the California Air Resources Board (CARB) will proceed after an expected decision by EPA to...

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