From Climate Extra

Despite Extended Timeline, 2022 May Be ‘Pivotal’ For Next Auto GHG Rule

January 5, 2022
Multiple factors in the coming year – including California’s zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) standards and the fate of proposed federal incentives for electric vehicles (EVs) – could have a major influence on EPA’s planned long-term vehicle emissions standards, observers say, even if a formal proposal might be over a year away. Plans for an aggressive multi-pollutant rule that takes effect in model year 2027 come as EPA completed its near-term auto greenhouse gas standards update in December, largely reversing the Trump-era...

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