Calif. Eyes Zero-Emission Fleets In New 'Clean Trucks' Rule

Law360 (June 26, 2020, 4:47 PM EDT) -- All commercial trucks sold in California must start transitioning to electric in the next few years and be completely zero-emission by 2045 under a first-of-its-kind rule adopted by the California Air Resources Board on Thursday.

The new regulation makes the Golden State the first in the nation to set a standard for adopting an all-electric commercial truck fleet in what state officials and environmentalists have called a landmark effort to slash emissions, improve air quality and tackle climate change. By adopting the Advanced Clean Trucks regulation on Thursday, CARB made good on an earlier promise to speed up the Golden State's...

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