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EPA approves California rules to phase out diesel trucks.

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has allowed California to adopt stricter emission controls for heavy-duty trucks requiring them to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. The new truck standards are aimed at manufacturers and companies who own 50 or more trucks. While Governor Newsom is positive about the new standards, many are concerned about the limited charging infrastructure and ongoing grid issues which may not be able to support California’s goal of zero-emission trucks making up 40% to 75% of sales by 2035.

To get the complete story, go to the Associated Press article.


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