UC Davis says ZEV registration fees aren't enough to fund road repairs.
It also plans to further incentivize EV purchases.
GM calls on the feds to provide leadership by mandating zero emissions cars.
Aims for 100-percent of last-mile deliveries to be by EV in 2025.
Range has improved from 200 miles to more than 300.
And you thought it was old news by now.
If this plan goes into effect, CARB's ZEV mandate would look quite different.
Tesla executives take California and other vehicle makers to task for not doing more to widen electric-vehicle sales.
California may make it harder for Tesla, another automakers to earn zero-emissions credits.
Diesel fumes are harming the health of children who ride school buses, so the Environmental Protection Agency is helping to provide cleaner rides.
Will October 23 be a day of reckoning for some US automakers? Could be, since that's when the California Air Resources Board (CARB) is meeting up and may tweak its mandates for zero-emissions vehicle (ZEV) compliance for some of the world's largest carmakers. Green Car Reports says the news may be good.
Last week, eight governors "joined hands" in support of zero emissions vehicles (ZEVs) in California's state capital. That's a good start, but there are seven governors of states that have worked with California on tough emissions rules in the past who were missing. It appeared the split was mostly along party lines.
Electric bicycles and electric motorcycles, like the Zero, are still kind of rare. But if this video is any indication, they have a bright future. This gentleman has rigged up a bicycle with an electric motor and a 72-volt, lithium-ion nano phosphate battery in his backpack. The custom built cycle can be recharged in two hours, although it isn't clear if this is on a wall outlet or something a bit heartier.
Automakers are buying and selling zero emission vehicle credits ahead of more stringent ZEV mandates in California. The state now requires larger automakers to increase the number of zero-emission vehicles they sell, including electric, plug-in hybrid and Zach Bowman
California may be the Golden State, but when it comes to the upcoming debuts of a number of battery-electric vehicles, prospective buyers may want to associate the most populous U.S. state with the color red. As in herring.
More states may follow the Golden State in plug-in vehicle quotas, which could make auto executives see red.
Less than a year after everyone with any sort of say in the matter seemed to agree that 54.5 miles per gallon by the year 2025 was a properly attainable goal, the California Air Resources Board has decided to change things up a bit.
TheDetroitBureau.com reports that the California Air Resources Board (CARB) is out to change the zero-emissions-vehicle (ZEV) game again, this time revising its desired numbers for vehicle sales and prodding industry to make alternative fuels more available. From 2018 to 2025, CARB wants ZEVs to number 1.4 million sales every year. According to its numbers, by 2025, that would result in a decrease of 52 million metric tons of emissions.