ICYMI: States Sign Joint Memorandum To Advance Vehicle Electrification – Transport


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ICYMI: States Sign Joint Memorandum To Advance Vehicle Electrification


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A group of 15 states and the District of Columbia agreed to
collaborate on advancing and accelerating the market for electric
medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, including large pickup trucks and
vans, delivery trucks, box trucks, school and transit buses, and
long-haul delivery trucks (big-rigs). The goal of this initiative
is to ensure that 100 percent of all new medium- and heavy-duty
vehicle sales be zero emission vehicles by 2050, with an interim
target of 30 percent zero-emission vehicle sales by 2030. States
signing the
memorandum of understanding
include: California, Connecticut,
Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New
York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont,
and Washington D.C.

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and is not intended to constitute legal advice.

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