Wednesday, February 8, 2012

California clean cars

  • Last Friday, California regulators unanimously approved a robust package of progressive automobile standards known as the California clean car rules.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • If all goes as planned, more than a million ultra-clean cars will be zipping around California in the next decade, a 30-fold increase from today, thanks to tough new rules recently approved by state regulators.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California, whose greenhouse gas emissions standards lead the U.S., is poised to vote on pushing them further.
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  • SAN FRANCISCO -- The head of Californias air quality board on Thursday called proposed rules that would require automakers to build less-polluting cars and trucks by 2025 a historic move for a cleaner environment.
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  • Business advocacy Coalition, BICEP (Business for Innovative Climate Energy Policy) has endorsed the California Air Resources Board's, Advanced Clean Cars Program, which passed last week – citing benefits which they say will spark economic growth.
  • (Triple Pundit)
  • The California Air Resources Board has unanimously approved sweeping new rules designed to facilitate the transition from gasoline-powered to electric and hydrogen-powered cars. By 2025, automakers are now required to produce 1.
  • (NewsHour)
  • UPDATE: Today, California air regulators approved a package of "Clean Car" standards that many are calling historic. But there's nothing new about that. California's been out front in the clean car derby for decades.
  • (NewsHour)
  • The California Air Resources Board unanimously approved a package of new emissions rules for cars and light trucks through 2025.
  • (Power Pulse.Net)
  • Earlier today, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) voted unanimously (9-0) to move forward with its landmark clean car standards.
  • (GreenBiz)
  • Regulators OK California's "Clean Cars" Program New rules were approved that would require more fuel-efficient and less Earth-damaging cars on California's roads.
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