California made headlines in June when it approved the world’s first electric truck sales mandate, a standard that requires manufacturers to sell increasing numbers of zero emission Class 4-8 vehicles. Lesser known but equally impactful is that a growing number of states have signaled their intent to speed up the transition to zero-emission big rigs, some by adopting a regulation similar to California’s. Read more
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