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Current newsletter | Incentives

Coalition Seeks New Provisions in Moyer Guidelines to Boost Effectiveness

CARB will vote this week on the 2017 Proposed Carl Moyer Program Guidelines, and the Coalition has submitted comments asking for two important new provisions that would encourage fleets to invest more in clean alternative fuel vehicles. The proposed guidelines, which are intended to help California transition more effectively to near-zero- and zero-emission technologies, implement […]

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Current newsletter | News Briefs

News Briefs | 04.24.17

Sacramento appeals court upholds CARB’s cap-and-trade program through at least 2020, another state court allows LCFS to continue but demands more NOx analysis, CEC approves AB 118 Investment Plan Update

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Current newsletter | Legislation Watch

Legislation Watch | 04.24.17

The Coalition is tracking the following bills and others that affect the alternative fuels and vehicles industry throughout the legislative session. April 28 is the last day for policy committees to hear and report fiscal bills for referral to fiscal committees.

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Current newsletter | Industry Events

Industry Events | 04.24.17

Coming up: the CEC’s 2017 Integrated Energy Policy Report workshop, the Coalition’s workshop on natural gas port trucks, and CARB’s Zero-Emission Truck Technologies Workshop

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Regulation

CARB Approves SCAQMD Air Quality Plan and Updated State Implementation Plan

CARB has approved two critical plans that establish the “next generation” of emission controls needed to improve California’s air quality: the South Coast AQMD’s 2016 Air Quality Management Plan and the updated 2016 State Strategy for the State Implementation Plan.

Legislation news | Regulation

SB 1 Provision Likely to Hamper Clean Truck Regulations

The legislature passed California’s multibillion-dollar transportation bill, SB 1, with a provision that blocks rules requiring truck owners to upgrade or purchase cleaner models. It is likely to make it more difficult for port operators to move to ultralow-emission fleets.

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