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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

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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News Briefs

News Briefs | 04.10.17

Coalition hosts natural gas port trucks workshop, rollback of climate change rules is mixed blessing, CARB hires first environmental justice liaison, and more.

Coalition news | Regulation

Coalition’s ACT Now Plan Answers the Call for Bold Ideas to Clean Up SoCal Ports

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti recently challenged advocates and stakeholders working with the San Pedro Bay ports to find ways to accelerate the Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) and get the dirtiest trucks off our roads in the next few years. The Coalition has answered that call with a plan that supports the mayor’s Clean Truck Program […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs | 02.13.17

CARB Introduces New Phase 2 GHG Regulations At the Feb. 6 Phase 2 Greenhouse Gas Tractor-Trailer Regulations Workshop, CARB staff walked attendees through the proposed California Phase 2 regulations, highlighting several variations from the recently adopted federal Phase 2 GHG emissions standards for medium- and heavy-duty engines and vehicles. The state’s standards differ on credit […]

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News Briefs

News Briefs | 12.05.16

Demand for Cap-and-Trade Allowances Recovers After two disappointing quarterly auctions, demand for greenhouse gas emission credits from California’s cap-and-trade program has rebounded. At the quarterly auction held Nov. 15, 88 percent of the available credits were purchased, according to state officials. Almost 77 million of the 87 million current-vintage allowances (available for compliance in 2016 […]

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