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BYD Buses, Trucks Eligible for $165M in California HVIP Funds
Renewable Diesel, Biodiesel Cut GHG Emissions in California
Advanced Clean Fleets Rule Would Require Zero-Emission Truck Purchases in California
California Certifies Mobile Fuel Dispensing
Calif. Fleet Manager Believes In Educating Others
Calif. Lags in Penetration of New Clean Diesel Engines

Calif. Lags in Penetration of New Clean Diesel Engines

According to the Diesel Technology Forum, California’s truck and bus fleet rule has effectively kept older, higher-emitting trucks on the road for longer, in turn delaying emissions reductions and cleaner air.

June 25, 2020

CARB Passes Advanced Clean Trucks Rule
CARB Ups Sales Targets for Electric Trucks in California
Tesla Likely to Classify Pickup as Medium Duty
8 States Sign Statement to Accelerate Transition to Zero-Emission Trucks and Buses

25K Clean-Burning Diesel Trucks Financed

A landmark program between the California Pollution Control Financing Authority (CPCFA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has now financed more than 25,000 cleaner burning diesel trucks over the past 10 years.

November 20, 2019

California Will Stop Purchasing Vehicles From FCA, GM, Toyota
EPA Certifies Landi Renzo's CNG F-150

EPA Certifies Landi Renzo's CNG F-150

Landi Renzo USA secured EPA certification for the 2020-MY F-150 using the Eco Ready CNG system due to increased fleet demand for CNG products.

November 1, 2019

California Approves $533M for Clean Transportation

California Approves $533M for Clean Transportation

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) approved a $533 million plan to improve access to clean transportation in the state, with a portion of the funding directed at an enhanced fleet modernization program.

October 29, 2019

New Law Will Smog-Check Class 4-8 Trucks in California

New Law Will Smog-Check Class 4-8 Trucks in California

Even as the Trump Administration attempts to roll back California’s right to implement stricter-than-federal vehicle emission rules, the Golden State has acted to further choke off diesel emissions from trucks.

September 24, 2019

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