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Shell and Toyota are partnering to add seven new hydrogen fueling stations in California as both companies bet petroleum will be fading away in the future. It’s part of California’s zero emission vehicles and greenhouse gas reduction campaign, with an expected 100 retail hydrogen stations to be in place by 2024. Green Car Congress reported […]

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California’s air quality agency released its own midterm review report Wednesday finding the state hitting vehicle emissions targets and pushing to extend the nationwide rules beyond 2025. The California Air Resource Board published an exhaustive 667-page Midterm Review of Advanced Clean Cars Program report, finding that the state’s original intentions are being met. The technology […]

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While California’s clean vehicle programs have put it far in the lead for electric car sales, alarms are being sounded about them weakening and hurting future sales. Environment groups – and Tesla CEO Elon Musk – say that California’s Zero Emission Vehicle program won’t come close to hitting Gov. Jerry Brown’s goals of having at least […]

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The European Commission is taking measures to speed up deployment of low- and zero-emission vehicles and alternative energy sources. The commission just released its “European Strategy for Low-Emission Mobility” to move towards low- and zero-emission vehicles. It also embraces deployment of low-emission alternative energy for transport including advanced biofuels, renewable electricity, and renewable synthetic fuels, […]

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California is offering $1.3 million in grants to fund regional efforts that support plug-in electric (PEVs) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). The funding is part of the California Energy Commission’s Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program (ARFVTP). Under Program Opportunity Notice PON-14-607, the grant emphasizes infrastructure development for PHEV and FCEV. Regions […]

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The advent of the electric car is upon us, but despite implications to the contrary, don’t look to Uncle Sam to be as much of a direct driver of this anticipated paradigm shift as some may have previously supposed. In other quarters, there has been much talk of automakers needing to develop electrified cars to […]

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