California will ban the sale of all-petrol vehicles by 2035

California will ban the sale of all-petrol vehicles by 2035


California will ban the sale of all-petrol vehicles by 2035 now. The new rules are intended to pressure automakers to hurry up with the market introduction of cleaner vehicles.
Air Resources Board of California laws indicate that by 2026, 35% of new cars sold in the state must be hydrogen, electric. 100% of car sales would be subject to the regulations by 2030 and 2035. Laine Randolph, head of CARB, called the decision “a historic moment for California, for our partner states.

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California, which continues to enact stricter pollution limits than the US federal government. Which has a population of over 39 million, is the most populous state in the US.
According to Joseph Mendelson, senior counsel for electric car manufacturer Tesla, the CARB proposal is “both practical and paves the way for California to lead in electrifying the light duty sector. “The Alliance for Automotive Innovation, which speaks for automakers like General Motors, Volkswagen, and Toyota.

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John Bozzella, president and CEO of the alliance, said that “we’ve highlighted to CARB and others that putting more EVs on the road must happen hand-in-hand with other policies that will collectively ultimately determine the success of this transition.” The US government still has to approve the new rules before they take effect.
The American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers’ trade association encouraged the Environmental Protection Agency and President Biden to “reject California’s request for a Clean Air Act waiver to proceed with this illegal prohibition.”

Sorce: BBC 

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