Charged Fleet


EPA Finalizes Emissions Standards for School Buses, Other Heavy Vehicles

EPA's Phase 3 standards for heavy-duty vehicles build on the flexible structure of the Phase 2...

The U.S. EPA finalized Phase 3 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Standards for Heavy-Duty Vehicles, targeting model years 2027-2032. Expected to cut 1 billion tons of emissions, yielding $13 billion in annualized benefits. Flexible standards accommodate various technologies. Reaction mixed: praised for environmental benefits but criticized for potential economic impact on small businesses, notably independent truckers.

Trouble With EV Mandates

Challenges lie ahead in matching electric vehicle mandates.

As mass adoption of electric vehicles increases in the U.S., Chris Ventura, executive director of the Consumer Energy Alliance, outlines the resources and policies that will be needed to ensure a stable and seamless supply of energy to power mass electrification.

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