As EPA eyes rollback, California crafts post-2025 vehicle GHG rules

September 15, 2017 by Ronjoy Bezbarua

(Source: InsideEPA.com) California air regulators have begun scheduling meetings with automakers as part of their early efforts to develop greenhouse gas limits for post-2025 passenger vehicles, underscoring the state’s resolve to forge ahead with its own aggressive rules to meet long-term GHG targets even as EPA eyes relaxing model year 2021-25 standards. California Air Resources Board (CARB) officials say they are focusing most of their attention on developing tighter GHG requirements for MY26 and later vehicles. Read full article….

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