*Applauds* California Zero Emissions Car Target May Hit 100% By 2030

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CaliforniaCalifornia Has Goal of Having 1.5 Million Electric Vehicles on Roadways by 2025. Read more ... » is shoring up its status as the USAWhen manufacturers must push for Electrification: Emission Scandal(VW) put all emission validation/rating in the bin. Read more ... »’s leadingGovernment backing will see more electric vehicles on Scotland’s roads. Read more ... » state when it comes to fostering the usage of environmentally friendly vehiclesElectric cars heading for Stratford on Avon. Read more ... », with a leading civil servant now advancing plans to make all of its newKia’s electric car on sale in 2014 – but will it be for UK?. Read more ... » carsResearch reveals predicted electric car boom at UK hot spot cities. Read more ... » zero-emission by as early as 2030.

Mary Nichols, the chair of the California AirSlowly yet surely: Electric car charger points installed across Exeter. Read more ... » Resources Board, recently told Bloomberg that she hopes to implement new rules in the state that would eventually prohibit the sale of new cars that are equipped with internal combustion enginesBMW prepping for next generation of electric cars. Read more ... » – the core propulsive technologyAmazed: UK To Test Wireless Charging Lanes For Electric Cars. Read more ... » of the modern automobile nearly since its inception.

The zero-emissionsSlowly yet surely: Electric car charger points installed across Exeter. Read more ... » vehicleElectric cars heading for Stratford on Avon. Read more ... » program that California has in place at present requires that 2The cheaper battery: Bosch invents new electric car battery to double mileage. Read more ... ».7woop: Dyson to build electric cars. Read more ... »% of new cars that are purchased within the state in 2015 be freeFree? Why Electric Cars may soon be even more Cost Effective. Read more ... » of greenhouse gas emissionsBit overdue: Are we on the brink of an electric car revolution?. Read more ... ».

Under current plans, California will gradually increase this figure starting in 2018, so that, by 2025, as many as 22The UK went crazy for electric vehicles and hybrids in 2015. Read more ... »% cent of all new cars sold in the state are required to be emissions free.

According to reports, Nichols hopes to dramatically lift California’s zero-emission goal, with the requirement that all new vehicles sold within the state be almost or entirely emissions free by 2030.

This ambitious move would in turn pave the way for making all of California’s cars emissions free by mid-century, as conventional internal-combustion vehicles that make useElectric cars heading for Stratford on Avon. Read more ... » of diesel or gasoline are gradually phased out and replaced by cleaner alternatives.

70-year old Nichols has been head of California’s Air Resources Board for the past 8Free? Why Electric Cars may soon be even more Cost Effective. Read more ... » years, commencing her second tenure in the positionUK: Rockingham installs EV charging points. Read more ... » in 2007. She previously served as chair of the board from 1979 to 1983.

California governor Jerry BrownCalifornia Has Goal of Having 1.5 Million Electric Vehicles on Roadways by 2025. Read more ... » would appear to be sympathetic to Nichols’ ambition plan, having issued an executive order for an 80% reduction in the state’s greenhouse-gas emissions by mid-century, as well as pushing for a halving of transportation-related usage of petroleum by 2030.

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