California Adds 72.5 Million Towards Zero-Emission Future

Truckers to get increased access to loans for cleaner diesel trucks and funding for the deployment of new cleanest-vehicle technologies


The California Air Resources Board announced an additional $72.5 million in funding for the state programs that they are hoping will clean up California’s fleet of cars, trucks and buses.

This includes an increased of $5 million in funding for the Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project, and an additional $18 million to help small business fleet owners finance truck upgrades required under the ARB’s In-Use Truck and Bus Regulation. To read more, click HERE.

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