Electric Trucks and Buses in California
- Mar 10, 2022 6:24 pm GMT
This paper is much longer that I like to post, but I thought it better to leave it together rather than splitting it. It is not just for my normal reader, but also for stakeholders of private and public organization that are involved in the title subject. Mostly in California, but also outside of our state. For more details, read on.
This post will take a deep dive into California requirements and incentives for medium and heavy electric trucks, buses and related technologies, and look at why California is doing this. This paper will also dive into truck and bus manufacturers and their products. And finally, we will review U.S. federal incentives for electric trucks and buses.
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