California Could Require Portion Of New Trucks To Be Zero Emission Vehicles

California could soon require a portion of new truck sales to be electric or “zero-emission” vehicles. The state’s transportation sector accounts for 41% of all greenhouse gas emissions. Regulators say the new rules would end with roughly 74,000 zero-emission trucks on the road by 2030 or 4% of all trucks. The California Air Resources Board will not vote on the proposal until next year.