CARB announces Clean Truck Partnership to accelerate transition to zero-emission vehicles

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has announced a Clean Truck Partnership with leading US truck manufacturers and the Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association.

The Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association advances the development of zero-emission vehicles such as hydrogen-powered trucks for the commercial trucking industry whilst also reaching state climate and emission reduction goals.

The Clean Truck Partnership includes major players such as Cummins, Ford Motor Company, General Motors Company, Stellantis N.V and Volvo Group North America, marking a commitment from each company towards California’s zero-emission vehicle standards.

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