The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has approved a $533m plan for clean transportation investments which will promote clean vehicle technologies such as hydrogen.
The approved plan will see big investments for areas such as clean car rebates, zero emission transit and school buses, clean trucks, and other clean transportation and mobility pilot projects.
The funding is part of California’s strategy for improving air quality and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector, the state’s largest source of air pollution and climate changing gases.
“California is backing up our tough vehicle regulations with money to help individuals and businesses access the newest, cleanest technology” said Mary Nichols, CARB Chair.
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