CARB is proposing a regulatory strategy to begin transitioning Class 2b - 8 medium- and heavy-duty trucks to zero-emission technologies to meet air quality, climate, and public health protection goals. The Advanced Clean Trucks Regulation would require 2.5 % of annual MD/HD vehicle sales in CA to be zero-emission capable starting in 2023, and growing to 15% of sales by 2030. Truck manufacturers would be able to earn credits for exceeding their annual CA sales requirements which can then be banked and/or traded. This approach will allow truck manufacturers the flexibility on how to best to deploy zero emission capable vehicles beginning with the 2023 model year and beyond.
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