“California Gov. Jerry Brown signed an executive order to get 5 million ZEVs on the road in California by 2030 — a significant jump from the 350,000 ZEVs currently on the state’s roads.
Brown’s administration also proposed a $2.5 billion plan to extend subsidies for zero-emissions vehicles (ZEV) and expand the state’s vehicle charging station network from 14,000 EV charging stations and 31 hydrogen fueling stations to 250,000 charging stations and 200 hydrogen stations. This plan still requires legislative approval.
In addition to the order, the governor detailed the 2018 California Climate Investments plan, which will invest $1.25 billion in cap-and-trade auction proceeds “to reduce carbon pollution and improve public health and the environment.””
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