Sources: NYT, Energy Efficiency News
quote: Automakers selling cars in California would need to make 15.4% of their entire fleets ZEVs to meet the proposed standards.
quote: Hydrogen has different problems such as where do you fill up, and mass produced Hydrogen is really not energy efficient. However I love the concept.
quote: If is says 15% "Sold in California" and not "Registered in California" what would stop people from going to Nevada to buy their cars?
quote: and could not prove to the state of California that your vehicle had California emissions, you paid a smog "fee" (fine) to the state
quote: Any bets this will work as well as the last time CARB tried to tell automakers that by Y2K, 10% of the cars they sold in California had to be EV's or they would not be allowed to sell any cars in the state?
quote: On the verge of cornering the market? Please. GM built 1100 cars in 4 years and lost in the order of a million dollars on each of them.