Even though electric cars aren’t the perfect solution to the world’s problems with transportation and climate change, they are a step towards reducing global emissions. The U.S. state of California has now ruled it will phase out gas-only cars by 2035.
California Governor’s, Gavin Newsom, signed an executive order in 2020 that required the sales of all new passenger vehicles to be “zero-emission” by 2035. The California Air Resources Board approved a plan this week to implement the executive order, which will gradually phase out the sale of new gas-only cars. Starting in 2026, 35% of cars shipped to California by auto companies (Ford, GM, BMW, etc.) must be electric cars or hybrids, with that percentage increasing each year until reaching 100% in 2035.
California Air Resources Board
California’s Air Resources Board said in a statement, “by 2037, the regulation delivers a 25% reduction in smog-causing pollution from light-duty vehicles to meet federal air quality standards. This benefits all Californians but…
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