Buying a cleaner, zero-emissions car just got easier in 6 Eastern US states: Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. The AMC applauds the Governors of these states for their commitment to put 3.3 Million Zero-Emission Vehicles on the Road by 2025 and making it easier to drive them longer distances.
The new effort will look to build awareness and support a thriving market for zero-emission vehicles, including battery-electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles, and hydrogen fuel-cell-electric vehicles. The 6 Eastern states, together with California and Oregon, will pull together an action plan that will include efforts like harmonizing building codes for new electric car charging stations and including zero emission vehicles in their public fleets.
Traditional cars can be cleaner too when EPA finalizes important clean gas and tailpipe standards called TIER 3. Let EPA hear from you that we want all vehicles to emit less smog and toxins so they need to finalize TIER 3 before the end of the year!
Labels: Connecticut, Conservation Action Network, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Zero-Emission Vehicles