PG&E Testifies Against Trump’s Rollback of Auto Emission Rules

California’s biggest electric utility wants the U.S. government to keep its current auto emission standards, which it says is critical to advance the adoption of electric cars.

PG&E Corp. plans to invest $360 million to support electric car charging infrastructure and “we want a stable environment for our investors and customers,” Anna Brooks, senior manager for local public affairs for the company, said Monday at a hearing in Fresno on a proposal by the Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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