Can California hit 1.5M zero-emission vehicles by 2025?

Those investments have California officials confident they are setting the groundwork to meet the ambitious ZEV goal. But encouraging consumer adoption is proving a more difficult battle.

“The companies have the vehicles and they are ready to sell them,” CARB Chair Mary Nichols told Utility Dive at the Los Angeles March for Science. “But the public doesn’t yet understand they are a viable alternative because they are still too expensive and there is not enough charging and hydrogen fuel supply.”

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