13 May '18, 2pm

Automakers play high-stakes CARB game to earn zero emissions vehicle credits

Green Car Reports covers a lot of electric cars—and there are a lot more to cover these days, thanks to California's complex requirements that major automakers produce zero emissions vehicles for sale. For fans of clean cars—as well as opponents—it's difficult to understand how many plug-in cars the state requires due to a complicated system of credits. This directly impacts the selection of models available. In this report John Briggs breaks down how the system works by turning it into a high-stakes card game, complete with chips and a banker.

Full article: https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1116711_automakers-p...

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