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Albuquerque Faces Opposition To EV Charging Requirement For Developers

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When it comes to EV charging, everyone wants someone else to do it. That’s the challenge I’ve seen as I’ve pushed for more EV charging in rural New Mexico. Businesses want a charging company to pay for the station.

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New Mexico to enact advanced Clean Car & Clean Truck rules

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The clean vehicle rules complement the existing Clean Cars rule adopted by the Environmental Improvement Board and the Albuquerque-Bernalillo Air Quality Control Board in 2022. The New Mexico Environment Department will share more details about the rulemaking process soon.

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New Mexico adopts Clean Cars Rule

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The New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board (EIB) and the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Air Quality Control Board (AQCB) have each adopted the Clean Car Rule after a joint public hearing. Their independent approval of the Clean Car Rule allows California’s Advanced Clean Cars to be implemented statewide in New Mexico beginning 1 July 2022.

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New Mexico Hits the Gas on Cleaner Cars

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By Kathy Harris & Noah Long New Mexicans will now be able to buy cleaner, zero-emission vehicles in the state, thanks to Advanced Clean Cars (ACC) standards unanimously adopted by the Joint Albuquerque New Mexico Environmental Improvement and Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Air Quality Control Boards (“Boards”).

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NM Air Quality Decision-Makers Vote to Continue New Clean Car Standards

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Subsequently, the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Air Quality Control Board voted unanimously to reject the challenge. The New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board voted 4-1 yesterday to reject a challenge to newly enacted clean car standards. These standards will bring more electric vehicles to the state and directly benefit New Mexicans.

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Antelope Valley adds 16 more BYD electric buses to fleet

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The K11Ms were originally to go to the Albuquerque, but will now be operating on the streets of the Antelope Valley. Depending on the configuration, the bus can accommodate up to 89 passengers. It has a range of up to 220 miles and can be fully charged in three to four hours.

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Emerson and BayoTech partner to scale production and distribution of low-cost, modular SMRs for hydrogen production

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Using Emerson’s programmable logic controller and edge control technologies, remote monitoring and Microsoft Azure IoT Suite, the unmanned, fully autonomous skids will operate and be monitored remotely from BayoTech’s Albuquerque, New Mexico headquarters.

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