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Light-duty ZEVs accounted for 21.1% of new vehicles sold in California in Q1

Green Car Congress

California posted new light-duty zero emission vehicle (ZEV) sales—battery-electric (BEV), plug-in hybrid (PHEV) and fuel cell vehicles (FCEV)—of 124,053 units in Q1 2023, representing 21.1% market share of the total 588,455 light-duty vehicles sold, according to the California Energy Commission. Source: CEC.

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California reaches EV charging infrastructure milestone

Teslarati

California has reached a key milestone in the development of its electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure, with the Governor’s office over the weekend highlighting that the state now has one charging station for every five gas stations. BEV sales took place in California. and Germany. and Germany. In 2023, one-third of all U.S.

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Sunbelt Rentals adds electric skid steer to its California lineup

Electrek

The latest addition to Sunbelt Rentals’ ever-expanding lineup of zero-emission construction equipment is here, and it’s an all-electric skid steer set to be deployed on the Gateway project at UC Berkeley, California.

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Zero-Emission Vehicles Sales Still Going Well In California

CleanTechnica EVs

The State of California has the most zero-emission vehicles in the US, and sales of this vehicle type are still doing well. Another fact is that the State of California is on track to reach. Californians purchased just over 102,000 zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) in the first three months of 2024.

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EV market share sags in California, though EV sales are up

Green Car Reports

California EV sales increased in the first quarter of 2024, but market share still fell, according to a new quarterly report from the California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA). The absolute number of EVs sold in California grew from 89,741 in the fourth quarter of 2023 to 90,296 in.

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California EV adoption driving steady decline in emissions: study

Teslarati

A new study from the University of California (UC) Berkeley shows a steady, albeit modest, decline in carbon emissions with increased electric vehicle (EV) adoption over the last few years. California made up a third of all U.S. percent annual reduction would be enough to reach California’s 2045 carbon neutrality target.

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Connecticut and Maine delay adopting California EV mandate

Green Car Reports

Connecticut and Maine have delayed adoption of California's EV sales mandate, leaving EV advocates to retrench, reports Energy News Network.