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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.

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Tesla showroom opens in Connecticut

Teslarati

Tesla showroom opens in Connecticut Tesla-showroom-connecticut Tesla showroom opens in Connecticut, sidestepping the state’s direct sales ban. Connecticut has a firm stance against automakers selling electric vehicles directly to customers and has fought hard to keep Tesla from establishing a showroom in the state.

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Connecticut Moves To Soften EV Mandate

CleanTechnica EVs

Recently, Connecticut’s Governor Ned Lamont shocked the EV world by backing out on a plan to mandate all new vehicles. continued] The post Connecticut Moves To Soften EV Mandate appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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Connecticut & Rhode Island’s offshore wind farm just got the construction go-ahead

Electrek

Revolution Wind, Rhode Island and Connecticut’s first utility-scale offshore wind farm, can begin offshore construction in 2024. more… The post Connecticut & Rhode Island’s offshore wind farm just got the construction go-ahead appeared first on Electrek.

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Connecticut Dealership Sues Tesla

CleanTechnica EVs

In June, Hoffman Auto Group of East Hartford, Connecticut, sued Tesla, the Town of East Hartford, and the development company InSite to try to prevent Tesla from opening a service center in the area.

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Tesla skirts Connecticut direct-sales ban with store in tribal casino

Green Car Reports

In Connecticut, it's skirting one such ban by locating a store in a Native American casino. Roughly a decade after opening its first company-owned stores, Tesla is still fighting direct-sales bans in some states.

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Connecticut Scraps 2035 ICE Vehicle Ban Plan

CleanTechnica EVs

continued] The post Connecticut Scraps 2035 ICE Vehicle Ban Plan appeared first on CleanTechnica. When California governor and former CleanTechnica contributor Gavin Newsom announced that the state would ban the sale of most internal-combustion.