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New Mexico to enact advanced Clean Car & Clean Truck rules

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New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced that the state will move to adopt the Advanced Clean Cars and Advanced Clean Trucks rules, which will set annual targets for the sale of new zero emission cars and trucks in New Mexico over time.

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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. —New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Cabinet Secretary James Kenney.

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New Mexico State Parks To Re-Work Fees With Aim To Improve Protection, Access

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New Mexico’s state park agency recently announced that planners are seeking public input on a revamped park access schedule. continued] The post New Mexico State Parks To Re-Work Fees With Aim To Improve Protection, Access appeared first on CleanTechnica. The juggling act is not only.

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Daimler Trucks’ Autonomous Technology Group adding testing center in New Mexico

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Now, the Autonomous Technology Group will extend its testing to New Mexico by building up a new testing center in Albuquerque. Expanding to a new location will support testing and provide data for more use cases of next generation vehicles on public roads starting this fall. Earlier post.).

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New Mexico Chooses Recipients And Locations For Infrastructure Bill Charging Stations

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continued] The post New Mexico Chooses Recipients And Locations For Infrastructure Bill Charging Stations appeared first on CleanTechnica. The infrastructure bill that provided billions for EV charging stations wasn’t a simple thing. On the surface, spending big money.

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New Mexico Utilities Can Invest Over $11 Million Into EV Infrastructure & Education

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The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project has announced that the Public Service Company of New Mexico can invest $10 million in a suite of EV programs with over $3 million focusing on low-income families.

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New Mexico Adopts Crucial Package to Clean up Cars & Trucks

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continued] The post New Mexico Adopts Crucial Package to Clean up Cars & Trucks appeared first on CleanTechnica. Adoption of the Advanced Clean Cars II, Advanced Clean Trucks, and Heavy-Duty Low NOx standards will provide significant benefits to.