Fleets that operate in urban centers, have stop and go driving cycles, and are centrally maintained and fueled are well suited for introducing zero-emission technology. Promoting the development and use of advanced clean trucks will help CARB achieve its emission reduction strategies as outlined in the State Implementation Plan (SIP), Sustainable Freight Action Plan, Senate Bill (SB) 350, and Assembly Bill (AB) 32.
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Advanced Clean Trucks Fact Sheet
This fact sheet describes the proposed Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) Regulation and how the California Air Resources Board plans to accelerate the first wave of zero-emission trucks.