California's low carbon vehicles plan moves up a gear

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State aims to have 1.4 million electric, hybrid and hydrogen cars by 2025 as well as reduce emissions by 52 million tonnes

California has unveiled proposals to slash transport emissions and put 1.4 million electric, plug-in hybrid and hydrogen-powered cars on its roads by 2025. The Advanced Clean Car package of regulations...

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