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Automakers, Colorado reach deal on zero-emission vehicle mandate

July 30, 2019


WASHINGTON — Colorado and major automakers said on Monday they have reached a deal on the state’s plan to adopt California’s zero-emission vehicle requirements after earlier talks had ended without a deal.

The state, which plans to join the California program starting in the 2023 model year, has agreed to allow automakers to earn credits for selling electric vehicles in the two model years prior and use other transitional credits available in other states.

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