As California charts its course toward a sustainable recovery from a pandemic-caused recession, policymakers have committed to maintaining its air-quality and clean-energy goals.

Just last week the California Air Resources Board adopted the world’s first zero-emission commercial truck requirement. In conjunction with the state’s zero-emission bus requirement for transit agencies and zero emission vehicle requirements for passenger vehicles, the state will require smart policies that leverage private investment to ensure the necessary infrastructure is in place to support these goals.

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