Reuters
2022.06.22 04:43

U.S. EPA to propose new tougher vehicle emissions rules by March

WASHINGTON, June 21 (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to propose new, more stringent vehicle emissions rules through at least the 2030 model year by March, according to a regulatory update here

WASHINGTON, June 21 (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to propose new, more stringent vehicle emissions rules through at least the 2030 model year by March, according to a regulatory update here

released Tuesday.

In December, the EPA finalized new tailpipe emissions requirements through the 2026 model year that reversed then-President Donald Trump’s rollback of car pollution cuts and will speed a U.S. shift to more electric vehicles. The EPA said on Tuesday it plans to finalize by March 2024 the latest round of requirements, covering at least 2027 through 2030.

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