Funds can be spent on projects that replace high-emitting diesels with cleaner diesel technology or engines that run on other fuels.…
February 21, 2017 | WardsAuto.com
An administrator with CARB, which has an ambitious goal to populate California roads with 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles by 2025 in a bid to reduce greenhouse gases, says he sees diesel playing a role in the state’s low carbon future.
“From our perspective, we were betting very heavily on clean diesel being part of the solution,” CARB Deputy Executive Officer Alberto Ayala tells Wards Auto. “When we began to see the light duty automakers bringing to market some of the clean-diesel technology that was emerging at the time, we tried to do what we could to be supportive.”