By Farah Siddiqi
Michigan News Connection 

EPA offers longer rollout for emissions rules on light-duty vehicles

 

March 28, 2024

Michigan voters want the federal government to invest in zero emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency is setting stricter limits on vehicle tailpipe emissions through 2032 and giving automakers an additional three years to meet them.

The Biden administration's plan to reach net-zero vehicle emissions came out almost a year ago. The auto industry's lower-than-expected profits are partly attributed to the compliance requirements for new electric vehicles under the previous EPA standards.

Matthew Davis, vice president of federal policy for the League of Conservation Voters, is optimistic about the new limits and said they line up with Michigan's goals as well....



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