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GM calls for an emissions-credit program that will cover the entire US (GM)

GM calls for an emissions-credit program that will cover the entire US (GM)
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General Motors has proposed a National Zero Emissions Vehicle (NZEV) program.




The program would be based on a current system of ZEV credits used by California and nine other states.




GM, which is rolling out 20 new electric vehicles by 2023, believes an NZEV program would spur the development of more American-made electric cars and trucks.



On Friday, General Motors proposed a nationwide program for zero-emissions credits that would greatly extend the current nine-state framework and encourage automakers to introduce more electrified vehicles.
In a statement, GM said the National Zero Emissions Vehicle (NZEV) program "has the potential to place more than seven million long-range [electric vehicles] on the road by 2030, yielding a cumulative incremental reduction of 375 million tons of CO2 emissions between 2021 and 2030 over the existing ZEV program."
At the moment, the ZEV program is limited to California and nine additional states.
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