SACRAMENTO, Calif. — As California regulators explore new rules to put self-driving semitrucks on the road, labor unions are rushing to the state Legislature to ask for a new law they say will protect their jobs.
Starting in 2023, Tesla will effectively be banned from advertising its vehicles as Full Self-Driving in California under a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
California could become the first state to fine big oil companies for making too much money, a reaction to the industry’s supersized profits following a summer of record-high gas prices in the nation’s most populous state.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Furious about oil companies’ supersized profits after a summer of record-high gas prices, California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Dec. 5 will formally start his campaign to punish big producers by asking the Legislature to fine them and give the money back to drivers.
From truckers to railroaders, commenters testifying at an Oct. 27 public hearing and in writing expressed concerns ranging from the cost of new electric trucks to the adequacy of charging infrastructure when California’s proposed Advanced Clean Fleets Regulation takes effect beginning in 2024.
The governor of California is strengthening a clear energy partnership with two neighboring states and British Columbia.
Toyota Motor Corp. plans to keep gas-powered cars as a key part of its lineup, rejecting efforts by rivals to go fully electric amid concerns over how quickly consumers will embrace new technologies.
Saying they had a “moral obligation,” California regulators could soon ban the sale of diesel big rigs by 2040.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California plans to require all new cars, trucks and SUVs to run on electricity or hydrogen by 2035 under a policy approved Aug. 25 by regulators that seeks a dramatic cut in carbon emissions and an eventual end to gasoline-powered vehicles.
Los Angeles drivers know they pay more for gasoline than the average U.S. driver: It’s the price for cleaner air in a state that’s made being green part of its DNA.