Sacramento Clean Cities news & updates
August 15, 2019
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The California Air Resources Project Board has launched CORE (Clean Off-Road Equipment Voucher Incentive Program) a new $40 million program designed to accelerate the purchase and use of zero-emission off-road freight technologies.

BMW's Mini Cooper will have an electric vehicle available in the US in 2020 with typical performance expected from a MINI. The European version is expected to retail at $35,800.

Nissan and EVgo are installing 200 more DC Fast Chargers in their Networks around the US.

Indy cars will have conventional hybrid technology starting in 2022 allowing braking energy to be used to generate, store, and reuse electric power.
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition Sponsors Making the News!
Nikola Wins Grant to Improve Fuel Cells
Sacramento Clean Cities Coalition sponsor Nikola has been awarded $1.7M by the DOE to research an advanced fuel cell membrane technology.