By Sam McEachern The California Air Resources Board this week issued a letter to Volkswagen Group asking it to provide more details on the zero-emissions vehicle (ZEV) infrastructure it plans to implement across the United States between 2018 and 2020.
CARB’s concern is over VW’s $800 million commitment to California to build out ZEV-related investments over 10 years as part of a multi-billion dollar settlement with it and the U.S. EPA over diesel emissions cheating.
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The CARB letter dated May 24 came almost a month after CARB had said to expect it, and asked for a supplementary
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