Musk Calls Out California ARB for ‘Pathetically Low’ Zero Emission Credit Standards

By Jon LeSage CEO Elon Musk went on a bit of an offensive rant over California’s stance toward its zero emission vehicle credit program during the Tesla shareholder call on Wednesday.
In what was reported as an unusual “public tirade,” Musk bore down upon the California Air Resources Board, saying the standards need to be raised. The ARB requires automakers to sell electric and fuel cell vehicles in proportion to their market share in the state. Companies that exceed the standards, such as Tesla and Nissan, can sell their extra credits to automakers that don’t reach their marks.
“The California Air Resources Board is being

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