By Jon LeSage Quebec has become the first Canadian province to join California and nine other U.S. states by adopting zero emission vehicle sales requirements.
The province’s Assemblée Nationale passed the regulation on Oct. 26 by a unanimous vote of 112 to 0. Canada’s plug-in electrified vehicle community cheered the decision.
Quebec’s new rules appear to be patterned on ZEV targets originally set in California. Beginning with the 2018 model year, automakers selling in Quebec will need to generate ZEV credits equivalent to 3.5 percent of their sales in Quebec, and that percentage will be quickly rising.
The end goal will be 15.5 percent of new
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