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New York passes law that will ban all gas-powered car sales by 2035
by Mariella Moon
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15 September 2021
On 15 September 2021 engadget reported:
In 14 years' time, no fossil fuel-powered vehicles will be sold in New York anymore. The state has passed a new law that bans the sale of gas vehicles starting in 2035, requiring all new cars to be zero emission. New York's Senate and Assembly passed the bill and Governor Kathy Hochul signed it into law last week. The move will help reduce the state's greenhouse gas emissions by 35 percent and help it achieve its climate targets, including an 85 reduction in GHG emissions by 2050.
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The law also requires all medium- and heavy-duty vehicles sold in New York to be emissions-free by 2045.
... California also banned the sales of new gas-powered cars by 2035 last year, and Massachusetts followed suit earlier this year.
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