Governor’s proposal means to give green light to electric vehicle sales in state

RIO RANCHO — In a continued effort to get New Mexico to zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced a plan requiring vehicle manufacturers to provide an increasing number of electric models in the state over the next decade.

The Advanced Clean Cars & Advanced Trucks rule requires manufacturers to ensure at least 43% of all cars and 15% to 20% of all trucks sold in New Mexico are electric models by the 2026 calendar year.

Read the full story by the Santa Fe New Mexican.


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