Clean Cars Nevada: An Analysis of Its Feasibility and Impact on Consumers and the Environment

Clean Cars Nevada: An Analysis of Its Feasibility and Impact on Consumers and the Environment

An independent report was just released by Shulock Consulting, Clean Cars Nevada: An Analysis of Its Feasibility and Impact on Consumers and the Environment. Below is both the Factsheet and the full report.

Factsheet: Electric Vehicle Cost-Benefit Analysis

Executive Summary

Transportation is the number one source of climate pollution in Nevada, and without bold action in this sector, the state will fall short of its goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero or near-zero by 2050. Clean Cars Nevada is designed to bring more low- and zero-emission vehicles to dealerships, increasing affordability and delivering cleaner options for sale in the state.

In 2020, Governor Steve Sisolak directed the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection to start the process of adopting Clean Cars Nevada. The initiative includes a public process to establish low-emission vehicle (LEV) and zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) requirements for automakers similar to those that have already been adopted in several states.

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Report: Electric Vehicle Cost-Benefit Analysis

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