California deflates goal for zero-emissions vehicles

03/28/2008 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

The California Air Resources Board has reduced its rule on how many battery-powered and hydrogen-fuel-cell vehicles must be sold by 2014 to give automakers more time to meet the new standards. As an alternative, the state called for 60,000 hybrid vehicles to be put on the road while automakers invent technology to mass produce zero-emissions vehicles.

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