NM Lawmakers Discuss Possible New Zero-Carbon Emission Vehicle Rules


The State of New Mexico is proposing rules that would require auto manufacturers to deliver 43% of new vehicles for sale to be zero emissions by 2027 moving up yearly to 82% by 2032. A discussion on the proposed rules were part of a meeting held at Roundhouse on Monday of the Water and Natural Resources Committee that focused on new proposed tax credits in New Mexico to help small businesses and poorer individuals purchase electric vehicles.

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