Speak Up: ZEV regulations draw mixed reactions from Delaware lawmakers


Delaware’s proposed zero-emission vehicle regulations became a heavily debated topic among lawmakers during the first leg of the 152nd General Assembly. And, with the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s recent decision to adopt the regulations — with an 82% requirement for the delivery of new vehicles in model year 2032 and increasing requirements until then — the conversation has continued.

  • All you’re going to do is lose revenue for the state because people will buy everything out of state. — Logan Rob
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