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California To Award $6 Million Through Car Sharing & Mobility Options Pilot Project

Original story at CleanTechnica• 4 mentions • 2 months ago

CleanTechnica 2 months ago

 
April 12th, 2017 by James AyreThe California Air Resources Board, often referred to simply as CARB, will be granting a total of $6 million in awards as part of the Car Sharing and Mobility Options Pilot Project for Fiscal Year 2016–17. In relation to this, CARB has now officially opened a grant solicitation for project applicants. To explain, the purported purpose of the project is to slash greenhouse gas emissions (as well as air pollution) through the use of zero and low emissions carsharing fleets, as well as other mobility options, in disadvantaged areas of California. CARB has apparently revealed ...
 
 
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