On April 12, the EPA proposed stringent new greenhouse gas (GHG) and pollution standards for cars and trucks. If made final, the proposed standards are a step toward a nationwide ban on gasoline and diesel vehicle sales.
Chevron supports policies that are cost-effective and take a technology-inclusive, all-of-the-above approach to carbon reduction. Chevron supports the goals of GHG reduction emission standard programs and economy-wide carbon policy that create a level playing field for all technologies that can provide affordable, reliable, ever-cleaner energy.
Chevron does not support the proposed EPA’s tailpipe standard regulations as they do not encourage all affordable and effective alternatives to compete in the marketplace. Below are a few of the concerns Chevron has with the proposals.
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