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California begins phasing out gas vehicles in fight against climate change

California set itself on a path Thursday to end the era of gas-powered cars, with air regulators adopting the world's most stringent rules for transitioning to zero-emission vehicles. Other states are expected to follow, further accelerating the production of zero-emissions vehicles. The switch from gas will drastically reduce emissions and air pollutants. Today, the state has about 80,000 public chargers. The California Energy Commission predicted that needs to jump to 1.2 million by 2030.

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