The California Air Resources Board has a lot to do with German auto makers’ sudden interest in hybrids and electric vehicles. German diesels might soon become endangered species if newly proposed emissions standards take effect. Representatives from auto makers, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and non-governmental organizations have met in recent weeks with CARB to discuss LEV III, the next step in California’s Low Emission Vehicle program. CARB has demonstrated over the years ...

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