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Hot on the heels of a nearly $70 million Series A, Arcadia-based EV charging company EVCS announced yesterday a new subscription service designed to make vehicle charging simpler than it’s ever been.

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The California Air Resources Board has issued a proposal to ban the sale of diesel trucks in the state starting in 2040. The push comes on the heels of the agency’s decision to ban the sale of all new gasoline powered passenger vehicles by 2035, which is now expected to be adopted by a slew of other states including Washington, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon and Vermont.

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Early today Gavin Newsom’s office announced that the governor had signed the EV Charging Reliability Transparency Act. On the surface, the bill—which was originally introduced by assembly members Phil Ting and Eloise Gómez Reyes—aims to improve electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the state by mandating that the California Energy Commission (CEC) work with public utility companies (PUC) to assess and document vehicle charger uptime across the state.

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