GM challenges Trump administration to start a nationwide zero-emissions vehicle program

To do this, GM is calling for 25 percent of all automakers’ fleets to switch to electric or hybrid power.

It also suggests an expansion of California’s current zero-emissions vehicle (ZEV) “credit” system in which automakers have to make and sell a minimum number of clean cars, but they can swap credits if they have a deficit or a surplus. (For instance, Tesla, which sells more EVs than any other car company in the US, said this week that it sold $52 million worth of ZEV credits in the third quarter of 2018.)

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