The Deliverator is a electric vehicle manufactured in Eugene and designed for food and other delivery work. 

Oregon’s Environmental Quality Commission is considering rules to require by 2035 all new vehicles sold in the state be zero emission vehicles. Should it?

Oregon would be following in California’s footsteps. California can adopt its own vehicle emission standards under a waiver of the Clean Air Act. And as Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality explains it, Oregon can do what California does as long as it follows California.

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Don't do it Oregon. And if you do, allow PHEVs, which is physically the only way to reach fleet electrification under near term manufacturing constraints.


Heck yeah lets go. If we hurry and are lucky there might even be one or two trees left by 2050.

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