), a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies, announced today the company’s support of the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) unanimous decision to adopt a strong suite of Clean Cars Standards designed to further the deployment of advanced vehicle technology, cut air pollution and save consumer dollars.
“Today, we are especially proud to be a California company,” stated Jonathan Read, President and CEO of ECOtality. “This historic decision substantiates California’s continued visionary leadership in reducing the emissions of passenger cars and its support for innovative vehicle technologies. The qualified support expressed by leading automakers validates the future growth of electric vehicle adoption. We look forward to this regulation’s impact resonating with other states throughout the nation.”
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ECOtality, Inc. (NASDAQ:
), headquartered in San Francisco, California, is a leader in clean electric transportation and storage technologies. Through innovation, acquisitions, and strategic partnerships, ECOtality accelerates the market applicability of advanced electric technologies to replace carbon-based fuels. For more information about ECOtality, Inc., please visit
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