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prabhakar_deosthali   2/27/2014 8:20:07 AM
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The shift from subsidies to fines. That is a welcome policy transition. 

It would force the increase the population of EVs, which will automatically bring their costs down plus thier will be a push towards building more charging stations on the highways.

All in all , the goal should be to reduce the carbon emission either by EV or any other alternate technology vehicles. So the law should be broad enough to treat Zero Emission vehicles using alternate technology also, in my opinion.

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