The commercialization of plug-in and fuel-cell electric vehicles in China and the U.S. gets a boost with a 5-year partnership under an agreement signed in China. The ZEV Policy Lab is a collaboration between the University of California-Davis and the China Automotive Technology and Research Center (CATARC). The alliance aims to help expand the global market for zero-emissions vehicles (ZEV) by providing intellectual support for design of ZEV policies and analysis of consumer markets, ...

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