Fund, which stems from auto manufacturer’s settlement for cheating on emissions testing, will focus on urban areas, promote electric vehicles…
May 10, 2018 |
Pennsylvania's governor said Thursday the state will use a $118 million settlement with Volkswagen over the company's cheating on emissions tests to cut air pollution in the state.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf told The Associated Press that he is setting up Driving PA Forward, a program to distribute grants and rebates that aim to boost air quality.
The goal is to replace older diesel engines with new technologies, and cut nitrogen oxide emissions by up to 27,700 tons.
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Governor Tom Wolf announced first round of grant approvals through Driving PA Forward initiative, funded by PA's share of settlement with VW for cheating on EPA emissions tests.…