REE Automotive’s P7-C electric truck can now be sold in California, after receiving CARB certifications. The latter make the truck eligible for over $100,000 in state and federal incentives. CARB is an acronym for California Air Resources Board and was obtained on the Class 4 P7-C chassis cab.

California and several other states have indicated plans to adopt the Advanced Clean Truck Regulation, a manufacturers sales requirement to sell growing percentages of electric trucks, and requires ZEP certification.

REE Automotive: CARB certifications for state incentives

“Being CARB certified unlocks many doors for us and for our customers as we can now sell in California, and I am excited for our California dealers as they start to receive their Powered by REE trucks,” said Daniel Barel, CEO and co-founder of REE Automotive. “This is an important milestone since now Powered by REE vehicles can receive more than $100,000 incentive funding which makes it even easier for fleets to electrify. We believe that this cost savings, combined with our REEcorner and x-by-wire technology’s ability to lower total cost of ownership, will boost even further the strong demand we see for our P7 lineup.”


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