|HB 2338 - DIGEST|
|(SEE ALSO PROPOSED 2ND SUB)|
Supports the deployment of clean transportation fuel technologies through a carefully designed program that reduces the carbon intensity of fuel used in the state, in order to: (1) Reduce levels of conventional air pollutants from diesel and gasoline that are harmful to public health;
(2) Reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with transportation fuels, which are the state's largest source of greenhouse gas emissions; and
(3) Create jobs and spur economic development based on innovative clean fuel technologies.
Requires the joint legislative audit and review committee to analyze, by December 1, 2026, the impacts of the initial five years of clean fuels program implementation.