California is expected to adopt a 13-year deadline for the end of the sale of new, internal combustion-powered vehicles. CARB, the California Air Resources Board, will vote today to require all new cars sold in the state to be powered by electricity or hydrogen by 2035, with an intermediary requirement of 35% of new cars sold to be electrically powered by 2026 with increasing requirements in 2028 and 2030. The state accounts for 10% of the U.S. car market. Significant equity questions remain, in terms of upfront purchasing costs, and charging access for tenants, especially those in multi-unit buildings. (Sacramento Bee $, AP, Bloomberg $, Times-Herald, E&E News, New York Times $, Rolling Stone, The Verge, ABC, The Hill, The Guardian, Politico Pro $)