An alliance of eight CESA member states have released a collaborative action plan to put 3.3 million zero-emission vehicles on the road by 2025. These eight partner states representing a bi-coastal effort across the country are California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Oregon, Rhode Island and Vermont. Together these eight states comprise 25% of the nation's new car sales. The collaborative action plan outlines steps to develop infrastructure, coordinate policies, and prepare the consumer market for zero-emission vehicles. This partnership began with the signing of a memorandum of understanding in October of 2013. Since the MOU was signed, state regulators have collaborated with the auto industry, infrastructure developers and other stakeholders to develop best practices and share information. For more information, click here.