A bill that requires a regular review of California’s electric vehicle infrastructure is a step toward a clean-energy economy, a trade group said. By a unanimous vote, California lawmakers approved Assembly Bill 2127, as amended, that calls for a biannual update on electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The bill mandates the review to gauge progress on a state-wide effort to put at least 5 million zero-emission vehicles on California roads by 2030. The bill now heads to California Gov. Jerry Brown for his signature. California Assemblyman Phil Ting worked with national business group Advanced Energy Economy to craft the bill. “This is an important step for California as it blazes the trail toward an electric transportation […]