Another push to get more clean cars on New Jersey’s roads

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TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT – Clean-energy advocates are still looking for ways to jumpstart the state’s efforts to phase out gas-guzzling cars in favor of plug-in electric vehicles.

Sen. Bob Smith, the chairman of the Senate Environment and Energy Committee, introduced a new bill (S-2382) that would have the state provide $100 million a year for the next three years in rebates to consumers who switch to zero-emission vehicles.

For Smith, the transformation of the transportation sector, the largest source of greenhouse-gas emissions, is becoming a pet cause …

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