(KTXL) — California has a goal of getting 5 million zero-emission vehicles on the state’s roads by 2030. 

A major step to accelerate that objective was taken when the U.S. Senate voted to reduce carbon emissions to 40% by 2030, as part of the inflation reduction legislation. 

Gia Vacin, the assistant deputy director in the ZEV Market Development with the California’s Go-Biz Office, joined Sonseeahray Tonsall on Monday to discuss how nonprofit Valley CAN works to provide equal access to ZEVs.