b'that they will be available, it is not clear that approved diesel particulate fi lters designed forForthecurrentversionoftheproposednew marine use will be on the market when needed. rules,clickHEREhttps://ww2.arb.ca.gov/sites/default/files/classic/ports/marinevess/harborcraft/The new performance standards will be phasedworkshop/20200930/draftreglanguage09302020.pdf.in over a period of time.For most ferries, the phase-in will start as early as January 1, 2024For information on the March 16 webinar, click HERE (less than three years from now) for engineshttps://ww2.arb.ca.gov/sites/default/files/2021-02/ofmodelyears2007,2008,and2009(thusMarch%202021%20Workshop%20Notice.pdf.permittingsomeoftheseengineswithan allowable lifespan of no more than 15 years).The CARB Board intends to give fi nal approval to an Over the next fi years, more recent engineupdated rule in November of this year. ve model years will be impacted, resulting in some having an allowable lifespan of as short as seven years.For excursion vessels, the fi engine modelrst yearstobeaff ectedwillbethoseforyears 2007-2010;thiswilloccurasofJanuary1. 2026.Over the next four years, more recent engine model years on excursion vessels will be required to meet the new standards.What will happen if the deadline for enhancing theemissionsperformancefortheengines ofanexistingin-usevesselisapproaching, butcomplianceisnotfeasible(forexample, if compliant engines are not on the market)? Theproposedruleallowsforathree-year extensionofthedeadline,andthiscanbe renewed a second time (for a total extension of six years).To obtain an extension, the vessel operator must demonstrate that Tier 4 plus DPF is not feasible on the current vessel and that,alternatively,thecostofareplacement vessel is not aff ordable.Forsometypesofvessels,CARBwantsto force the use of Zero-Emission or Alternative Technology(ZEAT)propulsion.Zero-emission capable hybrid technology would be required for new excursion vessels as of January 1, 2025 (less than four years from now).Zero-emissionpropulsionwouldberequiredfor all (new and in-use) short-run ferries (those with a route of no more than three nautical miles) as of January 1, 2026.Theproposedrulealsoincludesanew requirement for all passenger vessels:testing of emissions for opacity.This would take place every two years.And, for the fi rst time, CARB would impose an annual fee, to be assessed onIMTRA COLORS 2016each regulated vessel and engine.13228 8,98]For a slide show summarizing the regulatoryPrimary UseSecondary Useprocess and the proposed rules, click HEREThe Trusted Source for Quality Systemshttps://ww2.arb.ca.gov/sites/default/THRUSTERSLIGHTINGSEATINGDOORSTRIM CONTROLWIPERSCONTROLSfiles/2020-09/CHC%20Workshop%20 www.imtra.comSeptember%202020.pdf. Blue Pantone 647 Pantone Cool Gray 7 Pantone Cool Gray 2 Black Pantone 368 Pantone 62996C 54M 5Y 27K 20C 14M 12Y 40K 5C 3M 5Y 11K 0C 0M 0Y 100K 65C 0M 100Y 0K 36C 0M 9Y 0KMARCH 2021 29 LEGISLATIVE REPORT'