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Fleet electric vehicles can help an organization reduce emissions, cut fuel costs, and lower operating costs. Over 40 light duty EVs are available in California, and the medium and heavy duty EV market is quickly expanding. We can help you identify the best opportunities to utilize cleaner electric vehicles in your operations.

Are you a fleet operator who currently owns or leases electric fleet vehicles, or is planning to purchase or lease electric fleet vehicles?

If so, you can access several fleet-focused programs for vehicle electrification and charging infrastructure development.

CVRP for Public Fleets
Rebates up to $7,000 are available for public agencies to purchase new, eligible zero-emission and plug-in hybrid light-duty vehicles: https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/fleet

Federal Tax Credit
A federal tax credit of up to $7,500 per vehicle can be taken by private fleets, or by public/non-profit fleets if the dealer passes on the credit: https://www.georgetownclimate.org/files/report/Capturing-the-Federal-EV-Tax-Credit-for-Public-Fleets.pdf

California HVIP program
Point of sale rebates up to $220,000 for medium and heavy duty EVs. https://www.californiahvip.org/

PG&E Fleet Electrification Programs (coming soon)
In May 2018, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved $236 million for PG&E to install make-ready infrastructure that supports medium and heavy-duty electric fleet vehicle charging. Over the next five years PG&E will install infrastructure at 700 sites, driving the adoption of at least 6,500 additional electric fleet vehicles. Sign up to be notified when the full program launches at: www.pge.com/fleetready

SCE Fleet Electrification Resources
SCE has extensive fleet electrification resources and is launching a program to install free make-ready infrastructure that supports medium and heavy-duty electric fleet vehicle charging. SCE’s program of $343 million will install infrastructure at 870 sites, driving the adoption of at least 8,500 additional electric fleet vehicles: https://www.sce.com/wps/portal/home/business/electric-cars/charging-stations-for-fleet/

Pacific Gas & Electric – EV Charge Network Program
Pays for the cost of charger installations at workplace (including fleet) and multi-unit housing: https://www.pge.com/en_US/large-business/solar-and-vehicles/clean-vehicles/ev-charge-network.page

Southern California Edison – Charge Ready Pilot
Pays for the cost of charger installations at workplace (including fleet) and multi-unit housing. Bridge funding has just been approved for installations now, and a future, large Charge Ready 2 program for up to 48,000 chargers is expected to launch in 2020: https://www.sce.com/business/electric-cars/Charge-Ready

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