Incentives and More
Browse national and local incentives, credits, and rebates

MassEVIP

Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program - State Level Grant
$ 750 Grant For Zero Emission Motorcycles
  • Available for purchase or lease of vehicle.
  • Must fill out application with MOR-EV.
State

Driving America Forward

Federal Tax Credit for Electric Vehicle Purchases
$ 7500 Up To $7,500 Tax Credit
  • COMING SOON - Build Back Better bill will increase the current electric car tax credit from $7,500 to $12,500.
  • You apply for the EV federal tax credit ( a dollar-for-dollar reduction) when you file your taxes for the year you purchased the vehicle. Fill out a IRS Form 8936.
  • Does not apply for leased vehicles on the federal level. Some states offer incentives for leased vehicles.
  • Can combine federal incentives with state incentives.
Federal

AFIG Program

Pennsylvania Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant
$ 500 Rebate For Electric Motorcycles
  • An additional $1,000 is available to applicants who meet low-income requirements.
  • Must apply through Department of Environmental Protection - Pennsylvania Website
State
Law IdStateTitleTextEnacted DateAmended DateRecent?Sequence NumberTypeAgencySignificant Update DateExpired DateArchived DateRepealed DateTopicTechnology CategoriesIncentive CategoriesRegulation CategoriesUser CategoriesReferences
273USSmartWay Transport PartnershipThe SmartWay Transport Partnership is a market-based public-private
collaboration between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and
the domestic freight industry. This partnership is designed to reduce
greenhouse gases and air pollution by accelerating the adoption of
advanced technologies and operational practices which increase fuel
efficiency and reduce emissions from goods movement. EPA provides
partners with performance benchmarking tools, fleet management best
practices, technology verification, public recognition and awards, and
use of the SmartWay Transport Partner logo to demonstrate their
leadership to customers, shareholders and other stakeholders. The
SmartWay Transport Partnership is working with partners to test and
verify advanced technologies and operational practices that save fuel
and reduce emissions. Grants are available to states, non-profits, and
academic institutions to demonstrate innovative idle reduction
technologies for the trucking industry. For more information, see the
[SmartWay Transport Partnership](http://www.epa.gov/smartway/) website.
false32ProgramsU.S. Environmental Protection AgencyBIOD|EFFEC|IR|NG|LPGGNT|LOANSFLEET|GOV
284USCongestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Improvement ProgramThe CMAQ Program provides funding to state departments of transportation
(DOTs), local governments, and transit agencies for projects and
programs that help meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act by
reducing mobile source emissions and regional congestion on
transportation networks. Eligible activities include transit
improvements, travel demand management strategies, congestion relief
efforts (such as high occupancy vehicle lanes), diesel retrofit
projects, alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure, and medium- or
heavy-duty zero emission vehicles and related charging equipment.
Projects supported with CMAQ funds must demonstrate emissions
reductions, be located in or benefit a U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency-designated nonattainment or maintenance area, and be a
transportation project. For more information, see the [FAST Act
CMAQ](http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/fastact/factsheets/cmaqfs.cfm) fact sheet
and [CMAQ Improvement
Program](http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/air_quality/cmaq/) website.
(Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/117th-congress) 117-58,
[Public Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/112th-congress)
112-141, 23 [U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 149, and 23 [U.S.
Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 151)
2005-08-10 00:00:00 UTC2021-11-15 00:00:00 UTCfalse54IncentivesU.S. Department of Transportation2021-11-29 21:00:16 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTSTATION|FLEET|GOVhttps://www.congress.gov/public-laws/117th-congress
288USClean Cities Coalition NetworkThe mission of Clean Cities Coalition Network is to foster the economic,
environmental, and energy security of the United States by working
locally to advance affordable, domestic transportation fuels and
technologies. Nearly 100 volunteer coalitions carry out this mission by
developing public/private partnerships to promote alternative and
renewable fuels, idle-reduction measures, fuel economy, improvements,
and emerging transportation technologies. The Clean Cities Coalition
Network provides information about financial opportunities, coordinates
technical assistance projects, updates and maintains databases and
websites, and publishes technical and informational materials. For more
information, see the [Clean Cities Coalition
Network](https://cleancities.energy.gov/) website.
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317USState Energy Program (SEP) FundingThe SEP provides grants to states to assist in designing, developing,
and implementing renewable energy and energy efficiency programs,
including programs to help reduce carbon emissions in the transportation
sector by 2050 and accelerate the use of alternative transportation
fuels for, and the electrification of, state government vehicles, fleet
vehicles, taxis and ridesharing services, mass transit, school buses,
ferries, and privately owned passenger and medium- and heavy-duty
vehicles. Each state\'s energy office receives SEP funding and manages
all SEP-funded projects. States may also receive project funding from
technology programs in the U.S. Department of Energy\'s Office of Energy
Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) for SEP Special Projects. EERE
distributes the funding through an annual competitive solicitation to
state energy offices. SEP is authorized through fiscal year 2026. For
more information, see the
[SEP](http://energy.gov/eere/wipo/state-energy-program) website.
(Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/117th-congress) 117-58 and 42
[U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 6322 through 6325)
2021-11-15 00:00:00 UTCfalse26IncentivesU.S. Department of Energy2021-11-29 21:33:02 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTOTHERhttps://www.congress.gov/public-laws/117th-congress
323USClean School BusThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency\'s (EPA) Clean School Bus
program provides funding to eligible applicants for the replacement of
existing school buses with clean, alternative fuel school buses or
zero-emission school buses. EPA may award up to 100% of the cost of the
replacement bus, charging equipment, or fueling infrastructure.
Alternative fuels include natural gas, hydrogen, propane, or biofuels.
Eligible applicants are school districts, state and local government
programs, federally recognized Indian tribes, and non-profit
organizations. EPA will prioritize funding for high-need local education
agencies; low income, rural and tribal schools; and, applications that
cost share through public-private partnerships, grants from other
entities, or school bonds. EPA will open a competitive Request for
Applications for Clean School Bus grant funding by fiscal year 2023. For
more information, see the [Clean School Bus
Plan](https://www.epa.gov/transportation-air-pollution-and-climate-change/clean-school-bus-plan)
website. (Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/117th-congress) 117-58 and 42
[U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 16091)
2021-11-15 00:00:00 UTCtrue33IncentivesU.S. Environmental Protection Agency2022-03-14 20:05:09 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HY|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOVhttps://www.congress.gov/public-laws/117th-congress
324USClean Construction and AgricultureClean Construction is a voluntary program that promotes the reduction of
diesel exhaust emissions from construction equipment and vehicles by
encouraging proper operations and maintenance, use of emissions-reducing
technologies, and use of cleaner fuels.

Clean Agriculture is a voluntary program that promotes the reduction of
diesel exhaust emissions from agricultural equipment and vehicles by
encouraging proper operations and maintenance by farmers, ranchers, and
agribusinesses, use of emissions-reducing technologies, and use of
cleaner fuels.

Clean Construction and Clean Agriculture are part of the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency\'s [Diesel Emissions Reduction Act
(DERA) Program](http://www.epa.gov/cleandiesel/), which offers funding
for clean diesel construction and agricultural equipment projects.

For more information, see the [Reducing Diesel Emissions from
Construction and
Agriculture](https://www.epa.gov/dera/reducing-diesel-emissions-construction-and-agriculture)
website.
false34ProgramsU.S. Environmental Protection AgencyBIOD|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTPURCH|FLEET|OTHER
325USPorts InitiativeThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency\'s (EPA) Ports Initiative is an
incentive-based program designed to reduce emissions by encouraging port
authorities and terminal operators to retrofit and replace older diesel
engines with new technologies and use cleaner fuels. EPA\'s Ports
Initiative offers funding to port authorities and public entities to
help them overcome barriers that impede the adoption of cleaner diesel
technologies and strategies. For more information, see the [Ports
Initiative](https://www.epa.gov/ports-initiative) website.
false34ProgramsU.S. Environmental Protection AgencyBIOD|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNT|OTHERFLEET|GOV
347USVehicle Acquisition and Fuel Use Requirements for State and Alternative Fuel Provider FleetsUnder the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 1992, as amended, certain state
government and alternative fuel provider fleets are required to acquire
alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) as a portion of their annual light-duty
vehicle acquisitions. Compliance is required by fleets that operate,
lease, or control 50 or more light-duty vehicles within the United
States. Of those 50 vehicles, at least 20 must be used primarily within
a single Metropolitan Statistical Area/Consolidated Metropolitan
Statistical Area, and those same 20 vehicles must also be capable of
being centrally fueled for the fleet to be subject to the regulatory
requirements.

Under [Standard
Compliance](https://epact.energy.gov/standard-compliance), the AFVs that
covered fleets acquire help them achieve compliance, with each AFV
acquired earning the fleet one AFV-acquisition credit. Covered fleets
may earn additional credits for AFVs earned in excess of their
requirements, and these credits may be banked for future use toward
compliance or traded with other fleets. Additionally, fleets that use
fuel blends containing at least 20% biodiesel (B20) in medium- and
heavy-duty vehicles may earn credits toward their annual AFV-acquisition
requirements. A fleet may also earn credits that may be used toward
compliance or banked once the fleet achieves compliance for investments
in alternative fuel infrastructure, mobile non-road equipment, and
emerging technologies associated with certain electric drive vehicle
technologies.

Fleets may also opt into [Alternative
Compliance](https://epact.energy.gov/alternative-compliance), which
allows fleets the option to choose a petroleum reduction path in lieu of
acquiring AFVs under Standard Compliance. Interested fleets must obtain
from DOE a waiver from Standard Compliance by submitting a plan that
demonstrates a path by which they will achieve a certain level of
petroleum reduction specific to their fleet composition.

For more information, visit the [EPAct State and Alternative Fuel
Provider Fleets](https://epact.energy.gov/) website.

(Reference 42 [U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 13251 and 13263a,
and 10 [CFR](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 490)
1992-10-24 00:00:00 UTC2007-03-20 00:00:00 UTCfalse23Laws and RegulationsU.S. Department of Energy2015-01-02 16:15:19 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQFLEET|GOV
358USVehicle Acquisition and Fuel Use Requirements for Private and Local Government FleetsUnder the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 1992, the U.S. Department of
Energy (DOE) was directed to determine whether private and local
government fleets should be mandated to acquire alternative fuel
vehicles (AFVs). In January 2004, DOE published a final rule announcing
its decision not to implement an AFV acquisition mandate for private and
local government fleets. In response to a March 2006 ruling by a U.S.
District Court, DOE issued a subsequent final rulemaking on the new
Replacement Fuel Goal in March 2007, which extended the EPAct 1992 goal
to 2030. The goal is to achieve a domestic production capacity for
replacement fuels sufficient to replace 30% of the U.S. motor fuel
consumption. In March 2008, DOE issued its determination not to
implement a fleet compliance mandate for private and local government
fleets, concluding that such a mandate is not necessary to achieve the
Replacement Fuel Goal. For more information on the Private and Local
Government Fleet Rule compliance, visit the [EPAct Private and Local
Government Fleet Determination](https://epact.energy.gov/about) website.
(Reference 42 [U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 13257)
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383USVoluntary Airport Low Emission (VALE) ProgramThe goal of the VALE Program is to reduce ground level emissions at
commercial service airports located in designated ozone and carbon
monoxide air quality nonattainment and maintenance areas. The VALE
Program provides funding through the Airport Improvement Program and the
Passenger Facility Charges program for the purchase of low emission
vehicles, development of fueling and recharging stations, implementing
gate electrification, and other airport air quality improvements. For
more information, see the [VALE
Program](http://www.faa.gov/airports/environmental/vale/) website.
(Reference 49 [U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 47139)
2005-08-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse56ProgramsU.S. Department of TransportationBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTSTATION|FLEET
386USHigh Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane ExemptionStates are allowed to exempt certified alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs)
and plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) from HOV lane requirements within
the state. Eligible AFVs are defined as vehicles operating solely on
methanol, denatured ethanol, or other alcohols; a mixture containing at
least 85% methanol, denatured ethanol, or other alcohols; natural gas,
propane, hydrogen, or coal derived liquid fuels; or fuels derived from
biological materials. PEVs are defined as vehicles that are recharged
from an external source of electricity and have a battery capacity of at
least 4 kilowatt-hours. States are also allowed to establish programs
allowing low-emission and energy-efficient vehicles to pay a toll to
access HOV lanes.

Vehicles must be certified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) and appropriately labeled for use in HOV lanes. The U.S.
Department of Transportation (DOT) is responsible for planning and
implementing HOV programs, including the low-emission and
energy-efficient vehicle criteria EPA established. States that choose to
adopt these requirements will be responsible for enforcement and vehicle
labeling. The HOV exemption for AFVs and PEVs expires September 30, 2025
and low-emission and energy-efficient vehicle toll-access to HOV lanes
expires September 30, 2019.

(Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/114th-congress) 114-94 and 23
[U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 166)
2005-08-10 00:00:00 UTC2015-12-04 00:00:00 UTCfalse59Laws and RegulationsU.S. Department of Transportation2015-12-14 22:09:37 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HY|NG|OTHER|PHEV|LPGDRESTINDhttp://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/|http://thomas.loc.gov/home/LegislativeData.php?&n=PublicLaws&c=112
388USAftermarket Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) ConversionsConventional original equipment manufacturer vehicles altered to operate
on propane, natural gas, methane gas, ethanol, or electricity are
classified as aftermarket AFV conversions. All vehicle conversions,
except those that are completed for a vehicle to run on electricity,
must meet current applicable U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
standards. For more information about vehicle conversion certification
requirements, see the Alternative Fuels Data Center\'s [Vehicle
Conversions](https://afdc.energy.gov/vehicles/conversions.html) website
and EPA\'s [Certification and Compliance for Vehicles and
Engines](https://www.epa.gov/ve-certification) website. (Reference 40
[CFR](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 85 and [Enforcement Policy on Vehicle
and Engine Tampering and Aftermarket Defeat
Devices](https://www.epa.gov/sites/default/files/2020-12/documents/epatamperingpolicy-enforcementpolicyonvehicleandenginetampering.pdf))
2011-04-08 00:00:00 UTC2011-03-30 00:00:00 UTCfalse37Laws and RegulationsU.S. Environmental Protection AgencyAFTMKTCONV|ETH|ELEC|HEV|NG|PHEV|LPGAIRQEMISSIONSMAN|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/
389USDiesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) ProgramThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency established the DERA Program to
reduce pollution emitted from diesel engines through the implementation
of varied control strategies and the involvement of national, state, and
local partners. DERA includes programs for existing diesel fleets,
regulations for clean diesel engines and fuels, and regional
collaborations and partnerships. For information on available grants and
funding opportunities, see the [DERA Funding](https://www.epa.gov/dera)
website.
false32ProgramsU.S. Environmental Protection AgencyAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|EFFEC|IR|NG|OTHER|LPGGNT|OTHERFLEET|GOV
392USImproved Energy Technology LoansThe U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) provides loan guarantees through the
Loan Guarantee Program to eligible projects that reduce air pollution
and greenhouse gases and support early commercial use of advanced
technologies, including biofuels and alternative fuel vehicles. The
program is not intended for research and development projects. DOE may
issue loan guarantees for up to 100% of the amount of the loan for an
eligible project. Eligible projects may include the deployment of
fueling infrastructure, including associated hardware and software, for
alternative fuels. For loan guarantees of over 80%, the loan must be
issued and funded by the Treasury Department\'s Federal Financing Bank.
For more information, see the [Loan Guarantee
Program](http://www.energy.gov/lpo/loan-programs-office) website and the
[Alternative Fuel
Infrastructure](https://energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2017/01/f34/FactSheet_Vehicle_Announcements_01_9_17.pdf)
fact sheet. (Reference 42 [U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 16513)
2005-08-08 00:00:00 UTCfalse27IncentivesU.S. Department of Energy2017-01-11 15:46:16 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGLOANSOTHER
409USQualified Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Tax CreditA tax credit is available for the purchase of a new qualified PEV that
draws propulsion using a traction battery that has at least five
kilowatt-hours (kWh) of capacity, uses an external source of energy to
recharge the battery, has a gross vehicle weight rating of up to 14,000
pounds, and meets specified emission standards. The minimum credit
amount is \$2,500, and the credit may be up to \$7,500, based on each
vehicle\'s traction battery capacity and the gross vehicle weight
rating. The credit will begin to be phased out for each manufacturer in
the second quarter following the calendar quarter in which a minimum of
200,000 qualified PEVs have been sold by that manufacturer for use in
the United States. This tax credit applies to vehicles acquired after
December 31, 2009. For more information, including qualifying vehicles
and sales by manufacturer, see the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) [PEV
Credit](http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Plug-In-Electric-Vehicle-Credit-IRC-30-and-IRC-30D)
website. Also refer to IRS Form 8936, which is available via the [IRS
Forms and
Publications](http://apps.irs.gov/app/picklist/list/formsPublications.html)
website.

(Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/112th-congress) 112-240,
Section 403; and 26 [U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 30D)
2008-10-03 00:00:00 UTC2013-01-02 00:00:00 UTCfalse18IncentivesU.S. Internal Revenue ServiceELEC|PHEVTAXFLEET|INDhttp://thomas.loc.gov/home/LegislativeData.php?&n=PublicLaws&c=112|http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/
4178AZAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Emissions Test ExemptionQualified AFVs registered for the first time in Arizona are not required
to complete emissions testing. This exemption does not apply after the
first registration year. All AFVs, excluding electric, solar, and
hydrogen vehicles, used to commute into Phoenix or Tucson, are required
to be emissions tested before they are registered. For more information,
visit the [Arizona Department of Environmental
Quality](https://www.azdeq.gov/) website. (Reference [Arizona Revised
Statutes](http://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp) 49-542 and
49-542.05)
2016-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse42State Incentives2015-05-13 18:37:27 UTCELEC|HY|NG|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp
4179AZReduced Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) License TaxThe vehicle license tax for an AFV registered in Arizona is \$4 for
every \$100 in assessed value. The minimum amount of the annual AFV
license tax is \$5. AFV assessed values are determined as follows:

- AFVs registered prior to January 1, 2022: 1% of the manufacturer's
suggested retail price (MSRP)
- AFVs initially registered between January 1, 2022 and December 31,
2022: 20% of the MSRP.

For each succeeding year, for the purpose of calculating the license
tax, the value of the AFV is reduced by 15% from the value from the
preceding year.

For the purpose of this tax, AFVs include those powered exclusively by
propane, natural gas, electricity, hydrogen, or a blend of hydrogen with
propane or natural gas. For more information, see the ADOT
[AFV](https://azdot.gov/motor-vehicles/vehicle-services/vehicle-registration/alternative-fuel-vehicle)
website. The reduced alternative fuel vehicle license tax does not apply
to any vehicle purchased on or after December 31, 2022.

(Reference [Arizona Revised
Statutes](http://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp) 1-215,
28-5801, 28-5805)
2018-04-25 00:00:00 UTC2019-06-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse30State Incentives2019-06-28 23:33:14 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGTAXFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp|https://www.azleg.gov/|https://www.azleg.gov/
4219CAEmployer Invested Emissions Reduction Funding - South CoastThe South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) administers the
Air Quality Investment Program (AQIP). AQIP provides funding to allow
employers within SCAQMD\'s jurisdiction to make annual investments into
an administered fund to meet employers\' emissions reduction targets.
The revenues collected are used to fund alternative mobile source
emissions and trip reduction programs, including alternative fuel
vehicle projects, on an on-going basis. Programs such as low emission,
alternative fuel, or zero emission vehicle procurement and old vehicle
scrapping may be considered for funding. For more information, including
current requests for proposals and funding opportunities, see the
[AQIP](http://www.aqmd.gov/home/programs/business/business-detail?title=air-quality-investment-program)
website.
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4241CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Reduction - SMUDThe Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) offers a discounted
rate to residential customers for electricity used to charge PEVs. For
more information, see the SMUD [Time-of-Day
Rate](https://www.smud.org/en/Rate-Information/Time-of-Day-rates/Time-of-Day-5-8pm-Rate)
website.
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4272COAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Weight ExemptionGross vehicle weight rating limits for AFVs are 2,000 pounds greater
than those for comparable conventional vehicles, as long as the AFVs
operate using an alternative fuel or both alternative and conventional
fuel, when operating on a highway that is not part of the interstate
system. For the purpose of this exemption, alternative fuel is defined
as compressed natural gas, propane, ethanol, or any mixture containing
85% or more ethanol (E85) with gasoline or other fuels, electricity, or
any other fuels, which may include clean diesel and reformulated
gasoline, so long as the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission
determines that these other fuels result in comparable reductions in
carbon monoxide emissions and brown cloud pollutants. (Reference
[Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 42-4-508 and
24-30-1104 (2)(c)(III)(A))
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4323DCAlternative Fuel Vehicle Acquisition RequirementsFleets that operate at least 10 vehicles in the District of Columbia
must ensure that 70% of newly purchased vehicles with a gross vehicle
weight rating (GVWR) of 8,500 pounds (lbs.) or less and 50% of vehicles
with a GVWR between 8,500 lbs. and 26,000 lbs. are clean fuel vehicles.
For this requirement, a clean fuel is any fuel, including diesel,
ethanol (including E85), hydrogen, propane, natural gas, reformulated
gasoline, or other power source (including electricity) used in a clean
fuel vehicle that complies with standards and requirements applicable to
such vehicles. Certain exemptions apply. (Reference [District of
Columbia Code](https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/) 50-702 and
50-703)
false40Laws and RegulationsETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQFLEET|GOVhttps://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/
4378ILFleet User Fee ExemptionFleets with 10 or more vehicles located in defined areas of the state
must pay an annual fee of \$20 per vehicle in addition to registration
fees. Owners of electric vehicles are exempt from this fee. The Office
of the Illinois Secretary of State deposits all fees into the Alternate
Fuels Fund. (Reference 415 [Illinois Compiled
Statutes](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp) 120/35)
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4538MOAlternative Fuel PromotionThe Missouri Alternative Fuels Commission (Commission) promotes the
continued production and use of alternative transportation fuels in
Missouri. The Commission submits a report annually to the governor and
general assembly that includes:

- Recommendations on changes to state law to facilitate the sale and
distribution of alternative fuels and alternative fuel vehicles
(AFV);
- Promotes the development, sale, distribution, and consumption of
alternative fuels;
- Promotes the development and use of AFVs and technology that will
enhance the use of alternative and renewable fuels;
- Educates consumers about alternative fuels; and,
- Develops a long-range plan for the state to reduce consumption of
petroleum fuels.

For more information, see the [Missouri Alternative Fuels
Commission](http://boards.mo.gov/userpages/Board.aspx?211) website.
(Reference [Missouri Revised
Statutes](https://revisor.mo.gov/main/Home.aspx) 414.420)
false80Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHEROTHERhttp://www.moga.mo.gov/
4605NMAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Acquisition RequirementsA minimum of 75% of state government and educational institution fleet
light-duty vehicles purchased must be HEVs or bi-fuel or dedicated AFVs.
Vehicles must meet or exceed the federal corporate average fuel economy
standards. Certified law enforcement pursuit vehicles and emergency
vehicles are exempt from this requirement. The New Mexico Energy,
Minerals and Natural Resources Department may grant additional
exemptions based on the availability and suitability of vehicles, as
well as fuel availability and cost.

(Reference [New Mexico
Statutes](https://nmonesource.com/nmos/nmsa/en/nav_date.do) 13-1B-1
through 13-1B-7)
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4684ORAlternative Fuel LoansThe Oregon Department of Energy administers the Small-Scale Local Energy
Loan Program which offers low-interest loans for qualified projects.
Eligible alternative fuel projects include fuel production facilities,
dedicated feedstock production, fueling infrastructure, and fleet
vehicles. Loan recipients must complete a loan application and pay a
loan application fee. For more information, see the [Energy Loan
Program](https://www.oregon.gov/energy/incentives/pages/energy-loan-program.aspx)
website. (Reference [Oregon Revised
Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/) 470)
2005-06-14 00:00:00 UTC2011-08-05 00:00:00 UTCfalse11State IncentivesBIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HY|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGLOANSSTATION|AFP|FLEEThttp://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/home.htm
4780VAHigh Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane ExemptionAlternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) displaying the Virginia Clean Special
Fuel license plate may use Virginia HOV lanes on specified areas of
I-64, I-264, the Dulles Toll Road, and in the City of Alexandria,
regardless of the number of occupants. For HOV lanes serving the I-66
corridor, only registered vehicles displaying Clean Special Fuel license
plates issued before July 1, 2011, are exempt from HOV lane
requirements. Only dedicated AFVs are eligible; see the [Virginia
Department of Motor
Vehicles](http://www.dmv.state.va.us/webdoc/citizen/vehicles/cleanspecialfuel.asp)
website for a complete list of qualifying vehicles. The annual fee for
Clean Special Fuel license plates is \$25 in addition to the prescribed
fee for commonwealth license plates. This exemption expires September
30, 2025. For more information, see the Virginia Department of
Transportation [HOV
Lanes](http://www.virginiadot.org/travel/hov-default.asp) website.
(Reference [Virginia Code](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm) 33.2-501
and 46.2-749.3)
2012-04-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse25State Incentives2015-09-10 19:28:49 UTCELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm
4781VAAlternative Fuel School Bus and Fueling Infrastructure LoansThe Virginia Board of Education may use funding from the Literary Fund
to provide loans to school boards that convert school buses to operate
on alternative fuels or construct alternative fueling stations.
(Reference [Virginia Code](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm)
22.1-146)
false40Laws and RegulationsAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGLOANSSTATION|MAN|FLEET|GOVhttp://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm
4788VAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Tax Reduction AuthorizationLocal governments may reduce personal property taxes paid on AFVs and
low-speed vehicles. AFVs include vehicles that operate using natural
gas, liquefied petroleum gas or propane, hydrogen, or electricity.
(Reference [Virginia Code](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm)
58.1-3506)
false75Laws and RegulationsELEC|HY|NG|LPGOTHEROTHERhttp://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm
4789VAAlternative Fuel and Vehicle TaxAlternative fuels used to operate on-road vehicles are taxed at a rate
of \$0.212 per gasoline gallon equivalent (GGE). Alternative fuels are
taxed at the same rate as gasoline and gasohol (5.1% of the statewide
average wholesale price of a gallon of self-serve unleaded regular
gasoline). Refer to the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
[Fuels Tax Rates and Alternative Fuels
Conversion](https://www.dmv.virginia.gov/commercial/#taxact/tax_rates.asp)
website for fuel-specific GGE calculations.

All-electric vehicles (EVs) registered in Virginia are subject to a
\$88.20 annual license tax at time of registration. For more
information, see the Virginia DMV [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.dmv.virginia.gov/vehicles/#alternative_vehicles.html)
website.

(Reference [Virginia Code](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm)
58.1-2217 and 58.1-2249)
2013-04-03 00:00:00 UTC2014-02-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse65Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGFUELSTATION|PURCH|FLEET|INDhttp://virginiageneralassembly.gov/|http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm|http://virginiageneralassembly.gov/
4806WAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Emissions Inspection ExemptionAFVs powered exclusively by electric, natural gas, and propane vehicles
are exempt from state emissions control inspections. Plug-in hybrid
electric vehicles that obtain a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
fuel economy rating of at least 50 miles per gallon during city driving
are also exempt from these inspections. (Reference [Revised Code of
Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 46.16A.060)
false55State IncentivesELEC|NG|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
4841WIAlternative Fuel Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Use PolicyThe Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA) encourages state
employees operating state-owned or leased motor vehicles to use hybrid
electric vehicles or vehicles that operate on gasohol (a motor fuel
containing at least 10% alcohol) or alternative fuels whenever feasible
and cost effective. DOA must place a list of gasohol and alternative
fueling station locations in each state-owned or state-leased motor
vehicle for driver reference. DOA also encourages Wisconsin residents
and state employees who use personal motor vehicles on state business to
use gasohol and alternative fuels. (Reference [Wisconsin
Statutes](http://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html) 16.045)
2010-05-20 00:00:00 UTCfalse40Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html|https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/code/executive_orders/2003_jim_doyle/2006-141.pdf
5124FLElectric Vehicle (EV) Insurance RegulationInsurance companies may not impose surcharges on EVs based on factors
such as new technology, passenger payload, weight-to-horsepower ratio,
and the types of material used to manufacture the vehicle, unless the
Florida Office of Insurance Regulation receives actuarial data that
determines the surcharges are justified. (Reference [Florida
Statutes](http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/) 627.06535)
false66Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHERFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/
5182GAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Tax CreditAn eligible business enterprise may claim an income tax credit for the
purchase and installation of qualified EVSE. The EVSE must be located in
Georgia and accessible to the public. The tax credit is for 10% of the
cost of the EVSE, up to \$2,500. For more information, including
eligibility requirements, see the Georgia Department of Natural
Resources [Clean Vehicle Tax
Credits](https://epd.georgia.gov/forms-permits/air-protection-branch-forms-permits/clean-vehicle-tax-credits)
website.

(Reference [Georgia Code](https://www.legis.ga.gov/) 48-7-40.16)
2015-07-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse20State IncentivesELEC|PHEVTAXSTATION|FLEEThttp://www.legis.state.ga.us/
5183GAHigh Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) and High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lane ExemptionAlternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) displaying the proper alternative fuel
license plate may use HOV and HOT lanes, regardless of the number of
passengers. Qualified AFVs may also use the HOT lanes toll-free. AFVs
include plug-in electric vehicles and bi-fuel or dual-fuel vehicles that
operate on natural gas or propane. Applicants must provide proof they
have paid registration fees in full before receiving the license plate.
This exemption expires September 30, 2025. For more information on fees
and eligibility for the AFV license plate, see the [Georgia Department
of Public Safety](https://dps.georgia.gov/i-85-expres-lanes-hot-lanes)
websites. (Reference [Georgia
Code](http://www.legis.ga.gov/en-US/default.aspx) 32-9-4, 40-2-86.1, and
40-6-54)
2009-11-05 00:00:00 UTC2015-05-04 00:00:00 UTCfalse45State Incentives2015-05-05 18:13:50 UTC2025-10-01 00:00:00 UTCAFTMKTCONV|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.legis.ga.gov/en-US/default.aspx|http://www.legis.ga.gov/en-US/default.aspx
5197AKAlternative Fuel Vehicle Acquisition RequirementThe Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities
(Department) must evaluate the cost, efficiency, and commercial
availability of alternative fuels for automotive purposes every five
years, and purchase or convert to vehicles that operate using
alternative fuels whenever practical. The Department may participate in
joint ventures with public or private partners to foster the
availability of alternative fuels for consumers. (Reference [Alaska
Statutes](http://www.akleg.gov/basis/statutes.asp) 44.42.020)
false25Laws and RegulationsAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQOTHERhttp://www.akleg.gov/basis/statutes.asp
5200INCertified Technology Park DesignationThe Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IDEC) may designate an
area as a certified technology park if certain criteria are met,
including a commitment from at least one business engaged in a high
technology activity that creates a significant number of jobs. The
establishment of high technology activities and public facilities within
a technology park serves a public purpose and benefits the public's
general welfare by encouraging investment, job creation and retention,
and economic growth and diversity. High technology activities include
advanced vehicles technology, which is any technology that involves
electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, or alternative fuel
vehicles, or components used in the construction of these vehicles. For
more information, see the IEDC [Indiana Certified Technology
Parks](http://iedc.in.gov/programs/certified-technology-parks) website.
(Reference [Indiana Code](http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/)
36-7-32)
false145Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHERAFP|MAN|OTHERhttp://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/
5236IAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Demonstration Grant AuthorizationThe Iowa Department of Natural Resources (Department) may award
demonstration grants to individuals who purchase vehicles that operate
on alternative fuels, including but not limited to E85, biodiesel,
compressed natural gas, electricity, solar energy, or hydrogen.
Individuals may use the grants to conduct research connected with the
fuel or vehicle. Grant funding to purchase the vehicle is available if
the Department retains the title of the vehicle, the vehicle is used for
research, and the proceeds from the eventual sale of the vehicle are
used for additional research. Grants are subject to funding
availability. (Reference [Iowa Code](https://www.legis.iowa.gov/)
214A.19)
2019-05-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse63Laws and Regulations2019-07-09 17:52:56 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEVOTHERFLEET|INDhttps://www.legis.iowa.gov/|https://www.legis.iowa.gov/
5267NVAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Emissions Inspection ExemptionAFVs are exempt from Nevada\'s emissions testing requirements. A new HEV
is exempt from emissions inspection testing for the first five model
years, after which the vehicle must comply with emissions inspection
testing requirements on an annual basis. For more information, see the
[Nevada Emissions Control Program](http://www.dmvnv.com/emission.htm)
website. (Reference [Nevada Revised
Statutes](http://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm) 445B.770 and 445B.825)
false15State IncentivesELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm
5294NCAlternative Fuel and Idle Reduction GrantsThe North Carolina Department of Environment Quality (DEQ) provides
grants to repower, replace, and convert eligible on and off road
vehicles and equipment to alternative fuels and fuel efficient
technology. Equipment must be U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or
California Air Resources Board verified. For more information, including
a list of eligible technologies, see the DEQ [Diesel Emission Reductions
Grants](https://deq.nc.gov/about/divisions/air-quality/motor-vehicles-air-quality/mobile-source-emissions-reduction-grants)
website.
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5309TXClean Vehicle and Infrastructure GrantsThe Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) administers the
Emissions Reduction Incentive Grants (ERIG) Program and Rebate Grants
Program as part of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP). The ERIG
Program provides grants for various types of clean air projects to
improve air quality in the state\'s nonattainment areas and other
affected counties. Eligible projects include those that involve
replacement, retrofit, repower, or lease or purchase of new heavy-duty
vehicles; alternative fuel dispensing infrastructure; idle reduction and
electrification infrastructure; and alternative fuel use. The Rebate
Grants Program provides grants to upgrade or replace diesel heavy-duty
vehicles and non-road equipment. Qualifying projects must reduce
emissions of nitrogen oxides or other pollutants by at least 25% as
compared to baseline levels and must meet operational and fuel usage
requirements. For more information, including eligibility and the
application form, see the TCEQ
[TERP](https://www.tceq.texas.gov/airquality/terp/programs) website.
(Reference [Texas Statutes](http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/)
Health and Safety Code 386 and [Texas Administrative
Code](http://www.sos.state.tx.us/tac/index.shtml) 114.620-114.629)
false25State Incentives2018-06-18 15:30:15 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTSTATION|FLEET|INDhttp://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/
5316ORPollution Control Equipment ExemptionDedicated original equipment manufacturer natural gas vehicles and
all-electric vehicles are not required to be equipped with a certified
pollution control system. (Reference [Oregon Revised
Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/) 815.300)
2001-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse16State IncentivesELEC|NGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/home.htm
5325NYAlternative Fuel Vehicle Research and Development FundingThe New York State Energy Research and Development Authority\'s
(NYSERDA) Clean Transportation Program provides funding for projects
that enhance mobility, improve efficiency, reduce congestion, and
diversify transportation methods and fuels through research and
development of advanced technologies. NYSERDA offers annual
solicitations that support new product development and demonstration as
well as research on new transportation policies and strategies. NYSERDA
also supports projects that demonstrate the benefits of commercially
available products that are underutilized in New York State. Once
developed, NYSERDA provides incentives to accelerate the market
introduction of emerging technologies through its ChargeNY Program. For
more information and funding opportunities, see the NYSERDA [Clean
Transportation
Program](https://www.nyserda.ny.gov/All-Programs/Programs/Clean-Transportation-Program)
website.
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5334WIAlternative Fuel Tax ExemptionA county, city, village, town, or other political subdivision may not
levy or collect any excise, license, privilege, or occupational tax on
motor vehicle fuel, alternative fuels, or the purchase, sale, handling,
or consumption of motor vehicle fuel or alternative fuels. (Reference
[Wisconsin Statutes](http://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html) 78.82)
1993-08-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse31State IncentivesBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEM|TAXSTATION|PURCH|FLEET|INDhttp://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html
5338OHAlternative Fuel Vehicle ConversionIt is unlawful to tamper with vehicle emissions control systems unless
the action is for the purpose of converting a motor vehicle to operate
on an alternative fuel and is in compliance with the standards adopted
under the Clean Air Act Amendments. (Reference [Ohio Revised
Code](http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/) 3704.16-3704.162)
1993-09-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse80Laws and RegulationsAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGAIRQEMISSIONSMAN|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp:/codes.ohio.gov/
5359CAHigh Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) and High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lane ExemptionCompressed natural gas, hydrogen, electric, and plug-in hybrid electric
vehicles meeting specified California and federal emissions standards
and affixed with a California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Clean
Air Vehicle sticker may use HOV lanes regardless of the number of
occupants in the vehicle. First-time applicants must have a household
income at or below 80% of the state median income. Purple stickers
expire January 1, 2023; and orange stickers issued on or after January
1, 2020, expire January 1, 2024.

The California Department of Transportation must publish a report by
June 1, 2023, detailing the number of stickers issued under this
program. Vehicles originally issued white or green decals prior to 2017
are no longer eligible to participate in this program. Vehicles with
stickers are also eligible for reduced rates on or exemptions from toll
charges imposed on HOT lanes. For more information and restrictions,
including a list of qualifying vehicles, see the California Air
Resources Board [Carpool
Stickers](http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/carpool/carpool.htm) website.

(Reference [California Vehicle
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 5205.5 and
21655.9)
2006-09-29 00:00:00 UTC2018-09-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse25State Incentives2020-11-13 02:35:45 UTC2024-01-01 00:00:00 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEVEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/
5392WVProvision for Establishment of Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Acquisition RequirementsThe West Virginia Department of Administration (Department) may require
that up to 75% of a state agency\'s fleet consist of AFVs. To meet these
requirements, agencies may purchase or lease AFVs or convert existing
vehicles to operate using alternative fuels. The Department may waive
this requirement if an agency\'s vehicles are operating in an area where
the agency cannot reasonably establish a central alternative fueling
station or the lifetime cost of the vehicle or fueling infrastructure is
significantly higher as compared to conventional vehicles or fuels. This
requirement does not apply to law enforcement, emergency, public transit
authority, state rail authority, non-road vehicles, or school buses.
(Reference [West Virginia
Code](http://www.legis.state.wv.us/WVCODE/Code.cfm) 5A-2A-1 and 5A-2A-2)
false50Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQGOV|TRANShttp://www.legis.state.wv.us/WVCODE/Code.cfm
5397VALow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled electrically- or
gas-powered vehicle capable of achieving a maximum speed of at least 20
miles per hour (mph) but not greater than 25 mph. The vehicle must
comply with safety standards specified in Title 49 of the [Code of
Federal Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/), section 571.500.
Low-speed vehicles titled and registered with the Virginia Department of
Motor Vehicles (DMV) must display designated DMV license plates.
Low-speed vehicles may not operate on roads with posted speed limits of
more than 35 mph or on roads where the Virginia Department of
Transportation or the local governing body has prohibited their use.
(Reference [Virginia Code](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm)
46.2-100, 46.2-908.2, 46.2-908.3, and 46.2-711)
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5426AZAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Parking IncentiveAn individual driving a dedicated AFV may park without penalty in
parking areas that are designated for carpool operators, provided the
vehicle is using alternative fuel. Recognized alternative fuels include
propane, natural gas, electricity, hydrogen, and a blend of hydrogen
with propane or natural gas. (Reference [Arizona Revised
Statutes](http://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp) 1-215 and
28-877)
2013-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse25State IncentivesELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp|http://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp
5427AZNeighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Access to RoadwaysNEVs may not operate at speeds greater than 25 miles per hour (mph). An
NEV may not operate on a roadway with a speed limit greater than 35 mph,
except to cross that roadway. NEVs must display a notice of the
operational restrictions (either painted or otherwise permanently
attached) on the vehicle in a location that is in clear view of the
driver. (Reference [Arizona Revised
Statutes](https://www.azleg.gov/arstitle/) 28-966 and 28-2157)
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5433UTLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysLow-speed vehicles are only allowed access to roadways with speeds
limits of up to 35 miles per hour (mph), must comply with all federal
and state motor vehicle regulations, and are required to display a
slow-moving vehicle identification emblem on the rear of the vehicle.
Low-speed vehicles are defined as four-wheel electric vehicles that are
not golf carts or off-road vehicles, operate at speeds up to 25 mph, and
may carry up to four passengers. Low-speed vehicles are subject to
vehicle taxation requirements, including those related to special fuels
and are exempt from emission inspections. (Reference [Utah
Code](http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 41-6a-102, 41-6a-1508,
59-13-102, and 59-13-201)
2008-03-17 00:00:00 UTCfalse65Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html
5485DCAlternative Fuel Vehicle Exemption from Driving RestrictionsCertified clean fuel vehicles are exempt from time-of-day and
day-of-week restrictions and commercial vehicle bans if the vehicles are
part of a fleet that operates at least 10 vehicles in the District of
Columbia. This exemption does not permit unrestricted access to High
Occupancy Vehicle lanes, except for covered fleet vehicles that have
been certified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as Inherently
Low Emission Vehicles (ILEV) and are in compliance with applicable ILEV
emission standards. (Reference [District of Columbia
Law](https://dc.gov/page/laws-regulations-and-courts) L22-257, 2019, and
[District of Columbia Code](https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/)
50-702 and 50-714)
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5492MIAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Emissions Inspection ExemptionDedicated AFVs powered by compressed natural gas, propane, electricity,
or any other source as defined by the Michigan Department of
Transportation are exempt from emissions inspection requirements.
(Reference [Michigan Compiled
Laws](http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(d1yq0h4534qach5500tlbh55))/mileg.aspx?page=home)
324.6311 and 324.6512)
1995-05-24 00:00:00 UTCfalse32State IncentivesELEC|NG|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(d1yq0h4534qach5500tlbh55))/mileg.aspx?page=home
5574IAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Conversion RegistrationWhen a motor vehicle is modified to use a different fuel type or more
than one type of fuel, the vehicle\'s registered owner must notify the
county treasurer of the new fuel type or alternative fuel types within
30 days. If the vehicle is able to use a special fuel, the county
treasurer will issue a special fuel identification sticker. (Reference
[Iowa Code](https://www.legis.iowa.gov/index.aspx) 321.41)
false105Laws and RegulationsAFTMKTCONV|ELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGREGISMAN|FLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.legis.iowa.gov/index.aspx
5584INLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled electric vehicle
capable of achieving a speed of up to 35 miles per hour (mph) that meets
the standards in Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode), section
571.500. An individual may not operate a low-speed vehicle on a highway
that has a posted speed limit greater than 35 mph. (Reference [Indiana
Code](http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/) 9-21-5-8.5 and
9-13-2-94.5)
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5588KSLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysLow-speed vehicles may only travel on roadways with a posted speed limit
of up to 40 miles per hour (mph). A low-speed vehicle is any
four-wheeled electric vehicle whose top speed is at least 20 mph but not
more than 25 mph and is manufactured in compliance federal standards for
low-speed vehicles as referenced in Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/), section 571.500. Additional
conditions apply. (Reference [Kansas
Statutes](http://www.kslegislature.org/li/) 8-1488, 8-15,101, 8-1701,
and 8-2118)
false90Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.kslegislature.org/li/statute/
5595AZAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Dealer Information Dissemination RequirementNew motor vehicle dealers must make information about AFVs and
Arizona-based incentives for purchasing or leasing AFVs available to the
public. For the purpose of these requirements, alternative fuels include
propane, natural gas, electricity, hydrogen, and a blend of hydrogen
with propane or natural gas. (Reference [Arizona Revised
Statutes](http://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp) 28-4414)
false110Laws and RegulationsELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHEROTHERhttp://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp
5596AZElectric Vehicle (EV) Parking Space RegulationAn individual is not allowed to stop, stand, or park a motor vehicle
within any parking space specifically designated for parking and
charging EVs unless the motor vehicle is an EV and has been issued an
alternative fuel vehicle special plate or sticker. Violators may be
subject to a civil penalty of at least \$350. (Reference [Arizona
Revised Statutes](http://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp)
28-876)
false60Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHERFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp
5598HINeighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Access to RoadwaysAn NEV may operate at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour (mph) and is
only permitted on roadways with speed limits of 25 mph or less. An NEV
must have a notice of the operational restrictions pertaining to the
vehicle permanently attached to, or painted on, the vehicle in a
location that is in clear view of the driver. An NEV is a four-wheeled
self-propelled electrically-powered motor vehicle that produces no
emissions, has a gross vehicle weight rating of less than 3,000 pounds,
and conforms to the minimum safety equipment requirements in Title 49 of
the [Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode), section
571.500. (Reference [Hawaii Revised
Statutes](http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/) 286-2, 286-41, and 291C-134)
false100Laws and Regulations2014-07-16 14:33:01 UTCNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/|http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/
5603WAMedium-Speed and Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Definition and Access to RoadwaysNEVs and medium-speed electric vehicles are defined as self-propelled,
electrically powered four-wheeled motor vehicles. NEVs may reach speeds
of at least 20 miles per hour (mph) but not more than 25 mph.
Medium-speed electric vehicles may reach speeds of at least 25 mph but
not more than 35 mph. NEVs and medium-speed electric vehicles must be in
compliance with the national safety standards in Title 49 of the [Code
of Federal Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode),
section 571.500. NEVs are permitted on roads having speed limits of up
to 35 mph. Medium-speed electric vehicles are permitted on roads having
speed limits of up to 45 mph in counties consisting of islands that are
only connected to the mainland by ferry routes. (Reference [Revised Code
of Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 46.04.295, 46.04.357,
46.61.723, and 46.61.725)
2010-03-19 00:00:00 UTCfalse175Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTMAN|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
5606MOAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Emissions Inspection ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by electricity, including low-speed
vehicles, hydrogen, or fuels other than gasoline that are exempt from
motor vehicle emissions inspection under federal regulation, are exempt
from state emissions inspection requirements. (Reference [Missouri
Revised Statutes](https://revisor.mo.gov/main/Home.aspx) 643.315)
2011-05-05 00:00:00 UTCfalse17State IncentivesELEC|HY|NG|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.moga.mo.gov/
5607MOAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) DecalThe state motor fuel tax does not apply to passenger vehicles, certain
buses, or commercial vehicles that are powered by an alternative fuel,
if the vehicles obtain an AFV decal. Owners or operators of AFVs that
also own or operate a personal fueling station must pay an annual
alternative fuel decal fee, as listed below. Alternative fuel motor
vehicles licensed as historic vehicles are exempt from the alternative
fuel decal requirement.

::: {align="left"}
Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW)
:::

Type of Vehicle

Decal Fee

18,000 pounds (lbs.) or less

Passenger, School Bus, or Commercial

\$75

18,001 lbs.-36,000 lbs.

Farm or Farming Transportation with an \'F\' License Plate

\$100

18,001 lbs.-36,000 lbs.

Passenger-Carrying and Other Motor Vehicles

\$150

36,000 lbs. or more

Farm or Farming Transportation with an \'F\' License Plate

\$250

36,000 lbs. or more

All Other Motor Vehicles

\$1,000

The decal fee for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles model year 2018 and
later is one-half of the annual decal fees listed above for their
corresponding vehicle type and GVW.

Owners and operators of passenger motor vehicles, buses, or commercial
motor vehicles that are powered by compressed natural gas (CNG),
liquefied natural gas (LNG), or liquefied petroleum gas (propane), may
continue to apply for and use the alternative fuel decal in lieu of
paying the CNG, LNG, and/or propane tax, as long as the they have
installed a fueling station used solely to fuel his or her vehicle(s).
If an owner or operator of a motor vehicle powered by propane that bears
an alternative fuel decal refuels at an unattended propane fueling
station, such owner or operator shall not be eligible for a refund of
the motor fuel tax paid at the time of refueling. For more information,
see the Missouri Department of Revenue [Special Fuel
Decals](http://dor.mo.gov/motorv/decals.php) website.

(Reference [Missouri Revised
Statutes](https://revisor.mo.gov/main/Home.aspx) 142.803 and 142.869)
1998-07-10 00:00:00 UTC2017-06-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse50Laws and Regulations2017-07-11 12:58:29 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGFUELPURCH|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.moga.mo.gov/|http://www.moga.mo.gov/|http://www.senate.mo.gov/|http://www.moga.mo.gov/
5612OKAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Acquisition RequirementsAll school and government fleets may convert their vehicles to operate
on alternative fuels, and all school districts should consider
purchasing only vehicles able to operate on alternative fuels.
Alternative fuels include natural gas, propane, ethanol, methanol,
electricity, biodiesel, hydrogen, and more. School and government
vehicles capable of operating on an alternative fuel must use the fuel
whenever a fueling station is located within a five-mile radius of the
respective school district or government department and the price of the
alternative fuel is cost competitive with the displaced conventional
fuel. If school and government vehicles must be fueled outside the
five-mile radius and no fueling station is reasonably available, the
school and government vehicles are exempt from this requirement.
(Reference [Oklahoma Statutes](http://www.oklegislature.gov/) 74-130.2
and 74-130.3)
false100Laws and RegulationsAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQFLEET|GOVhttp://www.oklegislature.gov/
5624VTNeighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Access to RoadwaysAn NEV is defined as an electric vehicle that is designed to operate at
speeds of up to 25 miles per hour (mph); carries up to four people; has
at least four wheels and a gross vehicle weight rating of less than
3,000 pounds; and conforms to the minimum safety equipment requirements
as adopted in Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section
571.500. An NEV may only be used on roads with a posted speed limit of
up to 35 mph. The operator of an NEV may cross a highway that has a
speed limit of up to 50 mph if the crossing begins and ends on a road
authorized for use by NEVs and the intersection has a traffic control
signal. The State Traffic Committee or the legislative body of a
municipality for town highways may prohibit NEVs from crossing specific
intersections in their jurisdiction if the decision is made in the
interest of public safety. (Reference [Vermont
Statutes](http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/) Title 23, Chapter 1,
Section 4, and Title 23, Chapter 13, Sections 1007a and 1043)
false70Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.leg.state.vt.us/statutesMain.cfm
5639TXNeighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Access to RoadwaysNEVs are defined as vehicles that can attain a maximum speed of 35 miles
per hour (mph) and that must comply with the safety standards in Title
49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section
571.500. NEVs may only be used on roadways that have a posted speed
limit of 45 mph or less except to cross at an intersection. A county,
municipality, or the Texas Department of Transportation may prohibit the
operation of NEVs on a street or highway if the governing body
determines that the prohibition is necessary in the interest of safety.
(Reference [Texas Statutes](http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/),
Transportation Code 551.301-551.304)
2009-06-19 00:00:00 UTCfalse120Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/
5656LALow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysLow-speed vehicles may only be used on roads that have a posted speed
limit of up to 35 miles per hour (mph), but may cross a highway with a
posted speed limit greater than 35 mph. The low-speed vehicle must be
equipped with safety equipment as specified in Title 49 of the [Code of
Federal
Regulations](http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?c=ecfr&tpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title49/49tab_02.tpl),
section 571.500, and must be registered with the Louisiana Office of
Motor Vehicles. (Reference [Louisiana Revised
Statutes](http://www.legis.state.la.us/) 32:300.1)
false105Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.legis.state.la.us/
5660MELow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysLow-speed vehicles may only be used on roadways with posted speed limits
of up to 35 miles per hour. Low-speed vehicles must be registered, carry
a special license plate, and meet specified state and federal safety
equipment requirements. (Reference [Maine Revised
Statutes](http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/) Title 29-A,
Sections 501, 1925, and 2089)
false70Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|IND
5681CAAlternative Fuel and Vehicle Policy DevelopmentThe California Energy Commission (CEC) must prepare and submit an
Integrated Energy Policy Report (IEPR) to the governor on a biannual
basis. The IEPR provides an overview of major energy trends and issues
facing the state, including those related to transportation fuels,
technologies, and infrastructure. The IEPR also examines potential
effects of alternative fuels use, vehicle efficiency improvements, and
shifts in transportation modes on public health and safety, the economy,
resources, the environment, and energy security. The IEPR\'s primary
purpose is to develop energy policies that conserve resources, protect
the environment, ensure energy reliability, enhance the state\'s
economy, and protect public health and safety.

As of November 1, 2015, and every four years thereafter, the CEC must
also include in the IEPR strategies to maximize the benefits of natural
gas in various sectors. This includes the use of natural gas as a
transportation fuel. For more information, see the [2020 Integrated
Energy Policy
Report](https://www.energy.ca.gov/data-reports/reports/integrated-energy-policy-report/2020-integrated-energy-policy-report-update).
(Reference [California Public Resources
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 25302 and
25303.5)
2013-10-11 00:00:00 UTCfalse275Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGCCEINITOTHERhttp://www.legislature.ca.gov/|http://www.oal.ca.gov/
5682CAMobile Source Emissions Reduction RequirementsThrough its Mobile Sources Program, the California Air Resources Board
(CARB) has developed programs and policies to reduce emissions from
on-road heavy-duty diesel vehicles through the installation of verified
diesel emission control strategies (VDECS) and vehicle replacements.

The [on-road heavy-duty diesel vehicle
rule](http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/onrdiesel/onrdiesel.htm) (i.e., truck
and bus regulation) requires the retrofit and replacement of nearly all
privately owned vehicles operated in California with a gross vehicle
weight rating (GVWR) greater than 14,000 pounds (lbs.). School buses
owned by private and public entities and federal government owned
vehicles are also included in the scope of the rule. By January 1, 2023,
nearly all vehicles must have engines certified to the 2010 engine
standard or equivalent. The [drayage truck
rule](http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/onroad/porttruck/porttruck.htm)
regulates heavy-duty diesel-fueled vehicles that transport cargo to and
from California\'s ports and intermodal rail facilities. The rule
requires that certain drayage trucks be equipped with VDECS and that all
applicable vehicles have engines certified to the 2007 emissions
standards. By January 1, 2023, all applicable vehicles must have engines
certified to 2010 standards. The [solid waste collection vehicle
rule](http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/swcv/swcv.htm) regulates solid waste
collection vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating of 14,000 lbs. or
more that operate on diesel fuel, have 1960 through 2006 engine models,
and collect waste for a fee. The [fleet rule for public agencies and
utilities](https://ww3.arb.ca.gov/msprog/publicfleets/publicfleets.htm)
requires fleets to install VDECS on vehicles or purchase vehicles that
run on alternative fuels or use advanced technologies to achieve
emissions requirements by specified implementation dates.

(Reference [California Code of Regulations](http://www.oal.ca.gov/)
Title 13, 2021-2027)
2018-12-17 00:00:00 UTCfalse300Laws and Regulations2018-12-20 22:52:44 UTCBIOD|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQ|AIRQEMISSIONSFLEET|GOVhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
5711NMNeighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Access to RoadwaysA NEV is defined as a four-wheeled electric motor vehicle that has a
maximum speed of at least 20 miles per hour (mph) but not more than 25
mph and complies with the federal requirements specified in Title 49 of
the [Code of Federal Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/), section
571.500. NEVs may only be used on roads with speed limits of up to 35
mph, though NEVs may cross roads or highways with greater speed limits
at intersections or permitted crossing points. A local authority or the
New Mexico Department of Transportation may prohibit the operation of
NEVs on any road under its jurisdiction if the governing body determines
that the prohibition is necessary in the interest of safety. (Reference
[New Mexico Statutes](https://nmonesource.com/nmos/nmsa/en/nav_date.do)
66-1-4.12 and 66-3-1103)
false70Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.nmonesource.com/nmnxtadmin/NMPublic.aspx
5729MEProvision for Establishment of Clean Fuel Vehicle Insurance IncentivesAn insurer may credit or refund any portion of the premium charged for
an insurance policy on a clean fuel vehicle in order to encourage its
policyholders to use clean fuel vehicles, as long as insurance premiums
on other vehicles are not increased to fund these credits or refunds.
Clean fuels include, but are not limited to, natural gas, propane,
hydrogen, alcohol fuels containing not less than 85% alcohol by volume,
and electricity. (Reference [Maine Revised
Statutes](http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/) Title 24-A,
Section 2303-B)
false85Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHERFLEET|GOV|OTHER|INDhttp://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/|http://www.mainelegislature.org/
5755TNLow- and Medium-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is any four-wheeled electric vehicle, excluding golf
carts, that achieves speeds of at least 20 miles per hour (mph) but not
more than 25 mph. Low-speed vehicles may access roadways with speed
limits of up to 35 mph. A medium-speed vehicle is any four-wheeled
electric or gasoline vehicle that has a maximum speed of over 30 mph,
but not more than 35 mph. Medium-speed vehicles may not operate on
interstate highways. Low- and medium-speed vehicles must comply with the
safety standards in Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, section
571.500. (Reference [Tennessee
Code](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/tncode/) 55-8-101 and
55-8-191)
false90Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/michie/
5765MOLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled vehicle with a maximum
speed of 25 miles per hour (mph) that is manufactured in compliance with
safety standards specified in Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?c=ecfr&tpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title49/49tab_02.tpl),
section 571.500. A low-speed vehicle may not operate on a street or
highway with a posted speed limit greater than 35 mph. (Reference
[Missouri Revised Statutes](https://revisor.mo.gov/main/Home.aspx)
304.029)
false60Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.moga.mo.gov/
5768NHNeighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Access to RoadwaysA NEV is any four-wheel electric vehicle capable of achieving a top
speed between 20 and 25 miles per hour (mph) and complies with the
federal equipment and safety standards in Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of
Federal Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr),
section 571.500. NEVs may only operate on roads that have a posted speed
limit of 35 mph or less, but are not restricted from crossing roadways
with speeds limits greater than 35 mph. (Reference [New Hampshire
Revised
Statutes](http://gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html)
259:66-b, 265:158, and 266:114)
false55Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html
5769MIAlternative Fuel Development Property Tax ExemptionIndustrial property that is used for high-technology activities or the
creation or synthesis of biodiesel fuel may be eligible for a tax
exemption. High-technology activities include those related to advanced
vehicle technologies such as electric, hybrid electric, or alternative
fuel vehicles and their components. To qualify for the tax exemption, an
industrial facility must obtain an exemption certificate for the
property from the Michigan State Tax Commission. (Reference [Michigan
Compiled
Laws](http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(kovblajtbo3pwn22ekizx255))/mileg.aspx?page=home)
207.552 and 207.803-207.809)
2002-10-17 00:00:00 UTC2007-09-19 00:00:00 UTCfalse25State IncentivesBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEM|TAXAFP|OTHERhttp://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(kovblajtbo3pwn22ekizx255))/mileg.aspx?page=home
5778NJZero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) Tax ExemptionZEVs sold, rented, or leased in New Jersey are exempt from state sales
and use tax. This exemption does not apply to partial ZEVs, including
hybrid electric vehicles. ZEVs are defined as vehicles that meet
California Air Resources Board zero emission standards for that model
year. For a list of qualified ZEV, see the New Jersey Department of the
Treasury [ZEV Sales Tax
Exemption](http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/zevnotice.shtml)
website. (Reference [New Jersey Statutes](http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/)
54:32B-8.55)
2004-05-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse5State IncentivesELECEXEM|TAXFLEET|INDhttp://www.njleg.state.nj.us/
5807CALow-Speed Electric Vehicle (EV) Access to RoadwaysA low-speed EV, also known as a neighborhood electric vehicle, is
defined as a motor vehicle with four wheels, a gross vehicle weight
rating of 3,000 pounds or less, and capable of achieving a minimum speed
of 20 miles per hour (mph) and a maximum speed of 25 mph. Low-speed EVs
are subject to all provisions applicable to a motor vehicle and must
meet federal safety standards established in Title 49 of the [Code of
Federal Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode),
section 571.500. Drivers of low-speed EVs must comply with all
provisions applicable to drivers of motor vehicles. The operator of a
low-speed EV may not operate the vehicle on any roadway with a posted
speed limit greater than 35 mph except to cross a roadway at an
intersection. (Reference [California Vehicle
Code](https://dot.ca.gov/programs/safety-programs/camutcd/camutcd-files)
385.5 and 21250-21266)
false315Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
5812PAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) RebateThe AFV Program offers rebates to assist eligible residents with the
incremental cost of the purchase or lease of new or pre-owned AFVs,
including all-electric vehicles (EVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles
(PHEVs), hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), compressed
natural gas (CNG) vehicles, electric motorcycles, and propane vehicles.
Eligible AFV purchase price not exceed \$50,000. Rebates are available
in the following amounts:

Vehicle Type Rebate Amount
--------------------------------------------- ---------------
FCEV \$1,000
EV \$750
CNG, PHEV, Propane, and Electric Motorcycle \$500

An additional rebate of \$1,000 is available for all applicants that
meet the [low-income
requirement](https://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty-guidelines), as defined by the
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Applications much be
received within six months of vehicle purchase. Rebates are awarded on a
first-come, first-served basis. For more information, including forms
and detailed requirements and restrictions, see the [AFV
Rebates](http://www.dep.pa.gov/Citizens/GrantsLoansRebates/Alternative-Fuels-Incentive-Grant/Pages/Alternative-Fuel-Vehicles.aspx#.Vl9K83arSUk)
website.

(Reference Title 73 [Pennsylvania
Statutes](https://www.pacodeandbulletin.gov/), Chapter 18E, Section
1647.3)
2004-01-01 00:00:00 UTC2008-07-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse15State Incentives2020-02-28 19:23:33 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGRBATEINDhttp://government.westlaw.com/linkedslice/default.asp?SP=pac-1000
5817ARAlternative Fuel Vehicle Conversion NotificationAny individual or company who converts a vehicle to operate on an
alternative fuel must report the conversion to the Arkansas Department
of Finance and Administration (DFA) within 10 days of the conversion. An
owner or operator who fails to report such a conversion may be subject
to a penalty. For more information, including reporting forms, see the
[DFA](https://www.dfa.arkansas.gov/excise-tax/motor-fuel-tax/motor-fuel-tax-forms/)
website. (Reference [Arkansas
Code](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/arcode/Default.asp) 26-56-315
and 26-62-214)
false31Laws and RegulationsAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREGISMAN|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/
5824IDNeighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Access to RoadwaysAn NEV is defined as a self-propelled, electrically-powered,
four-wheeled motor vehicle that does not produce emissions and conforms
to the definition and requirements for low-speed vehicles specified in
Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode), section
571.500. An NEV must be titled, registered, and insured according to
state law and may only be operated by a licensed driver. NEVs may not be
driven on any highway with a speed limit greater than 35 miles per hour
(mph), or across any highway with a speed limit greater than 45 mph.
(Reference [Idaho
Statutes](https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/) 49-123, 49-402,
and 49-663)
2009-04-20 00:00:00 UTCfalse55Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/
5837MDLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled electric vehicle that
has a maximum speed capability of 20 miles per hour (mph) to 25 mph. A
low-speed vehicle must be registered with the Maryland Motor Vehicle
Administration and comply with federal safety standards contained in
Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/), section 571.500. The State
Highway Administration or any local authority may prohibit the use of
low-speed vehicles on any controlled access highway in its jurisdiction.
Low-speed vehicles are only permitted on highways with a speed limit of
up to 30 mph, but may, except in certain situations, cross highways for
which the maximum speed limit exceeds 45 mph if the intersection is
controlled by a traffic light or a four-way stop sign. (Reference
[Maryland
Statutes](http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home),
Transportation Code 11-130.1, 21-313, 21-1125, and 22-101)
false75Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home
5872AZAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Special License PlateThe Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) must issue a special
license plate to dedicated AFVs. Dedicated AFVs are defined as vehicles
powered exclusively by propane, compressed natural gas, electricity, or
hydrogen. AFVs must not be capable of operating on any other fuel type.
There is no limit to the number of AFV license plates ADOT can issue.
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) must inspect
vehicles converted to operate solely on alternative fuel and issue an
Alternative Fuel Certificate before converted vehicles may receive the
AFV special plate. State or agency directors who conduct activities of a
confidential nature and use AFVs are exempt from the requirement to
display an AFV special license plate. For more information, see the ADOT
[Specialty
Plates](https://azdot.gov/motor-vehicles/vehicle-services/plates-and-placards)
and ADEQ [Vehicle Emissions Testing](http://www.azdeq.gov/EmissionsTest)
website.

(Reference [Arizona Revised Statutes](https://www.azleg.gov/arstitle/)
1-215 and 28-2416)
false50Laws and Regulations2020-06-12 19:43:42 UTCELEC|HY|NG|LPGREGISFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp
5874AZAlternative Fuel and Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Use Tax ExemptionArizona use taxes do not apply to natural gas or propane used in an AFV,
AFVs converted to operate on alternative fuels, or the equipment used to
convert a diesel vehicle to an AFV. Recognized alternative fuels include
propane, natural gas, electricity, hydrogen, and a blend of hydrogen
with propane or natural gas. (Reference [Arizona Revised
Statutes](http://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp) 42-5159)
false35State IncentivesELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEM|TAXAFP|PURCH|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp
5881IALow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysLow-speed vehicles may operate on roadways with posted speed limits of
up to 35 miles per hour (mph) and may cross streets with posted speed
limits greater than 35 mph. (Reference [Iowa
Code](https://www.legis.iowa.gov/index.aspx) 321.381A)
false115Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.legis.iowa.gov/index.aspx
5887COAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) RegistrationUpon registering a motor vehicle with the Colorado Department of Revenue
Division of Motor Vehicles, the vehicle owner must report the type of
alternative fuel used to operate the vehicle and whether the vehicle is
dedicated to one alternative fuel or uses more than one fuel. The
Department of Revenue provides forms for the purpose of registering
motor vehicles and must include space for the following fuel types:
gasoline, diesel, propane, electricity, natural gas, methanol/M85,
ethanol/E85, biodiesel, and other. For more information, see the
[Colorado Department of Revenue Division of Motor
Vehicles](http://www.colorado.gov/revenue/dmv) website. (Reference
[Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 42-3-113)
false60Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREGISFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/
5954SCLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled motor vehicle, other
than an all-terrain vehicle, that is capable of reaching speeds of at
least 20 miles per hour (mph) but not greater than 25 mph, has a gross
vehicle weight rating of less than 3,000 pounds, and meets the safety
standards in Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section
571.500. A low-speed vehicle may operate only on secondary highways with
a posted speed limit of up to 35 mph, but may cross a highway with
posted speed limits over 35 mph at an intersection. A low-speed vehicle
must be registered and licensed in the same manner as a passenger
vehicle and is subject to the same insurance requirements applicable to
other motor vehicles. Homemade low-speed vehicles, retrofitted golf
carts, or any other similar vehicles do not qualify as low-speed
vehicles. (Reference [South Carolina Code of
Laws](http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/statmast.php) 56-1-10, 56-2-100
to 56-2-130, and 56-5-820)
2006-05-30 00:00:00 UTCfalse105Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/statmast.php
5979DCPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Title Excise Tax ExemptionQualified PEVs are exempt from the excise tax imposed on an original
certificate of title. The original purchaser and subsequent purchasers
of the same vehicle are eligible for the excise tax exemption. The
District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) determines which
PEVs qualify. For more information, including eligible PEVs, see the
District of Columbia [Department of Motor
Vehicles](https://dmv.dc.gov/node/155352) website. (Reference [District
of Columbia Code](https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/)
50-2201.03(j)(3)(J))
2017-01-01 00:00:00 UTC2019-01-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse15State Incentives2019-02-08 21:16:49 UTCELEC|PHEVEXEM|TAXFLEET|INDhttp://dccouncil.us/|https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/
5985ORLow-Speed Vehicle and Medium-Speed Electric Vehicle (EV) Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled motor vehicle capable
of reaching speeds of more than 20 miles per hour (mph) but not more
than 25 mph. A low-speed vehicle may not operate on a highway that has a
posted speed limit of more than 35 mph. A medium-speed EV is defined as
a four-wheeled electric motor vehicle that is equipped with a roll cage
or a crushproof body design and is capable of reaching speeds of up to
35 mph. A medium-speed EV may not operate on a highway that has a posted
speed limit of more than 45 mph. A city or county may adopt ordinances
that allow the operation of low-speed vehicles or medium-speed EVs on
city streets or county roads that have posted speed limits greater than
35 mph and 45 mph, respectively. Low-speed vehicles and medium-speed EVs
must comply with certain standards contained in Title 49 of the [U.S.
Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode), section
571.500. (Reference [Oregon Administrative
Rules](http://sos.oregon.gov/archives/Pages/oregon_administrative_rules.aspx)
737-010-0010, and [Oregon Revised
Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/) 801.331, 801.341, 811.512,
and 811.513)
2009-07-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse110Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/home.htm|http://sos.oregon.gov/archives/Pages/oregon_administrative_rules.aspx
5998PAAlternative Fuel and Idle Reduction GrantsThe Small Business Advantage Grant Program provides matching grants of
50% of project costs, up to \$5,000, to enable a Pennsylvania small
business to adopt or acquire energy-efficient or pollution prevention
processes or equipment. Pennsylvania trucking companies and independent
truckers may use the funding to purchase U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency SmartWay verified anti-idling technologies. Projects may not
begin until after applications are approved. Grants are available on a
first-come, first-served basis. For more information, refer to the
[Small Business Advantage Grant
Program](https://www.dep.pa.gov/Citizens/GrantsLoansRebates/SmallBusinessOmbudsmanOffice/Pages/Small%20Business%20Advantage%20Grant.aspx)
website.
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6010CAFleet Vehicle Procurement RequirementsWhen awarding a vehicle procurement contract, every city, county, and
special district, including school and community college districts, may
require that 75% of the passenger cars and/or light-duty trucks acquired
be energy-efficient vehicles. This includes hybrid electric vehicles and
alternative fuel vehicles that meet California\'s advanced technology
partial zero emission vehicle standards. Vehicle procurement contract
evaluations may consider fuel economy and life cycle factors for scoring
purposes. (Reference [California Public Resources
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 25725-25726)
false265Laws and RegulationsELEC|EFFEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEVREQFLEET|GOVhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
6065VAState Energy PlanThe Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME) is responsible for
creating the Virginia Energy Plan (Plan) to assess the commonwealth\'s
primary energy sources and recommends actions to meet state energy
goals. The Plan must include policies to promote alternative fuel use,
transportation electrification, efficient driving techniques, and
reducing vehicle miles traveled. The Plan must assess statewide EV
charging infrastructure and consider the impact of statewide policies,
electric vehicle (EV) market projections, and statewide EV registration
data to support the state's 2045 net-zero carbon target in the
transportation sector. The DMME must submit the Plan to the governor,
the State Corporation Commission, and the General Assembly by October 1
of each year following the election of a new governor. For more
information, see the [Virginia Energy Efficiency
Plan](https://energy.virginia.gov/energy-efficiency/energyefficiency.shtml)
website.

(Reference [Senate Bill](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm) 1223,
2021, and [Virginia Code](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm) 67-101
and 67-102)
2021-03-24 00:00:00 UTCfalse95Laws and Regulations2021-05-11 18:37:39 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|NG|PHEVCCEINITOTHERhttp://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm|http://virginiageneralassembly.gov/|http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm
6078HIAlternative Fuel Standard DevelopmentThe state of Hawaii is responsible for facilitating the development of
alternative fuels and supporting the attainment of a statewide
alternative fuels standard. According to this standard, alternative
fuels will provide 20% of highway fuel demand by 2020 and 30% by 2030.
For the purposes of the alternative fuels standard, cellulosic ethanol
is equivalent to 2.5 gallons of non-cellulosic ethanol. (Reference
[Hawaii Revised Statutes](http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/) 196-42)
2006-06-26 00:00:00 UTC2010-06-25 00:00:00 UTCfalse50Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHEROTHERhttp://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/
6085AKLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysLow-speed vehicles are only permitted on highways with speed limits up
to 35 miles per hour (mph) or up to 45 mph in some municipalities or
boroughs. Low-speed vehicles may cross highways that have maximum speed
limits greater than 35 mph at an intersection with a highway that allows
low-speed vehicle use. Operators of low-speed vehicles are subject to
all traffic laws and other laws applicable to operators of passenger
vehicles, including a biennial registration fee. For purposes of this
regulation, a low-speed vehicle is a motor vehicle that has four wheels,
can achieve speeds greater than 20 mph but not more than 25 mph, and
meets state and federal weight, equipment, and safety requirements.
(Reference [Alaska Statutes](http://www.akleg.gov/basis/statutes.asp)
28.01.010, 28.35.261, and 28.90.990)
2006-08-01 00:00:00 UTC2010-02-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse20Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.akleg.gov/basis/statutes.asp
6096MNNeighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) Access to RoadwaysAn NEV is an electric vehicle that has three or four wheels and is
capable of achieving speeds between 20 miles per hours (mph) and 25 mph
on a paved level surface. An NEV must be titled according to state law
and may be operated on public streets and highways if it meets all
equipment and vehicle safety requirements in Title 49 of the [Code of
Federal Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr),
section 571.500, and successor requirements. An NEV may not operate on a
roadway with a speed limit greater than 35 mph, except to cross that
roadway. A road authority may prohibit or further restrict the operation
of NEVs on any street or highway under the road authority\'s
jurisdiction. (Reference [Minnesota
Statutes](https://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs/) 169.011 and 169.224)
2017-05-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse77Laws and Regulations2017-08-10 21:37:07 UTCNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs/|https://www.leg.state.mn.us/leg/legis
6097MNPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) InitiativesAll solicitation documents that include the purchase of passenger
automobiles issued under the jurisdiction of the Minnesota Department of
Administration must assert the intention of the state to begin
purchasing all-electric vehicles (EVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles
(PHEVs), neighborhood electric vehicles, and NGVs. For this requirement
to apply, vehicles must meet the state\'s performance specifications and
have a total life-cycle cost of ownership less than or comparable to
that of gasoline-powered vehicles. An EV is defined as a motor vehicle
that can be powered by an electric motor drawing current from
rechargeable storage batteries, fuel cells, or other portable sources of
electrical current, and meets or exceeds applicable requirements in
Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section 571,
and future regulations. A PHEV is defined as a PEV that contains an
internal combustion engine and uses a battery-powered electric motor to
deliver power to the drive wheels. When connected to the electrical grid
via an electrical outlet, the vehicle must be able to recharge its
battery. The vehicle must have the ability to travel at least 20 miles
powered substantially by electricity. (Reference [Minnesota
Statutes](https://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs/) 16C.138 and 169.011)
2006-05-31 00:00:00 UTCfalse84Laws and RegulationsELEC|NG|NEVS|PHEVREQFLEET|GOVhttp://www.leg.state.mn.us/
6105RIAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Tax Exemption Authorization - WarrenThe town of Warren may allow excise tax exemptions of up to \$100 for
qualified AFVs registered in Warren. Qualified vehicles must be
primarily fueled with one of the following: an electric motor drawing
current from rechargeable batteries or fuel cells; gas produced from
biomass, where biomass is defined as any organic material other than
oil, natural gas, and coal; liquid, gaseous or solid synthetic fuels
produced from coal; or coke or coke gas. (Reference [Rhode Island
General Laws](http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/) 44-34-14)
2006-07-06 00:00:00 UTCfalse12Laws and RegulationsELEC|HY|OTHERFUELFLEET|INDhttp://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/
6112NYLow-Speed Vehicle DefinitionA low-speed vehicle is defined as a limited use automobile or truck that
has a maximum speed greater than 20 miles per hour (mph) but not more
than 25 mph and has a gross vehicle weight rating less than 3,000
pounds. All low-speed vehicles must comply with the safety standards
established in Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode), section
571.500. (Reference [New York Vehicle and Traffic
Law](http://public.leginfo.state.ny.us/lawssrch.cgi?NVLWO:) 121-f)
false85Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTMAN|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://public.leginfo.state.ny.us/menugetf.cgi?COMMONQUERY=LAWS
6132CAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Fueling Infrastructure GrantsThe Motor Vehicle Registration Fee Program (Program) provides funding
for projects that reduce air pollution from on- and off-road vehicles.
Eligible projects include purchasing AFVs and developing alternative
fueling infrastructure. For more information, including grant funding
and distribution, contact [local air
districts](https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/air-pollution-control-districts) and
see the
[Program](https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/resources/fact-sheets/motor-vehicle-registration-fee-program)
website for more information about available grant funding and
distribution from the Program. (Reference [California Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 44220 (b))
2009-06-04 00:00:00 UTCfalse35Laws and RegulationsELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHERSTATION|FLEET|GOVhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
6143CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Reduction - SCESouthern California Edison (SCE) offers a discounted rate to customers
for electricity used to charge PEVs. Two rate schedules are available
for PEV charging during on- and off-peak hours. For more information,
see the SCE [Electric Vehicle
Plans](https://www.sce.com/residential/rates/electric-vehicle-plans)
website.
false145Utility/Private IncentivesELEC|PHEVOTHERIND
6145NJHigh Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane ExemptionNew Jersey Turnpike Authority (Authority) allows qualified plug-in
electric vehicles to travel in the HOV lanes located between Interchange
11 and Interchange 14 on the New Jersey Turnpike. For more information,
see the Authority [Travel
Tools](https://www.njta.com/travel-resources/roadside-assistance-turnpike)
website. (Reference 49 [New Jersey
Register](http://www.state.nj.us/oal/rules/accessp/) 3236(b) and [New
Jersey Administrative Code](http://www.state.nj.us/oal/rules/accessp/)
19:9-1.24)
2006-04-27 00:00:00 UTC2017-09-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse7State Incentives2017-12-05 18:54:04 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.state.nj.us/oal/rules/accessp/|http://www.state.nj.us/oal/rules/accessp/
6154WIVehicle Battery and Engine Research Tax CreditsA corporation involved in qualified research is eligible for a tax
credit equal to 10% of the qualified research expenses that the
corporation incurs in Wisconsin during the taxable year. Qualified
research includes, but is not limited to, automotive batteries for use
in hybrid electric vehicles that reduce the demand for electricity or
improve the efficiency of its use, and research related to designing
internal combustion engines for vehicles, including expenses related to
designing vehicles that are powered by such engines and improving
production processes for such engines and vehicles. Corporations may
claim an additional tax credit equal to 5% of the amount paid or
incurred during the taxable year to construct and equip new facilities
or expand existing facilities used in Wisconsin for qualified research.
For more information see the Wisconsin State Energy Office [Wisconsin
Opportunities](https://psc.wi.gov/Pages/Programs/OEI/Funding.aspx)
website. (Reference [Wisconsin
Statutes](http://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html) 71.28(4)(ab 2),
71.28(4)(ad 2 and 3), and 71.28(5)(ad))
false15State Incentives2021-12-10 20:10:15 UTCELEC|HEV|HY|PHEVTAXMAN|OTHERhttp://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html
6155WIAlternative Fuel Tax Refund for TaxisA person using alternative fuel to operate a taxi used to transport
passengers may be reimbursed for the cost of the Wisconsin state fuel
tax. Refund claims must be filed within one year of the fuel purchase
date and must be for a minimum of 100 gallons of alternative fuel.
(Reference [Wisconsin
Statutes](http://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html) 78.75(1m)(a)(1) and
78.75(1m)(b))
false25State IncentivesELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGTAXFLEET|INDhttp://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html
6159WILow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a self-propelled motor vehicle that
conforms to the definition and requirements in the Federal Motor Vehicle
Safety standards under Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/), section 571.500. A golf cart is
not considered a low-speed vehicle. The governing body of any
municipality may, by ordinance, allow a low-speed vehicle to operate on
any roadway within the municipality that has a speed limit of 35 miles
per hour or less, regardless of whether the municipality has
jurisdiction over the roadway. (Reference [Wisconsin
Statutes](http://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html) 349.26 and
340.01(27h))
2010-05-14 00:00:00 UTCfalse95Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html
6163OHDiesel Emissions Reduction Grant ProgramThe Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) provides Diesel
Emissions Reduction Grants (DERG) for projects that reduce emissions by
retiring and replacing diesel public transit buses. Eligible projects
must achieve a minimum funding match of 20% from non-state and
non-federal sources. Funding for this program is provided by the U.S.
Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration's
[Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ)
Program](http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/). For more information, including
application periods, see the Ohio EPA
[DERG](https://epa.ohio.gov/divisions-and-offices/environmental-education/grant-programs/diesel-emission-reduction-grants)
website. (Reference [Ohio Revised Code](http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/)
122.861)
2006-07-06 00:00:00 UTCtrue30State Incentives2022-03-03 16:24:32 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|IR|NG|LPGGNTSTATION|MAN|FLEET|GOVhttp://codes.ohio.gov/orc/
6174NVLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled motor vehicle with an
unladen weight of 3,000 pounds or less, that is capable of operating at
a speed of at least 20 miles per hour (mph) but not greater than 25 mph,
and that complies with Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section
571.500. Low-speed vehicles may not operate on any roadway with a speed
limit greater than 35 mph, except to cross a highway at an intersection.
(Reference [Nevada Revised
Statutes](http://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm) 482.480 and 484B.637)
2011-06-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse85Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm
6177WVLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysLow-speed vehicles may only operate on private and public roads and
streets where the speed limit is up to 25 miles per hour. All low-speed
vehicles must comply with federal safety standards established in Title
49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section
571.500. Any person operating a low-speed vehicle must hold a valid
driver\'s license. (Reference [West Virginia
Code](http://www.legis.state.wv.us/WVCODE/Code.cfm) 17A-3-2)
false60Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.legis.state.wv.us/WVCODE/Code.cfm
6195NCAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV), Idle Reduction Technologies, and Diesel Retrofits FundingThe Clean Fuel Advanced Technology (CFAT) project provides grant funding
to reducing transportation-related emissions in nonattainment and
maintenance counties for National Ambient Air Quality Standards. A
project that is adjacent to these areas may also be eligible for funding
if the project will reduce emissions in eligible counties. For more
information, including current requests for proposals, see the
[CFAT](https://nccleantech.ncsu.edu/our-work/center-projects/cfat-project-request-for-proposals-information/)
website.
false8State Incentives2018-10-22 20:10:19 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTSTATION|MAN|FLEET
6198MTMedium-Speed Electric Vehicle (EV) Access to RoadwaysA medium-speed EV may operate only on highways with posted speed limits
up to 45 miles per hour (mph). A medium-speed EV must be treated as a
light-duty vehicle for purposes of titling and registration. A
medium-speed vehicle is one that has a maximum speed of 45 mph, a gross
vehicle weight rating of 5,000 pounds or less, and complies with Title
49 of the [Code of Federal Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/),
section 565. (Reference [Montana Code
Annotated](https://leg.mt.gov/bills/mca/index.html) 61-1-101 and
61-8-377)
false85Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://leg.mt.gov/bills/mca/index.html
6206AZJoint Use of Government Fueling InfrastructureTo the extent practical, an Arizona state agency or political
subdivision that operates an alternative fueling station must allow
vehicles, other state agencies, or political subdivisions to fuel at the
station. For the purpose of this requirement, alternative fuels include
propane, natural gas, electricity, hydrogen, and a blend of hydrogen
with propane or natural gas. (Reference [Arizona Revised
Statutes](http://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp) 49-572)
false80Laws and RegulationsELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQSTATION|OTHERhttp://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp
6212WAState Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Infrastructure AvailabilityPublicly and privately owned PEVs may charge at state office locations
if the vehicles are used for state business, conducting business with
the state, or as commuter vehicles. Additionally, contingent upon
funding, the state must install electrical outlets suitable for charging
PEVs in each of the state\'s fleet parking and maintenance facilities as
well as every state-operated highway rest stop. The Washington
Department of Enterprise Services may report to the governor and the
legislature on the amount of electricity consumed and the number of PEVs
using state-owned charging equipment if it represents a significant cost
to the state. (Reference [Revised Code of
Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 43.01.250, 43.19.648, and
47.38.075)
2007-05-07 00:00:00 UTC2015-05-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse95Laws and Regulations2015-06-12 19:45:54 UTCELEC|PHEVREQSTATION|GOV|INDhttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
6219INVehicle Research and Development GrantsThe Indiana 21st Century Research and Technology Fund provides grants
and loans to support economic development in high technology industry
clusters. Incentives are available for qualified alternative fuel
technologies and fuel-efficient vehicle development and production. For
more information, see the Indiana [Venture
Development](https://www.iedc.in.gov/programs/innovation-entrepreneurship/venture-development)
website. (Reference [Indiana
Code](http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/) 5-28-16-2)
2007-05-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse35State IncentivesAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTMAN|OTHERhttp://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/
6235FLLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle, including a neighborhood electric vehicle, is
defined as any four-wheeled vehicle that is capable of operating at a
speed of at least 20 miles per hour (mph), but not greater than 25 mph.
Low-speed vehicle operators must comply with the safety standards in
Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode), section
571.500, and [Florida Statutes](http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/) 316.2122,
and license the vehicle as required under state guidelines. Seasonal
delivery personnel may only use low-speed vehicles during certain yearly
timeframes. Additional safety standards and conditions apply. (Reference
[Florida Statutes](http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/) 316.2122, 316.2126,
320.01, and 320.0847)
2012-04-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse105Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/
6249CTSchool Bus Emissions ReductionEach full-sized school bus with a Model Year (MY) 1994 or newer engine
must be equipped with specific emissions control systems, including
either: a closed crankcase filtration system and a level 1, level 2, or
level 3 device; an engine that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) has certified as meeting MY 2007 emissions standards; or use of
compressed natural gas or other alternative fuel that EPA or the
California Air Resources Board has certified to reduce particulate
matter emissions by at least 85% as compared to ultra-low sulfur diesel
fuel. (Reference [Connecticut General Statutes](http://www.cga.ct.gov/)
14-164o)
false80Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQ|AIRQEMISSIONSFLEET|GOVhttp://www.cga.ct.gov/
6251NVFunds for School District Alternative Fuel UseA portion of any penalty assessed for violations of air pollution
control laws must be deposited in the county school district fund where
the violation occurred. The local air pollution control board must
approve expenditures from the fund, which are limited to education
programs on topics relating to air quality and projects to improve air
quality, including the purchase and installation of equipment to
retrofit district school buses to operate on biodiesel, compressed
natural gas, or a similar fuel that reduces emissions. (Reference
[Nevada Revised Statutes](http://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm) 445B.500)
false40Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGAIRQEMISSIONSMAN|FLEET|GOV|OTHERhttp://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm
6252NEAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Fueling Infrastructure LoansThe Nebraska Energy Office administers the Dollar and Energy Saving Loan
Program, which makes low-cost loans available for a variety of
alternative fuel projects, including the replacement of conventional
vehicles with AFVs; the purchase of new AFVs; the conversion of
conventional vehicles to operate on alternative fuels; and the
construction or purchase of fueling stations or equipment. The maximum
loan amount is \$500,000 per borrower, and the interest rate is 5% or
less. For more information, see the [Dollar and Energy Saving
Loans](https://neo.ne.gov/programs/loans/loans.html#item-02) website.
false20State IncentivesAFTMKTCONV|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGLOANSSTATION|MAN|FLEET
6258DELow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled motor vehicle, other
than a truck, with a gross vehicle weight rating of less than 2,500
pounds that is capable of operating at a speed of at least 20 miles per
hour (mph) but not greater than 25 mph on a paved surface. A low-speed
vehicle may not operate on roads with a posted speed limit greater than
35 mph but may cross a highway that has a posted speed limit greater
than 35 mph. The vehicle must comply with safety standards contained in
Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/browse/collectionCfr.action?collectionCode=CFR),
section 571.500, and meet state insurance, titling, and registration
requirements. (Reference [Delaware
Code](http://delcode.delaware.gov/index.shtml) Title 21, Chapter 21,
Subchapter I, Section 2113A)
2007-04-14 00:00:00 UTCfalse45Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://delcode.delaware.gov/index.shtml
6304NYHigh Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane ExemptionThrough the Clean Pass Program, eligible electric-drive vehicles may use
the Long Island Expressway (LIE) HOV lanes, regardless of the number of
occupants in the vehicle. Vehicles must display the Clean Pass vehicle
sticker, which is available from the New York State Department of Motor
Vehicles. To apply for the Clean Pass vehicle sticker, visit the [Clean
Pass Stickers for HOV Lanes on the LIE](https://dmv.ny.gov/cleanpass)
website. This exemption expires September 30, 2025. For a list of
eligible vehicles and Clean Pass sticker application instructions, see
the [Clean Pass
Program](https://www.dot.ny.gov/portal/page/portal/programs/clean-pass?nd=nysdot)
website.
2006-03-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse45State Incentives2025-09-30 00:00:00 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVEXEMFLEET|GOV|IND
6307CAAlternative Fuel and Vehicle IncentivesThe California Energy Commission (CEC) administers the Clean
Transportation Program (Program) to provide financial incentives for
businesses, vehicle and technology manufacturers, workforce training
partners, fleet owners, consumers, and academic institutions with the
goal of developing and deploying alternative and renewable fuels and
advanced transportation technologies. Funding areas include:

- Electric vehicles and charging infrastructure;
- Hydrogen vehicles and refueling infrastructure;
- Medium- and heavy-duty zero emission vehicles;
- Natural gas vehicles and refueling infrastructure;
- Biofuels; and,
- Workforce development.

The CEC must prepare and adopt an annual [Investment
Plan](https://www.energy.ca.gov/transportation/arfvtp/investmentplans.html)
for the Program to establish funding priorities and opportunities that
reflect program goals and to describe how program funding will
complement other public and private investments. For more information,
see the
[Program](https://www.energy.ca.gov/programs-and-topics/programs/clean-transportation-program)
website.

(Reference [California Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 44272 - 44273
and [California Code of Regulations](http://www.oal.ca.gov/), Title 13,
Chapter 8.1)
2007-10-14 00:00:00 UTC2012-10-05 00:00:00 UTCfalse20State IncentivesAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNT|LOANSSTATION|FLEET|GOV|OTHER|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
6336UTSchool Bus Idle Reduction RegulationsSchool bus drivers must turn off bus engines as soon as possible at
loading and unloading areas and only restart the engine when it is time
to depart. Exceptions include extreme weather conditions and idling in
traffic. At bus depots, drivers are required to limit engine warm-up to
the time recommended by the engine manufacturer. All school bus drivers
in the state receive a minimum of 30 minutes of idling reduction
instruction during their annual service training. In addition, school
districts must revise bus schedules to maximize efficiency and assign
the cleanest buses to the longest routes. For more information, see the
[Utah State Board of Education Pupil
Transportation](https://www.schools.utah.gov/financialoperations/pupiltransportation?mid=2146&tid=0)
website. (Reference [Utah Code](http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html)
41-6a-1308 and [Utah Administrative Code](http://www.rules.utah.gov/)
277-601-1 through 277-601-3)
2008-03-14 00:00:00 UTCfalse80Laws and RegulationsEFFEC|IRAIRQEMISSIONS|DRESTFLEET|GOVhttp://www.schools.utah.gov/finance/Pupil-Transportation.aspx|http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html|http://www.rules.utah.gov
6416HIClean Transportation PromotionThe state of Hawaii has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with
the U.S. Department of Energy to collaborate to produce 70% of the
state\'s energy needs from energy-efficient and renewable sources by
2030 and 100% of the state\'s energy needs from energy-efficient and
renewable sources by 2045. This effort is part of the Hawaii Clean
Energy Initiative. The goals of the partnership include defining the
structural transformation required to transition the state to a clean
energy-dominated economy; demonstrating and fostering innovation in the
use of clean energy, including alternative fuels and advanced vehicle
technologies; creating opportunities for the widespread distribution of
clean energy benefits; establishing an open learning model for other
states and entities to adopt; and building a workforce with
cross-cutting skills to support a clean energy economy in the state. For
more information, see the
[MOU](http://www.hawaiicleanenergyinitiative.org/storage/pdfs/HI-DOE_MOU_9.15.14.pdf)
and [Hawaii Clean Energy
Initiative](http://www.hawaiicleanenergyinitiative.org/) website.
(Reference [Hawaii Revised Statutes](http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/)
196-10.5)
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6421FLFuel-Efficient Vehicle Acquisition and Alternative Fuel Use RequirementsWhen procuring new vehicles under a state purchasing plan, all Florida
state agency, state university, community college, and local government
fleets must select the vehicles with the greatest fuel efficiency
available for a given use class, when fuel economy data is available.
Exceptions may be made for emergency responder vehicles if these
entities provide documentation. In addition, all state agencies must use
ethanol and biodiesel blended fuels when available. State agencies
administering central fueling operations for state-owned vehicles must
purchase ethanol and biodiesel fuels to use in their vehicle fleet as
much as possible. (Reference [Florida
Statutes](http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/) 286.29)
2008-04-30 00:00:00 UTCfalse85Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|EFFECREQFLEET|GOV|TRANShttp://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/
6442MNMedium-Speed Electric Vehicle (EV) Access to RoadwaysA medium-speed EV is defined as a four-wheeled motor vehicle powered by
electricity that is equipped with a roll cage or a crushproof body
design and is capable of achieving a maximum speed of 35 miles per hour
(mph) on a paved, level surface. Except with respect to maximum speed, a
medium-speed EV must meet or exceed regulations in Title 49 of the [Code
of Federal Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr),
section 571.500, and successor requirements. A medium-speed EV may not
operate on a roadway with a speed limit greater than 35 mph, except to
cross that roadway. A road authority may prohibit or further restrict
the operation of medium-speed EVs on any street or highway under the
road authority\'s jurisdiction. (Reference [Minnesota
Statutes](https://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs/) 169.011 and 169.224)
2008-05-23 00:00:00 UTCfalse74Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs/
6448OKLow- and Medium-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed electric vehicle (EV) is any four-wheeled EV powered by an
electric motor that draws current from rechargeable storage batteries or
other sources of electric current and whose top speed is greater than 20
miles per hour (mph) but not greater than 25 mph. Low-speed EVs may not
operate on streets or highways with posted speed limits greater than 35
mph but may cross a street or highway with a posted speed limit greater
than 35 mph.

A medium-speed EV is defined as any self-propelled, electrically powered
four-wheeled motor vehicle, whose top speed is greater than 30 miles per
hour (mph) but not greater than 35 mph. Medium-speed EVs must be
registered according to the Oklahoma Vehicle License and Registration
Act. Medium-speed EVs may operate on roadways with a posted speed limit
of up to 45 mph but are not permitted to travel on any highway in the
state that is a part of the National System of Interstate and Defense
Highways. Low- and medium-speed EVs must meet the safety standards
specified in Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?c=ecfr&tpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title49/49tab_02.tpl),
section 571.500.

(Reference [Oklahoma Statutes](http://www.oklegislature.gov/)
47-11-805.1, 47-1102, and 47-1151.4)
2008-06-02 00:00:00 UTCfalse85Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.oklegislature.gov/
6478NJLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled vehicle that is capable
of achieving speeds of up to 20 miles per hour (mph) but not more than
25 mph on a paved surface, is not powered by gas or diesel fuel, and
complies with federal safety standards as noted in Title 49 of the [U.S.
Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode), section
571.500. A low-speed vehicle may operate on roadways with posted speed
of up to 25 mph, or up to 35 mph in a municipality or county that has
received a special ordinance or resolution. Additional registration and
other requirements apply. (Reference [New Jersey
Statutes](http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/) 39:4-31.1 through 39:4-31.2)
false70Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.njleg.state.nj.us/
6487KYLow-Speed Electric Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled vehicle propelled by an
electric motor, combustion-driven motor, or a combination of the two and
designed to operate at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour (mph).
Low-speed vehicles may operate on roads with posted speed limits of up
to 35 mph provided that the vehicle has not been modified to increase
its speed above the original standard manufactured limit. Low-speed
vehicles may only cross roads with posted speed limits above 35 mph if
the intersection is equipped with a traffic signal. Low-speed vehicles
must display a vehicle identification number; be titled, registered, and
insured as motor vehicles; and meet safety standards specified in Title
49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode), section
571.500. (Reference [Kentucky Revised
Statutes](https://legislature.ky.gov/Law/Statutes/Pages/default.aspx)
186.010 and 189.282)
2008-08-05 00:00:00 UTC2009-03-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse70Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://apps.sos.ky.gov/executive/journal/(S(rqe40a45sjgvzsauqyw3ws55))/journal2.aspx|http://lrc.ky.gov/krs/titles.htm
6489CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Rate Reduction - PG&EPacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) offers discounted residential time-of-use
rates for electricity used for PEV charging during off-peak hours.
Discounted rates are also available for CNG or uncompressed natural gas
used in vehicle home fueling appliances. For more information, see the
PG&E [Electric Vehicle Rate
Plans](https://www.pge.com/en_US/residential/rate-plans/rate-plan-options/electric-vehicle-base-plan/electric-vehicle-base-plan.page?)
and [CNG for
Vehicles](http://www.pge.com/myhome/environment/pge/cleanair/naturalgasvehicles/rates/)
websites.
false152Utility/Private IncentivesELEC|NG|PHEVOTHER|TOUIND
6490CAAlternative Fuel and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Retrofit RegulationsConverting a vehicle to operate on an alternative fuel in lieu of the
original gasoline or diesel fuel is prohibited unless the California Air
Resources Board (CARB) has evaluated and certified the retrofit system.
CARB will issue certification to the manufacturer of the system in the
form of an Executive Order once the manufacturer demonstrates compliance
with the emissions, warranty, and durability requirements. A
manufacturer is defined as a person or company who manufactures or
assembles an alternative fuel retrofit system for sale in California;
this definition does not include individuals wishing to convert vehicles
for personal use. Individuals interested in converting their vehicles to
operate on an alternative fuel must ensure that the alternative fuel
retrofit systems used for their vehicles have been CARB certified. For
more information, see the CARB [Alternative Fuel Retrofit
Systems](https://ww3.arb.ca.gov/msprog/aftermkt/altfuel/altfuel.htm)
website.

A hybrid electric vehicle that is Model Year 2000 or newer and is a
passenger car, light-duty truck, or medium-duty vehicle may be converted
to incorporate off-vehicle charging capability if the manufacturer
demonstrates compliance with emissions, warranty, and durability
requirements. CARB issues certification to the manufacturer and the
vehicle must meet California emissions standards for the model year of
the original vehicle.

(Reference [California Code of Regulations](http://www.oal.ca.gov/)
Title 13, Section 2030-2032, and [California Vehicle
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 27156)
false240Laws and RegulationsAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGAIRQEMISSIONSMAN|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
6531WAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Promotion and Infrastructure DevelopmentAny regional transportation planning organization containing a county
with a population greater than one million must collaborate with state
and local governments to promote PEV use, invest in PEV charging
infrastructure, and seek federal or private funding for these efforts.
Collaborative planning efforts may include:

- Developing short- and long-term plans outlining how state, regional,
and local governments may construct electric vehicle supply
equipment locations and ensure that the infrastructure can be
electrically supported;
- Supporting public education and training programs on PEVs;
- Developing an implementation plan for counties with a population
greater than 500,000 to have 10% of public and private parking
spaces ready for PEV charging by December 31, 2018; and
- Developing model ordinances and guidance for local governments for
site assessment and installing PEV infrastructure.

(Reference [Revised Code of Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/)
47.80.090)
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6533WAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) and Battery Exchange Station RegulationsState and local governments may lease land for installing,
maintaining, and operating EVSE or electric vehicle battery
exchange stations for up to 50 years for at least $1 per year.
Additionally, the installation of battery charging and exchange
stations is categorically exempt from the Washington
Environmental Policy Act. (Reference Revised Code of Washington ( http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/ ) 79.13.100 and 43.21C.410)
2009-05-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse110Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|OTHERhttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
6534WAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Infrastructure DefinitionsPEV infrastructure is defined as structures, machinery, and equipment
necessary and integral to support a PEV, including battery charging
stations, rapid charging stations, and battery exchange stations. A
battery charging station is defined as an electrical component assembly
or cluster of component assemblies designed specifically to charge
batteries within a PEV. A rapid charging station is defined as an
industrial grade electrical outlet that allows for faster recharging of
PEV batteries through higher power levels. A battery exchange station is
defined as a fully automated facility that will enable a PEV with a
swappable battery to enter a drive lane and exchange the depleted
battery with a fully charged battery through a fully automated process.
Infrastructure must meet or exceed any applicable state building
standards, codes, and regulations. (Reference [Revised Code of
Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 19.28.281 and 47.80.090)
2009-05-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse120Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
6538WALocal Government Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Infrastructure RequirementsJurisdictions must develop regulations to allow the use of PEV
infrastructure and battery charging stations in all areas except
critical areas or areas zoned for residential or resource use. The
Washington Department of Commerce included a model ordinance,
development regulations, and guidance for local governments for site
assessment and installing PEV infrastructure in [Electric Vehicle
Infrastructure: A Guide for Local Governments in Washington
State](https://www.psrc.org/sites/default/files/electric-vehicle-guidance.pdf).
This requirement applies to jurisdictions that meet specific location
criteria and is contingent upon federal funding. Additionally, cities or
municipalities may adopt incentive programs to encourage retrofitting of
existing structures capable of charging PEVs. (Reference [Revised Code
of Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 35.63.126, 35.63.127,
35A.63.107, 36.70.695, 36.70A.695, and 43.31.970)
2009-05-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse105Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
6551NDLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA low-speed vehicle is defined as a four-wheeled vehicle that can reach
speeds of at least 20 miles per hour (mph) but not more than 25 mph.
Low-speed vehicles may not operate on roads with posted speed limits
greater than 35 mph, except to cross such roads. Low-speed vehicles must
be registered with the state; vehicles owned and used by the federal
government, the state, or another state are exempt from registration
fees. (Reference [North Dakota Century
Code](http://www.legis.nd.gov/general-information/north-dakota-century-code)
39-29.1)
2009-04-21 00:00:00 UTCfalse90Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.legis.nd.gov/general-information/north-dakota-century-code
6561OKAccess to State Alternative Fueling StationsThe Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) Fleet
Management Division may construct, install, acquire, operate, and
provide alternative fueling infrastructure where public access to
alternative fuel infrastructure is not readily available. OMES must
discontinue public access to their fueling stations if a privately owned
alternative fueling station opens within a five-mile radius. Alternative
fuels include natural gas, propane, ethanol, methanol, biodiesel,
electricity, and hydrogen. (Reference [Oklahoma
Statutes](http://www.oklegislature.gov/) 74-78 and 74-130.2)
2009-05-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse76Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHERSTATION|OTHERhttp://www.oklegislature.gov/
6566HIPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Parking RequirementAll parking facilities that are available for use by the general public
and include at least 100 parking spaces must designate at least one
parking space specifically for PEVs, provided that no parking spaces
required by the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines
are reduced or displaced. Spaces must be clearly marked and equipped
with electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). An owner of multiple
parking lots may designate and install EVSE in fewer parking spaces than
required in one or more parking lots, as long as the owner meets the
requirement for total number of aggregate spaces for all parking lots. A
fee of \$50-100 applies for non-PEVs that park in spaces designated for
PEVs. (Reference [Hawaii Revised
Statutes](http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/) 291-71 and 291-72)
2009-06-25 00:00:00 UTC2012-06-30 00:00:00 UTCfalse30Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/
6573MNElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) RequirementsEVSE installed in Minnesota must: 1) be able to be used by any make,
model, or type of plug-in electric vehicle (PEV); 2) comply with state
safety standards and standards set by the Society of Automotive
Engineers; and 3) be capable of bi-directional charging once electrical
utilities achieve a cost-effective ability to draw electricity from PEVs
connected to the utility grid. These requirements may not apply if the
installations require significant upgrades. (Reference [Minnesota
Statutes](https://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs/) 325F.185 and 326B.35)
2009-05-21 00:00:00 UTCfalse67Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|OTHERhttps://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs/
6578COPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) GrantsThe Colorado Energy Office (CEO) and Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC)
provide grants through the Charge Ahead Colorado program to support PEV
and EVSE adoption by individual drivers and fleets. Both CEO and RAQC
grants will fund 80% of the cost of EVSE, up to \$6,000 for a fleet-only
Level 2 station, \$9,000 for a dual port Level 2 station, up to \$35,000
for a direct current (DC) fast charging EVSE, and up to \$50,000 for a
charging station capable of 100kW or higher charging. Eligible DC fast
EVSE must have both CHAdeMO and SAE CCS J1772 connectors and be capable
of providing at least 50 kilowatts to one vehicle.

CEO administers grants outside the Denver Metro Area while RAQC
administers grants inside the Denver Metro Area. Eligible EVSE
applicants are local governments, including school districts;
state/federal agencies; public universities; public transit agencies;
private non-profit or for-profit corporations; landlords of multi-unit
dwellings; and owners associations of common interest communities. For
vehicle funding, priority will be given to organizations that are
excluded from the Colorado Innovative Motor Vehicle Credit. Criteria and
eligibility differ depending on which agency provides funding. For more
information, including application deadlines, see the [Charge Ahead
Colorado Grant
Application](http://cleanairfleets.org/programs/charge-ahead-colorado)
website.

(Reference [Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 24-38.5-103)
2009-06-04 00:00:00 UTC2014-04-11 00:00:00 UTCfalse15State Incentives2018-07-11 17:45:00 UTCELEC|PHEVGNTSTATION|FLEET|GOV|IND|TRANShttp://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/michie/|http://www.leg.state.co.us/clics/clics2012B/cslFrontPages.nsf/HomeSplash?OpenForm
6581COLow-Speed Electric Vehicle (EV) Access to RoadwaysA low-speed EV is self-propelled using electricity as its primary
propulsion method, has at least three wheels in contact with the ground,
does not use handlebars to steer, displays a vehicle identification
number, and meets manufacturer requirements as defined in Title 49 of
the [Code of Federal
Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/browse/collectionCfr.action?collectionCode=CFR)
section 565. A low-speed EV may be operated on a roadway with a speed
limit of up to 40 miles per hour (mph) as long as the roadway\'s lane is
at least 11 feet wide, the roadway provides two or more lanes in either
direction, and the Colorado Department of Transportation has determined
that operation of a low-speed EV on the roadway poses no substantial
safety risk. Otherwise, a low-speed EV may only be operated on a roadway
with a speed limit of 35 mph or less. Regardless, a low-speed EV may
directly cross any roadway with a speed limit greater than 35 mph.

A Class-B low-speed EV is defined as a low-speed EV that is capable of
traveling at greater than 25 mph but less than 45 mph. A Class-B
low-speed EV may be operated only on a roadway with a speed limit of 45
mph or less, but may directly cross a roadway with a speed limit greater
than 45 mph. The Colorado Department of Revenue may not register or
issue a title for a Class-B low-speed EV until after the U.S. Department
of Transportation has adopted a federal motor vehicle safety standard
for low-speed EVs that authorizes operation at greater than 25 mph but
less than 45 mph. Neither a low-speed EV nor a Class-B low-speed EV may
be operated on a limited-access highway.

(Reference [Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 42-1-102,
42-4-109.5, 42-4-109.6)
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6583TXClean Fleet GrantsThe Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) administers the
Texas Clean Fleet Program (TCFP) as part of the Texas Emissions
Reduction Plan (TERP). The TCFP provides grants to fleets to replace
existing fleet vehicles with alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) or hybrid
electric vehicles (HEVs). An entity that operates a fleet of at least 75
vehicles and commits to placing 20 or more qualifying vehicles in
service for use in the Clean Transportation Zone may be eligible.
Qualifying AFV or HEV replacements must reduce emissions of nitrogen
oxides or other pollutants by at least 25% as compared to baseline
levels and must replace vehicles that meet operational and fuel usage
requirements. Neighborhood electric vehicles do not qualify. For more
information, including current application periods, see the TCEQ
[TERP](https://www.tceq.texas.gov/airquality/terp/programs) website.
(Reference [Texas Statutes](http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/),
Health and Safety Code 386 and 392, and [Texas Administrative
Code](http://www.sos.state.tx.us/tac/index.shtml) 114.650-114.658)
2009-06-19 00:00:00 UTC2017-06-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse30State Incentives2017-08-10 20:04:28 UTCELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEEThttp://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/|http://www.sos.state.tx.us/tac/index.shtml/|http://www.sos.state.tx.us/tac/index.shtml/
6592DEVehicle-to-Grid Energy CreditRetail electricity customers with at least one grid-integrated electric
vehicle (EV) may qualify to receive kilowatt-hour credits for energy
discharged to the grid from the EV's battery at the same rate that the
customer pays to charge the battery. A grid-integrated EV is defined as
a battery-powered motor vehicle that has the ability for two-way power
flow between the vehicle and the electric grid as well as communications
hardware and software that allow for external control of battery
charging and discharging. (Reference [Delaware
Code](http://delcode.delaware.gov/index.shtml) Title 26, Chapter 10,
Section 1001 and 1014g)
2009-09-21 00:00:00 UTCfalse10State IncentivesELEC|PHEVRBATEFLEET|INDhttp://delcode.delaware.gov/index.shtml
6594NVAuthorization for High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane ExemptionThe Nevada Department of Transportation, in consultation with the U.S.
Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration and U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency, may establish a program allowing
federally certified alternative fuel vehicles to operate in HOV lanes
regardless of the number of passengers. (Reference [Nevada Revised
Statutes](http://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm) 484A.463)
2009-05-06 00:00:00 UTC2011-06-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse50Laws and RegulationsELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHEROTHERhttp://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm
6601DCReduced Registration Fee for Alternative Fuel and Fuel-Efficient VehiclesA new motor vehicle with a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
estimated average city fuel economy of at least 40 miles per gallon is
eligible for a reduced vehicle registration fee of \$36. This reduced
rate applies to the first two years of registration and only the
original purchaser, as denoted by the Manufacturer Certificate of
Origin, is eligible. For more information, see the District of Columbia
[Department of Motor Vehicles](https://dmv.dc.gov/node/155452) website.
(Reference [District of Columbia
Code](https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/) 50-1501.03)
false10State IncentivesEFFECOTHERFLEET|INDhttps://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/
6603LAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Tax CreditLouisiana offers a nonrefundable income tax credit for new original
equipment manufacturer AFVs purchased before July 1, 2021. A taxpayer
may take a tax credit of 10% of the cost of the motor vehicle, up to
\$2,500. To qualify for the tax credit, vehicles must have a dedicated
alternative fuel storage and delivery system and be registered in
Louisiana. For the purpose of this incentive, alternative fuels include
natural gas, propane, biofuel, biodiesel, methanol, ethanol, and
electricity. (Reference [Senate
Bill](https://legis.la.gov/legis/home.aspx) 8, 2021, [Louisiana Revised
Statutes](http://www.legis.state.la.us/) 47:6035, and [Louisiana
Administrative Code](http://www.doa.la.gov/Pages/osr/lac/books.aspx)
Title 61, Section 1913)
2009-07-09 00:00:00 UTC2013-04-30 00:00:00 UTCfalse20State Incentives2017-09-11 13:05:02 UTC2022-01-01 00:00:00 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGTAXMAN|FLEET|INDhttp://www.legis.la.gov/legis/home.aspx|http://www.legis.state.la.us/|http://www.legis.la.gov/legis/home.aspx|http://doa.louisiana.gov/osr/lac/lac.htm|http://www.legis.la.gov/legis/home.aspx
6606ORClean Transportation Fuel StandardsThe Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) administers the
Oregon Clean Fuels Program (Program), which requires fuel producers and
importers to register, keep records of, and report the volumes and
carbon intensities of the fuels they provide in Oregon. Phase 2 of the
Program, implemented in 2016, requires fuel suppliers to reduce the
carbon content of transportation fuels.

In 2020, a new goal was implemented to reduce the carbon content of
transportation fuels by 20% below 2015 levels by 2030, and 25% below
2015 levels by 2035.

DEQ must conduct rulemaking for the Program to support greater plug-in
electric vehicle (PEV) adoption. DEQ must also develop a
[method](https://goelectric.oregon.gov/our-strategy) to aggregate and
monetize all eligible PEV credits in the Program to assist in achieving
the state goal of 50,000 registered PEVs in Oregon by 2020. For more
information, see the DEQ [Oregon Clean Fuels
Program](https://www.oregon.gov/deq/ghgp/cfp/Pages/CFP-Overview.aspx)
website.

(Reference [Executive
Order](http://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx)
20-04, 2020, [Oregon Revised
Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/) 468A.266, and [Oregon
Administrative
Rules](http://sos.oregon.gov/archives/Pages/oregon_administrative_rules.aspx)
340-253)
2009-07-22 00:00:00 UTC2020-03-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse70Laws and Regulations2020-04-23 00:24:40 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGCCEINIT|STDOTHERhttp://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/home.htm|http://sos.oregon.gov/archives/Pages/oregon_administrative_rules.aspx|http://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx|http://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx
6614CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - SDG&ESan Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) offers three PEV TOU rates to
residential customers. For more information, including eligibility
requirements and rate details, see the SDG&E [EV
Plans](https://www.sdge.com/residential/pricing-plans/about-our-pricing-plans/electric-vehicle-plans)
and [NGV Rates](https://www.sdge.com/rates-and-regulations) websites.
false153Utility/Private IncentivesELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|IND
6619CAState Transportation PlanThe California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) must publish a
California Transportation Plan (Plan) every five years, beginning
December 31, 2020. The Plan must address how the state will achieve
maximum feasible emissions reductions, taking into consideration the use
of alternative fuels, new vehicle technology, and tailpipe emissions
reductions. Caltrans must consult and coordinate with related state
agencies, air quality management districts, public transit operators,
and regional transportation planning agencies. Caltrans must also
provide an opportunity for public input. Caltrans must submit a final
draft of the Plan to the legislature and governor. A copy of the 2020
report is available on the
[Caltrans](https://dot.ca.gov/programs/transportation-planning/state-planning/california-transportation-plan)
website. Caltrans must also review the Plan and prepare a report for the
legislature and governor that includes actionable, programmatic
transportation system improvement recommendations every five years.
(Reference [California Government
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 65070-65073)
2009-10-11 00:00:00 UTCfalse231Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQOTHERhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
6628ILLow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysLow-speed vehicles may operate on streets with posted speed limits up to
30 miles per hour (mph) if authorized by the local government. Low-speed
vehicles are allowed to cross an intersection where the road or street
has a posted speed limit of up to 45 mph. Low-speed vehicles may cross
an intersection where the road or street has a posted speed limit of
more than 45 mph if the intersection is controlled by a traffic light or
a four-way stop sign. Local governments may restrict low-speed vehicle
access on streets with posted speed limits of 30 mph or less if they
determine that public safety may be jeopardized. A low-speed vehicles is
defined as a four-wheeled motor vehicle capable of maintaining a speed
of more than 20 mph, but not more than 25 mph, and conform to federal
regulations under Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section
571.500. (Reference 625 [Illinois Compiled
Statutes](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp) 5/1-140.7 and
5/11-1426.2)
2009-08-24 00:00:00 UTC2011-07-14 00:00:00 UTCfalse175Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|IND
8082USAdvanced Energy Research Project GrantsThe Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy (ARPA-E) was
established within the U.S. Department of Energy with the mission
to fund projects that will develop transformational technologies
that reduce the nation's dependence on foreign energy imports;
reduce U.S. energy related emissions, including greenhouse gases;
improve energy efficiency across all sectors of the economy; and
ensure that the United States maintains its leadership in
developing and deploying advanced energy technologies. The ARPA-E
focuses on various concepts in multiple program areas including,
but not limited to, vehicle technologies, biomass energy, and
energy storage. For more information, visit the ARPA-E ( http://arpa-e.energy.gov/ ) website.
2007-08-09 00:00:00 UTCfalse21IncentivesU.S. Department of EnergyBIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HEV|OTHER|PHEVGNTOTHER
8160CALow Emission Truck and Bus Purchase VouchersThrough the Hybrid and Zero Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive
Project (HVIP) and Low Oxide of Nitrogen (NOx) Engine Incentives, the
California Air Resources Board provides vouchers to eligible fleets to
reduce the incremental cost of qualified electric, hybrid, or natural
gas trucks and buses at the time of purchase. Vouchers are available on
a first-come, first-served basis. Only fleets that operate vehicles in
California are eligible. Voucher amounts vary depending on whether the
vehicles are located in a disadvantaged community. For more information,
including a list of qualified vehicles and other requirements, see the
[HVIP](http://www.californiahvip.org/) website.
2010-02-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse10State Incentives2018-08-23 20:32:57 UTCELEC|HEV|NG|PHEVOTHER|RBATEFLEET
8161CAPlug-In Hybrid and Zero Emission Light-Duty Vehicle RebatesThe Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) offers rebates for the purchase
or lease of qualified vehicles. Qualified vehicles are light-duty
electric vehicles (EVs), fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), and
plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) the California Air Resources
Board (CARB) has approved or certified. The rebates are for up to
\$4,500 for FCEVs, \$2,000 for EVs, \$1,000 for PHEVs, and \$750 for
zero emission motorcycles. Rebates are available on a first-come,
first-served basis to California residents who purchase or lease new
eligible vehicles. Residents of San Diego County may be eligible for a
preapproved rebate through the CVRP [Rebate
Now](https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/rebatenow) pilot. Manufacturers
must apply to CARB to have their vehicles included in the CVRP.

Individuals are eligible for the rebate based on gross annual income, as
stated on the individual\'s federal tax return. Individuals with a gross
annual income above the following thresholds are eligible for all
rebates except those that apply to FCEVs:

- \$150,000 for single filers
- \$204,000 for head-of-household filers
- \$300,000 for joint filers

For individuals with low and moderate household incomes of less than or
equal to 300% of the federal poverty level, rebates are increased by
\$2,500. Increased rebates are available for CARB-approved FCEVs, PHEVs,
and PEVs. CARB must provide outreach to low income households and
communities to raise awareness about CVRP. Through January 1, 2022, CARB
must prioritize rebate payments for low income applicants.

CARB determines annual funding amounts for the CVRP, which is expected
to be effective through 2023. For more information, including
information on income verification, a list of eligible vehicles, and
instructions on how to apply, see the
[CVRP](https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng) website.

(Reference [California Health and Safety Code](https://oal.ca.gov/)
44274 and 44258)
2010-03-15 00:00:00 UTC2018-09-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse12State Incentives2019-12-10 14:35:57 UTCELEC|HY|NEVS|PHEVRBATEINDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/|http://www.oal.ca.gov/|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml
8282RILow-Speed Vehicle Access to Roadways - Prudence IslandA low-speed vehicle may operate on the roadways of Prudence Island
between the hours of 6am and 6pm. A low-speed vehicle may not operate on
a street or highway with a posted speed limit greater than 25 miles per
hour (mph), but it may cross a street or highway with a posted speed
limit greater than 35 mph. For the purpose of this regulation, a
low-speed vehicle is defined as a self-propelled, electric or gas
powered motor vehicle that is designed to carry no more than four
passengers; is designed to be and is operated at speeds of not more than
25 mph; and conforms to the maximum safety equipment requirements and
standards specified in Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section
571.500. (Reference [Rhode Island General
Laws](http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/) 31-19.4-1)
2005-07-19 00:00:00 UTCfalse50Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/
8382MDPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane ExemptionPermitted PEVs may operate in any Maryland HOV lanes regardless of the
number of occupants. Qualified PEVs must have a maximum speed capability
of at least 65 miles per hour. To operate in HOV lanes, PEV owners must
obtain a permit from the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor
Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA). Each year the MDOT MVA and the State
Highway Administration must report PEV use in HOV lanes to the governor.
This exemption expires September 30, 2022. For more information, see the
[HOV Permit Issuance for
PEVs](https://mva.maryland.gov/about-mva/Pages/info/27300/27300-54T.aspx)
website.

(Reference [Maryland
Statutes](http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home),
Transportation Code 25-108 and 21-314)
2010-05-20 00:00:00 UTC2019-04-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse20State Incentives2019-05-08 17:00:31 UTC2022-09-30 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home|http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frmMain.aspx?id=SB0033&stab=01&pid=billpage&tab=subject3&ys=2014RS|http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home|http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home
8383MDLimited Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysA limited speed vehicle is defined as a vehicle that is capable of
achieving a maximum speed of at least 25 miles per hour (mph) but no
more than 55 mph. Limited speed vehicles may only operate on highways on
which the maximum speed of the vehicle exceeds the posted speed limit by
at least 5 mph. Limited speed vehicles may not be sold without the
required limited speed emblems. Additionally, limited speed vehicle
purchasers must be informed in writing, of the limitations of vehicle
use on highways. (Reference [Maryland
Statutes](http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home),
Transportation Code 15-313, 21-804, and 21-805.1)
2010-05-20 00:00:00 UTCfalse80Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home
8385FLElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Financing AuthorizationLocal governments may offer funding to property owners within their
jurisdiction to help finance EVSE installations on their property or
enter into a financing agreement for the same purpose. For additional
information, property owners should contact their local government.
(Reference [Florida Statutes](http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/) 163.08)
2010-05-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse5State IncentivesELEC|PHEVLOANSSTATION|FLEET|GOVhttp://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/
8440MEPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Infrastructure DevelopmentMaine\'s smart grid infrastructure policy promotes the development,
implementation, availability, and use of smart grid technology. The
policy includes the goal of integrating advanced electric storage and
peak-reduction technologies, such as PEVs, into the electric system.
(Reference [Maine Revised
Statutes](http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/) Title 35-A,
Section 3143)
2010-03-23 00:00:00 UTCfalse36Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/
8481AKState Energy PolicyAs part of its state energy policy, Alaska must promote energy
efficiency in the transportation sector. (Reference [Alaska
Statutes](http://www.akleg.gov/basis/statutes.asp) 44.99.115)
2010-06-17 00:00:00 UTCfalse30Laws and RegulationsEFFECCCEINITOTHERhttp://www.akleg.gov/basis/statutes.asp
8482HIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Policies for Multi-Family ResidencesA multi-family residential dwelling or townhouse owner may install EVSE
on or near a parking stall at the dwelling as long as the EVSE is in
compliance with applicable rules and specifications, the EVSE is
registered with the private entity within 30 days of installation, and
the homeowner receives consent from the private entity if the EVSE is
placed in a common area. Private entities may adopt rules that restrict
the placement and use of EVSE but may not charge a fee for the
placement. The EVSE owner is responsible for any damages resulting from
the installation, maintenance, repair, removal, or replacement of the
EVSE. A private entity includes associations of homeowners, community
associations, condominium associations, cooperatives, or any
nongovernmental entity with covenants.

A working group within the Hawaii Department of Business, Economic
Development, and Tourism identified and examined the issues regarding
multi-family dwelling EVSE requests to private entities. The group
[reported its
findings](https://files.hawaii.gov/dbedt/annuals/2015/2015-act-164-installation-of-ev-charging-stations.pdf)
and recommendations to the state legislature in December 2015.

(Reference [Hawaii Revised Statutes](http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/)
196-7.5)
2010-06-30 00:00:00 UTCfalse35Laws and Regulations2015-07-13 15:00:44 UTCELEC|PHEVRTCSTATION|FLEET|INDhttp://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/|http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/
8821CAAdvanced Transportation Tax ExclusionThe California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing
Authority (CAEATFA) provides a sales and use tax exclusion for qualified
manufacturers of advanced transportation products, components, or
systems that reduce pollution and energy use and promote economic
development. Incentives are available until December 31, 2025. For more
information, including application materials, see the CAEATFA [Sales and
Use Tax Exclusion
Program](http://www.treasurer.ca.gov/caeatfa/ste/index.asp) website.
(Reference [California Public Resources
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml%20)
26000-26017)
2010-03-24 00:00:00 UTC2015-10-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse55State Incentives2015-11-09 22:13:31 UTCELEC|HY|OTHER|PHEVEXEM|TAXMAN|OTHERhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
8842CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Infrastructure Information ResourceThe California Energy Commission, in consultation with the Public
Utilities Commission, must develop and maintain a website containing
specific links to electrical corporations, local publicly owned electric
utilities, and other websites that contain information specific to PEVs,
including the following:

- Resources to help consumers determine if their residences will
require utility service upgrades to accommodate PEVs;
- Basic charging circuit requirements;
- Utility rate options; and
- Load management techniques.

(Reference [California Public Resources
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 25227)
2010-09-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse197Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
8847CAHeavy-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions RegulationsBox-type trailers that are at least 53 feet long and the heavy-duty
tractors that pull these trailers must be equipped with fuel-efficient
tires and aerodynamic trailer devices that improve fuel economy and
lower GHG gas emissions. Tractors and trailers subject to the regulation
must either use U.S. Environmental Protection Agency SmartWay certified
tractors and trailers or retrofit existing equipment with SmartWay
verified technologies. Vehicle owners must comply with these regulations
when operating on California highways regardless of where the vehicles
are registered. Exemptions apply for some local- and short-haul tractors
and trailers. The compliance schedule depends on the type and age of the
tractor or trailer. For more information, see the California Air
Resources Board [Heavy-Duty GHG
Regulations](https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/ghg-std-md-hd-eng-veh)
website. (Reference [California Code of
Regulations](http://www.oal.ca.gov/) Title 17, Section 95300-95311)
false295Laws and RegulationsEFFECAIRQEMISSIONSFLEET|GOVhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
8905ILSchool Bus Retrofit ReimbursementThe Illinois Department of Education will reimburse any qualifying
school district for the cost of converting gasoline buses to more
fuel-efficient engines or to engines using alternative fuels.
Restrictions may apply. (Reference 105 [Illinois Compiled
Statutes](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp) 5/29-5)
2006-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse45State IncentivesAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HY|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGRBATEFLEET|GOV
9097UTPropane and Electricity Tax ExemptionsPropane and electricity used to operate motor vehicles are exempt from
state motor fuel taxes. For more information, see the Utah State Tax
Commission [Fuel Taxes](http://tax.utah.gov/fuel) website. (Reference
[Utah Code](http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 59-13-102, 59-13-201,
and 59-13-301)
2011-03-23 00:00:00 UTCfalse20State Incentives2021-03-10 21:02:47 UTCELEC|PHEV|LPGEXEM|TAXSTATION|PURCH|FLEET|INDhttp://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html
9154WVAlternative Fuel Use RequirementWest Virginia higher education governing boards must use alternative
fuels to the maximum extent feasible. (Reference [West Virginia
Code](http://www.legis.state.wv.us/WVCODE/Code.cfm) 18B-5-9)
2011-04-05 00:00:00 UTCfalse55Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|OTHER|PHEV|LPGREQOTHERhttp://www.legis.state.wv.us/WVCODE/Code.cfm
9215VAFuel-Efficient Driving TrainingCommonwealth-approved driver education programs must include
fuel-efficient driving practices as a curriculum component. (Reference
[Virginia Code](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm) 22.1-205)
false105Laws and RegulationsEFFECDRESTOTHERhttp://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm
9216MIPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - DTE EnergyDTE Energy offers a TOU rate to residential customers who own a PEV. For
rate information, including how to qualify, see the DTE Energy [PEV
Rates](https://newlook.dteenergy.com/wps/wcm/connect/dte-web/home/service-request/residential/electric/pev/pev-res-rate-plans)
website.
2010-05-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse50Utility/Private IncentivesELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|PURCH|IND
9232CACommercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - LADWPThe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) provides rebates
to commercial customers toward the purchase of Level 2 or direct current
(DC) fast EVSE. Commercial customers who purchase and install EVSE for
employee and public use can receive up to \$5,000 for each Level 2 EVSE
with up to \$500 in additional rebate funds per extra charge port.
Commercial customers may also receive up to \$75,000 per DC fast EVSE,
and up to \$125,000 per DC fast EVSE for medium- and heavy-duty vehicle
use. Maximum rebate amounts will vary based on whether EVSE is located
in a disadvantaged community. Eligible customers may qualify for up to
40 rebate awards depending on the number of parking spaces at the
installation site. EVSE must be installed within the LADWP service area.
Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more
information, including program guidelines and application materials, see
the [Charge Up
L.A.!](https://www.ladwp.com/ladwp/faces/ladwp/residential/r-gogreen/r-gg-driveelectric?_adf.ctrl-state=1d4357epvd_4&_afrLoop=472125629767806)
website.
2010-05-01 00:00:00 UTC2015-10-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse137Utility/Private Incentives2020-11-13 15:48:37 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV|IND
9272INPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rates - Applied Energy Services (AES) IndianaAES Indiana offers a TOU rate to residential and business customers who
own a licensed PEV. Customers who are considering purchasing Level 2
electric vehicle supply equipment should contact AES Indiana to discuss
the benefits and requirements of participating in the program. Only
customers in AES territory are eligible. Restrictions apply. For more
information, see the [AES Indiana Electric
Vehicles](https://www.iplpower.com/Business/Programs_and_Services/Electric_Vehicle_Charging_and_Rates/)
website.
false80Utility/Private IncentivesELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|PURCH|FLEET|IND
9292IDPlug-In and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Exemption from Vehicle Testing RequirementsElectric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, and hybrid electric
vehicles are exempt from state motor vehicle inspection and maintenance
programs. For more information, see the [Idaho Vehicle Inspection
Program](https://idahovip.org/) website. (Reference [Idaho
Statutes](https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/) 39-116B)
2013-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse12State IncentivesELEC|HEV|PHEVEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.legislature.idaho.gov/idstat/TOC/IDStatutesTOC.htm
9296TXElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive - Austin EnergyAustin Energy offers residential customers who own an electric vehicle a
rebate of 50% of the cost to purchase and install a qualified Level 2
EVSE, up to \$1,200. For more information, see the Austin Energy [Home
Charging](https://austinenergy.com/ae/green-power/plug-in-austin/workplace-charging)
website.
2011-05-31 00:00:00 UTCfalse70Utility/Private IncentivesELEC|PHEVRBATEINDhttps://austinenergy.com/ae/green-power/plug-in-austin/workplace-charging
9298MTLow-Speed Electric Vehicle (EV) Access to RoadwaysA low-speed EV may operate only on highways with posted speed limits up
to 25 miles per hour (mph) and may not cross a highway with a posted
speed limit greater than 45 mph. A low-speed EV must have four wheels,
reach speeds of at least 20 mph but not more than 40 mph, and may only
be operated by a person with a low-speed restricted driver\'s license. A
low-speed EV must comply with Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/), section 565. (Reference
[Montana Code Annotated](https://leg.mt.gov/bills/mca/index.html)
61-1-101, 61-5-122, 61-8-378)
2011-04-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse80Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://leg.mt.gov/bills/mca/index.html
9303MDZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Infrastructure PromotionThe Maryland Zero Emission Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council
(ZEEVIC) promotes the use of promotes the use of ZEVs, including plug-in
electric vehicles (PEVs) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV), in the
state. Specific responsibilities of ZEEVIC include the following:

- Develop policies and an action plan to promote and facilitate the
integration of ZEVs into the Maryland transportation network;
- Assist in developing and coordinating statewide standards for
streamlined permitting and installation of electric vehicle charging
and hydrogen fueling equipment;
- Develop recommendations for a statewide PEV charging and FCEV
refueling infrastructure plan, including standard pricing
information displays;
- Increase and support consumer awareness and ownership of ZEVs
through public outreach;
- Recommend incentives to support private-sector investment in ZEVs;
- Develop targeted policies to support fleet purchases of ZEVs;
- Develop charging solutions for multiunit dwellings;
- Encourage local and regional efforts to promote the use of ZEVs;
- Develop model procurement practices for light-duty vehicles that
include an evaluation of the vehicle lifecycle costs inclusive of
estimated fuel cost over the anticipated life of the vehicle;
- Recommend policies that support PEV charging and FCEV fueling from
clean energy sources;
- Establish performance measures for meeting ZEV related employment,
infrastructure, and regulatory goals; and
- Pursue other policies, goals, and objectives that promote the
adoption of ZEVs.

The Maryland Department of Transportation must provide staff support to
ZEEVIC with the assistance of the Maryland Energy Administration and the
Maryland Public Service Commission. For more information, including
interim reports, see the [Maryland Zero Emission Electric Vehicle
Infrastructure
Council](https://www.mdot.maryland.gov/tso/Pages/Index.aspx?PageId=81)
website and the [MarylandEV](http://www.marylandev.org) website.
(Reference [Chapter 378, Acts of
2015](http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/2015RS/chapters_noln/Ch_378_sb0714T.pdf);
[Chapter 213, Acts of
2019](http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/2019RS/chapters_noln/Ch_213_hb1246E.pdf);
[Chapter 118, Acts of
2020](http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/2020RS/chapters_noln/Ch_118_hb0232T.pdf))
2011-05-19 00:00:00 UTC2020-05-08 00:00:00 UTCfalse50Laws and Regulations2020-05-12 15:28:42 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home|http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home|http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home
9353NCHigh Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane ExemptionQualified plug-in electric vehicles, dedicated natural gas vehicles, and
fuel cell electric vehicles may use North Carolina HOV lanes, regardless
of the number of occupants. This exemption expires September 30, 2025.
(Reference [North Carolina General
Statutes](http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp) 20-4.01
and 20-146.2)
2011-05-26 00:00:00 UTCfalse11State IncentivesELECEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp
9354NCPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Emissions Inspection ExemptionQualified PEVs and FCEVs are exempt from state emissions inspection
requirements. Other restrictions may apply. (Reference [North Carolina
General Statutes](http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp)
20-4.01 and 20-183.2)
2011-05-26 00:00:00 UTCfalse12State IncentivesELEC|HY|PHEVEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp
9355NCPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) DefinitionA PEV is defined as a vehicle that:

- Does not have the ability to be propelled by gasoline
- Draws electricity from a battery with a capacity of at least four
kilowatt-hours and is capable of being charged from an external
source
- Has not been modified from the original equipment manufacturer power
train specifications
- Has a gross vehicle weight rating of 8,500 pounds or less
- Has a maximum speed of at least 65 miles per hour
- Meets applicable requirements in Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of
Federal Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr),
section 571.

(Reference [House Bill](https://www.ncleg.gov/house) 211, 2019 and
[North Carolina General
Statutes](http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp) 20-4.01)
2011-05-26 00:00:00 UTCfalse115Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVSTDMAN|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp|https://www.ncleg.gov/house
9372GAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Incentive - Georgia PowerGeorgia Power offers a time-of-use electricity rate for residential
customers who own a PEV. Eligible customers must own a smart charger
capable of separately metering charger usage. For more information, see
the Georgia Power [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.georgiapower.com/residential/billing-and-rate-plans/pricing-and-rate-plans/plug-in-ev.html)
website.
false55Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-11 19:10:17 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|IND
9374ALResidential Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rates - Alabama PowerAlabama Power offers a discounted TOU rate to residential customers that
own or lease a PEV. Under this rate rider, customers receive a discount
on all energy consumed during the discount period without separately
metering PEV charging. For more information, see the Alabama Power [PEV
rate](https://www.alabamapower.com/content/dam/alabamapower/Rates/pev.pdf)
website.
false20Utility/Private IncentivesELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|PURCH|IND
9400MELow-Speed Vehicle Inspection ExemptionLow-speed vehicles are exempt from annual state vehicle inspections.
Low-speed vehicles must be registered, carry a special license plate,
and meet specified state and federal safety equipment requirements.
Additional restrictions may apply. (Reference [Maine Revised
Statutes](http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/) Title 29-A,
Sections 501, 1752, and 1925)
false32State IncentivesNEVSEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/
9404HIPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Incentives - Hawaiian Electric CompanyHawaiian Electric Company and its subsidiaries, Maui Electric Company
and Hawaii Electric Light Company, offer time-of-use (TOU) rates for
residential, multi-unit dwelling, electric bus fleet facility, and
commercial customers. The TOU rates are available to customers on Oahu,
Molokai, Maui, and Hawaii Island. Hawaiian Electric also offers a TOU
rate for customers who charge their PEV at Hawaii Electric's publicly
available direct current (DC) fast stations. For more information, see
the [Hawaiian Electric
Vehicles](https://www.hawaiianelectric.com/clean-energy-hawaii/electric-vehicles)
website.
false15Utility/Private Incentives2018-08-09 15:52:54 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|FLEET|MUD
9412NVPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) - Nevada Energy (NV Energy)NV Energy offers a TOU rate to residential and commercial customers who
own or lease PEVs. For more information, see the NV Energy [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.nvenergy.com/account-services/energy-pricing-plans/electric-vehicle)
website.
2011-07-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse20Utility/Private IncentivesELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|PURCH|FLEET|MUD|IND
9454NELow-Speed Vehicle Access to RoadwaysLow-speed vehicles may only travel on roadways with a posted speed limit
of up to 35 miles per hour (mph) but may cross highways with a posted
speed limit of over 35 mph. A low-speed vehicle is any four-wheeled
motor vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating of up to 3,000 pounds
and a top speed of at least 20 mph but not more than 25 mph. A low-speed
vehicle must be manufactured in compliance with federal standards for
low-speed vehicles as referenced in Title 49 of the [U.S. Code of
Federal Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode),
section 571.500. (Reference [Nebraska Revised
Statutes](http://nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/browse-statutes.php)
60-119.01 and 60-6,380)
2011-05-24 00:00:00 UTCfalse45Laws and RegulationsNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/browse-statutes.php
9455NEAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) RegistrationA fee of \$75 is required for the registration of an AFV that operates
on electricity, solar power, or any other source of energy not otherwise
taxed under the state motor fuel tax laws. Compressed natural gas,
liquefied natural gas, and propane are not subject to this requirement.
(Reference [Nebraska Revised
Statutes](http://nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/browse-statutes.php)
60-306 and 60-3,191)
2011-05-24 00:00:00 UTCfalse55Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVFUELFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/browse-statutes.php|http://nebraskalegislature.gov/
9573CAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Incentives - San Joaquin ValleyThe San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District administers the
Public Benefit Grant Program, which provides funding to cities,
counties, special districts (such as water districts and irrigation
districts), and public educational institutions for the purchase of new
AFVs, including electric, hybrid electric, natural gas, and propane
vehicles. The maximum grant amount allowed per vehicle is \$20,000, with
a limit of \$100,000 per agency per year. Projects are considered on a
first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, see the [Public
Benefit Grant
Program](http://valleyair.org/grants/content/publicbenefit.html)
website.
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9579CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Policies for Multi-Unit DwellingsA common interest development, including a community apartment,
condominium, and cooperative development, may not prohibit or restrict
the installation or use of EVSE or a plug-in electric vehicle
(PEV)-dedicated time-of-use (TOU) meter in a homeowner\'s designated
parking space or unit. These entities may put reasonable restrictions on
EVSE, but the policies may not significantly increase the cost of the
EVSE or significantly decrease its efficiency or performance.
Restrictions may be placed on TOU meter installations if they are based
on the structure of or available space in the building. If installation
in the homeowner\'s designated parking space or unit is not possible,
with authorization, the homeowner may add EVSE or a PEV-dedicated TOU
meter in a common area. The homeowner must obtain appropriate approvals
from the common interest development association and agree in writing to
comply with applicable architectural standards, engage a licensed
installation contractor, provide a certificate of insurance, and pay for
the electricity usage, maintenance, and other costs associated with the
EVSE or TOU meter.

Any application for approval should be processed by the common interest
development association without willful avoidance or delay. The
homeowner and each successive homeowner of the parking space or unit
equipped with EVSE or a TOU meter is responsible for the cost of the
installation, maintenance, repair, removal, or replacement of the
equipment, as well as any resulting damage to the EVSE, TOU meter, or
surrounding area. The homeowner must also maintain a \$1 million
umbrella liability coverage policy and name the common interest
development as an additional insured entity under the policy. If EVSE or
a PEV-dedicated TOU meter is installed in a common area for use by all
members of the association, the common interest development must develop
terms for use of the EVSE or TOU meter.

(Reference [California Civil
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 4745 and
6713)
2011-07-25 00:00:00 UTC2018-09-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse192Laws and Regulations2018-11-13 18:16:25 UTCELEC|PHEVRTCMUD|INDhttp://www.legislature.ca.gov/|http://www.oal.ca.gov/|http://www.legislature.ca.gov/
9580CAAccess to Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Registration RecordsThe California Department of Motor Vehicles may disclose to an
electrical corporation or local publicly owned utility a PEV owner\'s
address and vehicle type if the information is used exclusively to
identify where the PEV is registered. (Reference [California Vehicle
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 1808.23)
2011-09-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse195Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
9773ILElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Installation RequirementsVendors that install EVSE must comply with Illinois Commerce Commission
(ICC) certification requirements. For specific requirements, see the ICC
[EVSE Installer
Certification](https://www.icc.illinois.gov/Electricity/authorities/EVChargingStationInstallerCert.aspx)
website. (Reference 220 [Illinois Compiled
Statutes](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp) 5/3-105,
5/16-102, and 5/16-128A)
2011-10-31 00:00:00 UTCfalse80Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVREGISSTATION|OTHER
9774ILSmart Grid Infrastructure Development and SupportThe Illinois Science and Energy Innovation Trust (Trust) will provide
financial and technical support to public and private entities within
the state for programs and projects that support, encourage, or utilize
innovative technologies and methods to modernize the state\'s electric
grid. Technologies may include advanced electricity storage and
peak-shaving technologies, such as electric vehicles (EV) or devices
that allow EVs to engage in smart grid functions. The Trust also offers
assistance for standards development for communication and
interoperability of appliances and equipment connected to the electric
grid. Electric utilities may voluntarily commit to investments in smart
grid advanced metering infrastructure deployment. Participating
utilities must consult with the Smart Grid Advisory Council and file a
Smart Grid Advanced Metering Infrastructure Deployment Plan with the
Illinois Commerce Commission. (Reference 220 [Illinois Compiled
Statutes](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp) 5/16-108.5
through 108.7)
2011-10-31 00:00:00 UTCfalse70State IncentivesELEC|PHEVGNT|LOANS|OTHERSTATION|MAN|OTHER
9832UTLocal Vehicle Idling RegulationsA local highway authority may not enact an ordinance that prohibits or
restricts an owner or operator of a vehicle from idling the vehicle\'s
engine, unless the ordinance is primarily educational, specifies that a
person must be issued at least three warnings before a fine is imposed,
has the same fine structure as a parking violation, provides for the
safety of law enforcement personnel enforcing the ordinance, and
specifies that the ordinance may be enforced on public property or
private property that is open to the general public. Exceptions apply.
(Reference [Utah Code](http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 41-6a-208)
2012-03-26 00:00:00 UTCfalse85Laws and RegulationsEFFEC|IRAIRQEMISSIONS|DRESTFLEET|GOVhttp://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html
9833UTAlternative Fuel Vehicle Decal and High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane ExemptionPropane, natural gas, plug-in electric, and plug-in hybrid electric
vehicles are permitted to use HOV lanes, regardless of the number of
passengers. Qualified vehicles must display the special clean fuel decal
issued by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT); a limited number
of decals are available. This exemption expires September 29, 2025. For
more information about qualifying vehicles and decal availability, see
the [Clean Fuel Vehicle Decal and
Permit](https://www.udot.utah.gov/connect/public/express-lanes/get-a-pass-for-the-express-lanes/%20)
website. (Reference [Utah Code](http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html)
41-1a-416, 41-1a-418, 41-6a-702, 59-13-102, and 72-6-121)
2011-03-30 00:00:00 UTCfalse25State Incentives2025-09-29 00:00:00 UTCELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html
9834UTAlternative Fuel Vehicle Inspection and PermitThe Utah State Tax Commission (Commission) may require vehicles
operating on clean fuels to be inspected for safe operation. In
addition, clean fuel vehicles that have a gross vehicle weight rating of
more than 26,000 pounds or have more than three axels are required to
obtain a special fuel user permit from the Commission. Clean fuels are
defined as propane, natural gas, electricity, and hydrogen. (Reference
[Utah Code](http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 59-13-102, 59-13-303,
and 59-13-304)
2011-03-23 00:00:00 UTCfalse55Laws and RegulationsELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREGISPURCH|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html
9836VAAlternative Fuel and Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) Emissions Testing ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by natural gas, propane, hydrogen, a
combination of compressed natural gas and hydrogen, or electricity are
exempt from the Virginia emissions inspection program. Qualified HEVs
with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency fuel economy ratings of at
least 50 miles per gallon (city) are also exempt from the emissions
inspection program unless remote sensing devices indicate the HEV may
not meet current emissions standards. For more information, including a
list of HEVs that qualify, see the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles
[Emissions
Inspections](http://www.dmv.state.va.us/vehicles/#emissions.asp)
website. (Reference [Virginia Code](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm)
46.2-1177 through 46.2-1178 and 46.2-749.3)
2005-09-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse55State IncentivesELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm
9852VAAftermarket Electric Vehicle (EV) Conversion RegulationsAny motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, that has been modified to
replace the internal combustion engine with an electric propulsion
system must be titled by and registered with the Virginia Department of
Motor Vehicles (DMV) as a converted EV. DMV converted EV registration
requires certification by a Virginia safety inspector that the
conversion to electric propulsion is complete and proof that the vehicle
has passed a Virginia safety inspection. The inspector may charge a fee,
not to exceed \$40, in addition to any fee imposed for Virginia safety
inspection. Converted EVs must be equipped with special equipment,
including high voltage cables, a temperature monitoring system for
traction batteries other than lead acid batteries, and labeling on three
sides of the vehicle identifying it as \"Converted Electric.\" For more
information, see the DMV [Titling a Converted
EV](http://www.dmvnow.com/vehicles/#electric.asp) website. (Reference
[Virginia Code](http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm) 46.2-602.3,
46.2-625, and 46.2-1001.1)
2012-03-08 00:00:00 UTC2013-03-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse21Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONS|REGISMAN|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm
9892CAAlternative Fuel and Advanced Vehicle Rebate - San Joaquin ValleyThe San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD)
administers the Drive Clean! Rebate Program, which provides rebates for
the purchase or lease of eligible new vehicles, including qualified
natural gas, hydrogen fuel cell, propane, all-electric, plug-in electric
vehicles, and zero emission motorcycles. The program offers rebates of
up to \$3,000, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis
for residents and businesses located in the SJVAPCD. For more
information, including a list of eligible vehicles and other
requirements, see the SJVAPCD [Drive Clean! Rebate
Program](http://valleyair.org/drivecleaninthesanjoaquin/rebate/)
website.
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9974WAElectric Drive Vehicle FeeAll-electric vehicle owners must pay an annual fee of \$150 in addition
to standard registration fees. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles with an
all-electric range of at least 30 miles are subject to a fee of \$75.
Hybrid electric vehicles are subject to a fee of \$75. (Reference
[Revised Code of Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 46.17.323-324)
2012-03-23 00:00:00 UTC2019-05-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse100Laws and Regulations2021-06-14 17:59:54 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/|http://leg.wa.gov/
9975WAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Road User Assessment System PilotThe Washington Transportation Commission (Commission) studied the
feasibility of transitioning from a fuel tax to a road user assessment
system in the state. In 2012, the Commission conducted a limited scope
pilot project to test the feasibility of this new system as it applies
to PEVs. For the results of this evaluation, see the Washington State
Department of Transportation
[report](https://www.wsdot.wa.gov/research/reports/fullreports/807.1.pdf).
The Commission began a year-long pilot project in fall 2017. On January
13, 2020, the Commission submitted a
[report](https://waroadusagecharge.org/final-report/) of findings and
recommendations to the governor, state legislature, and the U.S.
Department of Transportation. The state legislature directed the
Commission to further study aspects of the road usage charge program.
For more information, see the Commission [Road Usage Charge
Assessment](https://waroadusagecharge.org/) website.
2012-03-23 00:00:00 UTC2016-03-25 00:00:00 UTCfalse115Laws and Regulations2020-04-13 15:47:12 UTCELEC|PHEVFUELFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://leg.wa.gov/
9992MDPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Information DisclosureThe Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration may provide the address of a
registered PEV owner and information about the vehicle to electric
companies for their use. Electric companies may only use this
information in planning for the electric power supply and may not use it
for marketing or solicitation. (Reference [Maryland
Statutes](http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home%22),
General Provisions 4-320)
2012-05-02 00:00:00 UTCfalse48Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home
10072ORPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate RegulationsRegulated electric utilities must provide customers with a choice of
flat rate or time of use electricity rates specific to PEV owners.
Investor-owned utilities may own and operate PEV charging equipment
using its own funds or petition the Oregon Public Utilities Commission
for rate recovery. (Reference [Public Utility Commission of
Oregon](http://apps.puc.state.or.us/edockets/ordselct.asp) Order No.
12-013, 2012)
2012-01-19 00:00:00 UTCfalse60Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHERAFP|OTHERhttps://www.oregonlegislature.gov/|http://apps.puc.state.or.us/edockets/ordselct.asp
10075PAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate - PECOPECO provides rebates of \$50 to residential customers who purchase a
new, qualified PEV. For more information, see the [PECO Electric
Vehicles](https://www.peco.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/ElectricVehiclesL3.aspx)
website.
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10194FLElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) RulesA person may not stop, stand, or park a vehicle that is not capable of
using EVSE in a parking space designated for plug-in electric vehicles.
To allow for consistency for consumers and the industry, the Florida
Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services must adopt additional
rules to provide definitions, methods of sale, labeling requirements,
and price-posting requirements for EVSE. (Reference [Florida
Statutes](http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/) 366.94)
2012-04-14 00:00:00 UTCfalse60Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHERFLEET|GOV|OTHER|INDhttp://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/
10393CAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Parking Incentive ProgramsThe California Department of General Services (DGS) and California
Department of Transportation (Caltrans) must develop and implement AFV
parking incentive programs in public parking facilities operated by DGS
with 50 or more parking spaces and park-and-ride lots owned and operated
by Caltrans. The incentives must provide meaningful and tangible
benefits to drivers, such as preferential spaces, reduced fees, and
fueling infrastructure. Fueling infrastructure built at park-and-ride
lots is not subject to restricted use by those using bicycles, public
transit, or ridesharing. (Reference [California Public Resources
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 25722.9)
2012-09-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse180Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHERSTATION|FLEET|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
10394USAirport Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) and Infrastructure IncentivesThe Zero Emissions Airport Vehicle and Infrastructure Pilot Program
provides funding to airports for up to 50% of the cost to acquire ZEVs
and install or modify supporting infrastructure for acquired vehicles.
Grant funding must be used for airport-owned, on-road vehicles used
exclusively for airport purposes. Vehicles and infrastructure must meet
the Federal Aviation Administration\'s Airport Improvement Program
requirements, including Buy American requirements. To be eligible, an
airport must be for public use. The program will give priority to
applicants located in nonattainment areas, as defined by the Clean Air
Act, and projects that achieve the greatest air quality benefits, as
measured by the amount of emissions reduced per dollar of funds spent
under the program. For more information, see the [Zero Emissions Airport
Vehicle and Infrastructure Pilot
Program](http://www.faa.gov/airports/environmental/zero_emissions_vehicles/)
website. (Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/112th-congress) 112-95 and 49
[U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 47136a)
2012-02-14 00:00:00 UTCfalse38IncentivesU.S. Department of TransportationELEC|HY|PHEVGNTFLEET
10395RIPetroleum Reduction InitiativeThe Petroleum Savings and Independence Advisory Commission (Commission)
was established to provide recommendations and monitor programs designed
to reduce the state's dependence on petroleum-based fuels in the
transportation and heating sectors. Established targets may not provide
less than a 30% overall reduction in petroleum consumption from 2007
levels by 2030 and a 50% overall reduction from 2007 levels by 2050.
Recommendations will include those related to incentives, plug-in
electric vehicle deployment, implementation of a clean fuels standard,
and land use planning. The Commission must report on monitoring
activities to the General Assembly at least every two years. The
Commission must also continue to evaluate the state's progress toward
meeting petroleum-reduction goals and make recommendations to the
General Assembly as necessary. (Reference [Rhode Island General
Laws](http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/) 42-140.4)
2012-06-19 00:00:00 UTCfalse36Laws and RegulationsELEC|OTHER|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/
10413NCState Highway Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) RegulationsThe North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) may install and
operate public EVSE at state-owned highway rest stops so long as it has
developed a mechanism to charge EVSE users a fee to recover the costs
related to electricity consumed, processing the user fee, and operating
and maintaining the EVSE. NCDOT may consult with other state agencies
and industry representatives to develop a cost recovery mechanism.
(Reference [North Carolina General
Statutes](http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp)
136-18.02)
2012-07-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse70Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|OTHERhttp://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp
10414MNElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - DEADakota Electric Association (DEA) offers a TOU rate to members with
plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) enrolled in the ChargeWise program. To
be eligible for the TOU rate, a ChargeWise circuit is required.

Dakota Electric also offers a rebate of up to \$500 for the installation
of Level 1 or Level 2 EVSE.

For more information, visit the Dakota Electric
[ChargeWise](https://www.dakotaelectric.com/member-services/programs-rebates/for-your-home/electric-vehicle-charging/)
website.
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10452NYHeavy-Duty Alternative Fuel and Advanced Vehicle Purchase VouchersThe New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
provides incentives for alternative fuel trucks and buses. Incentives
are released on a staggered schedule and are distributed based on the
following criteria:

::: {align="center"}
Technology Type Incentive Amount
----------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------------
Class 4-8 All-Electric Trucks 95% of the incremental cost, up to \$185,000 per vehicle
Class 4-8 Fuel Cell Electric Trucks 95% of the incremental cost, up to \$185,000 per vehicle
Class 4-8 Plug-in Hybrid Electric Trucks 90% of the incremental cost, up to \$120,000 per vehicle
Class 4-8 Hybrid Electric Trucks 90% of the incremental cost, up to \$55,000 per vehicle
Class 4-8 Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Trucks 90% of the incremental cost, up to \$60,000 per vehicle
Class 4-8 Propane Trucks 90% of the incremental cost, up to \$60,000 per vehicle
Class 4-8 All-Electric and CNG Transit Buses 100% of the incremental cost, up to \$385,000 per vehicle
Class 4-8 All-Electric School Buses 100% of the incremental cost, up to \$200,000 per vehicle
Class 4-8 CNG School Buses 90% of the incremental cost, up to \$60,000 per vehicle
Class 4-8 Propane School Buses 90% of the incremental cost, up to \$10,000
All Other Class 3-8 Trucks and Buses 80% of the incremental cost, up to \$150,000 per vehicle
:::

Eligible vehicles must be in operation 80% of the time and for a minimum
of five years. Additional terms and conditions apply. For information
about voucher availability and vehicle eligibility, see the NYSERDA [New
York Truck Voucher Incentive
Program](https://www.nyserda.ny.gov/All-Programs/Programs/Truck-Voucher-Program)
website.
2012-11-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse8State Incentives2019-12-19 17:12:29 UTCELEC|HEV|NG|OTHERRBATEFLEET|GOV
10513USAlternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax CreditFueling equipment for natural gas, propane, liquefied hydrogen,
electricity, E85, or diesel fuel blends containing a minimum of 20%
biodiesel installed through December 31, 2021, is eligible for a tax
credit of 30% of the cost, not to exceed \$30,000. Permitting and
inspection fees are not included in covered expenses. Fueling station
owners who install qualified equipment at multiple sites are allowed to
use the credit towards each location. Consumers who purchase qualified
residential fueling equipment prior to December 31, 2021, may receive a
tax credit of up to \$1,000. Unused credits that qualify as general
business tax credits, as defined by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS),
may be carried backward one year and carried forward 20 years. For more
information about claiming the credit, see IRS Form 8911, which is
available on the [IRS Forms and
Publications](http://apps.irs.gov/app/picklist/list/formsPublications.html)
website. (Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/116th-congress) 116-260,
[Public Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/116th-congress)
116-94, [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/115th-congress) 115-123,
[Public Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/114th-congress)
114-113, 26 [U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode)
30C and 38, and IRS Notice
[2007-43](https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-07-43.pdf))
2005-08-08 00:00:00 UTC2020-12-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse10IncentivesU.S. Internal Revenue Service2021-01-04 17:24:12 UTC2021-12-31 00:00:00 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGTAXSTATION|FLEEThttps://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-07-43.pdf|http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/|https://www.congress.gov/|https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/115th-congress|https://www.congress.gov/|https://www.congress.gov/
10538DELow Emission Vehicle (LEV) StandardsAll Model Year (MY) 2014 and later passenger cars and light- and
medium-duty vehicles must meet California motor vehicle emissions and
compliance requirements specified in Title 13 of the [California Code of
Regulations](http://www.oal.ca.gov/). Certain exceptions apply,
including the zero emission vehicle sales requirements. (Reference
[Delaware Administrative
Code](http://regulations.delaware.gov/AdminCode/) Title 7, Section 1140)
2005-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse40Laws and RegulationsEFFECAIRQEMISSIONSFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://regulations.delaware.gov/default.shtml
10554WAPlug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Regulation ExemptionAn entity that offers electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) to the
public for hire may not have their rates, services, facilities or
practices regulated by the Washington Utilities and Transportation
Commission (Commission). The exemption does not apply if the entity is
otherwise subject to Commission jurisdiction as an electrical company,
or if an entity\'s battery charging facilities and services are
subsidized by any regulated service. A utility may offer battery
charging facilities as a regulated service, subject to Commission
approval. (Reference [Revised Code of
Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 80.28.320)
2011-07-22 00:00:00 UTCfalse60State IncentivesELEC|PHEVEXEMUTILITYSTATION|AFP|FLEET|GOV|OTHERhttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
10612USAlternative Fuel and Advanced Vehicle Technology Research and Demonstration BondsQualified state, tribal, and local governments may issue Qualified
Energy Conservation Bonds subsidized by the U.S. Department of Treasury
at competitive rates to fund capital expenditures on qualified energy
conservation projects. Eligible activities include research and
demonstration projects related to cellulosic ethanol and other
non-fossil fuels, as well as advanced battery manufacturing
technologies. Government entities may choose to issue tax credit bonds
or direct payment bonds to subsidize the borrowing costs. For
information on eligibility, processes, and limitations, see IRS Notices
[2009-29](https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-09-29.pdf),
[2010-35](https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-10-35.pdf), and
[2012-44](https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-12-44.pdf) or contact local
issuing agencies. (Reference 26 [U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/)
54D)
2008-10-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse100IncentivesU.S. Internal Revenue ServiceBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGLOANSAFP|OTHERhttp://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/
10692WAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Signage and Parking RegulationsA public PEV charging station is defined as a public parking space that
is served by charging equipment. Public PEV charging stations must have
vertical signage that identifies the station and indicates that it is
only for PEV charging. The signage must be consistent with the U.S.
Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration\'s [Manual
on Uniform Traffic Control Devices](https://mutcd.fhwa.dot.gov/).

By 2023, all public PEV charging stations must also display all charges
and fees associated with operation. Any person who parks a vehicle in a
public PEV charging station parking space and does not connect to the
equipment is subject to a fine of \$124.

By 2023, the Department of Agriculture must adopt rules requiring
electric vehicle service providers (EVSP) to meet interoperability
standards and offer multiple payment methods at public PEV charging
stations. EVSPs must report inventory and payment information to the
National Renewable Energy Laboratory annually. EVSE installed before
January 1, 2024 are exempt from the rules until January 1, 2034.

(Reference [House Bill](https://leg.wa.gov/) 1287, 2021, [Senate
Bill](https://leg.wa.gov/) 5192, 2021, and [Revised Code of
Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/default.aspx) 46.08.185)
2013-04-23 00:00:00 UTCfalse80Laws and Regulations2021-06-14 17:52:42 UTCELEC|PHEVREGISSTATION|INDhttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/default.aspx|https://leg.wa.gov/|https://leg.wa.gov/
10712WVAlternative Fuels TaxAlternative fuels are subject to an excise tax at a rate of \$0.205 per
gasoline gallon equivalent, with a variable component equal to at least
5% of the average wholesale price of the fuel. (Reference [West Virginia
Code](http://www.legis.state.wv.us/WVCODE/Code.cfm) 11-14C-2, 11-14C-5,
11-14C-6a, 11-15A-13a, and 11-15-18b)
false35Laws and RegulationsBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGFUELSTATION|PURCH|FLEET|GOVhttp://www.legis.state.wv.us/WVCODE/Code.cfm
10741KYAlternative Fuel and Conversion DefinitionsClean transportation fuels include propane, compressed natural gas
(CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), electricity, and other
transportation fuels determined to be comparable with respect to
emissions. Propane is defined as a hydrocarbon mixture produced as a
by-product of natural gas processing and petroleum refining and
condensed into liquid form for sale or use as a motor fuel. CNG is
defined as pipeline-quality natural gas that is compressed and provided
for sale or use as a motor vehicle fuel. LNG is defined as
pipeline-quality natural gas treated to remove water, hydrogen sulfide,
carbon dioxide, and other components that will freeze and condense into
liquid form for sale or use as a motor vehicle fuel.

A bi-fuel system is defined as the power system for motor vehicles
powered by gasoline and either CNG or LNG. Bi-fuel systems are
considered clean fuel systems. Conversion is defined as repowering a
motor vehicle or special mobile equipment by replacing its original
gasoline or diesel powered engine with one capable of operating on clean
transportation fuel or retrofitting a motor vehicle or special mobile
equipment with parts that enable its original gasoline or diesel engine
to operate on clean transportation fuel.

(Reference [Kentucky Revised
Statutes](https://legislature.ky.gov/Law/Statutes/Pages/default.aspx)
186.750)
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10795INDiesel Vehicle Retrofit and Improvement GrantsThe Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) administers
the DieselWise Indiana grant programs to support projects that reduce
diesel emissions. The Clean Diesel Across Indiana program provides
grants ranging from \$50,000 to \$750,000 for projects throughout the
state. Eligible applicants include private and public entities that
operate equipment serving the public, including private bus fleets and
sanitation fleets. Eligible projects include replacing or converting a
diesel vehicle or vehicle component with one that operates on
alternative fuel, as well as installing exhaust retrofit technologies,
idle reduction technologies, aerodynamic technologies, and low rolling
resistance tires. For more information see the IDEM
[DieselWise](https://www.in.gov/idem/airquality/dieselwise/) website.
false15State Incentives2017-06-12 21:25:44 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HEV|HY|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
10856COElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Multi-Unit Dwelling Installations and AccessA residential tenant may install Level 1 or Level 2 EVSE at their own
expense on or in leased premises. The landlord may seek a fee or
reimbursement for the actual cost of electricity as well as the cost of
installation or upgrades to existing equipment. In addition, the tenant
may request that the EVSE be accessible by other tenants, in which case
the EVSE must be in compliance with all applicable requirements, and the
landlord may seek a fee to reserve a specific parking space. The
landlord may also require the tenant to comply with safety, system
registration, and aesthetic requirements or provisions.

Common interest communities must also provide residents with an
opportunity to charge plug-in electric vehicles and may not create
restrictions around EVSE. Common interest communities are encouraged to
allow EVSE and to apply for grants from the Electric Vehicle Grant Fund
or otherwise fund the installation of EVSE on common property as an
amenity for residents and guests.

(Reference [Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 38-12-601 and
38-33.3-106.8)
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10938INAlternative Fuel and Special Fuel DefinitionsThe definition of alternative fuel includes propane. Special fuel is
defined as all combustible gases and liquids that are suitable for
powering an internal combustion engine or motor or are used exclusively
for heating, industrial, or farm purposes. Special fuels include
biodiesel, blended biodiesel, and natural gas products, including
liquefied and compressed natural gas. (Reference [Indiana
Code](http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/) 6-6-2.5-1 and 6-6-2.5-22)
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11020ILHighway Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Installation AuthorizationThe Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) may install EVSE at
each interstate highway rest area where electrical service will
reasonably permit, if these installations and charging EVSE user fees
are allowed by federal regulations. IDOT may adopt specifications
detailing the type of EVSE and rules governing station siting, user
fees, and maintenance. (Reference 605 [Illinois Compiled
Statutes](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp) 5/4-223)
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11061NJFuel Inefficient Vehicle FeeNew passenger vehicles meeting one of the following criteria are subject
to an additional fee payable to the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission:

- A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) average fuel efficiency
economy rating of less than 19 miles per gallon (mpg); or
- A sales or lease price of \$45,000 or more, prior to any credit or
offset resulting from any rebate or trade-in.

The fee is 0.4% of the sales or lease price. A vehicle with a sale or
lease price greater than \$45,000 that has an EPA fuel economy rating of
40 mpg or more, or is a certified zero emission vehicle, is not subject
to the fee. The fee applies to new passenger vehicles purchased or
leased in or outside of New Jersey.

(Reference [New Jersey Statutes](http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/)
39:3-8.4)
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11065ORElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Policies for AssociationsThe owner of a lot in a planned community or unit in a condominium may
apply to install EVSE for their personal use in a parking space subject
to the exclusive use of the owner. The homeowners association (HOA) must
approve a complete application within 60 days. The owner is responsible
for all costs associated with the EVSE installation and use, must
disclose the existence of the EVSE and related responsibilities to a
prospective buyer, and must ensure that the infrastructure meets
insurance and safety requirements. EVSE installed under these
regulations on or before June 4, 2015, is considered to be the personal
property of the lot or unit owner with which the EVSE is associated,
unless the owner and HOA have negotiated a different outcome. Additional
requirements and restrictions apply. (Reference [Oregon Revised
Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/) 94.762 and 100.627)
2013-06-18 00:00:00 UTC2015-06-04 00:00:00 UTCfalse62Laws and Regulations2015-10-12 20:24:21 UTCELEC|PHEVRTCMUD|INDhttp://www.leg.state.or.us/ors/home.htm
11067CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Open Access RequirementsEVSE service providers may not charge a subscription fee or require
membership for use of their public charging stations. In addition,
providers must disclose the actual charges for using public EVSE at the
point of sale; allow at least two options for payment; install the Open
Charge Point interoperability billing standard on each EVSE; and
disclose the EVSE geographic location, schedule of fees, accepted
methods of payment, and network roaming charges to the National
Renewable Energy Laboratory. Exceptions apply. For more information, see
the California Air Resources Board [EVSE
Standards](https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/electric-vehicle-supply-equipment-evse-standards)
website. (Reference [California Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 44268 and
44268.2)
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11068CAMandatory Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Building StandardsThe California Building Standards Commission published mandatory
building standards requiring pre-wiring for EVSE installation in parking
spaces at one- and two-family dwellings with attached private garages,
multi-family dwellings, commercial facilities, and public buildings in
the California Green Building Standards Code within the California
Building Standards Code.

Minimum EVSE prewiring installation requirements are based on the number
of parking spaces, per parking facility, as follows:

Total Actual Parking Spaces Required EVSE Spaces
----------------------------- ----------------------------
0 to 9 0
10 to 25 1
26 to 50 2
51 to 75 4
76 to 100 5
101 to 151 7
151 to 200 10
201 and over 6% of total parking spaces

Public facilities must also install handicap-accessible EVSE when
installing new or additional EVSE. Minimum accessible EVSE installation
requirements, per parking facility, are as follows:

Total EVSE Van Accessible EVSE Standard Accessible EVSE Ambulatory Accessible EVSE
-------------- ------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------
1 to 4 1 0 0
5 to 25 1 1 0
26 to 50 1 1 1
51 to 75 1 2 2
76 to 100 1 3 3
101 and over 1, plus 1 for each 300, or fraction thereof, over 100 3, plus 1 for each 60, or fraction thereof, over 100 3, plus 1 for each 50, or fraction thereof, over 100

In cases in which EVSE can simultaneously charge more than one vehicle,
the number of EVSE provided shall be considered equivalent to the number
of electric vehicles that can be simultaneously charged.

For more information, including exemptions and additional regulations,
see the [California Building Codes Standards
Commission](http://www.bsc.ca.gov/Codes.aspx) website. (Reference
[California Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 18941.10,
[California Building Code](https://www.dgs.ca.gov/bsc) Chapter 2, and
[California Green Building
Standards](https://codes.iccsafe.org/content/CAGBSC2019/cover) Title 24,
Part 11)
2013-09-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse173Laws and Regulations2021-11-16 01:03:58 UTCELEC|PHEVBUILD|OTHERSTATION|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
11081CTZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportConnecticut joined California, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New
Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont in signing a
[memorandum of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the [Multi-State ZEV Task
Force](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
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11082MDZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportMaryland joined California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New
Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont in signing a
[memorandum of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the [Multi-State ZEV Task
Force](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
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11083MAZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportMassachusetts joined California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, New
Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont in signing a
[memorandum of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the [Multi-State ZEV Task
Force](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
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11084NYZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportNew York joined California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
New Jersey, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont in signing a [memorandum
of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the [Multi-State ZEV Task
Force](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
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11085ORZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportOregon joined California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont in signing a [memorandum
of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the [Multi-State ZEV Task
Force](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
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11086RIZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportRhode Island joined California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and Vermont in signing a
[memorandum of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the [Multi-State ZEV Task
Force](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
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11087VTZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportVermont joined California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and Rhode Island in signing a [memorandum
of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the
[ZEVs](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
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11101NHState Energy Strategy DevelopmentThe New Hampshire Office of Energy Planning (Office), in consultation
with the New Hampshire Energy Advisory Council, prepared a 10-year
energy strategy for the state that addresses the impact of
transportation policies and programs on electricity energy needs in the
state in 2018. Strategy recommendations include enabling and encouraging
adoption of plug-in electric vehicles and reducing unnecessary idling.
The Office will review and update the strategy triennially. For more
information, including the final strategy, visit the [Energy Strategy
Revision](https://www.nh.gov/osi/energy/programs/energy-strategy-revision.htm)
website. (Reference [New Hampshire Revised
Statutes](http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html)
4:E1)
2013-06-26 00:00:00 UTCfalse70Laws and Regulations2014-09-08 13:54:38 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HY|IR|NG|NEVS|PHEV|LPGCCEINITOTHERhttp://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html
11180NYAlternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax CreditAn income tax credit is available for 50% of the cost of alternative
fueling infrastructure, up to \$5,000. Qualifying infrastructure
includes electric vehicle supply equipment and equipment to dispense
fuel that is 85% or more natural gas, propane, or hydrogen. Unused
credits may be carried over into future tax years. For additional
information, including how to claim the credit, please see the New York
State [Department of Taxation and
Finance](http://www.tax.ny.gov/pit/credits/alt_fuels_elec_vehicles.htm)
website. (Reference [New York Tax
Law](http://public.leginfo.state.ny.us/lawssrch.cgi?NVLWO:) 187-b)
2013-03-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse13State Incentives2023-01-01 00:00:00 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEVTAXSTATION|FLEEThttp://assembly.state.ny.us/|http://www.nysenate.gov/|http://public.leginfo.state.ny.us/menugetf.cgi?COMMONQUERY=LAWS
11265NCElectric Vehicle (EV) Annual FeeThe owner of an EV that is exclusively powered by electricity must pay a
fee of \$130 in addition to any other required registration fees at the
time of initial registration and annual registration renewal. (Reference
[North Carolina General
Statutes](http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp) 20-87)
2013-07-26 00:00:00 UTC2015-09-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse60Laws and Regulations2016-09-13 00:52:54 UTCELECFUELFLEET|INDhttp://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/Statutes/Statutes.asp|http://www.ncleg.net/
11345MAPlug-In and Zero Emission Vehicle RebatesMassachusetts Department of Energy Resources\' Massachusetts Offers
Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) Program offers residents,
non-profits, and businesses rebates of up to \$2,500 toward the purchase
or lease of eligible all-electric and fuel cell electric vehicles and up
to \$1,500 for the purchase or lease of eligible plug-in hybrid electric
vehicles. Eligible non-profit and business fleet vehicles may include
rental cars, company cars, and delivery vehicles. Vehicle purchase
prices must be below \$50,000. Applicants must apply within three months
of the vehicle purchase or lease date and must retain ownership of the
vehicle for a minimum of 36 months. For more information, including
application and eligibility requirements, visit the
[MOR-EV](https://mor-ev.org/) website.
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11382USQualified Two-Wheeled Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Tax CreditA credit is available for the purchase of a new qualified two-wheeled
plug-in electric drive vehicle that draws propulsion using a traction
battery that has at least 2.5 kilowatt hours (kWh) of capacity, uses an
external source of energy to recharge the battery, has a gross vehicle
weight rating of up to 14,000 pounds, is manufactured primarily for use
on public roadways, and can drive at least 45 miles per hour. The credit
is for 10% of the cost of the qualified vehicle, up to \$2,500. For more
information about claiming the credit, see the Internal Revenue Service
(IRS) [Plug-In Electric Vehicle
Credit](https://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Plug-In-Electric-Vehicle-Credit-IRC-30-and-IRC-30D)
website and IRS Form 8936, which is available on the [IRS Forms and
Publications](http://apps.irs.gov/app/picklist/list/formsPublications.html)
website. (Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/116th-congress) 116-260,
[Public Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/116th-congress)
116-94, [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/115th-congress) 115-123,
[Public Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/114th-congress)
114-113, and 26 [U.S.
Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode) 30D)
2013-01-02 00:00:00 UTC2020-12-27 00:00:00 UTCfalseIncentivesU.S. Internal Revenue Service2021-01-04 17:26:43 UTC2022-01-01 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVTAXFLEET|INDhttp://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/|www.congress.gov|https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/115th-congress|https://www.congress.gov/|https://www.congress.gov/
11423MDElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate ProgramThe Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) offers a rebate to individuals,
businesses, or state or local government entities for the costs of
acquiring and installing qualified EVSE. Between July 1, 2021, and June
30, 2022, the rebate may cover 40% of the costs of acquiring and
installing qualified EVSE, or up to the following amounts:

::: {align="center"}
Qualified Entity Amount per EVSE
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------
Residential \$700
Businesses, Nonprofits, Workplaces, Multi-Unit Dwellings, and State or Local Government Entities \$4,000
:::

Applicants must demonstrate compliance with state, local, and/or federal
law that applies to the installation or operation of qualified EVSE.
Other requirements may apply. MEA may award up to \$1,800,000 total.
Each entity that applies for a commercial rebate may receive up to 18%
of the total program budget per fiscal year. Rebates will be awarded on
a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, see MEA\'s [EVSE
Rebate
Program](http://energy.maryland.gov/transportation/Pages/incentives_evserebate.aspx)
website.

(Reference [Maryland
Statutes](http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/frm1st.aspx?tab=home),
Business Regulation Code 10-101, and State Government Code 9-2009)
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11480IAAlternative Fuel TaxAlternative fuels used as vehicle fuel are taxed as follows:

- Compressed natural gas is subject to the state fuel excise tax of
\$0.31 per gasoline gallon equivalent, measured at 5.66 pounds
(lbs.) or 126.67 cubic feet at a base temperature of 60 degrees
Fahrenheit and a pressure of 14.73 lbs. per square inch;
- Liquefied natural gas is subject to the excise tax of \$0.325 per
diesel gallon equivalent (DGE), measured at 6.06 lbs.;
- Propane is subject to the excise tax of \$0.30 per gallon;
- E85 is subject to the excise tax of \$0.290 per gallon;
- Hydrogen is subject to the excise tax of \$0.65 per DGE, measured at
2.49 lbs.; and
- Electricity is subject to the excise tax of \$0.026 per
kilowatt-hour of fuel delivered or placed into a battery or other
energy storage device of an electric motor vehicle at any location
in Iowa other than a residence.

(Reference [Iowa Code](https://www.legis.iowa.gov/index.aspx) 452A.2,
452A.3, and 452A.86)
2014-03-26 00:00:00 UTC2019-05-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse97Laws and Regulations2019-07-09 17:56:53 UTCETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGFUELSTATION|PURCH|FLEET|INDhttps://www.legis.iowa.gov/index.aspx|https://www.legis.iowa.gov/index.aspx|https://www.legis.iowa.gov/index.aspx
11484CAZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportCalifornia joined Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New
Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont in signing a
[memorandum of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/%20)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the [Multi-State ZEV Task
Force](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
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11486COPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) FeePEV owners must pay an annual fee of \$50, in addition to other
registration fees, for a PEV decal. For registration periods beginning
during Fiscal Year 2022 and every subsequent year, the Colorado
Department of Revenue is authorized to adjust the registration fee for
inflation. Additionally, beginning in FY 2022, the state may collect a
PEV road usage equalization fee at the time of registration.
Registration fees for each fiscal year are as follows:

::: {align="center"}
Fiscal Year All-Electric Vehicle Fee Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle Fee
------------- -------------------------- -------------------------------------
2022-2023 \$4 \$3
2023-2024 \$8 \$5
2024-2025 \$12 \$8
2025-2026 \$16 \$11
2026-2027 \$26 \$13
2027-2028 \$36 \$16
2028-2029 \$51 \$19
2029-2030 \$66 \$21
2030-2031 \$81 \$24
2031-2032 \$96 \$27
:::

(Reference [Senate Bill](https://leg.colorado.gov/bills) 260, 2021 [and
Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 42-3-304)
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11487RIElectric Drive Vehicle License PlatesThe Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) may issue special
vehicle license plates to owners of electric drive vehicles, including
those powered in whole or in part by a storage battery. Eligible
vehicles include hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid electric, and
all-electric vehicles registered as electric drive vehicles in the
state. For more information, including license plate fee, see the Rhode
Island DMV [Other
Plates](https://dmv.ri.gov/registrations-plates-titles/license-plates/other-plates)
website. (Reference [Rhode Island General
Laws](http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/) 31-3-101)
2014-07-02 00:00:00 UTCfalse17Laws and Regulations2014-07-10 19:58:51 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVREGISFLEET|INDhttp://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/
11488COAlternative Fuel Vehicles and Infrastructure Grant ProgramThe Colorado Energy Office (CEO), the Regional Air Quality Council
(RAQC), and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), have
partnered to provide grants through the ALT Fuels Colorado program for
new electric vehicles and compressed natural vehicles fueled exclusively
by 100% renewable natural gas. Additional funding may be available for
electric vehicle supply equipment. CEO will administer the station
grants to advance infrastructure development along major state-wide
transportation corridors. RAQC will administer the vehicle grants for
fleets operating within counties with air quality nonattainment and
maintenance areas. For more information, including application deadlines
and annual award amounts, see the [Clean Air Fleets ALT Fuels
Colorado](http://cleanairfleets.org/programs/alt-fuels-colorado)
website.
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11493DCAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Conversion and Infrastructure Tax CreditBusinesses and individuals are eligible for an income tax credit of 50%
of the equipment and labor costs for the conversion of qualified AFVs,
up to \$19,000 per vehicle. A tax credit is also available for 50% of
the equipment and labor costs for the purchase and installation of
alternative fuel infrastructure on qualified AFV fueling property. The
maximum credit is \$1,000 per residential electric vehicle charging
station, and \$10,000 per publicly accessible AFV fueling station.
Qualified alternative fuels include, ethanol blends of at least 85%,
natural gas, propane, biodiesel, electricity, and hydrogen. For more
information, see the [Office of Tax and
Revenue](https://otr.cfo.dc.gov/publication/alternative-fuel-vehicle-infrastructure-and-conversion-credits-faqs)
website. (Reference [District of Columbia
Code](https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/) 47-1806.12 through
47-1806.13, 47-1807.10 through 47-1807.11, and 47-1808.10 through
47-1808.11)
2014-06-24 00:00:00 UTCfalse2State Incentives2014-07-22 14:48:14 UTC2026-12-31 00:00:00 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGTAXSTATION|FLEET|INDhttps://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/dccode/
11499TXClean School Bus GrantsAny public school district or charter school may receive a grant through
the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to pay for the
incremental costs to replace school buses or install diesel oxidation
catalysts, diesel particulate filters, emission-reducing add-on
equipment, and other emissions reduction technologies in qualified
school buses. For more information, see the TCEQ [Texas Emissions
Reduction Plan](https://www.tceq.texas.gov/airquality/terp/programs)
website. (Reference [Texas
Statutes](http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/), Health and Safety
Code 390, and [Texas Administrative
Code](http://www.sos.state.tx.us/tac/index.shtml) 114.640-114.648)
2017-06-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse53State Incentives2017-08-10 20:32:54 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HY|NG|OTHER|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOVhttp://www.sos.state.tx.us/tac/index.shtml/|http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/BillLookup/BillNumber.aspx|http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/
11517SCAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Revolving Loan Program for Public EntitiesThe South Carolina Energy Office (SCEO) provides low interest loans for
a variety of energy efficiency improvements, including AFV conversions
and the incremental costs of a new AFV, with qualified project payback
periods. Eligible recipients include state agencies, local governments,
public colleges and universities, school districts, and private
non-profit organizations. Private non-profit organizations and local
government entities may recieve loans of up to 100% of eligible project
costs ranging from \$25,000 to \$500,000 per state fiscal year. State
agencies and public educational institutions, may rcieve loans of up to
70% of each project\'s funding as a loan and entities may also be
eligible for ConserFund Plus grant of up to 30% project cost. For more
information, see the
[ConserFund](http://www.energy.sc.gov/incentives/conserfund) website.
(Reference [South Carolina Code of
Laws](http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/statmast.php) 48-52-650)
1992-07-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse57State Incentives2016-08-09 17:48:52 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGLOANSFLEET|GOVhttp://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/statmast.php
11518SCAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Revolving Loan Program for Private EntitiesThe South Carolina Business Development Corporation provides low
interest loans for a variety of energy efficiency improvements,
including AFV conversions and incremental costs, with qualified project
payback periods. Eligible recipients include businesses, industries,
utilities, and non-profit organizations. Government entities may be
eligible under special conditions. The loan may cover up to 100% of the
project costs ranging from \$50,000 to \$1 million. Repayment terms
vary. For more information, including application deadlines, see the
[Energy Efficiency Revolving
Loan](http://www.businessdevelopment.org/eerl.html) website. (Reference
[South Carolina Code of
Laws](http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/statmast.php) 48-52-650)
1992-07-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse58State Incentives2017-08-09 12:45:20 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGLOANSFLEET|GOVhttp://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/statmast.php
11521SCPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Cost RecoveryA public electric utility may seek recovery of the costs associated with
programs and resources related to distributed energy resources and load
management technologies, including PEV charging, as part of a rate case
filing through the South Carolina Public Service Commission. (Reference
[South Carolina Code of
Laws](http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/statmast.php) 58-39-120 and
58-39-130)
2014-06-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse62Laws and Regulations2014-09-17 17:15:56 UTCELEC|PHEVREGISOTHERhttp://www.scstatehouse.gov/index.php|http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/statmast.php
11522MNPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - Connexus EnergyConnexus Energy offers residential customers with PEVs a TOU rate. A
separate meter is required. For more information, see the Connexus
Energy [Electric
Vehicle](https://www.connexusenergy.com/save-money-and-energy/programs-rebates/electric-vehicles)
website.
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11528CAEstablishment of a Zero Emission Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicle ProgramThe California Clean Truck, Bus, and Off-Road Vehicle and Equipment
Technology Program (Program) will provide funding for development,
demonstration, pre-commercial pilot, and early commercial implementation
projects for zero and near-zero emission trucks, buses, and off-road
vehicles and equipment. Eligible projects include, but are not limited
to, the following:

- Technology development, demonstration, pre-commercial pilots, and
early commercial implementation projects for zero and near-zero
emission truck technology;
- Zero and near-zero emission bus technology development,
demonstration, pre-commercial pilots, and early commercial
deployments, including pilots of multiple vehicles at one site or
region;
- Purchase incentives for commercially available zero and near-zero
emission truck, bus, and off-road vehicle and equipment technologies
and fueling infrastructure; and
- Projects that support greater commercial motor vehicle and equipment
freight efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions reductions,
including autonomous vehicles, grid integration technology, and
charge management solutions.

Remanufactured and retrofitted vehicles meeting warranty and emissions
requirements may also qualify for funding. At least 20% of allocated
funds must go towards early commercial deployment of eligible vehicles
and equipment. The California Air Resources Board and the State Energy
Resources Conservation and Development Commission will develop and
administer the Program.

(Reference [California Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 39719.2)
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11529CAZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) InitiativeThe California Air Resources Board\'s (CARB) Charge Ahead California
Initiative was established to help place into service at least 1 million
ZEVs and near-zero emission vehicles in California by January 1, 2023.
In consultation with the State Energy Resources Conservation and
Development Commission, CARB prepared a [funding
plan](https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/sites/default/files/2019-09/fy1920fundingplan.pdf)
that includes a market and technology assessment, assessments of
existing zero and near-zero emission funding programs, and programs that
increase access to disadvantaged, low-income, and moderate-income
communities and consumers. Potential programs under the initiative
include those involving innovative financing, car sharing, charging
infrastructure in multi-unit dwellings located in disadvantaged
communities, public transit, and agricultural vanpool programs. The
funding plan must be updated at least every three years through January
1, 2023. (Reference [California Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 44258.4)
2014-09-21 00:00:00 UTC2018-09-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse168Laws and Regulations2018-11-13 17:29:47 UTCELEC|HY|OTHER|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONSOTHER|TRANShttp://www.oal.ca.gov/|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml
11530CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Policies for Residential and Commercial RentersThe lessor of a dwelling or commercial property must approve written
requests from a lessee to install EVSE at a parking space allotted for
the lessee on qualified properties. Certain exclusions apply to
residential dwellings and commercial properties. All modifications and
improvements must comply with federal, state, and local laws and all
applicable zoning and land use requirements, covenants, conditions, and
restrictions. The lessee of the parking space equipped with EVSE is
responsible for the cost of the installation, maintenance, repair,
removal, or replacement of the equipment, electricity consumption, as
well as any resulting damage to the EVSE or surrounding area. Unless the
EVSE is certified by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory and
electrical upgrades are performed by a licensed electrician, the lessee
must also maintain a personal liability coverage policy in an amount of
up to 10 times the annual rent of the dwelling. (Reference [California
Civil Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 1947.6,
1952.7, and 6713)
2014-09-21 00:00:00 UTCfalse168Laws and Regulations2019-11-11 21:33:12 UTCELEC|PHEVRTCSTATION|OTHERhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/|http://www.oal.ca.gov/
11549PANeighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) DefinitionA NEV is defined as a four-wheeled electric vehicle that has a maximum
speed greater than 20 miles per hour (mph) but not more than 25 mph. All
vehicles must comply with the safety standards established in Title 49
of the [U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section
571.500. Drivers must maintain a defined level of insurance coverage for
all registered vehicles. (Reference Title 75 [Pennsylvania
Statutes](http://government.westlaw.com/linkedslice/default.asp?SP=pac-1000)
Part I, Chapter 1, Section 102 and Part II, Chapter 17, Subchapter H,
Section 1788)
2014-10-22 00:00:00 UTCfalse75Laws and Regulations2014-11-06 17:48:13 UTCELECDRESTINDhttp://www.legis.state.pa.us/|http://government.westlaw.com/linkedslice/default.asp?SP=pac-1000
11552USLow and Zero Emission Public Transportation Research, Demonstration, and Deployment FundingFinancial assistance is available to local, state, and federal
government entities; public transportation providers; private and
non-profit organizations; and higher education institutions for
research, demonstration, and deployment projects involving low or zero
emission public transportation vehicles. Funding opportunities include
the [Public Transportation Innovation
Program](https://www.transit.dot.gov/funding/grants/public-transportation-innovation-5312)
and the [Low or No Emission (Low-No) Vehicle
Program](https://www.transit.dot.gov/lowno). Eligible vehicles must be
designated for public transportation use and significantly reduce energy
consumption or harmful emissions compared to a comparable standard or
low emission vehicle.

Applicants must submit a zero-emission vehicle fleet transition plan to
the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration
that includes a utility partnership description and workforce
development training. Funding is available through fiscal year 2026. For
more information, see the [FAST Act Section
5312](https://www.transit.dot.gov/sites/fta.dot.gov/files/docs/5312_Public_Transportation_Innovation_(Research)_Fact_Sheet.pdf)
fact sheet and the
[MAP-21](https://www.transit.dot.gov/regulations-and-guidance/legislation/map-21/map-21)
website. (Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/117th-congress) 117-58,
[Public Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/113th-congress)
113-159, [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/114th-congress) 114-94, 49
[U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 5312, and 49 [U.S.
Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 5339)
2012-07-06 00:00:00 UTC2021-11-15 00:00:00 UTCtrueIncentivesU.S. Department of Transportation2022-03-10 18:18:08 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|NEVS|PHEV|LPGGNT|OTHERSTATION|FLEET|GOV|TRANShttp://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/|https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/114th-congress|http://thomas.loc.gov/home/LegislativeData.php?&n=PublicLaws&c=113|https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/117th-congress
11557CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Electricity ExemptionElectricity used to charge PEVs at a state-owned parking facility is
exempt from California law prohibiting gifting public money or items of
value. (Reference [California Government
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 14678)
2014-08-19 00:00:00 UTCfalse186Laws and Regulations2014-12-18 21:34:56 UTCELEC|PHEVREQSTATION|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
11558CAResidential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Financing ProgramProperty Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Loss Reserve Program financing
allows property owners to borrow funds to pay for energy improvements,
including purchasing and installing EVSE. The borrower repays the
financing over a defined period of time through a special assessment on
the property. Local governments in California are authorized to
establish PACE programs. Property owners must agree to a contractual
assessment on the property tax bill, have a clean property title, and be
current on property taxes and mortgages. Financing limits are 15% of the
first \$700,000 of the property value and 10% of the remaining property
value. For more information, see the California Alternative Energy and
Advanced Transportation Financing Authority [PACE Loss Reserve
Program](https://www.treasurer.ca.gov/caeatfa/pace/index.asp) website.
(Reference [California Public Resources
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 26050-26082)
2014-09-26 00:00:00 UTCfalse63State Incentives2014-12-19 00:03:34 UTCELEC|PHEVLOANSSTATION|FLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
11561CTReduced Registration Fee for Electric Vehicles (EVs)EVs are eligible for a reduced biennial vehicle registration fee of
\$57. For more information, refer to the Connecticut Department of Motor
Vehicles [Vehicle Registration
Fees](http://www.ct.gov/dmv/cwp/view.asp?a=802&q=244546) website.
(Reference [Connecticut General Statutes](http://www.cga.ct.gov/)
14-49(f))
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11562MAWorkplace and Fleet Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) GrantsThe Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) provides
grants for 60% of the cost of Level 1 or Level 2 EVSE, up to \$50,000
per street address. Eligible entities include private, public, or
non-profit workplaces and fleets with 15 or more employees on site. The
program is funded by Massachusetts' portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until
funds are exhausted. For more information, including funding
availability, application, and eligibility requirements, visit the
[Apply for MassEVIP Workplace and Fleet Charging
Incentives](https://www.mass.gov/how-to/apply-for-massevip-workplace-charging-incentives)
website.
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11564MAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Grants for Public FleetsThe Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) provides
grants for the purchase or lease of qualified PEVs and zero emission
motorcycles. Eligible applicants include local governments, public
universities and colleges, and state agencies. Vehicle incentives are
available in the following amounts:

Vehicle Type Incentive for Purchase Incentive for Lease
---------------------------------------- ------------------------ ---------------------
All-electric vehicle (EV) Up to \$7,500 Up to \$5,000
Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) Up to \$5,000 Up to \$3,000
Zero emission motorcycle Up to \$750 N/A

Applicants may receive funding for a maximum of 25 vehicles, including
EVs, PHEVs, and zero emission motorcycles.

Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until
funds are exhausted. For more information, including funding
availability, application, and eligibility requirements, visit the
[Apply for MassEVIP Fleet
Incentives](https://www.mass.gov/how-to/apply-for-massevip-fleets-incentives)
website.
false9State Incentives2019-02-11 16:24:28 UTCELEC|PHEVGNTSTATION|GOV|IND|TRANS
11565COElectric Vehicle (EV) and Infrastructure Coaching ServiceThe Colorado Energy Office\'s ReCharge Colorado program (ReCharge) works
to advance the adoption of EVs and installation of charging
infrastructure in Colorado. ReCharge provides coaching services to
consumers, local governments, workplaces, and multi-unit dwellings to
help them identify monetary savings, grant opportunities, and other EV
benefits. ReCharge also helps build local stakeholder support for EVs.
For more information, see the [ReCharge
Colorado](https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/energyoffice/recharge-colorado)
website.
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11566NYClean Truck Replacement ProgramThe Port Authority of New York & New Jersey's Truck Replacement Program
(Program) provides funding for up to 50% of the cost to replace a
heavily emitting truck or up to \$25,000, whichever is less. Eligible
recipients include independent owner operators and licensed motor
carriers servicing the port with drayage trucks equipped with Model Year
1998 to 2006 engines. Funding is limited to two replacement trucks per
eligible applicant. Additional rules and conditions apply. For more
information, see the
[Program](https://www.panynj.gov/port/en/our-port/sustainability/truck-replacement-program.html)
website.
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11567NYClean Truck Port RequirementsPort drayage trucks must meet or exceed Model Year 2010 engine federal
emissions standards to access the Port Authority of New York & New
Jersey (PANYNJ) marine terminals. Drayage trucks operating on liquefied
or compressed natural gas, electricity, or hybrid electric technology
are exempt from these requirements. For purposes of this rule, drayage
trucks are defined as on-road vehicles with a gross vehicle weight
rating of 33,001 pounds or greater and intended to load, unload, or
transport cargo from PANYNJ terminals. Additional rules apply. For more
information, see the PANYNJ [Truck Replacement
Program](https://www.panynj.gov/port/en/our-port/sustainability/truck-replacement-program.html)
website.
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11568NJClean Truck Replacement ProgramThe Port Authority of New York & New Jersey's Truck Replacement Program
(Program) provides funding for up to 50% of the cost to replace a
heavily emitting truck or up to \$25,000, whichever is less. Eligible
recipients include independent owner operators and licensed motor
carriers servicing the port with drayage trucks equipped with Model Year
1996 to 2003 engines. Funding is limited to two replacement trucks per
eligible applicant. Additional rules and conditions apply. For more
information, see the
[Program](https://www.panynj.gov/port/en/our-port/sustainability/truck-replacement-program.html)
website.
false11State Incentives2015-11-13 16:59:24 UTCEFFEC|OTHERLOANSFLEET|GOV|IND
11569NJClean Truck Port RequirementsPort drayage trucks must meet or exceed Model Year 2010 engine federal
emissions standards to access the Port Authority of New York & New
Jersey (PANYNJ) marine terminals. Drayage trucks operating on liquefied
or compressed natural gas, electricity, or hybrid electric technology
are exempt from these requirements. For purposes of this rule, drayage
trucks are defined as on-road vehicles with a gross vehicle weight
rating of 33,001 pounds or greater and intended to load, unload, or
transport cargo from PANYNJ terminals. Additional rules apply. For more
information, see the
[PANYNJ](https://www.panynj.gov/port-authority/en/index.html) website.
false50Laws and Regulations2017-12-12 22:15:23 UTCELEC|EFFEC|HEV|NG|OTHER|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONS|DRESTFLEET|GOV|IND
11572RIElectric Vehicle Emissions Inspection ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by electricity are exempt from state
emissions control inspections. For more information, see the [Rhode
Island Emissions and Safety Testing
Program](https://www.riinspection.org/) website. (Reference [Rhode
Island General Laws](http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/)
31-47.1-5)
1993-08-26 00:00:00 UTCfalse7State IncentivesELECEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes
11573OHAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Emissions Inspection ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by electricity, propane, or natural gas are
exempt from state motor vehicle emissions inspections after a one-time
verification inspection. For more information, see the Ohio
Environmental Protection Agency [E-Check](http://www.ohioecheck.info/)
website. (Reference [Ohio Administrative
Code](https://epa.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/epa/divisions-and-offices/air-pollution-control/e-check/waivers-extensions-and-exemptions)
3745-26-1 and 3745-26-12)
1996-08-15 00:00:00 UTCfalse32State IncentivesELEC|NG|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.epa.ohio.gov/dapc/mobile.aspx
11582COElectric Vehicle Emissions Inspection ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by electricity are exempt from state motor
vehicle emissions inspections. For more information, see the [Air Care
Colorado](http://aircarecolorado.com/) website. (Reference 1 [Code of
Colorado Regulations](http://www.sos.state.co.us/CCR/Welcome.do) 204-11
Rule 2)
2012-01-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse33State IncentivesELECEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.sos.state.co.us/CCR/Welcome.do
11583CTElectric Vehicle Emissions Inspection ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by electricity are exempt from state motor
vehicle emissions inspections. For more information, see the
[Connecticut Emissions Program](http://ctemissions.com/) website.
(Reference [Connecticut General Statutes](http://www.cga.ct.gov/)
14-164c)
1993-07-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse25State IncentivesELECEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.cga.ct.gov/
11584ILBattery Electric Vehicle (BEV) Emissions Inspection ExemptionBEVs are exempt from state motor vehicle emissions inspections. For more
information, see the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency\'s
[Vehicle Emissions Testing Program](https://illinoisairteam.net/)
website. (Reference 625 [Illinois Compiled
Statutes](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp) 5/13C)
2012-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse42State IncentivesELECEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp
11585MAElectric Vehicle Emissions Inspection ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by electricity are exempt from state motor
vehicle emissions inspections. For more information, see the
[Massachusetts Vehicle Check](https://www.mavehiclecheck.com/) website.
(Reference [Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Laws
and Rules](https://www.mass.gov/massdep-laws-rules) 310 CMR 60.02)
1999-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse16State IncentivesELECEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/massdep/air/regulations
11586NYElectric Vehicle Emissions Inspection ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by electricity are exempt from state motor
vehicle emissions inspections. For more information, see the [New York
Vehicle Inspection Program
(NYVIP2)](https://dmv.ny.gov/inspection/new-york-vehicle-inspection-program-nyvip)
website. (Reference [New York State Department of Environmental
Conservation
Regulations](http://www.dec.ny.gov/regulations/regulations.html) Chapter
III, Part 217-6)
2011-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse44State IncentivesELECEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.dec.ny.gov/regulations/regulations.html
11593WYPlug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Decal FeeOwners of PEVs must pay an annual decal fee of \$200. Multipurpose
vehicles and motorcycles are exempt. Multipurpose vehicles are defined
as having at least four wheels, an unladen weight of at least 300 pounds
(lbs.) but less than 3,000 lbs., a permanent upright seat or saddle for
the driver which is mounted at least 24 inches from the ground, and an
identifying number (Reference [House
Bill](https://wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2021) 0144, 2021, and [Wyoming
Statutes](http://legisweb.state.wy.us/LSOWEB/LegInfo.aspx) 31-3-102
(a)(xxiii), 31-1-101(a)(xv)(M), and 39-17-301 (a))
2015-02-25 00:00:00 UTC2016-03-02 00:00:00 UTCfalse11Laws and Regulations2019-03-06 19:52:41 UTCELEC|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttp://legisweb.state.wy.us/LSOWEB/Default.aspx|https://www.wyoleg.gov/|http://legisweb.state.wy.us/statutes/statutes.aspx
11594WYAlternative Fuel Tax RateA license tax of \$0.24 per gasoline gallon equivalent (GGE) or diesel
gallon equivalent (DGE) is collected on all alternative fuel used, sold,
or distributed for sale or use in Wyoming. Alternative fuels include
compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), propane,
electricity, and renewable diesel. For taxation purposes, one GGE of CNG
is equal to 5.66 pounds (lbs.), one DGE of LNG is equal to 6.06 lbs.,
one GGE of propane is equal to 1.35 gallons, and one GGE of electricity
is equal to 33.56 kilowatt-hours. For more information, refer to the
[Wyoming Department of Transportation Tax
Rates](http://www.dot.state.wy.us/home/business_with_wydot/fuel_tax/tax_rates.html)
website. (Reference [Wyoming
Statutes](http://legisweb.state.wy.us/LSOWEB/LegInfo.aspx) 39-17-104,
39-17-204, 39-17-301. 39-17-303, and 39-17-304)
2015-02-25 00:00:00 UTCfalse13Laws and Regulations2015-04-15 18:00:17 UTCETH|ELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGFUELSTATION|PURCH|FLEET|INDhttp://legisweb.state.wy.us/statutes/statutes.aspx
11602GAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Annual FeeAll-electric, natural gas, and propane vehicles are subject to an annual
licensing fee of \$320.65 for commercial vehicles and \$213.70 for
non-commercial vehicles. These fees apply to plug-in hybrid electric
vehicles and flexible fuel vehicles only if they have an AFV license
plate.

AFV license plates are subject to a one-time manufacturing fee of \$25,
an annual \$20 registration fee, and a \$35 special tag fee. Electric,
natural gas, propane, bi-fuel, and dual-fuel vehicles are eligible for
an AFV license plate.

For more information, see the [Georgia Department of Revenue Motor
Vehicle Policy
Bulletin](https://dor.georgia.gov/alternative-fuel-vehicles-annual-licensing-fees-policy-bulletin)
and the [Annual AFV
Fee](https://dor.georgia.gov/annual-alternative-fuel-vehicle-fees-faq)
website. (Reference [Georgia Code](https://law.justia.com/georgia/)
40-2-86.1 and 40-2-151)
2015-05-04 00:00:00 UTCfalse65Laws and Regulations2019-12-20 22:32:52 UTCELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGFUELFLEET|INDhttp://www.legis.state.ga.us/|http://www.legis.ga.gov/en-US/default.aspx
11607IDPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) FeeIn addition to standard registration fees, all-electric vehicle owners
must pay an annual fee of \$140 and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle
owners must pay an annual fee of \$75. Neighborhood electric vehicles
are exempt from the fee. (Reference [Idaho
Statutes](https://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/) 49-457)
2015-04-21 00:00:00 UTC2017-02-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse47Laws and Regulations2017-04-10 15:16:06 UTCELEC|HEV|NEVS|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttps://legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/
11608NYResidential Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time of Use (TOU) Rate - ConEdisonConEdison offers a TOU rate to residential customers that own or lease
an eligible PEV. For more information, including how to enroll, see the
[Electric Vehicles
Rates](https://www.coned.com/en/our-energy-future/technology-innovation/electric-vehicles/electric-vehicle-drivers/electric-vehicles-and-your-bill)
website.
false74Utility/Private Incentives2015-06-12 20:05:50 UTCELEC|PHEVEXEM|OTHERSTATION|IND
11609CTHydrogen and Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) RebateThe Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate Program
(CHEAPR) offers rebates for the incremental cost of the purchase or
lease of a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), all-electric
vehicle (EV), or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV).

CHEAPR offers rebates of up to \$9,500 for the purchase or lease a new
eligible FCEV, EV, or PHEV. The manufacturer suggested retail price for
new eligible vehicles may not exceed \$60,000 for FCEV models and
\$42,000 for EV and PHEV models.

CHEAPR offers an additional rebate, Rebate Plus, for all applicants that
participate in a [state or federal income qualified
program](https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/DEEP/air/mobile/CHEAPR/CHEAPR---Rebate-Plus---Qualifying-State-and-Federal-Programs.pdf).
Connecticut residents that participate in certain income qualified
programs are also eligible to receive a rebate for the purchase or lease
of a [used eligible
vehicle](https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Air/Mobile-Sources/CHEAPR/CHEAPR---Used-Eligible-Vehicles).

Rebates are offered in the following amounts:

Vehicle Type CHEAPR Standard Rebate Plus - New Vehicle Rebate Plus - Used Vehicle
-------------- ----------------- --------------------------- ----------------------------
PHEV \$750 \$1,500 \$1,125
EV \$2,250 \$2,000 \$3,000
FCEV \$7,500 \$2,000 \$7,500

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more
information, see the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental
Protection
[CHEAPR](https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Air/Mobile-Sources/CHEAPR/CHEAPR---Home)
website.

(Reference [House Bill](https://www.cga.ct.gov/) 7424, 2019)
2019-06-26 00:00:00 UTCfalse21State Incentives2021-07-27 00:15:37 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVRBATEFLEET|INDhttps://www.cga.ct.gov/
11613CAVoluntary Vehicle Retirement Incentives - San Joaquin Valley and South CoastThe San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD) and the
South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) administer Enhanced
Fleet Modernization Program (EFMP) Pilot Retire and Replace programs,
providing incentives to replace a vehicle eligible for retirement with a
more fuel-efficient vehicle. Used vehicles must be no more than eight
years old and applicants must live in the San Joaquin Valley or South
Coast air basins. Eligible replacement vehicles must meet a minimum fuel
economy average by model year or average at least 35 miles per gallon
(mpg). Alternative fuel vehicles are also eligible, including plug-in
hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and battery-electric vehicles (EVs).
Funding for alternative transportation mobility options, such as public
transportation or car sharing, is also available in lieu of purchasing
another vehicle. The incentive amounts vary by income level as compared
to the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) and replacement vehicle type. All
eligible applicants must have a household income that is at or below
400% of the FPL.

::: {align="center"}
Income Eligibility Fuel Economy greater than 35 mpg PHEV or ZEV
------------------------------------ ---------------------------------- -------------
Low Income (\<225% FPL) \$4,500 \$4,500
Moderate Income (\<300% FPL) \$3,500 \$3,500
Above Moderate Income (\<400% FPL) \$2,500 \$2,500
:::

Residents living in qualified disadvantaged communities may be eligible
for higher incentive amounts and, for residents replacing their vehicles
with a PHEV or EV, a rebate of up to \$2,000 for the purchase of
electric vehicle supply equipment. Residents of South Coast AQMD may
also be eligible to receive a rebate of \$7,500 for alternative
transportation mobility options. For more information, including
eligible vehicles and applicable requirements, see the California Air
Resources Board
[EFMP](https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/enhanced-fleet-modernization-program),
SJVAPCD [Drive
Clean](https://www.valleyair.org/drivecleaninthesanjoaquin/replace/),
and South Coast AQMD [Replace Your
Ride](http://www.replaceyourride.com/) websites. (Reference [California
Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 44062.3 and
44125)
2015-04-09 00:00:00 UTCfalse84State Incentives2015-06-12 14:02:26 UTCELEC|EFFEC|HEV|OTHER|PHEVGNTFLEET|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
11619CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Loan and Rebate ProgramThe Electric Vehicle Charging Station Financing Program (Program), part
of the California Capital Access Program (CalCAP), provides loans for
the design, development, purchase, and installation of EVSE at small
business locations in California. Small businesses are eligible for a
rebate of 10-15% of the enrolled loan amount. Eligible borrowers must be
small businesses with 1,000 or fewer employees and must maintain legal
control of the EVSE for the entire loan period. The maximum loan amount
is \$500,000 per qualified small business and can be insured for up to
four years. Projects located in multi-unit dwellings and disadvantaged
communities may be eligible for an additional 30% of funding.

The Program may provide up to 100% coverage to lenders on certain loan
defaults. Lenders must apply to the California Pollution Control
Financing Authority (CPCFA) to participate and enroll each qualified
EVSE loan through CalCAP.

The California Energy Commission funds the Program. For more
information, including EVSE technical requirements and eligibility
requirements for both borrowers and lenders, see the
[Program](http://www.treasurer.ca.gov/cpcfa/calcap/evcs/index.asp)
website.
2015-04-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse16State Incentives2015-06-12 20:04:20 UTCELEC|PHEVLOANS|RBATESTATION|FLEET
11621NJPlug-In Electric Vehicle Toll Discount ProgramNew Jersey Turnpike Authority\'s Green Pass Discount Plan provides a 10%
discount on off-peak New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway toll
rates for drivers of vehicles that have a fuel economy of 45 miles per
gallon or higher and meet the California Super Ultra Low Emission
Vehicle standard. Vehicles must register with New Jersey E-ZPass. For
more information, including application instructions, see the [E-ZPass
Discount Programs](https://www.panynj.gov/bridges-tunnels/e-zpass.html)
website.
false10State Incentives2015-06-18 14:55:33 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVEXEMIND
11624UTQualified Heavy-Duty Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Tax CreditTaxpayers may be eligible for a tax credit for the purchase of a
qualified heavy-duty AFV. Qualifying fuels include natural gas,
electricity, and hydrogen. Each qualified heavy-duty AFV is eligible for
the following tax credit amounts:

Year

Credit Amount

2021

\$15,000

2022

\$13,500

2023

\$12,000

2024

\$10,500

2025

\$9,000

2026

\$7,500

2027

\$6,000

2028

\$4,500

2029

\$3,000

2030

\$1,500

At least 50% of the qualified vehicle\'s miles must be driven in the
state. A single taxpayer may claim credits for up to 10 AFVs or
\$500,000 annually. If more than 30% of the total available tax credits
in a single year have not been claimed by May 1, a taxpayer may apply
for credits for an additional eight AFVs. Up to 25% of the tax credits
are reserved for taxpayers with small fleets of less than 40 vehicles.
Additional conditions and restrictions may apply. For more information,
see the [Alternative Fuel Heavy Duty Vehicle Tax Credit
Program](https://deq.utah.gov/air-quality/incentive-programs-aq/alternative-fuel-heavy-duty-vehicle-tax-credit-program)
website.

(Reference Utah [House Bill](https://le.utah.gov/) 91, 2021 and [Utah
Code](https://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 59-7-618, 59-10-1033, and
59-13-201)
2015-04-01 00:00:00 UTC2017-03-22 00:00:00 UTCfalse5State Incentives2021-03-10 20:59:43 UTCELEC|HY|NGTAXFLEET|INDhttp://le.utah.gov/|https://le.utah.gov/
11625AZPlug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - Salt River Project (SRP)SRP offers a TOU rate for residential customers that own or lease a PEV.
The TOU rate applies to daily super off-peak hours and additional
off-peak hours on weekends, holidays, and some weekday hours. Eligible
customers must be able to separately meter EV charger usage. For more
information, including how to enroll, see the SRP [Electric Vehicle
Price Plan](https://www.srpnet.com/prices/home/electricvehicle.aspx)
website.
false46Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-11 15:24:11 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
11629COAdvanced Industries (AI) Accelerator Program GrantsThe Accelerator Programs promote growth and sustainability in
Colorado\'s AIs. Grants may be available for advanced industries such as
vehicle and component manufacturing and biofuels. Four types of grants
are available, including Proof of Concept, Early-Stage Capital &
Retention, Infrastructure Funding, and AI Exports. For more information
on each grant program, including eligibility requirements and how to
apply, see the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International
Trade\'s [Advanced Industries Accelerator
Programs](http://choosecolorado.com/doing-business/incentives-financing/advanced-industries/)
website.
false20State Incentives2015-07-08 15:17:20 UTCBIOD|ELEC|HEV|PHEVGNTSTATION|AFP|MAN|OTHER
11638DEAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) RebatesAs part of the Delaware Clean Transportation Incentive Program, the
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
(DNREC) offers rebates for new or leased AFVs. The following rebate
amounts are applicable for vehicles purchased or leased before June 30,
2022:



Qualifying Vehicles Rebate Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------
All-electric vehicle (including vehicles with gasoline range extenders) \$2,500
Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle \$1,000
Dedicated propane or natural gas vehicle (NGV) \$1,500
Bi-fuel propane or NGV \$1,350
Dedicated heavy-duty NGV \$20,000



Eligible applicants include Delaware residents, businesses,
organizations, and government entities. Rebates are limited to six
vehicles per fleet. Additional terms and conditions apply. For more
information, including application guidelines and participating dealers,
see the DNREC [Clean Fuel and Transportation
Initiatives](https://dnrec.alpha.delaware.gov/climate-coastal-energy/clean-transportation/)
website.
false3State Incentives2020-01-24 16:04:22 UTCELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGRBATEFLEET|GOV|IND
11639DEElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) RebatesAs part of the Delaware Clean Transportation Incentive Program, Delaware
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) offers
rebates for new Level 2 EVSE purchased for use at public, workplace,
commercial, and multi-unit dwelling (MUD) locations. Installation,
labor, and other costs are not eligible.

Rebates are available in the following amounts:

Rebate Amount (Maximum: \$3,500 single port/\$7,000 dual port)

Limit per Location

Commercial

Government and Nonprofit

Commercial

Government and Nonprofit

Public Access

75%

90%

6 EVSE ports

6 EVSE ports

Workplace

75%

90%

6 EVSE ports

6 EVSE ports

Fleet

75%

90%

6 EVSE ports

10 EVSE ports

MUD

90%

90%

10 EVSE ports

10 EVSE ports

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Eligible
applicants include MUDs, businesses, organizations, non-profits,
government entities, schools, colleges, and universities. Additional
terms and conditions apply. For more information, including application
guidelines, see the DNREC [Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment
Rebates](https://dnrec.alpha.delaware.gov/climate-coastal-energy/clean-transportation/ev-charging-equipment-rebates/)
website.
false4State Incentives2020-01-24 16:27:52 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV|IND
11646TXAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Registration Tracking ProgramThe Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (Department) collects data on the
number of AFVs registered in the state. The Department must submit an
[annual report](https://www.txdmv.gov/reports-and-data) to the Texas
Legislature detailing the results of each data collection year. For the
purpose of this program, AFVs include plug-in electric vehicles, hybrid
electric vehicles, and natural gas vehicles. (Reference [Texas
Statutes](http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/), Transportation Code,
502.001 and 502.004)
2015-06-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse87Laws and Regulations2015-08-11 15:47:29 UTCELEC|HEV|NG|PHEVREGISOTHERhttp://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/|http://www.capitol.state.tx.us
11653ORAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Parking Space RegulationAn individual is not allowed to park a motor vehicle within any parking
space specifically designated for public parking and fueling of AFVs
unless the motor vehicle is an AFV fueled by electricity, natural gas,
methanol, propane, gasoline blended with at least 85% ethanol (E85), or
other fuel the Oregon Department of Energy approves. Eligible AFVs must
also be in the process of fueling or charging to park in the space. A
person found responsible for a violation is subject to traffic violation
penalties. (Reference [Oregon Revised
Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/) 811.587 and 469B.100)
2015-06-02 00:00:00 UTCfalse63Laws and Regulations2015-10-12 20:15:29 UTCETH|ELEC|NG|OTHER|PHEV|LPGOTHERINDhttps://www.oregonlegislature.gov/|https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bills_laws/Pages/Oregon-Laws.aspx
11667NHDiesel Emissions Reduction GrantsThe New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) provides
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Diesel Emissions Reduction Act
(DERA) funding for projects that reduce diesel emissions in New
Hampshire. Funding for up to 100% of eligible project costs is available
for businesses, individuals, and local or state agencies that reduce
diesel emissions by converting engines to alternative fuels,
retrofitting exhaust controls, purchasing new vehicles, or adding idle
reduction equipment. For more information, including funding amounts and
how to apply, see the NHDES [New Hampshire DERA
Project](https://www.des.nh.gov/business-and-community/loans-and-grants/dera)
website.
false5State Incentives2015-11-13 18:59:58 UTCAFTMKTCONV|EFFEC|IR|OTHERGNTMAN|FLEET|GOV|IND
11673MIPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) FeeIn addition to standard registration fees, PEVs, including all-electric
vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) with a
minimum battery capacity of 4 kilowatt-hours, are subject to an annual
fee. The specific fees are as follows:

Vehicle Type Gross Vehicle Weight Rating Fee
-------------- ----------------------------- -------
PHEV 8,000 pounds (lbs.) or less \$30
PHEV \> 8,000 lbs. \$100
EV 8,000 lbs. or less \$100
EV \> 8,000 lbs. \$200

PHEV fees will increase by \$2.50 per \$0.01 that the state motor fuel
tax exceeds \$0.19 and EV fees will increase by \$5.00 per \$0.01 that
the state motor fuel tax exceeds \$0.19.

(Reference [Michigan Compiled Laws](http://www.legislature.mi.gov)
257.801)
2015-11-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse65Laws and Regulations2015-12-10 17:07:56 UTCELEC|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttp://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(fmzzsk45gfa5qrp02ghcqlhd))/mileg.aspx?page=home|http://www.legislature.mi.gov/(S(chtz2jui1ekkqu45xjluze55))/mileg.aspx?page=home
11682USNatural Gas Vehicle (NGV) and Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Weight ExemptionNGVs and PEVs may exceed the federal maximum gross vehicle weight limit
for comparable conventional fuel vehicles by up to 2,000 pounds (lbs.).
The NGV or PEV must not exceed a maximum gross vehicle weight of 82,000
lbs. (Reference [Public
Law](https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/116th-congress) 116-6 and 23
[U.S. Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/) 127(s))
2015-12-04 00:00:00 UTC2019-02-15 00:00:00 UTCfalseIncentivesU.S. Department of Transportation2019-03-11 13:19:28 UTCELEC|NG|PHEVEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://thomas.loc.gov/home/LegislativeData.php?&n=PublicLaws&c=114|http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/browse/collectionUScode.action?collectionCode=USCODE|https://www.congress.gov/public-laws/116th-congress
11684WYElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities (YTCC)YTCC offers a rebate of \$5,000 toward the purchase of publicly
accessible EVSE. Eligible entities include businesses and municipalities
in the communities surrounding Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone
National Park. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served
basis. For more information, see the [YTCC Vehicle and Infrastructure
Rebates](https://ytcleancities.org/what-we-are-doing-why/services/#rebates)
website.
false40Utility/Private Incentives2016-03-14 17:07:16 UTC2021-03-10 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV
11688UTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Infrastructure Bond AuthorizationInterlocal entities, such as counties, local districts, and military
installations, are authorized to issue bonds for PEV charging
infrastructure. PEV charging infrastructure is defined as any permanent
equipment on commercial or industrial property that charges or stores
energy for delivery to PEVs. (Reference [Utah
Code](http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 11-13-103, 11-13-218,
11-42-102, and 11-42a-102)
2016-03-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse71Laws and Regulations2016-04-11 21:49:46 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html|http://le.utah.gov/
11689NYPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate ProgramThe New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
provides rebates of up to \$2,000 for the purchase or lease of a new
eligible PEV. An eligible vehicle must:

- Be a four-wheeled motor vehicle manufactured for use on public
streets, roads, and highways;
- Have a gross vehicle weight rating of not more than 8,500 pounds;
- Have a maximum speed of at least 55 miles per hour; and,
- Be propelled at least in part by an electric motor and associated
power electronics that draws electricity from a hydrogen fuel cell
or from a battery that has a capacity of at least four
kilowatt-hours, and is capable of being charged by an external
source of electricity.

Rebate amounts vary based on a vehicle\'s all-electric range and
manufacturer\'s suggested retail price. For more information, see
NYSERDA\'s [Drive Clean
Rebate](https://www.nyserda.ny.gov/All-Programs/Programs/Drive-Clean-Rebate)
website.
2016-04-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse4State Incentives2017-04-03 13:33:49 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEFLEET|GOV|IND
11701NJElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) GrantsThe New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection provides grants
through the It Pay\$ to Plug In: New Jersey\'s Electric Vehicle
Workplace Charging Grant Program (Program) to support plug-in electric
vehicle adoption and EVSE installation. Reimbursement grants are offered
on a first-come, first-served basis for the cost and installation of
eligible EVSE at workplaces, government and educational facilities,
non-profits, and multi-unit dwellings.

The Program is part of New Jersey\'s [Energy Master
Plan](http://www.nj.gov/emp/). For more information, including
application and eligibility requirements, visit the Drive Green [NJ
Charging
Challenge](https://www.drivegreen.nj.gov/dg-charging-challenge.html)
website.
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11702COPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Tax CreditQualified PEVs titled and registered in Colorado are eligible for a tax
credit. Light-duty PEVs purchased, leased, or converted before January
1, 2026, are eligible for a tax credit equal to the amounts below, per
calendar year:

::: {align="center"}
Category 2021-2022 2023-2025
---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------
Light-duty PEV \$2,500 for purchase or conversion; \$1,500 for lease \$2,000 for purchase; \$1,500 for lease
Light-duty electric truck 3,500 for purchase or conversion; \$1,750 for lease \$2,800 for purchase; \$1,750 for lease
Medium-duty electric truck \$5,000 for purchase or conversion; \$2,500 for lease \$4,000 for purchase; \$2,500 for lease
Heavy-duty electric truck \$10,000 for purchase or conversion; \$5,000 for lease \$8,000 for purchase; \$5,000 for lease
:::

Tax credits for conversations are available until January 1, 2022. The
credit amount for any qualifying truck is limited to the difference in
manufacturer\'s suggested retail price between the qualifying truck and
a comparable truck that operates on either gasoline or diesel fuel. The
credit that may be claimed for converting a truck to a qualifying truck
is limited to the cost of conversion.

Eligible purchased vehicles must be new, and eligible leased vehicles
must have a lease term of not less than two years. A purchaser may
assign the tax credit generated through the purchase, lease, or
conversion to any of the above categories of vehicle to the financing
entity, allowing the purchaser to realize the value of the tax credit at
the time of purchase, lease, or conversion. The financing entity may
collect an administrative fee of no more than \$150.

For more information, see the Colorado Department of Revenue\'s [Income
69](https://tax.colorado.gov/sites/tax/files/Income%2069.pdf) FYI
publication.

(Reference [Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 39-22-516.7 and
39-22-516.8)
2016-06-06 00:00:00 UTC2019-05-31 00:00:00 UTCfalse6State Incentives2019-07-02 22:44:34 UTCELECTAXFLEET|INDhttp://tornado.state.co.us/gov_dir/leg_dir/olls/digest_of_bills.htm|http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/michie/|https://leg.colorado.gov/
11709CTElectric Vehicle (EV) Registration DataThe Department of Motor Vehicles (Department) must record the number of
EVs registered in Connecticut. An EV is defined as any plug-in electric
vehicle (PEV), fuel cell electric vehicle, plug-in hybrid electric
vehicle, or range-extended PEV. The data should be publicly available on
the Department\'s
[website](https://portal.ct.gov/DMV/News-and-Publications/News-and-Publications/Electric-vehicle-stats)
and include the number of EVs registered in state each year, and the
total number of EVs registered in the state. The Department must update
the information every six months. (Reference [Connecticut General
Statutes](http://www.cga.ct.gov/) 14-12(l))
2016-06-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse35Laws and Regulations2016-07-12 20:41:03 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVREGISOTHERhttp://www.cga.ct.gov/|http://www.cga.ct.gov/
11711CTUtility Company Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Load Projection RequirementThe Public Utilities Regulatory Authority requires electric distribution
companies to integrate EV charging load projections into distribution
planning. Projections will be based on the number of EVs registered in
the state as well as on projected fluctuation in EV sales. Electric
distribution companies must publish an annual report detailing the EV
charging load projections for the company\'s distribution planning.
(Reference [Connecticut General Statutes](http://www.cga.ct.gov/)
16-19fff)
2016-06-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse39Laws and Regulations2016-07-12 20:47:01 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVOTHERAFP|OTHERhttp://www.cga.ct.gov/|http://www.cga.ct.gov/
11712CTUtility Company Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) RatesUtility companies must evaluate if it is appropriate to implement PEV
time of day rates for residential and commercial customers. A
time-of-day rate is a rate for PEVs that is designed to reflect the cost
of electricity to the consumer at different times of the day. Utilities
that have already made this determination prior to July 1, 2017, are not
required to do so again. (Reference [Connecticut General
Statutes](http://www.cga.ct.gov/) 16-19f)
2016-06-07 00:00:00 UTC2018-05-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse41Laws and Regulations2018-06-30 00:17:50 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERAFP|OTHERhttp://www.cga.ct.gov/|http://www.cga.ct.gov/|http://www.cga.ct.gov/
11713CTIntegrated Resources Plan ReportThe Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), in
consultation with the electric distribution companies, must deliver a
plan that analyzes, among other things, the potential for electric
vehicles (EVs) to provide energy storage and other services to the
electric grid, and identify strategies to ensure that the grid is
prepared to support increased EV charging based on projections of sales
of EVs. The report must be delivered biennially. Reports are available
on the DEEP [Integrated Resources
Planning](https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Energy/Integrated-Resource-Planning/Integrated-Resource-Planning)
website. (Reference [Connecticut General
Statutes](http://www.cga.ct.gov/) 16a-3a and 16a-3e)
2016-06-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse43Laws and Regulations2016-07-12 20:51:26 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://www.cga.ct.gov/|http://www.cga.ct.gov/
11718MNResidential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - Connexus EnergyConnexus Energy offers a \$500 rebate to residential customers toward
the installation of a qualified Level 2 EVSE. Eligible applicants must
enroll in a time-of-use rate.

Connexus Energy also offers a \$800 discount on EVSE purchased from the
EnergyWise Minnesota store.

For more information, see the Conexus Energy [Electric
Vehicle](https://www.connexusenergy.com/save-money-and-energy/programs-rebates/electric-vehicles)
website.
2016-07-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse44Utility/Private Incentives2016-08-04 17:30:22 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|IND
11724OKCommittee of Alternative Fuels Technician ExaminersThe Committee of Alternative Fuels Technician Examiners (Committee) was
established to assist the Commissioner of Labor on matters relating to
the formulation of rules and standards to comply with the Alternative
Fuels Technician Certification Act. The Committee includes experts in
the natural gas, propane, and electric vehicle industries. (Reference
[Oklahoma Statutes](http://www.oklegislature.gov/) 40-142.6)
2016-04-21 00:00:00 UTCfalse120Laws and Regulations2016-08-17 15:55:57 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|OTHER|PHEV|LPGOTHEROTHERhttp://www.oklegislature.gov/index.aspx
11725OKAlternative Fuels Technician CertificatesThe Department of Labor (DOL) will issue a certificate to any person who
has successfully passed the appropriate alternative fuels equipment,
alternative fuels compression, or electric vehicle technician
examination as provided in the Alternative Fuels Technician
Certification Act. A certification fee applies. For companies,
partnerships, or corporations involved in the business of installing,
servicing, repairing, modifying, or renovating equipment used in
converting or modifying engines or fueling equipment to be used with
alternative fuels, DOL will issue a separate certificate. Alternative
fuels include propane, natural gas, methanol, ethanol, electricity,
hydrogen, biodiesel, and more.

DOL can issue an alternative fuels trainee certificate to any person who
submits a trainee application within 15 business days of being hired by
a licensed alternative fuels conversion or fueling station installation
company.

(Reference [Oklahoma Statutes](http://www.oklegislature.gov/index.aspx)
40-142.3 and 40-142.8)
2016-04-21 00:00:00 UTCfalse130Laws and Regulations2016-08-17 15:59:22 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|OTHER|PHEV|LPGOTHERMAN|OTHERhttp://www.oklegislature.gov/index.aspx|http://www.oklegislature.gov/index.aspx
11729MDPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Reduction - BGEBaltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) offers time-of-use (TOU) rate
for residential customers that own or lease a PEV. Residential customers
with qualified Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), capable
of separately tracking PEV charging data, may apply for a TOU rate
applicable only to EVSE usage. For more information, see the BGE
[EVsmart](https://www.bge.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/EVTOURate.aspx)
website.
2016-06-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse32Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-12 15:08:43 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|IND
11748CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) and Charging Incentive - Sonoma Clean Power (SCP)Qualified SCP customers are eligible to receive a free Level 2 EVSE with
Wi-Fi capabilities. Customers are responsible for shipping and
installation costs. Customers may also receive \$5 per month for
connecting the EVSE to the GridSavvy Rewards program. Other terms and
conditions may apply. For more information, see SCP\'s
[GridSavvy](https://sonomacleanpower.org/programs/gridsavvy) website.
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11756MAPublic Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) RequirementsOwners and operators of public EVSE that require payment must provide
payment options that allow access by the public. In addition, payment
should not require users to pay a subscription fee or obtain a
membership of any kind; however, required fees may be conditional on
such memberships. Owners and operators can impose reasonable
restrictions on EVSE use, such as limiting access to visitors of the
business. In addition, owners and operators of public EVSE must provide
the location, hours of operation, payment, and characteristics of each
EVSE to the U.S. Department of Energy\'s Alternative Fuels Data Center.
(Reference [Massachusetts General
Laws](http://www.malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/) Chapter 25A,
Section 16B-16E)
2017-01-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse29Laws and Regulations2017-01-23 21:10:31 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|INDhttps://malegislature.gov/|http://www.malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/
11757MAZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Parking Space RegulationsA city or town may restrict certain parking areas for ZEVs, which
includes all-electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, and
fuel cell vehicles. A person who is found responsible for a violation of
the restricted parking area may be subject to a penalty of no more than
\$50 and the vehicle may be removed from the parking spot. (Reference
[Massachusetts General
Laws](http://www.malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/) Chapter 40,
Section 22A)
2017-01-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse30Laws and Regulations2017-01-23 20:59:03 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVOTHERINDhttps://malegislature.gov/|http://www.malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/
11758MAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Building StandardsAt least one parking space in any new commercial construction with over
15 parking spaces must be made-ready for EVSE. An electric vehicle-ready
space is defined as a designated parking space with a dedicated branch
circuit for EVSE. Additional terms and conditions apply. (Reference
[Massachusetts General
Laws](http://www.malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/) Chapter 143,
Section 94 and 95 and [Massachusetts State Building
Code](https://www.mass.gov/massachusetts-state-building-code-780-cmr)
780 CMR 13.00 Subsection C405.10)
2017-01-03 00:00:00 UTC2019-03-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse36Laws and Regulations2020-11-12 14:22:18 UTCELEC|PHEVBUILD|OTHEROTHERhttps://malegislature.gov/|http://www.malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/|https://www.mass.gov/massachusetts-state-building-code-780-cmr
11759MAZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) and Infrastructure SupportZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Commission is established to recommend
policies to expand access to ZEV infrastructure and to encourage the
purchase and lease of these vehicles. The ZEV Commission, comprised of
state agencies, is tasked with conducting ZEV feasibility studies on the
following topics:

- Evaluating opportunities for electrification of the state fleet,
including vehicles used by the regional transit authorities;
- Authorizing ZEVs, including plug-in electric vehicles, plug-in
hybrid electric vehicles, or fuel cell vehicles, for use in high
occupancy vehicle lanes regardless of the number of occupants in the
vehicle; and
- Assessing surcharges, levies, or other assessments to offset
projected gas tax revenue loss from the purchase or operation of
ZEVs.

For more information, including available reports, see the [ZEV
Commission](https://www.mass.gov/service-details/zero-emission-vehicle-zev-commission)
website.

(Reference [Session Law](https://malegislature.gov/Laws/SessionLaws)
Chapter 448, Section 5, 2016)
2017-01-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse37Laws and Regulations2017-01-23 21:03:47 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttps://malegislature.gov/
11768UTAlternative Fuel Vehicle Conversion Grants for BusinessesThe Utah Conversion to Alternate Fuel Grant Program provides grants to
businesses that install conversion equipment on eligible vehicles that
allow the vehicles to operate on alternative fuel or reduce a vehicle's
emissions of regulated pollutants. Businesses are required to pass these
savings along to the individual who purchases the converted vehicle.
Grants are available for 50% of the cost of conversion, up to \$2,500.
Eligible alternative fuels include propane, natural gas, and
electricity. For more information, see the [Utah Conversion to
Alternative Fuel Grant Program](http://air.utah.gov/altfuel/index.php)
website. (Reference [Utah Code](http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html)
19-1-401, 19-1-402, 19-1-403.3, and 19-1-405)
2015-05-12 00:00:00 UTC2016-03-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse17State IncentivesAFTMKTCONV|ELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEEThttp://le.utah.gov/|http://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html
11779CAZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) FeeZEV owners must pay an annual road improvement fee of \$100 upon vehicle
registration or registration renewal for ZEVs model year 2020 and later.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles will increase the fee
annually to account for inflation, equal to the increase in the
California Consumer Price Index for the prior year. (Reference
[California Vehicle
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 9250.6)
2017-04-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse263Laws and Regulations2017-05-05 14:30:46 UTCELEC|HYFUELFLEET|INDhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/
11783MDPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Incentive - PepcoPepco offers a time-of-use rate to all qualified residential customers
in Maryland who own or lease a PEV. For more information, see Pepco\'s
[Plug-In Electric Vehicle
Charging](https://www.pepco.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/ElectricVehicleProgramMD.aspx)
website.
false35Utility/Private Incentives2017-05-11 20:13:21 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
11787TNPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) FeeIn addition to standard registration fees, PEV owners must pay an annual
fee of \$100. Low-speed and medium-speed vehicles are exempt from the
fee. (Reference [Tennessee
Code](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/tncode/) 55-4-116)
2017-04-26 00:00:00 UTCfalse27Laws and Regulations2017-05-11 21:33:01 UTCELECFUELFLEET|INDhttp://wapp.capitol.tn.gov/apps/billsearch/BillSearchAdvanced.aspx
11808VTPlug-In Electric Vehicle Credit - Vermont Electric Co-op (VEC)VEC offers a \$250 bill credit to members who purchase a new or used
plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) and a \$500 bill credit to
members who purchase a new or used all-electric vehicle (EV). Members
who lease a PHEV are eligible for an annual bill credit of \$50 for each
year of the lease, and members who lease an EV are eligible for an
annual bill credit of \$100 for each year of the lease. For more
information, including how to apply, see the VEC [Energy Transformation
Program](https://vermontelectric.coop/energy-transformation-programs)
website.
false13Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-20 16:25:59 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
11814FLPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate - OUCOrlando Utilities Commission (OUC) provides rebates of \$200 to
residential customers who purchase or lease an eligible new or preowned
PEV. Applicants must apply within six months of the purchase or lease of
the PEV. For more information, see the OUC [Electric
Vehicles](http://www.ouc.com/residential/save-energy-water-money/electric-vehicles-at-home)
website.
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11818WVAlternative Fuel Vehicle FeeIn addition to standard registration fees, owners of vehicles fueled
with natural gas, hydrogen, or electricity must pay an annual fee of
\$200. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle owners must pay an annual fee of
\$100. (Reference [West Virginia
Code](http://www.wvlegislature.gov/WVCODE/Code.cfm) 17A-10-3C)
2017-06-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse27Laws and Regulations2017-07-11 16:58:18 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDSenate Bill 1006, 2017|West Virginia Code 17A-10-3c
11820TXAuthorization of Governmental Alternative Fuel Fleet Grant ProgramThe Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) must administer a
grant program for governmental alternative fuel fleets to provide grants
for the purchase or lease of a new vehicle and the purchase, lease, or
installation of alternative fueling equipment. Eligible alternative
fuels include natural gas, propane, hydrogen, and electricity. State
agencies and political subdivisions are eligible to apply for a grant
under the program if the entity operates a fleet of more than 15
vehicles. Mass transit and school transportation providers will also be
eligible for grants.

TCEQ must establish standardized vehicle grant amounts based on the
incremental costs associated with the purchase or lease of different
categories of motor vehicle, including the fuel type, vehicle class, and
other categories TCEQ considers appropriate. TCEQ will also establish
standardized fueling equipment grant amounts.

(Reference [Texas Statutes](http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/),
Health and Safety Code 386.153)
2017-06-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse86Laws and Regulations2017-07-11 17:19:09 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHERFLEET|GOVhttp://www.capitol.state.tx.us/BillLookup/BillNumber.aspx
11840MNAll-Electric Vehicle (EV) FeeEVs are subject to an additional registration fee of \$75. (Reference
[Minnesota Statutes](https://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs/) 168.013).
2017-05-30 00:00:00 UTCfalse48Laws and Regulations2017-07-20 18:07:58 UTCELECFUELFLEET|INDhttps://www.leg.state.mn.us/|https://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs/
11844SCAlternative Fuel Vehicle FeeOwners of plug-in electric vehicles and fuel cell electric vehicles must
pay a biennial fee of \$120, in addition to standard registration fees.
Hybrid electric vehicle owners must pay a biennial fee of \$60.
(Reference [South Carolina Code of
Laws](http://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/statmast.php) 56-3-645 and
12-28-110(39))
2018-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse67Laws and Regulations2017-08-09 12:53:08 UTCELEC|HEV|HY|PHEVFUELFLEET|IND
11847TXLight-Duty Alternative Fuel Vehicle RebatesThe Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) administers the
Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Purchase or Lease Incentive Program for the
purchase or lease of a new light-duty vehicle powered by compressed
natural gas (CNG), propane, hydrogen, or electricity. CNG and propane
vehicles, including bi-fuel vehicles, are eligible for a rebate of up to
\$5,000. Electric drive vehicles powered by a battery or hydrogen fuel
cell, including plug-in hybrid electric vehicles with a battery capacity
of at least 4 kilowatt hours, are eligible for a rebate of up to
\$2,500. One rebate is available per eligible vehicle. Rebates are
awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information,
including eligibility requirements and the application form, see the
TCEQ [Texas Emissions Reduction
Plan](https://www.tceq.texas.gov/airquality/terp/ld.html) website.
(Reference [Texas Statutes](http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/)
Health and Safety Code 386.17 and [Texas Administrative
Code](http://www.sos.state.tx.us/tac/index.shtml) 114.610-114.613)
2017-06-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse10State Incentives2019-12-19 17:13:52 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGRBATEINDhttp://www.capitol.state.tx.us/BillLookup/BillNumber.aspx|http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/|http://www.sos.state.tx.us/tac/index.shtml
11855NVAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Infrastructure Grants AuthorizationThe Nevada Office of Energy administers the Nevada Clean Energy Fund to
fund qualified clean energy projects, including any program, technology,
product, or service that supports the deployment of AFVs and related
infrastructure. Technologies that involve the combustion of fossil fuels
are not eligible for funding. For more information, see the [Nevada
Clean Energy Fund](https://nevadacef.org/) website. (Reference [Nevada
Revised Statutes](https://www.leg.state.nv.us/) 701B.930-995)
2017-06-05 00:00:00 UTCfalse25Laws and Regulations2017-09-08 12:51:29 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NEVSOTHERSTATION|AFP|FLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.leg.state.nv.us/|https://www.leg.state.nv.us/
11856NVElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Demonstration Program RequirementsThe Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Demonstration Program (Program)
requires Nevada utilities to promote and incentivize the deployment of
EVSE. Utility customers may include public schools that install EVSE
on-site or purchase electric school buses. Incentives may cover up to
75% of the installation or purchase cost.

Utilities may request to recover the costs associated with carrying out
the Program, including customer incentives, by filing an application
with the Nevada Public Utilities Commission.

(Reference [Nevada Revised
Statutes](http://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm) 701B.670 and 704.110)
2017-05-31 00:00:00 UTC2019-05-23 00:00:00 UTCfalse26Laws and Regulations2019-09-10 13:28:57 UTC2025-12-31 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://www.leg.state.nv.us/law1.cfm|https://www.leg.state.nv.us/
11862CAVolkswagen (VW) Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Investment PlanThe California Air Resources Board (CARB) approved the VW California ZEV
Investment Plan. As required by the October 2016 2.0-Liter Partial
Consent Decree, VW must invest \$800 million over ten years to support
the increased adoption of ZEV technology in California. VW will submit a
series of four 30-month cycle ZEV investment plans to CARB for approval.
CARB has approved the Cycle 2 plan, covering July 2019 through December
2021. The Cycle 2 plan includes building a basic charging network,
public outreach, education, and marketing, and ZEV access projects. ZEV
infrastructure rollouts will be focused in nine metropolitan areas. VW
will continue access efforts in Sacramento, with the goal of offering
residents a better quality of life through enhanced mobility and
improved air quality.

For more information, see the Electrify America [Investment
Plan](https://www.electrifyamerica.com/our-plan) website and CARB\'s [VW
Settlement](https://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/vw_info/vsi/vw-zevinvest/vw-zevinvest.htm)
website.
2017-03-13 00:00:00 UTC2018-12-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse169Laws and Regulations2019-02-06 14:00:25 UTCELEC|HYAIRQEMISSIONSOTHER
11863ORPlug-In Electric Vehicle and Vehicle Efficiency FeesAll-electric vehicle (EV) owners must pay an annual fee of \$110 or a
per-mile road use fee, administered by the OReGo program. Beginning
January 1, 2022, EV owners must pay a fee of \$115. Medium-speed EV
owners must pay an annual fee of \$58. All other hybrid vehicles must
pay an annual fee in the following amounts:

::: {align="center"}
Vehicle Efficiency January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2021 After December 31, 2021
------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- -------------------------
Vehicles with a rating of 0-19 miles per gallon (mpg) \$18 \$20
Vehicles with a rating of 20-39 mpg \$23 \$25
Vehicles with a rating of 40 mpg or greater \$33 \$35
:::

The monthly per-mile road use fee, as an alternative to the annual fees,
is determined by the schedule below:

::: {align="center"}
Calendar Year Fee per Mile
--------------- ------------------
2020 \$0.018 per mile
2022 \$0.019 per mile
:::

Drivers with electric vehicles or vehicles with ratings over 40 mpg are
exempt from additional registration fees if they enroll in the OReGo
program. For more information, including how to apply, visit the [OReGo
program](http://www.myorego.org/) website. These fees are in addition to
standard registration fees.

(Reference [Oregon Revised Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/)
803.420 through 803.422)
2017-08-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse51Laws and Regulations2019-11-12 17:46:23 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGFUELFLEET|INDhttps://www.oregonlegislature.gov/
11865ORClean School Bus GrantsThe Oregon Department of Environmental Quality must use funds awarded to
Oregon through the [Volkswagen (VW) Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement)
and deposited in the Clean Diesel Engine Fund, to award grants to owners
and operators of at least 450 school buses powered by diesel engines.
Eligible vehicles include buses that have at least three years of
remaining useful life. Grants will be available for 30%, up to \$50,000,
for the purchase of a new bus or up to 100% of the cost to retrofit a
school bus with emissions-reducing parts or technology that reduce
diesel particulate matter emissions by at least 85%. Any money not
expended under this Clean Diesel Engine Fund will fund grants for the
reduction of diesel engine emissions as matching funds under the Diesel
Emissions Reduction Act program. For more information, see the [VW
Settlement](https://www.oregon.gov/deq/aq/programs/Pages/VW-Diesel-Settlement.aspx)
website. (Reference [Oregon Revised
Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/) 468A.795 through 468A.807)
2017-08-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse12State Incentives2019-12-20 16:49:43 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOVhttps://www.oregonlegislature.gov/|https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/
11867RIPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Parking RestrictionNo person can stop, stand, or park a vehicle in a parking space where
there is a PEV charging station and signage indicating that parking is
for PEV charging only, unless the vehicle is connected to the charging
equipment. Violations will be subject to a fine of \$85. (Reference
[Rhode Island General
Laws](http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/) 31-21-18 and
31-41.1-4)
2017-07-19 00:00:00 UTCfalse14Laws and Regulations2017-10-06 15:11:21 UTCELEC|PHEVDRESTSTATION|INDhttp://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/|http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/
11869CORegional Electric Vehicle (REV) West PlanColorado joined Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and
Wyoming (Signatory States) in signing the REV West [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_mou.pdf) (MOU)
to create an Intermountain West Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor that will
make it possible to seamlessly drive an EV across the Signatory States\'
major transportation corridors.

In 2019, the Signatory States signed a revised [REV West
MOU](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) to update
their EV corridor goals based on progress to date. Signatory States are
committed to:

- Educate consumers and fleet owners to raise EV awareness, reduce
range anxiety, and increase EV adoption;
- Coordinate on EV charging station locations to achieve a consistent
user experience across Signatory States;
- Use and promote the REV West [Voluntary Minimum
Standards](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_volminimumstandards.pdf)
for EV charging stations and explore opportunities for implementing
the standards in Signatory States;
- Identify and develop opportunities to incorporate EV charging
stations into planning and development processes such as building
codes, metering policies, and renewable energy generation projects;
- Encourage EV manufacturers to stock and market a wide variety of EVs
within the Signatory States;
- Identify, respond to, and collaborate on funding opportunities to
support the development of the plan; and
- Support the build-out of direct current (DC) fast charging stations
along EV corridors through investments, partnerships, and other
mechanisms.

The Signatory States maintain a coordination group composed of senior
leadership from each state who meet on a quarterly basis and report on
the above actions. For more information, see the [REV
West](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) website.
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11870IDRegional Electric Vehicle (REV) West PlanIdaho joined Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and
Wyoming (Signatory States) in signing the REV West [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_mou.pdf) (MOU)
to create an Intermountain West Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor that will
make it possible to seamlessly drive an EV across the Signatory States\'
major transportation corridors.

In 2019, the Signatory States signed a revised [REV West
MOU](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_mou_2019_final.pdf) to
update their EV corridor goals based on progress to date. Signatory
States are committed to:

- Educate consumers and fleet owners to raise EV awareness, reduce
range anxiety, and increase EV adoption;
- Coordinate on EV charging station locations to achieve a consistent
user experience across Signatory States;
- Use and promote the REV West [Voluntary Minimum
Standards](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_volminimumstandards.pdf)
for EV charging stations and explore opportunities for implementing
the standards in Signatory States;
- Identify and develop opportunities to incorporate EV charging
stations into planning and development processes such as building
codes, metering policies, and renewable energy generation projects;
- Encourage EV manufacturers to stock and market a wide variety of EVs
within the Signatory States;
- Identify, respond to, and collaborate on funding opportunities to
support the development of the plan; and
- Support the build-out of direct current (DC) fast charging stations
along EV corridors through investments, partnerships, and other
mechanisms.

The Signatory States maintain a coordination group composed of senior
leadership from each state who meet on a quarterly basis and report on
the above actions. For more information, see the [REV
West](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) website.
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11871MTRegional Electric Vehicle (REV) West PlanMontana joined Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and
Wyoming (Signatory States) in signing the REV West [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_mou.pdf) (MOU)
to create an Intermountain West Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor that will
make it possible to seamlessly drive an EV across the Signatory States\'
major transportation corridors.

In 2019, the Signatory States signed a revised [REV West
MOU](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) to update
their EV corridor goals based on progress to date. Signatory States are
committed to:

- Educate consumers and fleet owners to raise EV awareness, reduce
range anxiety, and increase EV adoption;
- Coordinate on EV charging station locations to achieve a consistent
user experience across Signatory States;
- Use and promote the REV West [Voluntary Minimum
Standards](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_volminimumstandards.pdf)
for EV charging stations and explore opportunities for implementing
the standards in Signatory States;
- Identify and develop opportunities to incorporate EV charging
stations into planning and development processes such as building
codes, metering policies, and renewable energy generation projects;
- Encourage EV manufacturers to stock and market a wide variety of EVs
within the Signatory States;
- Identify, respond to, and collaborate on funding opportunities to
support the development of the plan; and
- Support the build-out of direct current (DC) fast charging stations
along EV corridors through investments, partnerships, and other
mechanisms.

The Signatory States maintain a coordination group composed of senior
leadership from each state who meet on a quarterly basis and report on
the above actions. For more information, see the [REV
West](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) website.
2017-10-04 00:00:00 UTC2019-12-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse45Laws and Regulations2020-02-03 20:04:53 UTCELEC|PHEVREQ|OTHERSTATION|MAN|OTHER
11872NVRegional Electric Vehicle (REV) West PlanNevada joined Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and
Wyoming (Signatory States) in signing the REV West [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_mou.pdf) (MOU)
to create an Intermountain West Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor that will
make it possible to seamlessly drive an EV across the Signatory States\'
major transportation corridors.

In 2019, the Signatory States signed a revised [REV West
MOU](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) to update
their EV corridor goals based on progress to date. Signatory States are
committed to:

- Educate consumers and fleet owners to raise EV awareness, reduce
range anxiety, and increase EV adoption;
- Coordinate on EV charging station locations to achieve a consistent
user experience across Signatory States;
- Use and promote the REV West [Voluntary Minimum
Standards](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_volminimumstandards.pdf)
for EV charging stations and explore opportunities for implementing
the standards in Signatory States;
- Identify and develop opportunities to incorporate EV charging
stations into planning and development processes such as building
codes, metering policies, and renewable energy generation projects;
- Encourage EV manufacturers to stock and market a wide variety of EVs
within the Signatory States;
- Identify, respond to, and collaborate on funding opportunities to
support the development of the plan; and
- Support the build-out of direct current (DC) fast charging stations
along EV corridors through investments, partnerships, and other
mechanisms.

The Signatory States maintain a coordination group composed of senior
leadership from each state who meet on a quarterly basis and report on
the above actions. For more information, see the [REV
West](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) website.
2017-10-04 00:00:00 UTC2019-12-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse27Laws and Regulations2020-02-03 20:06:48 UTCELEC|PHEVREQ|OTHERSTATION|MAN|OTHER
11873NMRegional Electric Vehicle (REV) West PlanNew Mexico joined Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and
Wyoming (Signatory States) in signing the REV West [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_mou.pdf) (MOU)
to create an Intermountain West Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor that will
make it possible to seamlessly drive an EV across the Signatory States\'
major transportation corridors.

In 2019, the Signatory States signed a revised [REV West
MOU](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) to update
their EV corridor goals based on progress to date. Signatory States are
committed to:

- Educate consumers and fleet owners to raise EV awareness, reduce
range anxiety, and increase EV adoption;
- Coordinate on EV charging station locations to achieve a consistent
user experience across Signatory States;
- Use and promote the REV West [Voluntary Minimum
Standards](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_volminimumstandards.pdf)
for EV charging stations and explore opportunities for implementing
the standards in Signatory States;
- Identify and develop opportunities to incorporate EV charging
stations into planning and development processes such as building
codes, metering policies, and renewable energy generation projects;
- Encourage EV manufacturers to stock and market a wide variety of EVs
within the Signatory States;
- Identify, respond to, and collaborate on funding opportunities to
support the development of the plan; and
- Support the build-out of direct current (DC) fast charging stations
along EV corridors through investments, partnerships, and other
mechanisms.

The Signatory States maintain a Coordination Group composed of senior
leadership from each state which meet on a quarterly basis and report on
the above actions. For more information, see the [REV
West](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) website.
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11874UTRegional Electric Vehicle (REV) West PlanUtah joined Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and
Wyoming (Signatory States) in signing the REV West [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_mou.pdf) (MOU)
to create an Intermountain West Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor that will
make it possible to seamlessly drive an EV across the Signatory States\'
major transportation corridors.

In 2019, the Signatory States signed a revised [REV West
MOU](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) to update
their EV corridor goals based on progress to date. Signatory States are
committed to:

- Educate consumers and fleet owners to raise EV awareness, reduce
range anxiety, and increase EV adoption;
- Coordinate on EV charging station locations to achieve a consistent
user experience across Signatory States;
- Use and promote the REV West [Voluntary Minimum
Standards](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_volminimumstandards.pdf)
for EV charging stations and explore opportunities for implementing
the standards in Signatory States;
- Identify and develop opportunities to incorporate EV charging
stations into planning and development processes such as building
codes, metering policies, and renewable energy generation projects;
- Encourage EV manufacturers to stock and market a wide variety of EVs
within the Signatory States;
- Identify, respond to, and collaborate on funding opportunities to
support the development of the plan; and
- Support the build-out of direct current (DC) fast charging stations
along EV corridors through investments, partnerships, and other
mechanisms.

The Signatory States maintain a coordination group composed of senior
leadership from each state who meet on a quarterly basis and report on
the above actions. For more information, see the [REV
West](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) website.
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11875WYRegional Electric Vehicle (REV) West PlanWyoming joined Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,
and Utah (Signatory States) in signing the REV West [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_mou.pdf) (MOU)
to create an Intermountain West Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor that will
make it possible to seamlessly drive an EV across the Signatory States\'
major transportation corridors.

In 2019, the Signatory States signed a revised [REV West
MOU](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) to update
their EV corridor goals based on progress to date. Signatory States are
committed to:

- Educate consumers and fleet owners to raise EV awareness, reduce
range anxiety, and increase EV adoption;
- Coordinate on EV charging station locations to achieve a consistent
user experience across Signatory States;
- Use and promote the REV West [Voluntary Minimum
Standards](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_volminimumstandards.pdf)
for EV charging stations and explore opportunities for implementing
the standards in Signatory States;
- Identify and develop opportunities to incorporate EV charging
stations into planning and development processes such as building
codes, metering policies, and renewable energy generation projects;
- Encourage EV manufacturers to stock and market a wide variety of EVs
within the Signatory States;
- Identify, respond to, and collaborate on funding opportunities to
support the development of the plan; and
- Support the build-out of direct current (DC) fast charging stations
along EV corridors through investments, partnerships, and other
mechanisms.

The Signatory States maintain a coordination group composed of senior
leadership from each state who meet on a quarterly basis and report on
the above actions. For more information, see the [REV
West](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) website.
2017-10-04 00:00:00 UTC2019-12-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse12Laws and Regulations2020-02-03 20:12:06 UTCELEC|PHEVREQ|OTHERSTATION|MAN|OTHER
11876ORElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Policies for Rental PropertiesThe tenant of a commercial space may apply to install EVSE for the use
of the tenant, employees of the tenant, and customers of the tenant.
Unless the premises does not have at least one parking space per rental
unit, the landlord must approve a completed application no more than 60
days after the tenant submits the application. In the absence of a
different tenant-landlord agreement, the EVSE will be personal property
of the tenant and the tenant is responsible for all costs associated
with installation and use of the EVSE. The tenant is responsible for
maintaining a renter\'s liability insurance policy of at least
\$100,000. Upon the termination of the rental agreement, the landlord
may require the tenant to remove the charging station and restore the
premises. Additional requirements and restrictions apply. (Reference
[Oregon Revised Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/) 90.462)
2017-06-20 00:00:00 UTCfalse61Laws and Regulations2017-10-10 21:13:07 UTCELEC|PHEVRTCMUD|INDhttps://www.oregonlegislature.gov/
11880PAAlternative Fuel Infrastructure FundingThe Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant (AFIG) Program provides
reimbursement grants for the installation of new or existing alternative
fuel infrastructure for fleet, workplace, residential, or public
refueling sites. Grants are available for reimbursement of 50% of the
cost, up to \$600,000, to install electric, hydrogen, propane, and
compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure. Eligible applicants
include Pennsylvania school districts, municipal authorities, political
subdivisions, non-profit entities, corporations, and limited liability
companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in the
Commonwealth. For more information, including grant guidelines and
current application periods, see the [AFIG
Program](http://www.dep.pa.gov/Citizens/GrantsLoansRebates/Alternative-Fuels-Incentive-Grant/Pages/default.aspx#.Vl9OeHarSUk)
website.
false12State Incentives2017-10-23 13:26:51 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTSTATION|OTHER
11881AZRegional Electric Vehicle (REV) West PlanArizona joined Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and
Wyoming (Signatory States) in signing the REV West [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_mou.pdf) (MOU)
to create an Intermountain West Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor that will
make it possible to seamlessly drive an EV across the Signatory States\'
major transportation corridors.

In 2019, the Signatory States signed a revised [REV West
MOU](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) to update
their EV corridor goals based on progress to date. Signatory States are
committed to:

- Educate consumers and fleet owners to raise EV awareness, reduce
range anxiety, and increase EV adoption;
- Coordinate on EV charging station locations to achieve a consistent
user experience across Signatory States;
- Use and promote the REV West [Voluntary Minimum
Standards](https://www.naseo.org/Data/Sites/1/revwest_volminimumstandards.pdf)
for EV charging stations and explore opportunities for implementing
the standards in Signatory States;
- Identify and develop opportunities to incorporate EV charging
stations into planning and development processes such as building
codes, metering policies, and renewable energy generation projects;
- Encourage EV manufacturers to stock and market a wide variety of EVs
within the Signatory States;
- Identify, respond to, and collaborate on funding opportunities to
support the development of the plan; and
- Support the build-out of direct current (DC) fast charging stations
along EV corridors through investments, partnerships, and other
mechanisms.

The Signatory States maintain a coordination group composed of senior
leadership from each state who meet on a quarterly basis and report on
the above actions. For more information, see the [REV
West](https://www.naseo.org/issues/transportation/rev-west) website.
2017-10-04 00:00:00 UTC2019-12-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse48Laws and Regulations2020-02-03 19:45:02 UTCELEC|PHEVREQ|OTHERSTATION|MAN|OTHER
11883CAVoluntary Vehicle Retirement and Replacement GrantsThe California Air Resources Board (CARB) will administer the Clean Cars
4 All Program (Program) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve air
quality, and benefit low-income residents through the retirement and
replacement of high-emission motor vehicles. The Program will be focused
on funding projects for the voluntary early retirement and replacement
from operation of passenger vehicles and light- and medium-duty trucks
primarily in disadvantaged communities, when possible, as defined by the
California Environmental Protection Agency. Compensation for low-income
eligible applicants may not be less than \$2,500. Compensation for other
eligible applicants may not exceed the compensation received by
low-income recipients. Eligible applicants that have received funding
for voluntary vehicle retirement under the California Bureau of
Automotive Repair\'s Consumer Assistance Program are eligible for
vehicle replacement funding under the Program. For more information, see
the CARB [Clean Cars 4 All](https://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/cc4a/cc4a.htm)
website. (Reference [California Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml)
44124.5-44125.5)
2018-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse183Laws and Regulations2017-11-08 17:38:21 UTCEFFECCCEINIT|OTHERINDhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|http://www.oal.ca.gov/
11884CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Pilot ProgramsThe California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) may provide funding
for pilot utility programs to install EVSE at school facilities, other
educational institutions, and state parks or beaches. Priority must be
given to locations in disadvantaged communities, as defined by the
California Environmental Protection Agency. For more information, see
the CPUC project
[guidance](http://docs.cpuc.ca.gov/SearchRes.aspx?docformat=ALL&docid=206663987)
and the CPUC [Zero Emission Vehicles](http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/zev/)
website. (Reference [California Public Utilities
Code](http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 740.13-740.14)
2017-10-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse53Laws and Regulations2017-11-08 17:45:48 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|FLEET|GOVhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml
11887CAPlug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Parking Space RegulationAn individual may not park a motor vehicle within any on- or off-street
parking space specifically designated by a local authority for parking
and charging PEVs unless the vehicle is a PEV fueled by electricity.
Eligible PEVs must be in the process of charging to park in the space. A
person found responsible for a violation is subject to traffic violation
penalties.

PEV parking spaces count as at least one space toward minimum parking
requirements.

(Reference [California Vehicle
Code](http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 22511)
2017-10-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse187Laws and Regulations2019-11-11 21:44:57 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|https://oal.ca.gov/
11888CAZero-Emission and Autonomous Vehicle Infrastructure SupportCities and counties that receive funding from the Road Maintenance and
Rehabilitation Program are encouraged to use funds towards advanced
transportation technologies and communication systems, including, but
not limited to, zero-emission vehicle fueling infrastructure and
infrastructure-to-vehicle communications for autonomous vehicles.
(Reference [California Streets and Highways
Code](http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 2030)
2017-04-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse227Laws and Regulations2017-11-08 18:44:45 UTCAUTONOMOUS|ELEC|HYAIRQEMISSIONSOTHERhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml
11900WIPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) FeesIn addition to standard registration fees, all-electric vehicle owners
must pay an annual fee of \$100. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle owners
must pay an annual fee of \$75. (Reference [Wisconsin
Statutes](http://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html) 341.25(1)(L))
2017-09-21 00:00:00 UTC2019-07-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse47Laws and Regulations2019-07-24 19:32:17 UTCELEC|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttps://legis.wisconsin.gov/|http://legis.wisconsin.gov/rsb/stats.html|https://legis.wisconsin.gov/
11911COColorado Electric Vehicle (EV) PlanThe Colorado Energy Office, Regional Air Quality Council, Department of
Public Health and Environment, and Department of Transportation created
the Colorado EV 2020 Plan (Plan). The Plan calls for Colorado to be a
leader in the EV market and accelerate the adoption of EVs by supporting
EV infrastructure along Colorado\'s corridors, including:

- Creating strategies and partnerships to create EV fast-charging
corridors;
- Coordinating with [Regional Electric Vehicle
West](https://www.afdc.energy.gov/laws/11869) memorandum of
understanding states;
- Developing strategic partnerships with utilities, local governments,
and other stakeholders;
- Updating signage and wayfinding requirements to include EV
fast-charging, and;
- Ensuring economic and tourism benefits of EV charging.

The Plan will be updated annually. For more information, see the
[Colorado EV
Plan](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-z-lNQMU0pymcTQEH8OvnemgTbwQnFhq/edit).
2018-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse39Laws and Regulations2018-02-08 19:28:58 UTCELEC|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONS|CCEINITOTHER
11921MNPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rates - Xcel EnergyXcel Energy offers two TOU rate options for residential customers that
own a PEV. The EV Accelerate at Home rate requires customers to choose
an eligible, separately metered Level 2 charger that Xcel Energy
installs and maintains. The Separate Meter rate only requires customers
to install a separate meter to measure electricity used for PEV
charging. For rate information, including eligibility requirements, see
Xcel Energy\'s [EV Rate
Options](https://ev.xcelenergy.com/ev-charging-programs) website.
false40Utility/Private Incentives2018-02-16 14:42:07 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
11925UTNon-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Rocky Mountain PowerRocky Mountain Power provides rebates to non-residential and
multi-family customers toward the purchase of Level 2 and direct current
(DC) fast EVSE. Customers installing Level 2 EVSE may receive a rebate
of 75% of equipment cost, up to \$1,000 for single port stations and
\$1,500 for multi-port stations. Customers installing DC fast EVSE may
receive a rebate of 75% of equipment and installation cost, up to
\$30,000 for single port stations and \$42,000 for multi-port stations.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional
terms and conditions apply. For more information, see the Rocky Mountain
Power [Utah Electric Vehicle
Incentives](https://www.rockymountainpower.net/savings-energy-choices/electric-vehicles.html)
website.
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11927FLElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Policies for CondominiumsCondominium associations may not prohibit or restrict the installation
or use of EVSE in a homeowner\'s designated parking space. Condominium
associations may put reasonable restrictions on EVSE, but the policies
may not significantly increase the cost of the EVSE or prohibit
installation. Homeowners may be required to comply with applicable
safety codes and architectural standards, engage a licensed installation
contractor, provide a certificate of insurance, and reimburse the cost
of any increased insurance premium associated with the EVSE. The
homeowner of the parking space equipped with EVSE is responsible for the
cost of the installation, operation, maintenance, repair, removal, or
replacement of the station, as well as any resulting damage to the EVSE
or surrounding area. (Reference [Florida
Statutes](http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/) 718.113)
2018-07-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse57Laws and Regulations2018-03-14 13:50:35 UTCELEC|PHEVRTCMUD|INDhttp://www.flsenate.gov/|http://www.flsenate.gov/Laws/
11931INElectric Drive Vehicle Registration FeePlug-in electric vehicle owners are required to pay an additional
registration fee of \$150, and plug-in hybrid and hybrid electric
vehicles are required to pay an additional registration fee of \$50. The
Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles will determine new fee amounts every
five years. (Reference [Indiana
Code](http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/) 9-18.1-5-12)
2017-04-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse90Laws and Regulations2018-03-21 15:01:51 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttp://iga.in.gov/|http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/
11934CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Burbank Water and Power (BWP)BWP provides rebates to commercial and residential customers toward the
purchase of Level 2 EVSE. Commercial or multi-unit dwelling customers
who purchase and install EVSE can receive up to \$15,000 per EVSE .
Commercial customers in disadvantaged communities are eligible for
higher rebate amounts.

Residential customers who install a charger can receive up to \$500 and
will be placed on BWP\'s time-of-use
[rate](https://www.burbankwaterandpower.com/electric/residential-electric-rates-and-charges).
Applications must be submitted no later than six months from the date of
purchase for commercial customers, and no later than four months for
residential customers.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis until funds
are exhausted. For program guidelines and application materials, see the
BWP [Residential Electric Vehicle Charger
Rebate](https://www.burbankwaterandpower.com/rebates-and-incentives) and
[Lead the Charge](https://www.burbankwaterandpower.com/leadthecharge)
websites.
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11939ORPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Adoption SupportTo support the state goal of at least 50,000 PEVs registered and
operating in Oregon by 2020, the Zero-Emission Vehicle Working Group
(Working Group) will develop goals and progress metrics for PEV
adoption. The Working Group will include representatives from the
Departments of Administrative Services, Energy, Transportation, and
Environmental Quality, and the Oregon Public Utility Commission. The
Working Group will aim to remove barriers to PEVs and PEV charging
stations and share information about their efforts with the public. For
more information, see the ODOT [Zero Emission Vehicle Working
Group](https://www.oregon.gov/energy/Get-Involved/Pages/ZEVIWG.aspx#:~:text=%E2%80%8B%E2%80%8BThe%20Zero%2DEmission,by%20the%20end%20of%202020.)
and [Go Electric Oregon](https://goelectric.oregon.gov/) websites.
(Reference [Executive
Order](https://www.oregon.gov/gov/Documents/executive_orders/eo_17-21.pdf)
17-21, 2017)
2017-11-06 00:00:00 UTCfalse43Laws and Regulations2018-04-11 15:45:55 UTCELEC|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONS|OTHEROTHERhttp://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx
11940ORVolkswagen (VW) Settlement AllocationThe Department Environmental Quality (DEQ), with the Oregon Department
of Transportation (ODOT), Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE), and Oregon
Health Authority Public Health Division, engaged stakeholders and
received public comments to inform the development of a plan to leverage
up to 15% of the [VW Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement)
to support vehicle electrification. The
[plan](https://www.oregon.gov/deq/FilterDocs/VWenviroMitPlanFS.pdf)
includes the development and maintenance of plug-in electric vehicle
charging stations, with a focus on rural and low-income communities.

ODOT, with ODOE, DEQ, the Public Utility Commission, and local
governments, must develop proposals for future 30-month investment
periods of Electrify America\'s Zero-Emission Vehicle Investment Plan.
More information can be found on the [Go Electric
Oregon](https://goelectric.oregon.gov/) website.

(Reference [Executive
Order](http://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx)
17-21, 2017)
2017-11-06 00:00:00 UTCfalse44Laws and Regulations2018-04-11 15:49:40 UTCELEC|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONSOTHERhttp://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx
11941ORElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Building Standards for New ConstructionBy July 1, 2022, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business
Services, Building Code Division, must amend the state building code to
require that 20% of parking spaces at all newly constructed commercial
buildings, multifamily residences with five or more units, and mixed-use
developments have the electrical capacity to support Level 2 EVSE. New
residential construction must be able to support the installation of one
Level 2 EVSE. (Reference [House
Bill](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/) 2180, 2021, and [Executive
Order](http://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx)
17-21, 2017)
2017-11-06 00:00:00 UTC2021-09-25 00:00:00 UTCfalse45Laws and Regulations2021-10-11 20:56:42 UTCELEC|PHEVBUILD|OTHERMUD|OTHERhttp://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx|https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/
11942OREstablishment of Recognition Programs for Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) AdoptionThe Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE) must design and establish
Governor\'s Awards for automobile dealerships to encourage sales of
PEVs. ODOE must also design and establish Governor\'s Awards for
businesses and organizations that support PEV adoption through
installing charging infrastructure and using PEVs in their fleets. More
information, including nomination forms, can be found on the [Go
Electric Oregon](https://goelectric.oregon.gov/) website. (Reference
[Executive
Order](http://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx)
17-21, 2017)
2017-11-06 00:00:00 UTCfalse49Laws and Regulations2018-04-11 15:54:29 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx
11943ORZero-Emission Buses SupportThe Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE), with the Oregon Department of
Transportation (ODOT), Public Utility Commission (PUC), Department of
Environmental Quality (DEQ), and the Department of Education, must
develop tools and provide assistance to school districts about using
zero-emission bus options when replacing school buses.

ODOT, with ODOE, PUC, and DEQ, must develop tools and best practices to
help transit agencies when making decisions about using zero-emission
buses in transit fleets. ODOT must also work with transit agencies,
ODOE, DEQ, and the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division to
access the environmental, public health, and financial benefits of an
accelerated transition to zero-emission buses.

For more information, see the ODOT [Transit Fleet
Electrification](https://www.oregon.gov/odot/rptd/pages/electrification.aspx)
website.

(Reference [Executive
Order](http://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx)
17-21, 2017)
2017-11-06 00:00:00 UTCfalse46Laws and Regulations2018-04-11 16:00:37 UTCELECAIRQEMISSIONSOTHERhttp://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx
11944MNPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Wind Energy Promotion - Great River EnergyGreat River Energy\'s Revolt initiative offers the ability to power a
PEV with 100% wind energy for the lifetime of the vehicle. The program
requires no additional cost, however standard or off-peak rates still
apply for the electricity used. For more information, see the Great
River Energy [Revolt](https://www.energywisemn.com/revolt) website.
false42Utility/Private Incentives2018-04-13 19:30:16 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|FLEET|GOV|IND
11951WAVolkswagen (VW) Settlement AllocationThe Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) will work with the
Office of the Governor and state agencies to select projects and
distribute funding to leverage 15% of Washington\'s portion of the [VW
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement)
for the acquisition, installation, operation, and maintenance of
light-duty zero-emission vehicle charging infrastructure.

Ecology will establish a competitive process to identify and select
projects to fund with the remaining 85% of the appropriation to maximize
total air pollution reduction and health benefits, improve air quality
in areas disproportionately affected by air pollution, leverage
additional matching funds, achieve substantial emission reduction beyond
what would occur absent the funding, accelerate fleet turnover to the
cleanest engines, and accelerate adoption of electric vehicles,
equipment, and vessels. As appropriate, Ecology will work with state
agencies to select projects and distribute funding. For more
information, see the Ecology [VW Enforcement
Action](https://ecology.wa.gov/About-us/How-we-operate/Grants-loans/Find-a-grant-or-loan/Volkswagen-enforcement-action-grants)
website.
2018-03-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse75Laws and Regulations2018-04-24 21:28:51 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONSOTHER
11954VTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebates - Green Mountain Power (GMP)GMP provides residential and business customers rebates of \$1,500 for
the purchase of a new all-electric vehicle, \$1,000 for the purchase of
a new plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, \$750 for the purchase of used
PEVs, and \$500 for the purchase of an electric motorcycle. Customers
with qualifying low and moderate household incomes are eligible for an
additional \$1,000 rebate. PEVs must have a manufacturer\'s suggested
retail price that is less than or equal to \$60,000. For more
information, see the GMP [Electric
Vehicles](https://greenmountainpower.com/rebates-programs/electric-vehicles/)
website.
false6Utility/Private Incentives2019-07-09 16:52:13 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHER|RBATEIND
11968NJZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportNew Jersey joined California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont in signing a
[memorandum of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the [Multi-State ZEV Task
Force](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
2018-05-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse21Laws and Regulations2018-06-25 19:41:39 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONSOTHER
11973CTHeavy-Duty Vehicle Emissions Reduction GrantsThe Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)
allocates a portion of its designated funds from the [Volkswagen (VW)
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement)
for the replacement or repower of eligible heavy-duty on-road vehicles
through its Diesel Emissions Mitigation Program (Program). The Program
provides funding in the following amounts:

Project Type Funding Amount for Public Entities Funding Amount for Private Entities
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------ -------------------------------------
All-electric repower, including associated charging infrastructure 65% of project costs 60% of project costs
Purchase of a new all-electric vehicle, including associated charging infrastructure 65% of project costs 60% of project costs
Repower of a new diesel or alternative fuel engine 45% of project costs 40% of project costs
Purchase of a new diesel or alternative fuel vehicle 35% of project costs 25% of project costs

Vehicles that qualify for replacement or repower include model year (MY)
1992-2009 class 8 port drayage trucks, MY 1992 class 4-8 local freight
trucks, and MY 2009 and older class 4-8 school buses, shuttle buses, and
transit buses.

For more information, including application periods, see the DEEP [VW
Grant
Information](https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Air/Mobile-Sources/VW/VW-Settlement---Grants)
website.
false18State Incentives2018-06-07 14:22:11 UTCAFTMKTCONV|ELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTMAN|FLEET
11985NVHeavy-Duty Vehicle Emissions Reduction GrantsThe Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) administers
Nevada\'s portion of the [Volkswagen (VW) Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement)
through the Nevada Diesel Emission Mitigation Fund. The fund assists
publicly- and privately-owned fleets with the replacement or repower of
model year 2009 or older medium- and heavy-duty diesel-powered vehicles.
Funding amounts vary based on vehicle, applicant, and fuel type. For
more information, including application periods and guidelines, see the
NDEP [VW Settlement Funds](https://ndep.nv.gov/air/vw-settlement)
website.
false3State Incentives2018-06-25 19:25:22 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|NG|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
11992PAMedium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicle RebatesThe Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) offers
rebates for the replacement or repower of Class 4-8 local freight trucks
and port drayage trucks, school buses, transit buses, and shuttle buses
with new diesel, electric, or alternative fuel vehicles or technologies.
Vehicles or engines being replaced or repowered must be scrapped in
accordance with program guidelines. Two funding options are available
based on fleet size. DEP must approve all project applications and will
process rebates on a first-come, first-served basis. This rebate program
is funded by Pennsylvania\'s portion of the [Volkswagen Environmental
Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including program guidelines, grant amounts, and
application periods, see the [Driving Pennsylvania
Forward](http://www.depgis.state.pa.us/DrivingPAForward/) website.
false4State Incentives2018-06-28 13:26:37 UTCAFTMKTCONV|EFFECRBATEFLEET|GOV
11994AZElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Salt River Project (SRP)SRP offers a rebate of \$1,500 per port for commercial, workplace, and
multifamily customers who install networked Level 2 EVSE. EVSE must be
installed between May 1, 2021, and April 30, 2022. To receive a rebate,
customers must apply on or before July 31, 2022. Applicants may receive
a maximum of 50 rebates per program year. Funds will be awarded on a
first-come, first-served basis. For more information, including how to
apply, see the SRP [Business EV Charger
Rebate](https://savewithsrpbiz.com/rebates/evcharger.aspx) website.
false47Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-11 15:20:12 UTC2022-07-31 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|PURCH|FLEET
11995NHPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebates - New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC)NHEC offers residential customers a rebate of \$1,000 for the purchase
or lease of a new or used electric vehicle, \$600 for the purchase or
lease of a new or used plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, and \$300 for
the purchase or lease of a new or used electric motorcycle. PEVs must be
purchased or leased between January 1, 2021, and December 31, 2021. For
more information, including how to apply, see the NHEC [Drive
Electric](https://www.nhec.com/drive-electric/#/find/nearest) website.
false25Utility/Private Incentives2018-07-06 20:56:49 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
11996NHElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC)NHEC offers residential customers a rebate of \$300 to install Level 2
EVSE. Customers may receive a maximum of two rebates. For more
information, including eligibility requirements and how to apply, see
the NHEC [Drive
Electric](https://www.nhec.com/drive-electric/#/find/nearest) website.
false28Utility/Private Incentives2018-07-06 20:58:23 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|IND
11997NHPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC)NHEC offers a TOU rate to residential customers that own or lease a PEV.
Customers must be able to separately meter PEV charging. For more
information, see the NHEC [Drive
Electric](https://www.nhec.com/drive-electric/#/find/nearest) website.
false30Utility/Private Incentives2018-07-06 20:59:59 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
11999CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive Program SupportThe California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), funded
by the California Energy Commission, provides guidance and funding for
property owners to develop and implement EVSE incentive programs that
help meet regional needs for Level 2 and direct current (DC) fast EVSE.
Level 2 EVSE must be ENERGY STAR certified. CALeVIP evaluates proposed
EVSE incentive programs and solicits input from stakeholders to guide
the development and implementation of the programs. CALeVIP also
provides the incentive funding for each program. For more information,
see the [CALeVIP](https://calevip.org/) website.
false14State Incentives2018-07-09 19:13:39 UTCELEC|PHEVGNT|OTHERSTATION|OTHER
12002NYPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Charging Infrastructure SupportThe New York Power Authority (NYPA) EVolve NY program has allocated up
to \$250 million to support PEVs and address charging infrastructure
gaps throughout the state. EVolve NY will implement this funding in
phases. The initial phase directs \$40 million to fund three initiatives
through 2019, including programs for interstate direct current (DC) fast
chargers, airport charging hubs, and PEV model communities. NYPA must
post on their website a [report](https://www.nypa.gov/library) by
January 31 annually on the activities undertaken, including the total
number of electric vehicle supply equipment supported and the total
costs allocated. For more information, see the NYPA [EVolve
NY](https://evolveny.nypa.gov/) website. (Reference [New York
Consolidated Laws](https://www.nysenate.gov/legislation/laws) Public
Authorities Section 1005(18), 1005(23), and 1005(24e))
2019-04-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse24Laws and Regulations2018-07-09 19:23:27 UTCELEC|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONS|OTHERSTATION|OTHER|INDhttps://nyassembly.gov/
12003VTHeavy-Duty Vehicle Emissions Reduction GrantsThrough the Vermont Diesel Emissions Reduction Grants Program, the
Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) provides funding
to local, state and regional agencies or departments, businesses,
institutions, and nonprofit organizations for projects focused on
reducing emissions from diesel engines and vehicles. Qualifying
heavy-duty vehicles include buses and Class 5-8 trucks. Projects
eligible for funding are as follows:

- Verified emission control technologies;
- Verified idle reduction technologies;
- Verified aerodynamic technologies and low rolling resistance tires;
- Certified engine replacements;
- Alternative fuel conversions; and
- Certified vehicle or equipment replacements.

All technologies and engines must be certified by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency. Alternative fuels include, but are not limited to,
natural gas, propane, and electricity. Cost share requirements vary by
project. For more information, including application details, see the
DEC [Vermont Diesel Emissions Reduction
Grants](http://dec.vermont.gov/air-quality/mobile-sources/diesel-emissions/vt-diesel-grant)
website.
false5State Incentives2018-07-09 19:34:22 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ELEC|HY|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12005CTLoans for Residential Charging or Natural Gas Fueling InfrastructureThe Connecticut Green Bank offers Smart-E low-interest loans for
Connecticut PEV drivers to purchase Level 2 and DC fast electric vehicle
supply equipment (EVSE) or natural gas vehicle fueling equipment. To
qualify, applicants must own and occupy the residence at which the EVSE
or fueling equipment will be installed. For more information, see the
Connecticut Green Bank [Smart-E
Loans](https://ctgreenbank.com/programs/smart-e-loans/) website.
false22State Incentives2018-07-09 20:00:32 UTCELEC|NG|PHEVLOANSSTATION|IND
12018VTElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Credits - Vermont Electric Co-op (VEC)VEC offers a bill credit of \$500 per connector, up to \$2,000, to VEC
member businesses and public entities that install Level 2 or direct
current (DC) fast EVSE after July 2, 2017. To qualify, the EVSE must be
available for public use.

VEC also offers residential customers a \$250 bill credit for the
purchase of a Level 2 EVSE. Members with eligible chargers may receive
an additional \$50 incentive for participating. For more information,
including additional restrictions and how to apply, see the VEC [Energy
Transformation
Program](https://vermontelectric.coop/energy-transformation-programs)
website.
false22Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-11 12:19:14 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET
12020MEDiesel Emission Reduction Project FundingThe Maine Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) is accepting
applications for funding of heavy-duty on-road new diesel or alternative
fuel repowers and replacements, as well as off-road all-electric
repowers and replacements. Both government and non-government entities
are eligible for funding. Vehicles that qualify for replacement or
repower include:

- Model Year (MY) 1992-2009 Class 8 local freight trucks and port
drayage trucks;
- MY 1992-2009 Class 4-7 local freight trucks;
- MY 2009 or older Class 4-8 school buses, shuttle buses, and transit
buses;
- Forklifts with greater than 8,000 pounds of lift capacity;
- Port cargo handling equipment; and
- High emissions diesel-powered or spark ignition airport ground
support equipment.

Eligible alternative fuels include, but are not limited to, compressed
natural gas, propane, and electricity. This grant program is funded by
Maine\'s portion of the [Volkswagen (VW) Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including how to apply, see the MaineDOT
[Applications for Funding](https://www1.maine.gov/mdot/vw/application/)
website.
false10State Incentives2018-08-08 15:55:47 UTCAFTMKTCONV|ELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12027NCEVSE Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - Randolph Electric Membership Corporation (EMC)Randolph EMC\'s Electric Vehicle Utility Program (REVUP) offers
residential customers a rebate of \$500 for the purchase of qualified
Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). Rebates are available
to the first 50 applicants on a first-come, first served basis. REVUP
also offers a TOU rate to residential customers that own or lease a
plug-in electric vehicle. For more information, including eligibility
requirements, see the
[REVUP](https://randolphemc.com/revup-electric-vehicle-program) website.
false25Utility/Private Incentives2018-08-09 16:24:18 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATE|TOUSTATION|IND
12031WVAlternative Fuel Use PromotionThe West Virginia Public Service Commission (PSC) ) does not have
jurisdiction over the sale of alternative fuels by non-utilities. The
PSC authorizes ratemaking allowances for public utilities to encourage
the use of alternative fuels in new demonstration technologies,
including alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs). AFVs included those using
natural gas, methanol, or electricity as the primary fuel. (Reference
[West Virginia Code](http://www.legis.state.wv.us/WVCODE/Code.cfm)
24-2D-1 through 24-2D-3)
2015-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse47Laws and RegulationsELEC|NG|PHEVREQ|UTILITYSTATION|OTHERhttp://www.wvlegislature.gov/index.cfm
12035NHElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) and Hydrogen Fueling Station SignageThe New Hampshire Department of Transportation (DOT) must coordinate
with the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway
Administration (FHWA) to ensure that EVSE signage on federal highways in
the state is uniform. In addition, DOT must develop signage for EVSE and
hydrogen fueling stations that is consistent with FHWA\'s Manual on
Uniform Traffic Control Devices for use on state roads. (Reference [New
Hampshire Revised
Statutes](http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html)
236:133)
2018-08-11 00:00:00 UTCfalse11Laws and Regulations2018-09-07 13:29:52 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|OTHERhttps://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/|http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html
12039NHPublic Utility RequirementsPublic utilities must consider whether to implement plug-in electric
vehicle time-of-use rates for residential and commercial customers. In
their determination, they must consider whether implementing these rates
would encourage energy conservation, optimal use of facilities and
resources by an electric company, and equitable rates for customers.
(Reference [New Hampshire Revise
Statutes](http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html)
236:133)
2018-08-11 00:00:00 UTCfalse15Laws and Regulations2018-09-07 13:51:32 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|OTHERhttp://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html
12040NHPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Parking RequirementAn individual may not park a motor vehicle in a parking space equipped
with a public electric vehicle charging station unless the vehicle is a
PEV. (Reference [New Hampshire Revise
Statutes](http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html)
236:134)
2018-08-11 00:00:00 UTCfalse16Laws and Regulations2018-09-07 13:53:35 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERINDhttp://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/indexes/default.html
12041RILow-Speed Vehicle Access to Roadways - City of NewportA low-speed vehicle may operate on the roadways of the City of Newport
as a commercial jitney service between the hours of 6am and 12am. A
low-speed vehicle may not operate on a street or highway with a posted
speed limit greater than 25 miles per hour (mph), but it may cross a
street or highway with a posted speed limit greater than 35 mph. For the
purpose of this regulation, a low-speed vehicle is defined as a
self-propelled, electric, or gas powered motor vehicle that is designed
to carry no more than eight passengers; is designed to be and is
operated at speeds of not more than 25 mph; and conforms to the maximum
safety equipment requirements and standards specified in Title 49 of the
[U.S. Code of Federal
Regulations](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/cfr), section
571.500. (Reference [Rhode Island General
Laws](http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/) 31-19.5-1)
2018-07-02 00:00:00 UTCfalse47Laws and Regulations2018-09-07 14:40:26 UTCNEVSDRESTFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.rilin.state.ri.us/Pages/Default.aspx|http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/
12042DEElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Delaware Electric Cooperative (DEC)DEC offers a one-time \$200 rebate, in the form of a billing credit and
an additional \$5 monthly billing credit to customers if they do not
charge their plug-in electric vehicles during Beat the Peak alerts. For
more information, including eligibility requirements, see the DEC [Beat
the Peak](https://www.delaware.coop/btp/electric-vehicles) website.
false10Utility/Private Incentives2019-04-05 14:26:55 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHER|RBATEIND
12043CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Southern CaliforniaThe Southern California Incentive Project, funded by the California
Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle
Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates of up to \$70,000 per
direct current (DC) fast EVSE installation at new sites and 75% of total
project costs, and up to \$40,000, per DC fast EVSE installation at
replacement or make-ready sites. Installations in disadvantaged
communities are eligible for rebates for 80% of the total project cost,
up to \$80,000 per DC fast EVSE, regardless of installation site type.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and
applicants must reserve rebates prior to purchasing and installing EVSE.
Eligible applicants include businesses, non-profit organizations,
California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American
Heritage Commission, or public or government entities. Qualifying
installation sites must be accessible 24 hours a day and be located in
Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, or San Bernardino
County. For more information, including funding availability, see the
[Southern California Incentive
Project](https://calevip.org/incentive-project/southern-california)
website.
false71State Incentives2018-09-07 21:02:26 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV
12044CAMulti-Unit Dwelling (MUD) and Workplace Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentives - PG&EPacific Gas & Electric\'s (PG&E) Electric Vehicle (EV) Charge Network
Program provides installation support and funding for multi-unit
dwellings and workplaces in the PG&E territory to install PG&E approved
EVSE in parking areas. To qualify, facilities must equip at least ten
adjoining parking spaces with EVSE. Eligible expenses include the cost
of installation and a portion of the EVSE unit cost, up to \$2,300 per
port. For more information, including funding availability, see the PG&E
[EV Charge Network
Program](https://www.pge.com/en_US/business/solar-and-vehicles/your-options/clean-vehicles/charging-stations/program-participants/program-participants.page)
website.
false108Utility/Private Incentives2018-09-07 21:05:48 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHER|RBATESTATION|FLEET
12045CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - SCESouthern California Edison\'s (SCE) Charge Ready Program offers customer
rebates for businesses, government organizations, and property owners to
install EVSE at business, public sector, or multi-unit dwelling
locations. Rebate amounts vary, and sites located in disadvantaged
communities are eligible for additional rebates. For more information,
including eligibility requirements and funding availability, see the SCE
[Charge Ready
Program](https://www.sce.com/business/electric-cars/Charge-Ready)
website.
false114Utility/Private Incentives2018-09-07 21:09:14 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV|MUD
12046MAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Discount - Braintree Electric Light Department (BELD)BELD offers customers a discount of \$250 for the purchase of a
qualified Level 2 EVSE. To qualify, customers must enroll in the Bring
Your Own Charger Program. Additional terms and conditions apply. For
more information, including eligible EVSE criteria, see the BELD
[Charging Incentives](https://braintree-ev.ene.org/) website.
false18Utility/Private Incentives2018-09-07 21:13:49 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|IND
12047MAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Incentive - Braintree Electric Light Department (BELD)BELD's Smart Charging Program offers a bill credit of \$8 per month to
customers that charge their PEVs during off-peak hours.. Additional
terms and conditions apply. For more information, see the BELD [Rebates
and Incentives
(Charging)](https://braintree-ev.ene.org/charging-guide/rebates-and-incentives-charging/)
website.
false19Utility/Private Incentives2018-09-07 21:14:47 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|IND
12052OHCommercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive Program - AEP OhioAmerican Electric Power (AEP) Ohio offers financial incentives for the
hardware, network services, and installation of eligible Level 2 and
direct current (DC) fast EVSE. Incentives are available in varying
amounts to all non-residential customers. EVSE must be installed at a
workplace, government facility, multi-unit dwelling, or other publicly
available charging location served by AEO Ohio. . Customers in income
eligible census tracts may qualify for greater incentives. For more
information, including the incentive amounts and eligible EVSE, see the
AEP [Equipment Charging
Incentives](https://www.aepohio.com/clean-energy/electric-cars/business/ev-charging%20)
website.
false45Utility/Private Incentives2018-09-10 13:46:03 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHER|RBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV
12053OKAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Infrastructure Grants for Public FleetsUnder the Creating Long-term Energy Alternatives Now by Advancing
Improvements Regionally (CLEAN AIR) Grants program, the Association of
Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) issues grants for alternative fuel
and advanced technology vehicle projects in the Oklahoma City Area
Regional Transportation Study (OCARTS) area. Projects must provide a
reduction in vehicle equipment emissions and cannot increase the number
of vehicles in applicant fleets. Eligible projects may also include AFV
fueling station or charging infrastructure. Eligible applicants include
OCARTS-member governments, certain public trusts and public authorities
providing essential services to OCARTS-member governments, member entity
public transit fleets, and to public school fleets whose district
boundaries are contained partially or wholly within the OCARTS area. For
more information, including open solicitations, see the ACOG [CLEAN AIR
Grants for Public
Fleets](http://www.okcleancities.org/acog-clean-air-grants-public-fleets)
website.
false64Utility/Private Incentives2018-09-10 13:53:14 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HY|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTSTATION|FLEET|GOV|TRANS
12060CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate - Pasadena Water and Power (PWP)PWP provides rebates of \$250 to residential customers who purchase or
lease an eligible new or used PEV. An additional \$250 is available for
eligible PEVs purchased or leased from a Pasadena dealership. Customers
participating in PWP\'s income-qualifying programs may also qualify for
an additional \$1,000 rebate, for a total of \$1,500. Additional terms
and conditions apply. For more information, see the PWP [Residential
Electric Vehicle and Charger Incentive
Program](https://ww5.cityofpasadena.net/water-and-power/residentialevrebate/)
website.
false116Utility/Private Incentives2018-09-12 21:03:35 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12063UTAlternative Fuel Vehicle Registration FeesBeginning in 2021, all-electric vehicle (EV), plug-in hybrid electric
vehicle (PHEV), and hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) owners are required to
pay an additional registration fee as follows:

::: {align="center"}
Registration Fee
------ ------------------
EV \$120
PHEV \$52
HEV \$20
:::

Owners of a vehicles powered by a fuel other than motor fuel, diesel
fuel, electricity, natural gas, or propane are required to pay an
additional \$120 registration fee. A six-month registration option with
fees at prorated amounts is also available.

(Reference [Utah Code](https://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 41-1a-1206)
2018-03-22 00:00:00 UTCfalse20Laws and Regulations2018-09-20 21:20:52 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|OTHER|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttps://le.utah.gov/|https://le.utah.gov/
12065MNResidential Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Pilot Program - Xcel EnergyXcel Energy offers a pilot program for residential customers who own or
lease a PEV. The program provides discounted Level 2 electric vehicle
supply equipment, installation, and charging costs. For more
information, including enrollment, see the Xcel Energy [EV Service
Pilot](https://www.xcelenergy.com/energy_portfolio/innovation/electric_vehicles/ev_service_pilot)
website.
false41Utility/Private Incentives2018-10-02 20:38:18 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|IND
12066WIHeavy-Duty Transit Bus GrantsThe Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA) offers grants for the
replacement of eligible public transit buses. Funding is available for
the replacement and scrapping of model year 1992-2009 heavy-duty public
transit buses with new replacement diesel or alternative fueled buses.
The program is funded by Wisconsin's portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including how to apply, see the DOA [VW Mitigation
Program](https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/vwsettlementwisconsin.aspx) website.
false10State Incentives2018-10-02 20:41:05 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV|TRANS
12069CAZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) and Near-ZEV Weight ExemptionZEVs and near-ZEVs may exceed the state\'s gross vehicle weight limits
by an amount equal to the difference of the weight of the near-zero
emission or zero emission powertrain and the weight of a comparable
diesel tank and fueling system, up to 2,000 pounds. A ZEV is defined as
a vehicle that produces no criteria pollutant, toxic air contaminant, or
greenhouse gas emissions when stationary or operating. A near-ZEV is a
vehicle that uses zero emission technologies, uses technologies that
provide a pathway to zero emission operations, or incorporates other
technologies that significantly reduce vehicle emissions. (Reference
[California Business and Professions
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 12725 and
[California Vehicle
Code](http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 35551)
2018-09-20 00:00:00 UTCfalse23State Incentives2018-10-10 12:58:42 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEVEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml
12072VTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) AnalysisThe Vermont Public Utility Commission (Commission) completed a report
that evaluated PEVs and PEV charging in the state. The Commission was to
provide public notice, opportunity for submission of written comments,
and one or more workshops on PEVs before the evaluation is conducted. In
its report, the Commission was required to include analysis and
recommendations on the following topics regarding electric vehicle
supply equipment (EVSE) owned by electric utilities:

- Removal of barriers to EVSE installation, including strategies to
reduce operating costs for EVSE users;
- Strategies to manage the impact of PEV charging on the electric
transmission and distribution system;
- Strategies to facilitate the services provided by PEVs to the
electric transmission and distribution system;
- Benefits and costs to the electric system of PEV charging, electric
utility planning for PEV charging, and rate design for PEV charging;
and
- The role of electric utilities with respect to the deployment and
operation of EVSE.

For EVSE owned or operated by non-utility entities, the Commission was
also to report on its analysis and recommendations for:

- How and when these EVSE stations will obtain electricity;
- Safety standards for EVSE;
- The role of the Commission and other relevant state agencies in
managing these EVSE;
- Regulations, if any, on pricing structures for EVSE, including
transparency to the consumer of any rates or prices; and
- Billing and complaint procedures for EVSE.

The Commission also was to consider:

- Options for PEV drivers to contribute toward the cost of maintaining
the State\'s transportation infrastructure;
- The accuracy of electric metering and submetering technology for PEV
charging;
- Strategies to encourage PEV adoption and achieve the State\'s
Comprehensive Energy Plan and greenhouse gas reduction goals; and
- Any other topics that the Commission believes are relevant to fair,
cost-effective, and accessible PEV charging.

The Commission published a
[report](https://puc.vermont.gov/sites/psbnew/files/doc_library/Electric%20vehicles%20report.pdf)
with its findings on June 27, 2019 and a
[report](https://puc.vermont.gov/sites/psbnew/files/doc_library/EV-Supplemental-Report.pdf)
with supplemental findings on December 13, 2019.
2018-05-21 00:00:00 UTCfalse60Laws and Regulations2019-07-09 17:08:18 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttps://legislature.vermont.gov/
12073TXCommercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Austin EnergyAustin Energy offers commercial customers a rebate for 50% of the cost
to install qualified EVSE at workplaces and multi-unit dwellings (MUD).
Applicants that install Level 1 and Level 2 EVSE may receive up to
\$4,000, and applicants that install direct current fast (DC Fast) EVSE
may receive up to \$10,000. EVSE installed in MUDs must be accessible to
all residents. For more information, see the Austin Energy [Workplace
Charging](https://austinenergy.com/ae/green-power/plug-in-austin/workplace-charging)
and [Multifamily
Charging](https://austinenergy.com/ae/green-power/plug-in-austin/multifamily-charging)
websites.
false72Utility/Private Incentives2018-10-10 15:56:01 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|MUDhttps://austinenergy.com/ae/green-power/plug-in-austin/workplace-charging|https://austinenergy.com/ae/green-power/plug-in-austin/multifamily-charging
12075TXPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Pilot Program - CPS EnergyCPS offers residential customers that own a PEV a flat electricity rate
of \$96 annually per PEV. For more information, see the CPS Energy
[Electric
Vehicles](https://www.cpsenergy.com/en/about-us/programs-services/electric-vehicles/ev-charging-solutions.html)
website.
false76Utility/Private Incentives2018-10-10 16:00:41 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttps://www.cpsenergy.com/en/about-us/programs-services/electric-vehicles/ev-charging-solutions.html
12081OKAlternative Fuel School Bus and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate ProgramThe Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) offers rebates
for projects that repower or replace an actively used, engine model year
2009 or older, diesel school bus with an alternative fuel. Eligible
alternative fuels and technologies include all-electric, electric
hybrid, propane, and natural gas. Applicants may receive rebates of up
to 50% of project costs. Charging infrastructure for electric buses is
eligible for funding, but is subject to a per-charger maximum and
project cap. The program is funded by Oklahoma\'s portion of the
[Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
Applications must be submitted through Oklahoma's Clean Diesel Program.
For more information, maximum rebate amounts, funding availability, and
application deadlines, see the DEQ [Alternative Fuel School Bus
Program](https://www.deq.ok.gov/air-quality-division/air-grants-funding-programs/)
website.
false6State Incentives2018-10-29 19:41:58 UTCELEC|HEV|NG|LPGRBATESTATION|MAN|FLEET|GOV
12085NEAll-Electric Vehicle (EV) and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - OPPDOmaha Public Power District (OPPD) offers residential customers rebates
of \$2,500 toward the purchase of a new EV and qualified Level 2 EVSE.
Participants must purchase the EVSE through OPPD. Eligible EVs and EVSE
must be purchased after July 1, 2021. Rebates are available on a
first-come, first-served basis. For more information, including rebate
availability, see the OPPD [EV Rebate
Program](https://www.oppd.com/residential/products-services/electric-vehicle-ev-rebate-program/)
website.
false38Utility/Private Incentives2019-07-01 15:41:22 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|IND
12089DCAlternative Fuel Vehicle and Infrastructure SupportThe Green Finance Authority (Authority) supports private investment in
clean transportation projects, including alternative fuel vehicles and
infrastructure. The Authority Board, established by the Authority Fund,
manages the Authority, and authorizes the Authority to issue bonds. The
Authority must publish an annual report. (Reference [District of
Columbia Code](https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/) 8-173.01
through 8-173.64)
2018-07-02 00:00:00 UTCfalse38Laws and Regulations2018-11-02 18:51:33 UTCELEC|OTHER|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttps://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code
12091CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate - Antelope ValleyThe Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (AVAQMD) offers
rebates of up to \$1,000 to residents toward the purchase or lease of a
new all-electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. PEVs purchased or
leased outside of the AVAQMD jurisdiction are eligible for half of the
rebate amount. For more information, including how to apply, see the
[AVAQMD](https://avaqmd.ca.gov/alternative-fuel-vehicle-program)
website.
false72State Incentives2020-11-13 14:18:27 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12092CAClean Vehicle Rebate - El Dorado CountyTThe El Dorado County Air Quality Management District (EDC AQMD) offers
rebates of up to \$599 to residents toward the purchase or lease of a
new zero emission vehicle (ZEV) or partial-ZEV, as defined by the
California Air Resources Board. To qualify, vehicles must be owned or
leased for at least three years within El Dorado County. For more
information, including eligibility requirements, see the EDC AQMD
[Grants and
Incentives](https://www.edcgov.us/Government/AirQualityManagement/Pages/grants_and_incentive_refunds.aspx)
website.
false74State Incentives2018-11-12 17:43:45 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEVRBATEIND
12098CAHeavy-Duty Truck Emission Reduction Grants - San Joaquin ValleyThe San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD)
administers the Truck Replacement Program, which provides funding for
fleets to replace old vehicles with lower emitting vehicles or to
purchase new zero emission, hybrid, or low oxides of nitrogen (NOx)
vehicles. Funding is available for the following projects:

- Replacement of model year (MY) 2009 or older diesel trucks with new
trucks that meet or exceed the 2010 NOx emissions standard;
- Replacement of MY 2010 or newer trucks with new zero emission,
hybrid, or low-NOx trucks; and
- Purchase of new zero emission, hybrid, or low-NOx trucks.

Incentive amounts vary by weight class and fuel type. Fleets may receive
up to 35% of the vehicle cost for new diesel trucks. To qualify,
eligible trucks for replacement must be garaged in the SJVAPCD and have
operated at least 75% of the time in California and 50% of the time in
the SJVAPCD for the previous two years. New replacement trucks must be
operated in California 90% to 100% of the time and within the SJVAPCD
50% of the time. For more information, including application
requirements, see the SJVAPCD [Truck Replacement
Program](http://valleyair.org/grants/truck-replacement.htm) website.
false101State Incentives2018-11-13 16:13:05 UTCELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12100CAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Technical Training - San Joaquin ValleyThe San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD)
administers the Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Mechanic Training
Program, which provides incentives of up to \$15,000 per fiscal year to
educate personnel on the mechanics, operation safety, and maintenance of
AFVs, fueling stations, and tools involved in the implementation of
alternative fuel technologies. For more information, see the SJVAPCD
[AFV Mechanic Training
Component](http://valleyair.org/grants/mechanictraining.htm) website.
false103State IncentivesELEC|HY|NG|PHEVGNTSTATION|MAN|FLEET|GOV|OTHER
12101CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates for Businesses - SMUDSacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) offers rebates to
commercial customers for the purchase and installation of Level 2 EVSE
and direct current (DC) fast EVSE at their workplace or multi-unit
dwelling (MUD). Eligible applicants may receive up to \$30,000 per DC
Fast EVSE, \$4,500 per port for a Level 2 EVSE. For more information,
including eligibility requirements and how to apply, see the SMUD
[Business Electric
Vehicles](https://www.smud.org/en/Going-Green/Electric-Vehicles/Business)
and [Sacramento County Incentive
Project](https://calevip.org/incentive-project/sacramento-county-incentive-project)
websites.
false103Utility/Private Incentives2018-11-13 16:34:41 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET
12102CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Alameda Municipal Power (AMP)AMP provides rebates of up to \$800 to residential customers and up to
\$5,000 to commercial customers toward the purchase of Level 2 EVSE.
Commercial customers are also eligible for a \$500 rebate for every
additional port, up to \$3,000. Customers may apply for multiple rebates
at a time. Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information,
see the AMP [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.alamedamp.com/349/Electric-Vehicles) website.
false122Utility/Private Incentives2018-11-13 16:43:23 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|IND
12103CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - Anaheim Public Utilities (APU)APU provides rebates for residential, commercial, industrial, and
municipal customers for the purchase and installation of Level 2 or
Direct Current (DC) fast EVSE. Rebates are available in the following
amounts:

Customer Type Access Maximum Rebate Amount per EVSE
-------------------------------------------------- --------- --------------------------------
Residential, Multi-Unit Dwelling, and Commercial Private \$1,000
School and Affordable Housing Public \$10,000
Commercial and Municipal Level 2 Public \$5,000
Commercial and Municipal DC Fast Public \$10,000

Program participants may also receive up to \$5,000 for sub-meter
installation fees, \$1,500 for city permit fees, and \$2,000 for
electric panel upgrade services. Additional terms and conditions apply.
For more information, including how to apply, see the APU [Personal EV
Charger Rebate](http://www.anaheim.net/593/Personal-EV-Charger-Rebate)
and [Public EV Charger
Rebate](http://www.anaheim.net/3312/Public-EV-Charger-Rebate) websites.
false124Utility/Private Incentives2019-11-12 13:51:26 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV|IND
12105CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Reduction - Alameda Municipal Power (AMP)AMP offers a discounted rate to customers for electricity used to charge
PEVs. Discounts vary depending on the gross vehicle weight rating of the
vehicle. For more information, see the AMP [Electric Vehicles
Discount](https://www.alamedamp.com/349/Electric-Vehicles) website.
false146Utility/Private Incentives2018-11-13 16:54:22 UTCNEVS|PHEVOTHERPURCH|FLEET|GOV|IND
12106CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Reduction - Azusa Light & WaterAzusa Light & Water offers a \$0.05 per kilowatt-hour (kWh) discount for
electricity used to charge PEVs during off peak times. Customers must
use a minimum of 50 kWh to receive the discount. For more information,
see the Azusa Light & Water [Schedule
EV](https://www.ci.azusa.ca.us/1191/Schedule-EV) website.
false147Utility/Private Incentives2018-11-13 17:09:55 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERPURCH|GOV|IND
12107CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Reduction - Burbank Water and Power (BWP)BWP offers a discounted rate to residential or multi-family customers
for electricity used to charge PEVs. Customers must remain on the PEV
time-of-use rate for a minimum of one year. For more information, see
the BWP [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.burbankwaterandpower.com/electric/rates-and-charges)
website.
false148Utility/Private Incentives2018-11-13 17:11:55 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|PURCH|IND
12110IDMedium- and Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Replacement RebatesThe Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (IDEQ) offers rebates for
the replacement of qualified medium- and heavy-duty diesel vehicles with
new diesel or alternative fuel vehicles. Rebates are available for
medium- and heavy-duty trucks, school, shuttle, and transit buses,
freight switchers, airport ground support equipment, forklifts, and port
cargo handling equipment. Vehicles must meet model year requirements,
which vary by vehicle type. Funding amounts are based on vehicle type,
fuel type (e.g., diesel, alternative fuel, all-electric), and applicant
type (e.g., government, non-government). Funding is competitively
awarded, and special consideration is given for projects located in air
quality priority areas, areas with higher impact on sensitive
populations, and oxides of nitrogen priority counties. The program is
funded by Idaho\'s portion of the [Volkswagen (VW) Environmental
Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including program guidance and the application,
see the IDEQ [VW
Settlement](https://www.deq.idaho.gov/air-quality/improving-air-quality/volkswagen-and-diesel-funding/)
website.
false3State Incentives2018-11-13 17:28:05 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|LPGRBATEFLEET|GOV
12111CAEmissions Reduction Requirements for Transportation Network Companies (TNCs)Through the California Clean Miles Standard and Incentive Program
(Program), the California Air Resources Board (CARB) will establish
annual emissions reduction targets for TNCs, including goals for
increasing the number of miles traveled using zero emission vehicles.
CARB must adopt targets and goals for the Program by January 1, 2021, to
be implemented beginning in 2023. By January 1, 2022, and every two
years thereafter, each TNC must develop a greenhouse gas emissions
reduction plan, including proposals on how the company will meet the
Program's requirements. A TNC is defined as an organization that
provides prearranged transportation services for compensation using an
online application or platform to connect passengers with drivers using
a personal vehicle. For more information, see CARB's [Clean Miles
Standard](https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/clean-miles-standard?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery)
website. (Reference [California Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 44274.4, and
[California Public Utilities
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 5431 and
5450)
2018-09-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse170Laws and Regulations2018-11-13 17:39:58 UTCEFFECCCEINITOTHERhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml
12112CAEstablishment of Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) and Near-ZEV Component RebatesThe California Air Resources Board (CARB) will establish the Zero
Emission Assurance Project (ZAP) to offer rebates for the replacement of
a battery, fuel cell, or other related vehicle component for eligible
used ZEVs and near-ZEVs. Rebates will be limited to one per vehicle. By
January 1, 2024, CARB must publish a report to the legislature detailing
the number of rebates awarded, the emissions benefits of the ZAP, and
the impacts of the ZAP on low-income consumer decisions to purchase zero
and near-zero emissions vehicles. A ZEV is defined as a vehicle that
produces no criteria pollutant, toxic air contaminant, or greenhouse gas
emissions when stationary or operating. A near-ZEV is a vehicle that
uses zero emission technologies, uses technologies that provide a
pathway to zero emission operations, or incorporates other technologies
that significantly reduce vehicle emissions. Rebates will be available
through July 31, 2025. (Reference [California Health and Safety
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml/) 44274.9)
2018-09-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse171Laws and Regulations2018-11-13 17:45:14 UTC2025-07-31 00:00:00 UTC2026-01-01 00:00:00 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVOTHERFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml
12114CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Location AssessmentThe State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission
(Commission), in partnership with the California Air Resources Board
(CARB), must assess whether EVSE in California is located
disproportionately by population density, geographical area, or
population income level. If the Commission and CARB determine that EVSE
has been disproportionately installed, the Commission must use funding
from the Clean Transportation Program, as well as other funding sources,
to proportionately install new EVSE, unless it is determined that the
current locations of EVSE are reasonable and further California's energy
or environmental policy goals. (Reference [California Public Resources
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 25231)
2018-09-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse178Laws and Regulations2018-11-13 18:07:29 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml|http://www.oal.ca.gov/
12115CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) SupportThe Public Utilities Commission must consider the following to support
PEVs in California:

- Strategies to facilitate the development of technologies that
promote grid integration, including technologies with submetering
capabilities for residential PEV chargers, if implementing these
technologies is in the interest of ratepayers;
- Policies that support the development of technologies and rate
strategies that reduce the impact of demand charges of PEV drivers
and fleets and to accelerate the adoption of PEVs; and
- A tariff specific to heavy-duty PEV fleets that encourages PEV
charging when there is excess grid capacity.

(Reference [California Public Utilities
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 740.15)
2018-09-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse226Laws and Regulations2018-11-13 18:26:10 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/|http://www.oal.ca.gov/
12116CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) AssessmentThe California State Energy Resources Conservation and Development
Commission (Commission), in partnership with the California Air
Resources Board and the California Public Utility Commission, must
publish a statewide assessment of the EVSE infrastructure needed to
support the levels of plug-in electric vehicle adoption required for at
least five million zero emission vehicles to operate on California roads
by 2030. The Commission must consider the EVSE infrastructure needs for
all vehicle categories, including on-road, off-road, port, and airport
vehicles. In addition, the assessment must analyze the existing and
future infrastructure needs across California, including in low-income
communities. The assessment must be updated at least once every two
years. (Reference [California Public Resources
Code](http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/) 25229)
2018-09-13 00:00:00 UTCfalse274Laws and Regulations2018-11-13 18:50:57 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/|http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/
12118NVCommercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - Nevada Energy (NV Energy)NV Energy offers rebates to eligible business customers for the purchase
and installation of Level 2 EVSE and direct current (DC) fast EVSE.
Level 2 EVSE rebates are available in the following amounts:



EVSE Site Eligible Level 2 Port Amount Rebate Amount per Port
--------------------------- ------------------------------ -----------------------------------------------
Workplace 2 to 10 ports \$3,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost
Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) 2 to 10 ports \$5,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost
Low-Income MUD 2 to 4 ports \$10,000 per port; up to 100% of project cost
Fleets 2 to 10 ports \$5,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost
Public Charging 2 to 10 ports \$3,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost
Government Agency 2 to 4 ports \$10,000 per port; up to 100% of project cost



Low-income MUD is defined as property that qualifies for the Federal Low
Income Housing Tax credit.

DC fast EVSE rebates cover 50% of project costs, up to \$400 per
kilowatt or \$40,000 per station, whichever is less. DC fast EVSE
projects may include a maximum of five stations.

NV Energy also funds projects that do not fall within the scope of
fleet, workplace, or MUD charging through the [Electric Vehicle Custom
Grant
Program](https://www.nvenergy.com/cleanenergy/electric-vehicles/custom-grant-program).
Grant amounts are determined on a case-by-case basis and may cover up to
100% of project costs.

For more information, see the NV Energy [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.nvenergy.com/cleanenergy/electric-vehicles)
website.
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12120NCZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) SupportThe North Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT), in coordination
with the Department of Environmental Quality, developed a ZEV Plan to
guide ZEV adoption in North Carolina and increase the number of ZEVs in
the state to at least 80,000 by 2025. The ZEV Plan provides guidelines
for establishing state-wide vehicle corridors, installing charging
stations and other infrastructure, and incorporating best practices for
increasing ZEV adoption. For more information, see the DOT\'s [Climate
Change & Clean Energy: Plans & Progress](https://ncadmin.nc.gov/eo80)
website. (Reference [Executive
Order](https://governor.nc.gov/news/executive-orders) 80, 2018)
2018-10-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse34Laws and Regulations2019-12-19 17:21:20 UTCELEC|HYOTHEROTHERhttps://governor.nc.gov/news/executive-orders
12122COZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Sales Requirements and Low Emission Vehicle (LEV) StandardsColorado established ZEV standards, pursuant to Colorado's authority
under Section 177 of the Clean Air Act, Title 42 of the [U.S.
Code](https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/uscode), section 7507. The
rule will be adopted into the [Code of Colorado
Regulations](https://www.sos.state.co.us/CCR/Welcome.do) before October
30, 2019, and will be effective in 2022. All Model Year 2022 and later
passenger cars and light- and medium-duty vehicles must meet California
motor vehicle emissions and compliance requirements specified in Title
13 of the [California Code of Regulations](https://oal.ca.gov/). For
more information, see the Colorado Department of Public Health and
Environment [LEV
Standards](https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/Low_Emission_Vehicle_Standard)
website. (Reference [Executive
Order](https://www.colorado.gov/governor/sites/default/files/inline-files/b_2019-002_supporting_a_transition_to_zero_emissions_vehicles.pdf)
B 2019 002, 2019 and 5 [Code of Colorado
Regulations](http://www.sos.state.co.us/CCR/Welcome.do) 1001-24)
2018-11-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse38Laws and Regulations2019-07-11 23:00:45 UTCELEC|EFFEC|OTHER|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONSMAN|INDhttp://www.sos.state.co.us/CCR/Welcome.do|https://www.colorado.gov/governor/sites/default/files/b_2019-002_zev.pdf
12124MOMedium- and Heavy-Duty Shuttle and Transit Bus GrantsThe Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MODNR) provides funding
for the replacement of medium- and heavy-duty transit and shuttle buses
with new diesel or alternative fuel vehicles or engines. Vehicles and
engines must meet model year requirements, and funding amounts are based
on vehicle or engine replacements and government or nongovernment
ownership. The program is funded by Missouri's portion of the
[Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including program guidance and application
periods, see the MODNR [Volkswagen Trust
Funds](https://dnr.mo.gov/air/what-were-doing/volkswagen-trust-funds)
website.
false7State Incentives2018-12-05 18:19:26 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|NG|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV|TRANS
12125IADiesel Emission Reduction Project FundingThe Iowa Department of Transportation (IowaDOT) provides funding for
medium- and heavy-duty on-road new diesel, alternative fuel vehicles, or
engine repowers and replacements, as well as off-road repowers and
replacements. Both government and non-government entities that own and
operate diesel fleets and equipment are eligible for funding. Vehicles
and equipment that qualify for replacement or repower include:

- Model Year (MY) 2009 or older Class 4-8 school buses, shuttle buses,
and transit buses;
- MY 1992-2009 Class 4-7 local freight trucks;
- MY 1992-2009 Class 8 drayage trucks; and
- Freight switchers, ferries and tugs, marine vessel shore power,
airport ground equipment, forklifts, and port cargo handling
equipment.

This grant program is funded by Iowa\'s portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including how to apply, see the IowaDOT
[Volkswagen Clean Air Act Partial
Settlements](https://iowadot.gov/VWSettlement/default.aspx) website.
false5State Incentives2018-12-05 18:23:43 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12130NYElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) RebateThe New York State Energy Research and Development Authority\'s
(NYSERDA) Charge Ready NY program offers rebates for public and private
entities toward the purchase and installation of Level 2 EVSE at public
parking facilities, workplaces, and multi-unit dwellings. Rebates are
available for \$4,000 per port. Disadvantaged communities may receive an
additional rebate of \$500 per Level 2 EVSE port. Additional terms and
conditions apply. For more information, including application
guidelines, see the NYSERDA [Charge Ready
NY](https://www.nyserda.ny.gov/All-Programs/Programs/ChargeNY/Charge-Electric/Charging-Station-Programs/Charge-Ready-NY)
website.
false6State Incentives2018-12-07 16:47:37 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV|MUD|OTHER
12136PAAlternative Fuels Incentive Grant (AFIG) ProgramThe AFIG Program provides financial assistance for innovative, advanced
fuel and vehicle technology projects. Projects that result in product
commercialization and the expansion of Pennsylvania companies are
favored in the selection process. Eligible applicants include school
districts, municipal authorities, political subdivisions, non-profits,
corporations, limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated
or registered in the Commonwealth. Projects must support:

- Incremental cost expenses relative to retrofitting vehicles to
operate on alternative fuels as a bi-fuel, dual-fuel, or dedicated
vehicle
- Incremental cost expenses to purchase bi-fuel, dual-fuel, or
dedicated vehicles
- The cost to purchase and install the necessary fleet refueling or
home-refueling equipment for bi-fuel, dual-fuel, or dedicated
vehicles
- The cost to perform research, training, development and
demonstration of new applications or next-phase technology related
to alternative fuel vehicles.

For more information, including forms and detailed requirements and
restrictions, see the [AFIG
Program](https://www.dep.pa.gov/Citizens/GrantsLoansRebates/Alternative-Fuels-Incentive-Grant/Pages/default.aspx)
website.

(Reference Title 73 [Pennsylvania
Statutes](http://government.westlaw.com/linkedslice/default.asp?SP=pac-1000),
Chapter 18E, Section 1647.3)
1992-01-01 00:00:00 UTC2008-07-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse18State Incentives2018-12-11 17:54:29 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTSTATION|FLEET|GOVhttp://government.westlaw.com/linkedslice/default.asp?SP=pac-1000
12139ORPlug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) and Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) RebatesThe Clean Vehicle Rebate Program provides rebates to Oregon residents,
businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies for the
purchase or lease of PHEVs and ZEVs, including fuel cell electric
vehicles (FCEVs) and plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs). New ZEVs and
PHEVs with a battery capacity greater than 10 kilowatt-hours (kWh) are
eligible for a rebate of \$2,500. New ZEVs and PHEVs with a battery
capacity of less than 10 kWh are eligible for a rebate of \$1,500.

New zero-emission electric motorcycles are eligible for a rebate of
\$750. Eligible PHEVs and PEVs may not have an MSRP of more than
\$50,000 and eligible FCEVs may not have an MSRP of more than \$60,000.
For more information, see the [Clean Vehicle Rebate
Program](https://www.oregon.gov/deq/aq/programs/Pages/ZEV-Rebate.aspx)
website.

(Reference [House Bill](https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/) 2165, 2021)
2017-08-18 00:00:00 UTC2021-06-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse10State Incentives2021-07-13 20:32:08 UTC2024-01-02 00:00:00 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVRBATEFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.oregonlegislature.gov|https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/
12141MSPlug-In Electric Vehicle and Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) FeesIn addition to standard registration fees, all-electric vehicle owners
must pay an annual fee of \$150. Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle and HEV
owners must pay an annual fee of \$75. Beginning July 1, 2021, the
Mississippi Department of Revenue will increase the fee annually to
account for inflation, equal to the increase in the Consumer Price Index
for urban consumers for the prior year. (Reference [Mississippi
Code](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/mscode/) 27-19-23)
2018-10-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse20Laws and Regulations2019-01-07 15:23:59 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttp://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/20181E/pdf/mainmenu.htm|http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/mscode/
12144ILToll Highway Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Installation RequirementThe Illinois State Toll Highway Authority (ISTHA) must construct and
maintain at least one EVSE at any location along toll highways where it
has entered into an agreement with an entity for the purposes of
providing motor fuel service stations and facilities, garages, stores,
or restaurants. ISTHA may charge a fee for the use of the EVSE to offset
the costs of construction and maintenance. ISTHA may also adopt rules
regarding station siting, user fees and maintenance. (Reference 605
[Illinois Compiled
Statutes](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp) 10/11(e))
2013-06-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse79Laws and RegulationsELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttp://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp
12145DEMedium- and Heavy-Duty Emissions Reductions FundingThe Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
(DNREC) provides funding for medium- and heavy-duty on-road and limited
off-road emission reduction projects. This grant program is funded by
Delaware\'s portion of the [Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust
(VW)](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including program guidance, application deadlines,
and funding availability, see the DNREC [VW Mitigation
Plan](https://dnrec.alpha.delaware.gov/air/mobile-sources/vw-mitigation-plan/)
website.
false2State Incentives2019-02-06 22:31:46 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12147MNElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - LRECLake Region Electric Cooperative (LREC) offers a TOU rate to members
with PEVs enrolled in the ChargeWise program. To be eligible for the TOU
rate, vehicles must use a separate sub-metered circuit.

LREC also offers a rebate of up to \$500 for the installation of Level 1
or Level 2 EVSE.

For more information, see the LREC
[ChargeWise](https://www.lrec.coop/products-service/chargewise) website.
false37Utility/Private Incentives2019-02-08 20:50:19 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATE|TOUSTATION|IND
12149NMState Emissions Reduction StrategyThe governor established the Climate Change Task Force (Task Force) to
evaluate strategies to reduce GHG and criteria pollutant emissions in
New Mexico, including potential low emission vehicle and ZEV standards.
New Mexico will pursue GHG emissions reduction of at least 45% below
2005 levels by 2030. The Task Force developed a climate strategy with
initial
[recommendations](https://www.climateaction.nm.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/NMClimateChange_2019.pdf)
in 2019 and published a progress
[report](https://www.climateaction.nm.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/NMClimateChangeReport_2020.pdf)
in 2020. For more information, see the [Task
Force](https://www.climateaction.nm.gov/who-we-are/) website. (Reference
[Executive Order](https://www.governor.state.nm.us/) 2019-003, 2019)
2019-01-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse42Laws and Regulations2019-02-08 20:56:49 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEVCCEINITOTHERhttps://www.governor.state.nm.us/
12150VTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Incentives - Burlington Electric Department (BED)BED provides low- or no-interest loans for the purchase of a new PEV.
Eligible customers can also apply for a rebate of \$1,800 towards the
purchase of a new all-electric vehicle (EV) or \$1,500 towards the
purchase of a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). An additional
\$600 is available for moderate income customers buying an EV or \$300
for a PHEV. Vehicles must have a manufacturer\'s suggested retail price
that is less than or equal to \$50,000. Additional terms and conditions
apply. For more information, including income eligibility, see the BED
[Electric Vehicles](https://www.burlingtonelectric.com/ev#financing)
website.
false4Utility/Private Incentives2019-02-08 21:00:47 UTCELEC|PHEVLOANSIND
12151VTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate and EVSE Rebate - BEDBurlington Electric Department (BED) offers a TOU rate to residential
customers who own a PEV. To qualify, customers must install a WiFi
enabled electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE).

BED also offers a rebate of \$400 for the purchase and installation of a
qualifying Wifi enabled EVSE for customers that have enrolled in BED's
Residential EV Rate. Eligible applicants must have purchased EVSE within
60 days of the acquisition of the EV.

For more information, see the BED [EV
Rate](https://www.burlingtonelectric.com/evrate) website.
false18Utility/Private Incentives2019-02-08 21:02:41 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATE|TOUSTATION|IND
12152VTResidential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive - Green Mountain Power (GMP)GMP residential customers are eligible for a free Level 2 EVSE when they
purchase a new or used plug-in electric vehicle. For more information
about these incentives, see the GMP [In-Home Level 2 EV
Charger](https://greenmountainpower.com/rebates-programs/electric-vehicles/in-home-ev-charger/)
website.
false19Utility/Private Incentives2019-02-08 21:04:23 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|IND
12153CTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and EV Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - Groton UtilitiesGroton Utilities offers a limited number of \$2,000 rebates for the
purchase of a new PEV and \$1,000 rebates for the lease of a new PEV.
Customers may also be eligible for a \$600 rebate for the installation
of a qualifying Level 2 EVSE. For more information, including
eligibility requirements and how to apply, see the Groton Utilities
[Electric Vehicle Rebate
Program](http://grotonutilities.com/electric-vehicle-rebate-program/)
website.
false31Utility/Private Incentives2019-02-08 21:12:02 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|IND
12155DCUtility Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program AuthorizationThe District of Columbia Public Service Commission (Commission) may
consider applications by electric utilities to promote transportation
electrification through EVSE ownership or other related programs and
incentives. The Commission may approve applications that it finds are in
the public interest and consistent with the District's commitment to
greenhouse gas emissions reductions. (Reference [District of Columbia
Code](https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/) 50-741)
2019-01-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse33Laws and Regulations2019-02-08 21:32:53 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|OTHERhttp://dccouncil.us/|"https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/
12156DCZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportThe Executive Office of the Mayor will establish a transportation
electrification program that requires all public buses, light-duty
vehicles associated with privately-owned fleets that can transport 50 or
more passengers, commercial motor carriers, limousine service vehicles,
and taxis certified to operate in the District of Columbia to be ZEVs by
2045.

In addition, the District Department of Transportation, in partnership
with stakeholders, will develop a plan to encourage and promote the
adoption of ZEVs. The plan will include recommendations for strategies
to achieve at least 25% ZEV registrations by 2030 and the mayor's
transportation electrification program. For more information, see the
[Transportation Electrification
Roadmap](https://doee.dc.gov/node/1555536) website.

(Reference [District of Columbia
Code](https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/) 50-741 and 50-921.24)
2019-01-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse28Laws and Regulations2019-02-11 16:12:43 UTCELEC|HYOTHEROTHERhttp://dccouncil.us/|https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/|https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/
12157DCEmissions Reduction Plan for Transportation Network CompaniesBy February 1, 2022, and every two years thereafter, each private
vehicle-for-hire company must develop a greenhouse gas emissions
reduction plan, including actionable proposals to reduce emissions, and
submit it to the District of Columbia Public Service Commission. Plans
must include strategies to increase the proportion of vehicle-for-hire
drivers with zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) and to increase the
proportion of vehicle miles completed by ZEVs relative to total vehicle
miles traveled. (Reference [District of Columbia
Code](https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/) 50-741)
2019-01-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse34Laws and Regulations2019-02-11 16:14:37 UTCELEC|HYCCEINITFLEET|GOVhttp://dccouncil.us/|https://code.dccouncil.us/dc/council/code/
12160MAMulti-Unit Dwelling (MUD) and Educational Campus Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) GrantsThe Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) provides
grants for 60% of the cost of Level 1 or Level 2 EVSE installed at MUDs
and educational campuses, up to \$50,000 per street address. Eligible
entities include private, public, or non-profit MUDs with five or more
residential units, and educational campuses with at least 15 students on
campus. The program is funded by Massachusetts' portion of the
[Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until
funds are exhausted. For more information, including funding
availability, application, and eligibility requirements, visit the
[Apply for MassEVIP MUD Charging and Educational Campus
Incentives](https://www.mass.gov/how-to/apply-for-massevip-multi-unit-dwelling-educational-campus-charging-incentives)
website.
false5State Incentives2019-02-11 16:40:16 UTCELEC|PHEVGNTSTATION|OTHER
12163COTransportation Electrification WorkgroupThe Transportation Electrification Workgroup (Workgroup) will develop,
coordinate, and implement state programs and strategies to support
transportation electrification in Colorado. The Workgroup will report to
the governor on an annually on progress made towards the goals.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, along with the
Workgroup, will revise the state Beneficiary Mitigation Plan for
allocating funds from Colorado\'s portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
The revised plan will focus all remaining eligible funds on supporting
transportation electrification.

(Reference [Executive
Order](https://www.colorado.gov/governor/sites/default/files/inline-files/b_2019-002_supporting_a_transition_to_zero_emissions_vehicles.pdf)
B 2019 002, 2019).
2019-01-17 00:00:00 UTCfalse41Laws and Regulations2019-02-11 19:27:41 UTCELEC|PHEVREQ|CCEINITOTHERhttps://www.colorado.gov/governor/sites/default/files/b_2019-002_zev.pdf
12164COZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Transportation PlanThe Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), along with the
Transportation Electrification Workgroup, will develop a ZEV and clean
transportation plan containing strategies that support the deployment of
ZEVs and expand mobility options to save energy, reduce congestion, and
improve the safety of Colorado's transportation network. In April 2020,
CDOT released the [Colorado Electric Vehicle (EV) Plan
2020](https://energyoffice.colorado.gov/zero-emission-vehicles/colorado-ev-plan-2020),
establishing a long-term goal of 100% of light-duty vehicles (LDV) being
electric and 100% of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles being ZEVs. To meet
these goals, Colorado must:

- Increase the number of light-duty EVs to 940,000 by 2030;
- Develop plans for transitioning medium-duty (MDV), heavy-duty (HDV)
and transit vehicles to ZEVs;
- Develop an EV infrastructure goal by undertaking a gap analysis to
identify the type and number of charging stations needed across the
state to meet 2030 LDV, MDV and HDV goals;
- Develop a roadmap to full electrification of the light-duty vehicle
fleet in Colorado;
- State government agencies must meet directives and goals related to
EVs.

Beginning in Fiscal Year 2022, and each subsequent fiscal year, the
Colorado Energy Office and the Colorado Department of Public Health and
Environment must consult with CDOT to prepare an annual report detailing
the progress made toward the EV adoption goals.

(Reference [Executive
Order](https://www.colorado.gov/governor/executive-orders) B 2019 002,
2019 and Colorado [Senate Bill](https://leg.colorado.gov/bills) 260,
2021).
2019-01-17 00:00:00 UTCfalse45Laws and Regulations2019-02-11 19:29:15 UTCELEC|PHEVREQ|CCEINITOTHERhttps://www.colorado.gov/governor/sites/default/files/b_2019-002_zev.pdf
12167MTHeavy-Duty Vehicle Replacement GrantsThe Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) offers grants for
the replacement of qualified medium- and heavy-duty diesel transit buses
with new all-electric, diesel hybrid, compressed natural gas, or propane
shuttle or transit buses. Funding is also available for the replacement
of school buses and airport ground support vehicles with all-electric
vehicles. The program is funded by Montana's portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including program guidance and the application,
see the DEQ [Volkswagen
Settlement](https://deq.mt.gov/energy/Programs/fuels) website.
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12169NCElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative (CHEC)Cape Hatteras Electric Co-Op (CHEC) offers a bill credit of \$100 to
residential customers who install a Level 2 EVSE. For more information,
including how to apply, see the CHEC [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.chec.coop/ev) website.
false23Utility/Private Incentives2019-02-11 19:45:07 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|IND
12170NCPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Incentive – Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative (CHEC)Cape Hatteras Electric Co-Op (CHEC) offers time-of-use (TOU) electricity
rates to residential customers that own or lease a PEV. For more
information, see the CHEC [Electric Vehicles](https://www.chec.coop/ev)
website.
false24Utility/Private Incentives2019-02-11 19:46:13 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|IND
12172LAVehicle Emissions Reduction and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Project FundingThe Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality's (DEQ) Volkswagen
Eligible Mitigation Action Project program provides up to 80% of the
cost of new diesel or alternative fuel replacements and repowers for
eligible government entities. For eligible non-government entities, the
Program provides up to 40% of the cost of a new diesel or alternative
fuel repower, up to 25% of the cost of a new diesel or alternative fuel
vehicle, and up to 75% of the cost of an all-electric repower or
replacement, with associated charging infrastructure. Qualifying
alternative fuels include, but are not limited to, natural gas and
propane. Vehicles that qualify for replacement or repower include:

Model Year Vehicle Type
--------------- ----------------------------------------------------------
1992-2009 Class 8 Local Freight Trucks and Port Drayage Trucks
1992-2009 Class 4-7 Local Freight Trucks
2009 or older Class 4-8 School Buses, Shuttle Buses, and Transit Buses

Eligible government and non-government entities may also receive funding
for the all-electric repower or replacement of airport ground support
equipment, forklifts, and port cargo handling equipment, as well as for
the purchase, installation, and maintenance of light-duty EVSE.

The program is funded by Louisiana's portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including application guidelines, see the DEQ
[Louisiana Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://deq.louisiana.gov/page/louisiana-volkswagen-environmental-mitigation-trust)
website.
false5State Incentives2019-02-27 21:59:45 UTC2021-09-14 00:00:00 UTCELEC|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTSTATION|MAN|FLEET|GOV
12175WYDiesel Emission Reduction Project FundingThe Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) offers grants for
nitrogen oxide emissions reduction projects. Funding is for heavy-duty
on-road new diesel or alternative fuel repowers and replacements, as
well as off-road repowers and replacements. Both government and
non-government entities are eligible for funding. Vehicles that qualify
for replacement or repower include:

- Model Year (MY) 1992-2009 Class 8 local freight trucks and port
drayage trucks;
- MY 1992-2009 Class 4-7 local freight trucks;
- MY 2009 or older Class 4-8 school buses, shuttle buses, and transit
buses;
- Airport ground support equipment;
- Light-duty zero emission vehicle supply equipment; and
- Diesel Emission Reduction Act projects.

This grant program is funded by Wyoming\'s portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including how to apply, see the Wyoming DEQ'S
[Volkswagen
Settlement](https://deq.wyoming.gov/outreach/volkswagen-settlement/)
website.
false5State Incentives2019-03-06 19:49:44 UTCAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12176VATransit Emissions Reduction GrantsThe Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation's (DRPT)
Making Efficient + Responsible Investments in Transit (MERIT) program
provides funding for capital improvement projects, including the
purchase or lease of new plug-in electric or hybrid electric vehicles.
Funding amounts vary based on the project type.

In addition, as part of the MERIT program, the Clean Transportation
Voucher Program (Program) offers grants of up to 100% of the incremental
cost for transit agencies to replace model year 2009 or older Class 7
and Class 8 diesel transit buses with all-electric buses and up to 100%
of the purchase cost of associated charging infrastructure. Awards are
capped at \$500,000 per electric bus, including charging infrastructure.
The Program is funded by Virginia\'s portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).

For more information, including program guidance and the application,
see the [DRPT MERIT](http://www.drpt.virginia.gov/) website and the
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality [Volkswagen Settlement
Agreements](https://www.deq.virginia.gov/Programs/Air/VWMitigation.aspx)
website.
2019-12-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse3State Incentives2020-02-28 17:43:16 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVGNTFLEET|GOV
12180INMedium- and Heavy-Duty Grant ProgramThe Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) allocates a
portion of the [Volkswagen (VW) Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement)
funds for the replacement or repower of eligible on- and off-road
vehicles and equipment. Eligible on-road vehicles and equipment include
Class 4-8 trucks and Class 4-8 school, shuttle, and public transit
buses. Eligible off-road vehicles and equipment include airport ground
support equipment, ferries, forklifts, port cargo handling equipment,
and freight-switcher locomotives. All vehicles and equipment must be
certified or verified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or the
California Air Resources Board. Applicants proposing alternative fuel
equipment or vehicle projects must identify the availability of fueling
infrastructure. Additional terms and conditions apply. For more
information, including current requests for proposals, see the IDEM
[Indiana VW Mitigation Trust
Program](http://www.in.gov/idem/airquality/2712.htm) website.
false8State Incentives2020-03-09 19:25:47 UTCAFTMKTCONV|ELEC|HEV|NG|PHEVGNTFLEET|GOV|TRANS
12182ARHybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) and Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) FeeHEV and PEV owners must pay an annual fee in addition to other
registration fees. The fee is \$200 for all-electric vehicles and \$100
for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Beginning January 1, 2022, HEV
owners must pay an annual fee of \$50 for HEVs. Fees contribute to the
State Highway and Transportation Department Fund. Vehicles that are
registered with a special license plate or special license plate with
permanent decal pursuant to Arkansas Code 27-24-201 are exempt from the
annual fee. (Reference [Senate
Bill](http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/assembly/) 225, 2021, [Senate
Bill](http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/assembly/%22) 246, 2021, and
[Arkansas Code](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/arcode/Default.asp)
27-14-614 and 27-24-201)
2019-03-05 00:00:00 UTC2021-03-17 00:00:00 UTCfalse25Laws and Regulations2019-04-02 15:10:55 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVFUELINDhttp://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/arcode/Default.asp|http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/assembly/2019/2019R/Pages/Home.aspx|http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/assembly/
12185COElectric Vehicle (EV) Loan Program – Gunnison County Electric Association (GCEA)GCEA members have the opportunity to borrow an EV for one week without
any cost or mileage restrictions. For more information, including how to
apply, see the GCEA [Electric Vehicle
Program](https://www.gcea.coop/energy-efficiency/electric-vehicles/ev-rebates/#:~:text=Gunnison%20County%20Electric%20Association%20%28GCEA%29%20can%20help%20electric,time-of-use%20rate%20%28TOU%29%20to%20qualify%20for%20the%20rebate)
website.
false39Utility/Private Incentives2019-04-02 15:17:31 UTCELEC|PHEVLOANSIND
12190UTRoad Usage Charge ProgramThe owner of an all-electric vehicle (EV), plug-in hybrid electric
vehicle (PHEV), and hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) may enroll in the Utah
Department of Transportation's (UDOT) mileage-based roadway operations
and maintenance fee program in lieu of paying additional EV, PHEV, or
HEV [registration fees](https://afdc.energy.gov/laws/12063). To
participate, the owner or lessee must enroll, report mileage driven, and
pay the road usage fee for each payment period. Additional conditions
apply. For more information, see the UDOT [Road Usage
Charge](https://roadusagecharge.utah.gov/) website.(Reference [Utah
Code](https://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 72-1-213)
2019-04-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse25Laws and Regulations2019-04-04 17:26:11 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttps://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html
12195NMUtility Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) SupportBy January 1, 2021, and upon request by the New Mexico Public Regulation
Commission (Commission) thereafter, public utilities must file an
application to the Commission to expand transportation electrification.
Applications may include, but are not limited to, incentives to
facilitate the installation of PEV charging infrastructure,
electrification of public fleet vehicles, PEV charging rates, and
customer outreach and education programs. The Commission may approve
applications based on whether the proposed projects can be reasonably
expected to improve the electrical system efficiency of the public
utility, to increase access to electricity as a transportation fuel,
including in low income and underserved communities, to reduce air
pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, and to encourage consumer
adoption of PEVs. (Reference [New Mexico
Statutes](https://nmonesource.com/nmos/nmsa/en/nav_date.do) 62-8)
2019-04-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse40Laws and Regulations2019-04-08 19:20:57 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttps://www.nmlegis.gov/|http://public.nmcompcomm.us/nmnxtadmin/NMPublic.aspx
12199NDPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) FeePEV owners must pay an annual fee in addition to other registration
fees. The fee is \$120 for all-electric vehicles, \$50 for plug-in
hybrid electric vehicles, and \$20 for electric motorcycles. Fees
contribute to the Highway Tax Distribution Fund. (Reference [North
Dakota Century
Code](http://www.legis.nd.gov/general-information/north-dakota-century-code)
39-04)
2019-04-11 00:00:00 UTCfalse62Laws and Regulations2019-04-19 16:44:30 UTCELEC|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttps://www.legis.nd.gov/|http://www.legis.nd.gov/general-information/north-dakota-century-code
12200NDPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Signage and Parking Space RegulationA parking space designated for PEVs must be indicated by signage
approved by the North Dakota Department of Transportation that indicates
that it is only for PEV charging. The signage must be consistent with
the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration\'s
Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.

An individual is not allowed to stop, stand, or park a motor vehicle
within any parking space specifically designated for parking and
charging PEVs unless the motor vehicle is connected to the charger. A
fee of \$50 applies for non-PEVs that park in spaces designated for
PEVs.

(Reference [North Dakota Century
Code](http://www.legis.nd.gov/general-information/north-dakota-century-code)
39-13-06 and 39-10-50.1)
2019-04-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse65Laws and Regulations2019-04-19 16:47:47 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|INDhttps://www.legis.nd.gov/|http://www.legis.nd.gov/general-information/north-dakota-century-code
12202PAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Credit – Duquesne Light Company (DLC)DLC offers a one-time bill credit of \$60 to residential customers who
purchase or lease a PEV. For more information, including how to apply,
see the DLC [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.duquesnelight.com/energy-money-savings/electric-vehicles)
website.
false48Utility/Private Incentives2019-04-23 18:13:53 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHER|RBATEIND
12203OHElectric Drive Vehicle Registration FeeElectric drive vehicles owners must pay an annual fee in addition to
other registration fees. The fee is \$200 for all-electric and plug-in
hybrid electric vehicles and \$100 for hybrid electric vehicles.
(Reference [Ohio Revised Code](http://codes.ohio.gov/) 4501.01 and
4503.10)
2019-04-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse48Laws and Regulations2019-04-26 14:41:02 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVFUELFLEET|INDhttps://www.legislature.ohio.gov/|http://codes.ohio.gov/
12204SCAlternative Fuel Project GrantsThe South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff-Energy Office (Energy
Office) offers grants of up tp \$10,000 for alternative fuel
demonstration projects. Eligible applicants include state agencies,
local governments, public colleges and universities, K-12 public
schools, and non-profit organizations. For more information, including
how to apply, see the Energy Office's [Loans, Grants & Tax
Incentives](http://energy.sc.gov/incentives/grants) website.
false37State Incentives2019-05-01 16:27:33 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12205ALPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) FeeEffective January 1, 2020, PEV owners must pay an annual fee in addition
to standard registration fees. All-electric vehicle owners must pay an
annual fee of \$200 and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle owners must pay
an annual fee of \$100. Beginning July 1, 2023 and every fourth year
thereafter, PEV fees will increase by \$3. A portion of fees contribute
to the Electric Transportation Infrastructure Grant Program, which
provides grants for electric vehicle supply equipment. (Reference [Code
of Alabama](http://alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/acas/ACASLogin.asp)
40-12-242)
2019-03-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse23Laws and Regulations2019-05-01 16:40:48 UTCELEC|PHEVFUELINDhttp://www.legislature.state.al.us/aliswww/default.aspx|http://alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/acas/ACASLogin.asp
12208MSLow-Speed Vehicle Access to Roadways AuthorizationThe cities of Moss Point, Newton, and Diamondhead may authorize the
operation of low-speed vehicles on public roads and streets within city
limits. In Moss Point and Diamondhead, a low-speed vehicle is defined as
a four-wheeled motor vehicle that is capable of operating at a speed of
at least 20 miles per hour (mph) but not greater than 25 mph. In Newton,
a low-speed vehicle is a four-wheeled motor vehicle that is not capable
of exceeding 20 mph and is equipped with a parking brake, head and tail
lamps, seat belts, and turn signals.

Low-speed vehicles may not be operated on interstate highways, Highway
63 or Highway 613 in Moss Point, except for crossing the street. In
Diamondhead, low-speed vehicles may not be operated on Interstate
Highway 10. The vehicle must comply with safety standards contained in
Title 49 of the [Code of Federal
Regulations](http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/browse/collectionCfr.action?collectionCode=CFR),
section 571.500.

(Reference [House
Bill](http://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/20181E/pdf/mainmenu.htm) 1740,
2019, and [Senate
Bills](http://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/20181E/pdf/mainmenu.htm) 2274
and 2989, 2019)
2019-03-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse13Laws and Regulations2019-05-07 18:45:17 UTCNEVSDRESTGOV|INDhttp://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/20181E/pdf/mainmenu.htm|http://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/20181E/pdf/mainmenu.htm
12211WAUtility Electric Transportation Plan AuthorizationThe governing authority or commission of an electric utility may adopt
an electric transportation plan that proves that utility outreach and
investment in the electrification of transportation infrastructure does
not increase net costs to ratepayers in excess of 0.025%. The governing
authority or commission may consider items such as the impact of
electrification on the utilities load, demand response and load
management opportunities, system reliability and distribution system
efficiencies, and interoperability concerns. Upon making this
determination, electric utilities may offer incentive programs for
customers. (Reference [Revised Code of
Washington](https://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 35.92.450)
2019-04-23 00:00:00 UTCfalse85Laws and Regulations2019-05-10 00:41:38 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttps://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/|http://leg.wa.gov/
12213IAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) FeePEV owners must pay an annual fee in addition to standard registration
fees. All-electric vehicle (EV) owners must pay an annual fee of \$97.50
and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) owners must pay an annual fee
of \$48.75. The EV fee will increase to \$130 and the PHEV fee to \$65
on January 1, 2022. (Reference [Iowa Code](http://www.legis.iowa.gov/)
321.116)
2019-05-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse56Laws and Regulations2019-05-24 21:59:56 UTCELEC|PHEVFUELINDhttps://www.legis.iowa.gov/|http://www.legis.iowa.gov/
12216NVIdle Reduction Technology, Natural Gas Vehicle, and Plug-in Electric Vehicle Weight ExemptionAny motor vehicle equipped with an auxiliary power unit or other
qualified idle reduction technology may exceed the maximum gross vehicle
weight limit by up to 550 pounds (lbs.) to compensate for the additional
weight of the idle reduction technology. Natural gas vehicles and
plug-in electric vehicles may exceed the maximum gross vehicle weight
limit for comparable conventional fuel vehicles by up to 2,000 lbs.
(Reference [Nevada Revised Statutes](https://www.leg.state.nv.us/)
484D.635)
2019-05-15 00:00:00 UTCfalse7State Incentives2019-06-04 17:13:57 UTCELEC|IR|NG|PHEVEXEMFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.leg.state.nv.us
12217CAUsed Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) Incentive - Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE)PCE and Peninsula Family Service (PFS) offer \$1,000 to San Mateo County
residents to be used as a down payment for the purchase of a used PEV.
Low-income residents are eligible for a rebate of up to \$4,000.
Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, see the
[DriveForward
Electric](https://www.peninsulacleanenergy.com/driveforwardelectric/)
website.
false136Utility/Private Incentives2019-06-04 17:29:08 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHER|RBATEIND
12218TNVehicle Emissions Reduction and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Project FundingThe Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) provides
funding for the repower or replacement of Class 4-8 shuttle and transit
buses, Class 4-7 local freight trucks, and Class 8 local freight trucks
and port drayage trucks, with alternative fuel or all-electric models.
Alternative fuels include, but are not limited to, compressed natural
gas, propane, and hybrid electric technologies. Funding is also
available for light-duty EVSE. Private, public, and non-profit
organizations, including state, local, and tribal governments, are
eligible for funding. This grant program is funded by Tennessee\'s
portion of the [Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including funding availability, see the TDEC
[Project
Solicitations](https://www.tn.gov/environment/program-areas/energy/state-energy-office--seo-/tennessee-and-the-volkswagen-diesel-settlement/project-solicitations.html)
website.
false5State Incentives2019-06-06 21:11:06 UTCELEC|HEV|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTSTATION|FLEET|GOV
12221NYSmart Charging and Time-of-Use Incentives - Con EdisonEligible plug-in electric vehicle customers can receive \$150 by joining
the SmartCharge New York Program. Participants may earn up to \$800 in
incentives annually by installing a connected car device provided by Con
Edison that tracks driving and charging habits, and by charging during
off-peak hours. For more information, including how to apply, see the
[SmartCharge New
York](https://www.fleetcarma.com/smartchargenewyork/setup/) website.
false71Utility/Private Incentives2019-06-07 20:49:19 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
12222WAGreen Transportation Grant ProgramThe Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) offers grants
for projects that reduce the carbon intensity of the Washington
transportation system, including fleet electrification, modification or
replacement of facilities to facilitate fleet electrification and
hydrogen fueling, upgrades to electrical transmission and distribution
systems, and construction of charging and fueling infrastructure. To be
eligible, a transit authority must provide matching funding for that
project that is at least equal to 20% of the total cost of the project.
For more information, including funding availability and program dates,
see the WSDOT [Green Transportation Capital
Grants](https://wsdot.wa.gov/transit/grants/green-transportation-capital)
(Reference [Revised Code of Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/)
47.66.120)
2019-05-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse18State Incentives2019-06-07 21:05:15 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVGNTSTATION|GOV|OTHERhttp://leg.wa.gov/|http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
12223WAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Car Share Pilot ProgramThe Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will develop a
pilot program to provide AFV use opportunities to underserved and
low-income communities and to those without easy access to
transportation corridors. (Reference [Revised Code of
Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 47.04.355)
2019-05-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse113Laws and Regulations2019-06-07 21:10:37 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGREQ|OTHERGOV|INDhttp://leg.wa.gov/|http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
12224WAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Retail Sales and Use Tax ExemptionThe retail sales and state use tax of 6.5% does not apply to the sale or
lease of new or used passenger vehicles, light-duty trucks, and
medium-duty passenger AFVs. AFVs powered by natural gas, propane,
hydrogen, and electricity are eligible. Vehicles must not have a selling
price plus trade-in property value that exceeds \$45,000 for new
vehicles and \$30,000 for used vehicles. The maximum eligible amount for
used purchased or leased vehicles is \$16,000. The maximum eligible
amounts for new purchased or leased vehicles are as follows:



Newly Purchases or Leased Year Maximum Amount
-------------------------------- ----------------
Through July 31, 2021 \$25,000
August 1, 2021 - July 31 2023 \$20,000
August 1, 2023 - July 31 2025 \$15,000



For more information, see the Renewable Energy/Green Incentives section
of Washington Department of Revenue\'s [Incentives
Programs](https://dor.wa.gov/find-taxes-rates/tax-incentives/incentive-programs)
website.

(Reference [Revised Code of Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/)
82.12.9999)
2019-05-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse19State Incentives2019-06-07 21:19:50 UTC2028-08-01 00:00:00 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGEXEMFLEET|GOV|OTHER|INDhttp://leg.wa.gov/|http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
12225WAAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Technical Assistance and Education ProgramThe Washington State University (WSU) [Energy
Program](http://www.energy.wsu.edu/) must establish and administer a
technical assistance and education program on the use of AFVs for public
agencies, including state and local governments. For more information,
visit the WSU Energy Program [Green Transportation
Program](http://www.energy.wsu.edu/GreenTransportationProgram.aspx)
website. (Reference [Revised Code of
Washington](http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 28B.30.903)
2019-05-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse117Laws and Regulations2019-06-07 21:28:59 UTCELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHERFLEET|GOV|TRANShttp://apps.leg.wa.gov/|http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/
12227HIAlternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) RegistrationOwners of plug-in electric vehicles and AFVs must pay an annual fee of
\$50, in addition to standard registration fees. Fees contribute to the
State Highway Fund. (Reference [Hawaii Revised
Statutes](https://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/) 249-31)
2019-05-06 00:00:00 UTCfalse23Laws and Regulations2019-06-10 19:33:24 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGFUELFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/|https://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/
12229NJZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) InitiativeThe New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, New Jersey Board
of Public Utilities, and the New Jersey Economic Development Authority
signed a [memorandum of
understanding](http://d31hzlhk6di2h5.cloudfront.net/20190603/57/5f/94/b3/288bba9e13409df9b8cdb482/MOU_6.3.19.pdf)
(MOU) to increase the number of ZEVs in the State and meet the State's
goal of registering 330,000 ZEVs by 2025 through involvement in the New
Jersey [Partnership to
Plug-In](https://www.drivegreen.nj.gov/dg-partnership-to-plugin.html)
(Partnership). The responsibilities of the Partnership include:

- Mapping existing and potential locations for electric vehicle supply
equipment (EVSE);
- Reviewing state- and municipal-level permit processes for the
installation of EVSE and identifying best practices to streamline
these processes;
- Expanding existing efforts to educate consumers about ZEVs;
- Evaluating strategies to finance an EVSE network;
- Developing a rebate program to incentivize the purchase of new and
used ZEVs;
- Creating a method to track the usage of EVSE throughout the State;
- Identifying programs and resources that can be used to attract
ZEV-related companies to the State; and
- Coordinating with other state agencies and departments to further
implement the goals of the Partnership.

For more information, see the [Regional Greenhouse Gas
Initiative](https://www.state.nj.us/dep/aqes/rggi.html) website.
2019-06-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse14Laws and Regulations2019-06-19 17:48:35 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVCCEINITOTHER
12230VTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) IncentiveThe Vermont Agency of Transportation provides financial incentives to
low- and moderate-income residents for the purchase or lease of a new
PEV with a base manufacturer's suggested retail price of \$40,000 or
less, on a first-come, first-served basis. Incentives are offered in the
following amounts:

**Tax Filing Status**

**Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) Limits for Enhanced and Standard
Incentives**

**State Incentive Amount**

**Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle**

**All-Electric Vehicle**

Individual filing as single or head of household; or Married filing
separately

\$50,000 or less

\$3,000

\$4,000

\$50,001 up to \$100,000

\$1,500

\$2,500

Married filing jointly; or Individual filing as qualifying widower

\$75,000 or less

\$3,000

\$4,000

\$75,001 up to \$125,000

\$1,500

\$2,500

Incentives are limited to one per individual or married couple.
Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, including
application and eligibility requirements, visit the [Drive Electric
Vermont](https://www.driveelectricvt.com/) website.

(Reference [House Bill](https://legislature.vermont.gov/) 529, 2019,
[House Bill](https://legislature.vermont.gov/) 969, 2020, and [House
Bill](https://legislature.vermont.gov/) 433, 2021)
2019-06-14 00:00:00 UTC2021-06-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse3State Incentives2021-08-11 01:31:48 UTCELEC|PHEVGNTINDhttps://legislature.vermont.gov/|https://legislature.vermont.gov/|https://legislature.vermont.gov/
12231VTFuel-Efficient Vehicle and Emission Reduction IncentivesThe Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) administers the High Fuel
Efficiency Used-Vehicle
Program,[MileageSmart](https://www.mileagesmartvt.org/), which provides
incentives of up to \$5,000 to replace eligible vehicles with a used
vehicle that has a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) combined
city/highway fuel economy of at least 40 miles per gallon (mpg).

VTrans also offers vouchers of up to \$2,500 for the repair of vehicles
that failed the on-board diagnostic (OBD) systems inspection. Eligible
vehicles for replacement include those that have failed the OBD systems
inspection or those that are more than 15 years old and have an EPA
combined city/highway fuel economy of less than 25 mpg. Eligible
vehicles for a repair voucher are those that have failed the OBD systems
inspection, require repairs that are not under warranty, and will be
able to pass the inspection once the repairs are made. For more
information on the emissions repair program, visit the VTrans [Statewide
Vehicle Incentives
Programs](https://vtrans.vermont.gov/planning/projects-programs/vehicle-incentives)
website. The emissions repair program must be operational by January 1,
2023.

(Reference [House Bill](https://legislature.vermont.gov/) 529, 2019 and
[House Bill](https://legislature.vermont.gov/) 433, 2021)
2019-06-14 00:00:00 UTC2021-06-03 00:00:00 UTCfalse4State Incentives2019-06-19 18:02:02 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTINDhttps://legislature.vermont.gov/|https://legislature.vermont.gov/
12237VTFuel-Efficient Vehicle Incentive AnalysisThe Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) must complete a study and
submit a to the legislature determining whether to implement a rebate
program for individuals to purchase or lease fuel-efficient vehicles
that is funded by fees collected from individuals that purchase or lease
inefficient vehicles. The report must also assess how this incentive
program could function with other Vermont incentive programs to reach
the plug-in electric vehicle goal in the [Vermont Comprehensive Energy
Plan](https://publicservice.vermont.gov/publications-resources/publications/energy_plan).
VTrans published a
[report](https://legislature.vermont.gov/assets/Legislative-Reports/Feebate-Study-Report-10-15-2019-Final.pdf)
on October 15, 2019. (Reference [House
Bill](https://legislature.vermont.gov/) 529, 2019)
2019-06-14 00:00:00 UTCfalse39Laws and Regulations2019-06-19 18:28:48 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttps://legislature.vermont.gov/
12238MDElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - BGEBaltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) provides rebates to residential and
multifamily customers toward the purchase of qualified Level 2 and
direct current (DC) fast EVSE. BGE offers residential customers a \$300
rebate for an eligible Level 2 EVSE. BGE offers customers that own or
operate multifamily properties a rebate of 50% of the purchase and
installation cost of an eligible Level 2 EVSE, up to \$5,000 per port,
and 50% of the purchase and installation cost of eligible DC fast EVSE,
up to \$15,000 per port. Multifamily rebate awards may not exceed
\$25,000 per site. Only chargers purchased and installed after July 1,
2019, are eligible. 1,000 residential rebates and 700 multifamily
rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants
will be placed on a waitlist once the rebate limit is reached.
Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, including
how to apply, see the BGE
[EVsmart](https://www.bge.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/ElectricVehicles.aspx)
website.
false33Utility/Private Incentives2019-06-28 23:12:28 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12239MDElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - PepcoPepco provides rebates to residential and multifamily customers toward
the purchase of qualified Level 2 EVSE. Pepco offers residential
customers a \$300 rebate for a Level 2 smart EVSE. Only EVSE purchased
and installed after July 1, 2019, are eligible. Pepco offers customers
that own or operate multifamily properties a 50% discount on the
purchase of eligible Level 2 smart EVSE and a rebate up to \$7,500 for
installation costs. Additional terms and conditions apply. For more
information, including how to apply, see the Pepco
[EVsmart](https://www.pepco.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/ElectricVehicleProgramMD.aspx)
website.
false36Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-12 15:17:22 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12240MDElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - Delmarva PowerDelmarva Power provides rebates to residential and multifamily customers
toward the purchase of qualified Level 2 EVSE. Delmarva Power offers
residential customers a \$300 rebate for a Level 2 smart EVSE. Only EVSE
purchased and installed after July 1, 2019, are eligible. Delmarva Power
offers customers that own or operate multifamily properties a 50%
discount on the purchase of eligible Level 2 smart EVSE and a rebate up
to \$7,500 for installation costs. Additional terms and conditions
apply. For more information, including how to apply, see the Delmarva
Power
[EVsmart](https://www.delmarva.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/ElectricVehicleProgramMD.aspx)
website.
false34Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-12 15:13:19 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12241NVElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grant AuthorizationUtilities are authorized to offer public school districts grants of up
to 75% of the cost of EVSE installation on school property or the
purchase of all-electric school buses. (Reference [Nevada Revised
Statutes](https://www.leg.state.nv.us/) 701B.670)
2019-05-23 00:00:00 UTCfalse10Laws and Regulations2019-07-01 15:49:47 UTC2025-12-31 00:00:00 UTCELECOTHERSTATION|FLEEThttps://www.leg.state.nv.us/
12244MIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – DTE EnergyDTE Energy offers a \$500 rebate for the installation of a Level 2 EVSE
to qualified residential customers that purchase or lease a plug-in
electric vehicle (PEV) and enroll in the [PEV Charging
Rates](https://afdc.energy.gov/laws/9216). For more information, see the
DTE Energy [Charging
Forward](https://newlook.dteenergy.com/wps/wcm/connect/dte-web/home/service-request/residential/electric/pev/pev-res-charge-frwd)
website.
false52Utility/Private Incentives2019-07-02 22:26:31 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12246COPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Parking RegulationsAny vehicle that is not actively charging may not park in designated PEV
charging parking spaces. A PEV is presumed to not be charging if it is
parked at a charging station and is not connected to the charger for
longer than 30 minutes. Some exclusions apply, including for PEVs parked
at lodging or airports, and between the hours of 11pm and 5am. The
penalty for violation is \$182. (Reference [Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 42-1-102,
42-4-1213, and 42-4-1701)
2019-05-31 00:00:00 UTCfalse58Laws and Regulations2019-07-02 22:34:21 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|INDhttps://leg.colorado.gov/|http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/
12247FLAll-Electric Vehicle (EV) and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - KUAKissimmee Utility Authority (KUA) provides rebates of \$100 to
residential customers for the purchase of a new EV and \$100 for the
purchase and installation of a home EVSE. The EV must be registered to
the customer's address and a proof of purchase is required. The EVSE
must be installed by a licensed electrical contractor and must meet all
state and local codes. Rebates are limited to one rebate per vehicle and
one EVSE rebate per household. For more information, see the KUA
[Rebates and Participating
Contractors](https://kua.com/energy-conservation-and-renewables/kua-rebates-and-participating-contractors/)
website.
false38Utility/Private Incentives2019-07-09 15:06:03 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|IND
12250COPublic Electric Utility Services AuthorizationPublic electric utilities may provide electricity to charge plug-in
electric vehicles (PEVs) as unregulated or regulated services and may
recover the costs of distribution system and infrastructure investments
to accommodate PEV charging. The Colorado Public Utilities Commission
(Commission) should consider revenues from charging PEVs in the
utilities service territory in evaluating the retail rate impact from
the development of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), which
cannot exceed 0.005% of the total annual revenue requirements of the
utility.

Public electric utilities are required to file an application with the
Commission for widespread transportation electrification programs every
three years. Programs may include investments or incentives to
facilitate the deployment of customer- or utility-owned EVSE and
associated electrical equipment, facilitate electrification of public
transit and other vehicle fleets, rate designs or programs that
encourage PEV charging, and customer education, outreach, and incentive
programs that increase awareness of transportation electrification.

(Reference [Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 40-1-103.3,
40-3-116, and 40-5-107)
2019-05-31 00:00:00 UTCfalse40Laws and Regulations2019-07-11 23:10:42 UTCELEC|PHEVREQ|OTHERSTATION|TRANShttps://leg.colorado.gov/|http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/
12251COTransportation Impacts Stakeholder GroupThe Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will convene and engage
with a stakeholder group comprised of representatives of potentially
affected entities to examine and address impacts of new transportation
technologies and business models. The topics include funding
transportation infrastructure needed to support the adoption of
zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) and incentivizing the adoption of ZEVs for
use in commercial applications. CDOT reported on the progress and policy
recommendations of the stakeholder group during the 2019 presentation to
legislative oversight committees and implement actions by October 1,
2020. For more information, see the [2019 Emerging Mobility Impact
Study](https://www.codot.gov/library/studies/emerging-mobility-impact-study/emis-documents/2019-emis-report.pdf).
(Reference [Colorado Revised
Statutes](http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/) 43-1-125)
2019-05-31 00:00:00 UTCfalse42Laws and Regulations2019-07-11 23:15:09 UTCELEC|HY|OTHERAIRQEMISSIONS|CCEINIT|OTHERSTATION|MAN|GOV|OTHERhttps://leg.colorado.gov/|http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/Colorado/
12254ILBattery Electric Vehicle (BEV) FeeBEV owners must pay an annual fee of \$100 in addition to standard
registration fees. A portion of the fees contribute to the Illinois Road
Fund. (Reference 625 [Illinois Compiled
Statutes](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp) 5/3-805)
2019-06-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse69Laws and Regulations2019-07-18 23:07:57 UTCELECFUELFLEET|INDhttp://www.ilga.gov/|http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/ilcs.asp
12257CAZero-Emission Transit Bus RequirementBy 2040, all public transit agencies must transition to 100%
zero-emission bus fleets. Zero-emission bus technologies include
battery-electric or fuel cell electric. Transit agencies must purchase
or operate a minimum number of zero-emission buses according to the
following schedules:

::: {align="center"}
Large Transit Agency Small Transit Agency
----------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
January 1, 2023 25% of the total number of new bus purchases in each calendar year must be zero-emission buses No requirement
January 1, 2026 50% of the total number of new bus purchases in each calendar year must be zero-emission buses 25% of the total number of new bus purchases in each calendar year must be zero-emission buses
January 1, 2029 All new bus purchases must be zero-emission buses All new bus purchases must be zero-emission buses
:::

Each transit agency will submit a plan demonstrating how it will
purchase clean buses, develop infrastructure, train personnel, and other
required details. Large transit agencies must submit a plan in 2020 and
small agencies must submit a plan in 2023. Additional rules and
requirements apply.

For more information, including definitions of large and small transit
agencies and additional terms and conditions, see the California Air
Resources Board's [Innovative Clean
Transit](https://ww3.arb.ca.gov/msprog/ict/ict.htm) website.

(Reference [California Code of Regulations](http://www.oal.ca.gov/)
Title 13, Section 2023.1)
2018-12-14 00:00:00 UTCfalse165Laws and Regulations2019-07-24 19:13:10 UTCELEC|HYREQ|AIRQEMISSIONSGOV|TRANShttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
12258CAZero-Emission Airport Shuttle RequirementBy 2035, all airport fixed-route shuttle fleets must transition to 100%
zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs). Zero-emission shuttle technologies
include battery-electric or fuel cell electric technologies. Starting in
2022, shuttle fleets must report the details of their vehicles to the
California Air Resources Board (CARB). Starting in 2023, if fleets
replace a ZEV shuttle, the replacement must be a ZEV. For additional
terms and conditions, see CARB's [Zero-Emission Airport
Shuttle](https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/our-work/programs/zero-emission-airport-shuttle)
website. (Reference [Resolution Number](http://www.oal.ca.gov/) 19-8,
2019)
2019-06-27 00:00:00 UTCfalse164Laws and Regulations2019-07-24 19:21:56 UTCELEC|HYREQ|AIRQEMISSIONSGOV|INDhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
12260LAElectric Equipment and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive - EntergyQualified Entergy customers are eligible to receive incentives in
varying amounts for the purchase Level 2 and DC Fast Charging EVSE. For
more information, including eligible technologies, see the Entergy
[eTech](https://entergyetech.com/) website.
false30Utility/Private Incentives2019-08-05 15:39:19 UTCELECOTHERSTATION|FLEET|IND
12261MSElectric Equipment and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive - EntergyQualified Entergy customers are eligible to receive incentives in
varying amounts for the purchase of select on- and off-road electric
vehicles and Level 2 EVSE. For more information, including eligible
technologies, see the Entergy [eTech](https://entergyetech.com/)
website.
false8Utility/Private Incentives2019-08-05 15:43:07 UTCELECOTHERSTATION|FLEET|IND
12262TXElectric Equipment and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive - EntergyQualified Entergy customers are eligible to receive incentives in
varying amounts for the purchase of select on- and off-road electric
vehicles and Level 2 EVSE. For more information, including eligible
technologies, see the Entergy [eTech](https://entergyetech.com/)
website.
false66Utility/Private Incentives2019-08-05 15:44:40 UTCELECOTHERSTATION|FLEET|IND
12264WIPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - Madison Gas and Electric (MGE)MGE offers a TOU rate for customers that own a PEV. For more
information, see the MGE [Shift &
Save](https://www.mge.com/our-environment/electric-vehicles/shift-save)
website.
false100Utility/Private Incentives2019-08-05 17:31:26 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|PURCH|IND
12267MNElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate and Time-Of-Use Rate - Otter Tail PowerOtter Tail Power Company offers a TOU rate to residential customers with
plug-in electric vehicles (PEV). The TOU rate only applies to
electricity used to charge the PEV.

Otter Tail Power Company also offers a \$400 rebate for the installation
of a Level 2 EVSE.

For more information, see the Otter Tail Power Company [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.otpco.com/ways-to-save/electric-vehicles/)
website.
false36Utility/Private Incentives2019-08-06 17:06:12 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATE|TOUSTATION|IND
12268KSPlug-In Electric Vehicle and Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) FeesBeginning January 1, 2020, the annual registration fee for all-electric
vehicles is \$100 and \$50 for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and
HEVs. (Reference [Kansas Statutes](http://www.kslegislature.org/li/)
8-143)
2019-04-18 00:00:00 UTCfalse58Laws and Regulations2019-08-07 15:57:22 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVFUELFLEET|GOV|INDhttp://www.kslegislature.org/li/|http://www.kslegislature.org/li/
12272MIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Consumers EnergyThe Consumers Energy PowerMIDrive program offers rebates to residential
and commercial customers who install Level 2 or direct current fast (DC
Fast) EVSE. Residential customers are eligible for a \$500 rebate to
install a qualified Level 2 EVSE. Commercial customers installing
qualified, publicly accessible EVSE are eligible for rebates up to
\$5,000 per Level 2 EVSE and up to \$70,000 per DC Fast EVSE installed.
Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more
information, see the
[PowerMIDrive](https://www.consumersenergy.com/residential/programs-and-services/electric-vehicles/powermidrive?utm_campaign=powermidrive&utm_source=powermidrive&utm_medium=vanity-url&utm_content=powermidrive)
website.
false38Utility/Private Incentives2019-09-05 13:49:26 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|IND
12273ALMedium- and Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Replacement RebatesThe Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) offers
grants for light-duty electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and the
replacement of qualified medium- and heavy-duty diesel vehicles with new
diesel or alternative fuel vehicles. Grants are available for EVSE;
medium- and heavy-duty trucks; school, shuttle, and transit buses;
freight switchers; airport ground support equipment; and forklifts and
port cargo handling equipment. Vehicles must meet model year
requirements. Funding amounts are based on vehicle type, fuel type, and
applicant type. The program is funded by Alabama's portion of the
[Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including program guidance and the application,
see the ADECA [Volkswagen
Settlement](https://adeca.alabama.gov/Divisions/energy/vw/Pages/default.aspx)
website.
false8State Incentives2019-09-06 19:39:28 UTCAFTMKTCONV|ELEC|HEV|NG|PHEV|LPGRBATEFLEET|GOV
12275MEPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) RebatesEfficiency Maine's Electric Vehicle Accelerator provides rebates to
Maine residents, businesses, government entities, and tribal governments
for the purchase or lease of a new PEV or plug-in hybrid electric
vehicle (PHEV) at participating Maine dealerships. Rebate amounts are
based on participant type:

::: {align="center"}
Type of Vehicle Individuals, Businesses, Organizations Qualified Low-Income Maine Resident Maine Governmental Entity or Tribal Government Non-Profit Organizations
----------------- ---------------------------------------- ------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------ --------------------------
PEV \$2,000 \$5,500 \$7,500 \$7,500
PHEV \$1,000 \$4,000 \$2,000 \$2,000
:::

Qualified low-income residents are also eligible for a rebate of up to
\$2,500 for the purchase of a used PEV or PHEV. Vehicles must be
purchased or leased between August 29, 2019, and December 21, 2021. The
program is funded by Maine's portion of the [Volkswagen (VW)
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, including eligible vehicles and preapproval
requirements, see Efficiency Maine's [Electric Vehicle
Initiatives](https://www.efficiencymaine.com/ev/) website. (Reference
[Maine Revised
Statutes](http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/) Title 35-A,
Section 10126)
2019-06-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse3State Incentives2019-09-06 21:02:42 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEFLEET|GOV|OTHER|INDhttp://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/|http://legislature.maine.gov/
12277NVPlug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Parking Space RegulationAn individual may not park a motor vehicle within any parking space
specifically designated for charging PEVs. To use the parking space,
PEVs must be actively charging. Violators may receive a fine of up to
\$750. (Reference [Nevada Revised
Statutes](https://www.leg.state.nv.us/) 484B.468)
2019-05-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse80Laws and Regulations2019-09-10 01:29:18 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERFLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.leg.state.nv.us/
12280CTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Parking RequirementAn individual may not park a motor vehicle in a parking space equipped
with a public charging station unless that vehicle is a PEV. An
infraction applies for non-PEVs that park in spaces with public charging
stations. (Reference [Connecticut General
Statutes](http://www.cga.ct.gov/) 16-19ggg)
2019-07-12 00:00:00 UTCfalse34Laws and Regulations2019-09-10 21:08:48 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERINDhttps://www.cga.ct.gov/asp/cgabillstatus/cgabillstatus.asp?selBillType=Bill&bill_num=HB-7140|https://www.cga.ct.gov/2019/act/pa/pdf/2019PA-00161-R00HB-07140-PA.pdf
12281CTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and EV Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - Norwich Public UtilitiesNorwich Public Utilities (NPU) offers eligible customers rebates for the
purchase or lease of a new or used PEV and the purchase and installation
of qualified EVSE. Rebates are offered in the following amounts:

Vehicle Type

Rebate Amount

New Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV)

\$1,000

New All Electric Vehicle (EV)

\$1,500

Used PHEV, Model Year (MY) 2019 or newer

\$500

Used EV, MY 2019 or newer

\$1,000

EVSE Type

Rebate Amount

Residential Level 2

\$1,000

Commercial, workplace or multifamily Level 2

\$3,000

Commercial, Public Level 2

\$4,000

For more information, including eligibility requirements and how to
apply, see the NPU [Electric Vehicle and Charging Rebate
Program](https://norwichpublicutilities.com/residential/electric-vehicle-charging-rebate-program/)
website.
false33Utility/Private Incentives2019-09-10 21:10:46 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|IND
12292ORElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Installation Rebate - Central LincolnCentral Lincoln offers residential and commercial customers a rebate of
\$250 to purchase a Level 2 EVSE. Eligible EVSE must be purchased on or
after July 1, 2018. Applicants are limited to one rebate per location.
For more information, including the application, please visit the
[Central
Lincoln](https://clpud.org/energy-efficiency/electric-cars/level-2-station-rebate/)
website.
false40Utility/Private Incentives2019-10-16 15:22:25 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|IND
12294ORPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Registration Incentive - Emerald People’s Utility District (EPUD)EPUD customers are eligible for a \$100 incentive to register their new
or used PEV with EPUD. For more information, including eligibility
requirements and application, visit the
[EPUD](https://www.epud.org/register-your-ev/) website.
false35Utility/Private Incentives2019-10-16 15:25:36 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERIND
12295ORElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB)EWEB offers rebates for residential and commercial customers to install
EVSE. Residential customers may receive a rebate of up to \$500 for one
Level 2 EVSE.

Commercial customers may receive rebates up to 50% of equipment and
installation costs for publicly available Level 2 EVSE and direct
current fast (DC Fast) EVSE. Maximum rebate awards are \$1,500 for Level
2 EVSE and \$15,000 for DC Fast EVSE.

For more information, including eligibility and application details,
visit the EWEB [Electric Vehicle Incentives and
Rebates](http://www.eweb.org/residential-customers/going-green/electric-vehicles/ev-incentives)
and [Electric Vehicle Incentives for
Businesses](http://www.eweb.org/business-customers/going-green/electric-vehicles-business/ev-incentives-business)
websites.
false32Utility/Private Incentives2021-10-08 17:07:30 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEFLEET|IND
12296ORNon-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants - Pacific PowerPacific Power offers non-residential customers quarterly grants for up
to 100% of eligible purchase and installation costs of EVSE. Twenty-five
percent of funds will be earmarked for workplace charging and fleet
electrification projects. Additional requirements may apply. For more
information, visit the Pacific Power [Charging Station
Grants](https://www.pacificpower.net/savings-energy-choices/electric-vehicles/charging-station-grants.html)
website.
false33Utility/Private Incentives2019-10-16 15:29:07 UTCELEC|PHEVGNTSTATION|FLEET|GOV
12298WANon-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants - Pacific PowerPacific Power offers non-residential customers quarterly grants for up
to 100% of eligible purchase and installation costs of EVSE. Twenty-five
percent of funds will be earmarked for workplace charging and fleet
electrification projects. Additional requirements may apply. For more
information, including application timelines, visit the Pacific Power
[Charging Station
Grants](https://www.pacificpower.net/savings-energy-choices/electric-vehicles/charging-station-grants.html)
website.
false70Utility/Private Incentives2019-10-16 15:36:23 UTCELEC|PHEVGNTSTATION|FLEET|GOV
12300ORZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) DeploymentThe Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE) will monitor state ZEV adoption
goal progress for registered vehicles, new vehicle purchases, and the
state fleet. The state established the following goals for vehicle
registrations:

- By 2020, 50,000 vehicles will be ZEV;
- By 2025, 250,000 vehicles will be ZEV; and
- By 2030, 25% of vehicles will be ZEV.

In addition, the state established the following goals for new vehicle
purchases:

- By 2030, 50% of all new vehicle purchases will be ZEV; and
- By 2035, 90% of all new vehicle purchases will be ZEV.

By 2029, all state fleet vehicles should be ZEVs. ODOE must submit a
[biannual
report](https://www.oregon.gov/energy/energy-oregon/Pages/BIZEV.aspx) by
September 15 on the status of ZEV adoption. If ZEV adoption goals are
not met, ODOE report must include strategies for increased adoption
rates.

(Reference [Oregon Revised Statutes](https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/)
283.327 and 283.398)
2020-01-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse42Laws and Regulations2019-10-24 21:08:39 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONSOTHERhttps://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2019R1/Measures/Overview/SB1044
12304DESmart Grid Infrastructure DevelopmentAll grid-integrated, plug-in electric vehicles in use by eligible
customers must meet applicable safety and performance standards put
forth by the National Electric Code, Institute of Electric and
Electronic Engineers, UL, and the Society of Automotive Engineers to
ensure that net metering customers comply with the electric supplier's
interconnection tariffs and operating guidelines. (Reference [Delaware
Code](https://delcode.delaware.gov/) Title 26, Chapter 10, Section
1014e)
2019-05-29 00:00:00 UTCfalse59Laws and Regulations2019-10-28 18:14:27 UTCRenewable Fuels Mandates and StandardsELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|PURCH|MAN|FLEET|INDhttps://delcode.delaware.gov/|https://delcode.delaware.gov/sessionlaws/ga150/chp024.shtml|https://delcode.delaware.gov/sessionlaws/ga150/chp024.shtml
12305CAAll-Electric Vehicle (EV) Rebate - MCEThe MCEv Program offers a \$3,500 rebate for the purchase or lease of a
new EV for income-qualifying customers. To be eligible for the rebate,
an applicant must live in MCE's service area, be a MCE customer, and
meet at least one of the qualifying income requirements. For more
information, including how to apply, see the MCE [MCEv
Rebates](https://www.mcecleanenergy.org/ev-drivers/) website.
false106Utility/Private Incentives2019-11-08 15:25:39 UTCELECRBATEIND
12307ILDiesel Emission Reduction GrantsThe Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) administers the
Driving a Cleaner Illinois program for diesel emission reduction
projects. Projects are funded by Illinois' portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement),
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency\'s [Diesel Emission Reduction
Act (DERA) Program](https://www.epa.gov/cleandiesel), and the U.S.
Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration's
[Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ)
Program](https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/air_quality/cmaq/). For
more information, including funding availability, see the IEPA [Driving
a Cleaner Illinois](https://grants.illinois.gov/portal/) website.
false20State Incentives2019-11-08 16:37:20 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12308ILTransportation Electrification Infrastructure ProjectsThe Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) will provide
transportation electrification grants of \$70,000,000 for, but not
limited to, electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The IEPA will
prioritize investments in medium- and heavy-duty vehicle charging, and
electrification of public transit, fleets, and school buses. (Reference
[Public Act](http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/publicacts/default.asp)
101-0029)
2019-07-01 00:00:00 UTCfalse71State Incentives2019-11-08 16:50:21 UTCELEC|HEV|PHEVGNTSTATION|FLEET|GOV|TRANShttps://www.ilga.gov/legislation/publicacts/fulltext.asp?Name=101-0029
12309CAZero-Emission Transit Bus Tax ExemptionZero-emission transit buses are exempt from state sales and use taxes
when sold to public agencies eligible for the [Low Emission Truck and
Bus Purchase Vouchers](https://afdc.energy.gov/laws/8160). This
exemption expires January 1, 2024. (Reference [California Revenue and
Taxation Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml%20)
6377)
2019-10-09 00:00:00 UTCfalse62State Incentives2019-11-11 20:03:48 UTCELEC|HYEXEMGOV|TRANShttps://oal.ca.gov/
12312CAUsed Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate Program - LADWPThe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) offers rebates up
to \$1,500 to residential electric customers for the purchase of
eligible used PEVs. Additional terms and conditions apply. For more
information, including program guidelines and application materials, see
the [Charge Up
L.A.!](https://www.ladwp.com/ladwp/faces/ladwp/residential/r-gogreen/r-gg-driveelectric?_adf.ctrl-state=1d4357epvd_4&_afrLoop=472125629767806)
website.
false138Utility/Private Incentives2019-11-11 21:14:18 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12313CAPlug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate Reduction - Bear Valley Electric Service (BVES)BVES offers three PEV time-of-use (TOU) rates to customers enrolled in
the Transportation Electrification Pilot Program. The discounted TOU
rate is for the super off-peak hours. For more information, including
how to apply and eligibility, see the BVES [Rate
Structures](https://www.bves.com/customer-service/rates-&-regulations/general-rate-schedules)
website.
false151Utility/Private Incentives2019-11-11 21:21:54 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUSTATION|IND
12315CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Grid Integration RequirementsBy December 31, 2020, the California Public Utilities Commission (PUC)
must establish strategies and metrics to maximize the use of PEV grid
integration for a ten-year
[plan](https://gridworks.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/VGI-Working-Group-Final-Report-6.30.20.pdf).
The PUC must also consider how to limit cost increases for all
ratepayers. PEV grid integration refers to any action that optimizes
when or how a PEV is charged. Electrical corporations and community
choice aggregators serving more than 700 gigawatt-hours of annual
electrical demand, must provide the PUC with information relating to PEV
integration strategies. Additional terms and conditions apply.
(Reference [California Public Utilities
Code](https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/home.xhtml) 740.16)
2019-10-02 00:00:00 UTCfalse184Laws and Regulations2019-11-11 21:42:35 UTCELEC|OTHER|PHEVOTHERGOV|OTHERhttp://www.oal.ca.gov/
12322CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Grant - Bay AreaThe Bay Area Air Quality Management District's (BAAQMD) Clean Cars for
All program offers grants up to \$9,500 to income-eligible residents to
replace a vehicle eligible for retirement with a PEV or FCEV. Eligible
vehicles for replacement should be model year 2005 or older. Recipients
may buy or lease a new or used PEV or FCEV. Grants vary depending on the
household income and vehicle technology. Vehicles that are replaced must
be turned in at an authorized dismantler.

Individuals that purchase a battery-electric vehicle are eligible to
receive up to \$2,000 for the purchase and installation of Level 2
electric vehicle supply equipment.

For more information, including additional eligibility requirements and
how to apply, see the BAAQMD [Clean Cars for
All](http://www.baaqmd.gov/funding-and-incentives/residents/clean-cars-for-all)
website.
false73State Incentives2020-11-13 14:22:29 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVGNTSTATION|IND
12323MNPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Toll Credit Pilot ProgramThe Minnesota Department of Transportation is piloting a three-year
program to give a one-time MnPass account credit to eligible PEV drivers
for use in MnPass toll lanes. Drivers who purchase or lease a new or
used plug-in hybrid electric vehicle receive a \$125 credit or a \$250
credit for an all-electric vehicle. Eligible vehicles must be purchased
or leased between November 1, 2019 and October 31, 2022. For more
information, visit the
[MnPass](https://www.dot.state.mn.us/mnpass/mnpassnews.html) website.
false9State Incentives2019-12-03 16:34:46 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERIND
12324MANon-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program - National GridNational Grid's Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program provides
non-residential customers with installation and funding support to
install approved Level 2 or direct current (DC) fast EVSE at businesses,
multi-unit dwellings, and workplaces. Additional terms and conditions
apply. For more information, see the [EV Charging
Station](https://www.nationalgridus.com/MA-Business/Energy-Saving-Programs/Electric-Vehicle-Charging-Station-Program)
program website.
false22Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-10 21:43:05 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|FLEET
12325WIClean Diesel Grant ProgramThe Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) provides U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Diesel Emission Reduction Act (DERA)
funding for projects that reduce diesel emissions in Wisconsin. Funding
for 25% to 100% of eligible projects costs is available to businesses,
nonprofits, and public entities that reduce diesel emissions by
replacing engines, retrofitting exhaust controls, purchasing new
vehicles, or installing idle reduction equipment. For more information,
including funding amounts and application details, see the DNR [Clean
Diesel Grant Program](https://dnr.wi.gov/Aid/CleanDiesel.html) website.
false19State Incentives2019-12-11 15:43:33 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesBIOD|ELEC|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12326WIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Leasing Program – Madison Gas and Electric (MGE)MGE residential customers can pay \$20 per month for the installation
and maintenance of a Level 2 EVSE. Participants must sign a five-year
service agreement. For more information, see MGE's
[Charge\@Home](https://www.mge.com/our-environment/electric-vehicles/charge@home-program)
website.
false103Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-11 15:53:55 UTCELEC|PHEVLOANS|OTHERIND
12327WIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Barron Electric Cooperative (BEC)BEC offers residential customers rebates for the full cost of a Level 2
EVSE. For more information, see the BEC [Residential
Programs](https://www.barronelectric.com/rebates) website.
false120Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-11 16:18:08 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12328WIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Chippewa Valley Electric Cooperative (CVEC)CVEC offers customers a \$400 rebate to purchase and install a new Level
2 EVSE. All rebate documentation must be submitted within three months
of the EVSE purchase. Rebates are available on a first-come,
first-served basis. For more information, including eligibility
requirements and how to apply, see the CVEC
[Rebates](https://www.cvecoop.com/rebates.php) website.
false130Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-11 16:20:01 UTC2021-12-31 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12329WIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Clark Electric Cooperative (CEC)CEC offers customers a \$400 rebate to purchase and install a new Level
2 EVSE. Rebates is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For
more information, see the CEC [Rebates and
Incentives](https://www.cecoop.com/rebatesincentives) website.
false140Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-11 16:21:45 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12330WIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – East Central Energy (ECE)ECE offers residential customers a \$750 rebate to install a Level 2
EVSE on a time-of-use or off-peak storage electricity rate. For more
information, see the ECE [Residential
Rebates](https://www.eastcentralenergy.com/electric-vehicles) website.
false150Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-11 16:23:21 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12331WIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Price Electric CooperativePrice Electric Cooperative offers residential customers a \$500 rebate
to customers who purchase and install a Level 2 EVSE. Rebates are
available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information,
including application details, see the Price Electric Cooperative
[Rebates](https://priceelectric.coop/smart-sense-rebates) website.
false160Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-11 16:25:43 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12332WIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Riverland Energy Cooperative (REC)REC offers residential customers a \$400 rebate to purchase and install
a Level 2 EVSE. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served
basis. For more information, including application details, see the REC
[Rebates](https://www.riverlandenergy.com/rebates) website.
false170Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-11 16:27:04 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12333WIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services (PPCS)PPCS offers residential customers a \$400 rebate to purchase and install
a Level 2 EVSE. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served
basis. For more information, see the PPCS [Programs &
Rebates](https://www.piercepepin.coop/programs-rebates) website.
false180Utility/Private Incentives2020-02-07 22:41:26 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12336CAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentives for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Fleets - PG&EPacific Gas & Electric's (PG&E) EV Fleet Program offers competitive
incentives to facilitate the installation of EVSE for medium- and
heavy-duty vehicle fleets. PG&E offers dedicated electrical
infrastructure design and construction services and reduced costs for
electrical infrastructure work. Entities eligible to receive rebates for
the purchase and installation of new EVSE include schools, transit
agencies, and disadvantaged communities. Rebates are available in the
following amounts:

::: {align="center"}
EVSE Power Output Rebate Amount
------------------------ ----------------
Up to 50 kilowatt (kW) Up to \$15,000
50.1 kW to 150 kW Up to \$25,000
150.1 kW and above Up to \$42,000
:::

Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, see the
PG&E [EV Fleet
Program](https://www.pge.com/en_US/large-business/solar-and-vehicles/clean-vehicles/ev-fleet-program/ev-fleet-program.page?WT.mc_id=Vanity_evfleet)
website.
false110Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-13 15:49:57 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV
12340MEMaine Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) Beneficial Electrification Pilot ProgramMPUC is conducting a pilot program to support beneficial electrification
of the transportation sector. Beneficial electrification must lead to
reduced fossil fuel usage and provide no harm to the environment,
utilities, or ratepayers. For more information, see the [MPUC
Electricity](https://www.maine.gov/mpuc/electricity/rfps/electrification-pilot/)
website. (Reference [Docket
No.](https://mpuc-cms.maine.gov/CQM.Public.WebUI/ExternalHome.aspx)
2019-00217)
2019-08-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse61Laws and Regulations2019-12-16 22:28:16 UTCEFFECCCEINITOTHERhttps://mpuc-cms.maine.gov/CQM.Public.WebUI/ExternalHome.aspx
12343NMElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) FundingThe New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) provides funding for
eligible mitigation projects for nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions. NMED
may provide funds up to 100% of the cost to purchase, install, and
maintain eligible light-duty EVSE. Additional requirements may apply.

The program is funded by New Mexico's portion of the [Volkswagen
Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
For more information, visit the New Mexico [Volkswagen
Settlement](https://www.env.nm.gov/air-quality/vw-settlement/) website.
false5State Incentives2019-12-16 22:38:49 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|FLEET|GOV|IND
12346NMDiesel Emission Reduction FundingThe New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) provides U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency Diesel Emission Reduction Act (DERA) funding for
heavy-duty on-road new diesel or alternative fuel repowers and
replacements, as well as off-road all-electric repowers and
replacements. Vehicles that qualify for replacement or repower include:

- Model Year (MY) 1992-2009 Class 8 local freight trucks and port
drayage trucks;
- MY 1992-2009 Class 4-7 local freight trucks;
- MY 2009 or older Class 4-8 school buses, shuttle buses, and transit
buses;
- Forklifts with greater than 8,000 pounds of lift capacity;
- Port cargo handling equipment; and
- High emissions diesel-powered or spark ignition airport ground
support equipment.

For more information, visit the New Mexico
[DERA](https://www.env.nm.gov/air-quality/diesel/) website.
false6State Incentives2019-12-16 22:45:01 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesAFTMKTCONV|BIOD|ETH|ELEC|EFFEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12347OKElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO)PSO residential customers are eligible for rebates up to \$250 for an
[ENERGY STAR](https://www.energystar.gov/products) certified Level 2
EVSE. EVSE must be new and purchased in Oklahoma. For more information,
including the application, see the PSO [Electric Vehicle
Charger](https://www.psoklahoma.com/clean-energy/electric-cars/)
website.
false60Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-16 22:47:57 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12348TNElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Knoxville Utility Board (KUB)KUB offers residential customers rebate up to \$400 for the purchase and
installation of a Level 2 EVSE. For more information, including the
application, please visit the [KUB Electric
Vehicle](https://www.kub.org/about/kub-environmental-stewardship/ev-charger-rebate-program)
website.
false20Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-16 22:50:51 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12349AZElectric Vehicle (EV) Definition and Implementation PlanThe Arizona Corporation Commission (Commission) defines EVs as
transportation vehicles that use electricity for propulsion. The
Commission issued an EV policy statement that provides guidelines on
EVs, charging infrastructure, and transportation electrification to
utilities the Commission regulates. The policy addresses the state of
EVs in Arizona, EV benefits, and barriers to adoption. This policy
purposefully does not define the Commission's role with respect to
electric vehicle charging infrastructure operated by non-utilities at
this time, but will explore it in the future. For more information, see
the Commission's [EV policy
statement](https://docket.images.azcc.gov/0000195197.pdf) and the
[Corporation Commission](https://www.azcc.gov/) website. (Reference
[Docket](https://edocket.azcc.gov/Search/DocketDetailSearch?docketId=21658)
RU-00000A-18-0284 decision number 77044)
2019-01-16 00:00:00 UTCfalse65Laws and Regulations2019-12-19 16:16:14 UTCELEC|PHEVCCEINITSTATION|MAN|GOV|IND
12350AZElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - Tucson Electric Power (TEP)TEP provides a rebate to residential customers that covers up to 75% of
the cost of EVSE installation. The maximum rebate awards are \$500 for a
two-way charger and \$250 for a one-way charger. For more information,
including how to apply, see the TEP [Electric Vehicle
Rebates](https://www.tep.com/ev-rebates/) website.
false55Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-19 16:24:21 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12351AZPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rates - Tuscon Electric Power (TEP)TEP offers three time-of-use (TOU) rates for residential customers with
PEVs. For more information, see the TEP [Rates for EV
Owners](https://www.tep.com/rates-for-ev-owners/) website.
false60Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-19 16:46:58 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
12353NYElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive Program - PSEG Long IslandPublic Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Long Island offers customers an
incentive to own and operate direct current (DC) fast EVSE. Award
amounts are dependent on eligibility year, DC fast power rating, and the
configuration of the charging equipment. Funds are awarded on a
first-come, first-served basis. For more information, see the PSEG Long
Island [DC Fast
Charging](https://www.psegliny.com/saveenergyandmoney/greenenergy/ev/dcfc)
website.
false62Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-19 16:56:30 UTC2026-01-01 00:00:00 UTCPHEVGNTSTATION|FLEET|IND
12354NYElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - PSEG Long IslandPublic Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Long Island offers a \$500 rebate
to residential customers who install a smart, Level 2 EVSE between
January 1, 2021, and December 31, 2021. Funds are awarded on a
first-come, first-served basis and are limited to two rebates per year,
per residential account. Additional terms and conditions apply. For more
information, including how to apply, see the PSEG Long Island [Smart
Charger
Rebate](https://www.psegliny.com/saveenergyandmoney/greenenergy/ev/smartcharge)
website.
false64Utility/Private Incentives2021-01-12 23:42:05 UTC2021-12-31 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|IND
12355TXElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – United Cooperative Services (UCS)UCS offers residential customers a rebate of 50% of the cost to install
a Level 2 EVSE, up to \$500. For more information, including eligibility
and how to apply, see the UCS [Energy Rebate
Programs](https://www.united-cs.com/rebate-programs) website.
false85Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-19 17:17:29 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12356VTPlug-in Electric Vehicle and Off-Road Equipment Rebates - VPPSAVermont Public Power Supply Authority (VPPSA) member customers are
eligible for rebates of up to \$1,000 on the purchase of a new
all-electric vehicle (EV), and up to \$500 on the purchase of a new
plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). VPPSA also offers rebates of
\$500 for the purchase of a pre-owned EV and \$250 for the purchase of a
pre-owned PHEV. Low-income customers may receive an additional \$400
rebate for a new EV or PHEV.

Additional rebates are available for the purchase of an electric
forklift, residential or commercial lawnmower, and other yard care
equipment.

For more information visit the VPPSA [Electric Vehicle
Rebate](https://vppsa.com/resources/rebate-forms/) website.
false16Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-11 12:27:59 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12357VTPlug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate - Stowe ElectricStowe Electric offers customers rebates for the purchase or lease of
PEVs. New plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) are eligible for a
\$750 rebate, new all-electric vehicles (EVs) are eligible for a \$1,000
rebate, and income-qualifying customers are eligible for an additional
\$250 rebate for either vehicle. Stowe Electric also offers a \$400
rebate for the purchase of used EVs and a \$300 rebate for the purchase
of used PHEVs. For more information, including how to apply, see the
Stowe Electric [Rebate
Programs](https://www.stoweelectric.com/programs/rebate-programs)
website.
false10Utility/Private Incentives2019-12-20 16:37:47 UTCVehicle Purchase and Infrastructure Development IncentivesELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12369NJPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Deployment GoalsThe State of New Jersey will work to increase the number of PEVs and
related infrastructure to meet the following state goals:

- 10% of new buses purchased by the New Jersey Transit Corporation
must be zero emission vehicles (ZEV) by December 31, 2024. Then 50%
of new buses must be ZEV by December 31, 2026, and 100% must be ZEV
by December 31, 2032.
- By December 31, 2025, there must be 400 direct current (DC) fast
EVSE and 1,000 Level 2 EVSE installed and available for public use
at minimally 200 locations. 75 locations must include at least two
DC fast installed along travel corridors, while 100 locations must
include at least two DC fast in community locations. Additionally,
15% of all multi-family residential properties must include EVSE
infrastructure and 20% of all franchised overnight lodging must have
EVSE available for guests.
- By December 31, 2035, there will be 2 million registered light-duty
PEVs in the state, and 100% of state-owned, non-emergency light-duty
vehicles must be PEVs.
- By December 31, 2040, 85% of all new light-duty vehicles sold in the
state will be PEVs.

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) must establish goals
for transportation electrification and infrastructure development for
medium- and heavy-duty on-road diesel vehicles and charging
infrastructure by December 31, 2020. For more information, see the NJBPU
[Electric Vehicle Incentive Programs](https://www.njcleanenergy.com/ev)
website.

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) develops
and implements a [public education
program](https://www.drivegreen.nj.gov/plugin.html) regarding the
availability and benefits of PEVs, state PEV goals, and the availability
of PEV and EVSE incentives.

NJDEP and NJBPU must prepare and submit a report to the governor and
legislature every five years on the state of the PEV market in New
Jersey, progress towards achieving the above goals, barriers to the
achievement of the goals, and recommendations for legislative or
regulatory action to address barriers.

(Reference [New Jersey Statutes](https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/)
48:25-3)
2020-01-17 00:00:00 UTCfalse5Laws and Regulations2020-01-22 21:59:32 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|FLEET|GOV|INDhttps://www.njleg.state.nj.us/|https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/
12370NJPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate ProgramThe New Jersey Board of Public Utilities offers state residents a rebate
in the amount of \$25 per mile of EPA-rated all-electric range, up to
\$5,000, to purchase or lease a new PEV with an MSRP of \$55,000 or
less. Rebates may be limited to one award per person. For more
information, and rebate availability, see New Jersey's Clean Energy
Program [Electric Vehicle Incentive
Programs](https://www.njcleanenergy.com/ev) website. (Reference [New
Jersey Statutes](http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/) 48:25-4)
2020-01-17 00:00:00 UTCfalse30State Incentives2020-01-22 22:09:33 UTC2030-06-30 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEINDhttp://www.njleg.state.nj.us/|http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/
12373MDElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Residential Rebate - Potomac EdisonPotomac Edison offers residential customers a \$300 rebate for the
purchase and installation of a qualified Level 2 EVSE through the EV
Driven Program. For more information, including eligibility and
qualifying EVSE, see the [EV
Driven](https://firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/help/saving_energy/electric-vehicles/maryland-ev/maryland-ev.html)
website.
false5Utility/Private Incentives2020-02-03 17:47:52 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12374MDElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Charging Rate Incentive - Potomac EdisonPotomac Edison offers residential customers the opportunity to earn 2
cents per kilowatt-hour when charging with eligible EVSE during off-peak
hours through the EV Driven Off-Peak Rewards Program. For more
information, see the [EV
Driven](https://firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/help/saving_energy/electric-vehicles/maryland-ev/maryland-ev.html)
website.
false8Utility/Private Incentives2020-02-03 17:51:59 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERIND
12375MDElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Multifamily Rebate - Potomac EdisonPotomac Edison offers multifamily property owners a rebate up to
\$20,000 for the purchase and installation of qualified Level 2 or
direct current (DC) fast chargers on their property through the EV
Driven Program. Only customers that purchase and install eligible EVSE
after December 1, 2019, are eligible. For more information, including
eligibility and qualifying EVSE, see the [EV
Driven](https://firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/help/saving_energy/electric-vehicles/maryland-ev/maryland-ev.html)
website.
false12Utility/Private Incentives2020-02-03 17:58:19 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEOTHER
12378INPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - Indiana Michigan PowerIndiana Michigan Power offers a TOU rate to residential customers who
own a qualified PEV. Indiana Michigan Power may require customers to
install a metering system that is capable of separately tracking PEV
charging. For more information, see the Indiana Michigan Power [Rates
and
Tariffs](https://www.indianamichiganpower.com/account/bills/rates/IandMRatesTariffsIN.aspx)
website.
false50Utility/Private Incentives2020-03-09 19:36:16 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
12380NMGrid Infrastructure Development and SupportThe New Mexico Department of Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources
will develop a grant program to support grid modernization technologies.
Technologies include advanced metering infrastructure, energy storage
systems, and electric vehicle charging systems. (Reference [New Mexico
Statutes](https://nmonesource.com/nmos/nmsa/en/nav_date.do) 71-11-1)
false7Laws and Regulations2020-03-10 22:05:06 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHEROTHERhttps://nmonesource.com/nmos/nmsa/en/nav_date.do
12381NJEnergy Master PlanNew Jersey has developed an Energy Master Plan (EMP) that will guide the
State to achieve its goals of electrifying the transportation sector and
achieving 100% carbon-neutral electricity generation by 2050. The EMP
calls for decarbonization of the transportation sector through:

- Supporting the deployment of 330,000 light-duty electric vehicles
(EVs) by 2025;
- Deploying electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) throughout the
state;
- Creating incentives for EVSE;
- Educating consumers and fleet owners on EVs;
- Transitioning state fleet vehicles to EVs;
- Partnering with industry to develop incentives for medium- and
heavy-duty all-electric or fuel-cell vehicles; and
- Exploring policies that accelerate the adoption of alternative
fuels.

For more information, see the [Energy Master Plan](https://nj.gov/emp/)
website.
false70Laws and Regulations2020-03-23 16:37:48 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVCCEINITSTATION|AFP|FLEET|GOV|IND
12382HIElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates – Hawaii EnergyHawaii Energy administers the Electric Vehicle Charging Station rebate
program on behalf of the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission, which
offers rebates to commercial and multifamily dwelling customers for the
installation of Level 2 and direct current (DC) fast EVSE. Eligible
applicants include individuals, non-profit organizations, private
businesses, government entities, and homeowner associations or
authorized entities on behalf of multi-unit dwellings. Rebates are
available for new and retrofitted EVSE. Rebates are awarded on a
first-come, first-served basis while funding lasts. A total of \$100,000
is available for eligible EVSE projects installed between July 1, 2021,
and June 30, 2022. For more information, including program eligibility
and requirements, see the Hawaii Energy [Electric Vehicle Charging
Station](https://hawaiienergy.com/for-business/rebates/electric-vehicle-charging-stations)
website.
2021-06-24 00:00:00 UTCfalse2Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-09 21:20:18 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATE|TAXSTATION|FLEEThttps://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/session2019/bills/GM1244_.PDF|https://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/
12383WAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Study Incentive - Tacoma Public Utility (TPU)TPU is conducting a study to understand the charging patterns for
residential PEVs. In exchange for completion of surveys about PEV
charging and use, TPU customers may be eligible for an up to \$250
incentive per year. Eligible residential customers must own or lease a
PEV and own their own charging equipment. For more information, see the
TPU [EV Charging
Study](https://www.mytpu.org/community-environment/clean-renewable-energy/electric-vehicles/electric-vehicle-charging/)
website.
false73Utility/Private Incentives2020-04-07 15:58:31 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHER|RBATESTATION|IND
12385WAMandatory Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Building StandardsBy July 1, 2021, the Washington State Building Code Council (Council)
must adopt rules for EVSE installation at all new buildings that provide
on-site parking. At least one parking space, or 10% of parking spaces
rounded to the next whole number, must be made-ready for Level 2 EVSE.
Electrical capacity must accommodate the potential to serve a minimum of
20% of the total parking spaces with Level 2 EVSE. For assembly,
education, or mercantile buildings, the requirements apply only to
employee parking spaces. Buildings classified as utility or
miscellaneous are exempt from these requirements. Buildings classified
as residential R-3 must implement rules for EVSE installation by July 1,
2024. By July 1, 2024, the Council is required to adopt rules that
exceed the minimum requirements set in July 2021. Additional terms and
conditions apply. (Reference [House
Bill](https://leg.wa.gov/House/Pages/default.aspx) 1287,2021 and
[Revised Code of Washington](https://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/) 19.27.540)
2019-05-07 00:00:00 UTCfalse83Laws and Regulations2020-04-13 15:43:07 UTCELEC|PHEVBUILD|OTHEROTHERhttp://leg.wa.gov/
12386VAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-of-Use (TOU) Rate – Appalachian Power CompanyAppalachian Power Company offers a TOU rate to residential customers
that own a PEV. Eligible customers must have a meter that is capable of
separately identifying PEV usage. For more information, including
billing rates and additional service conditions, see the Appalachian
Power Company [Virginia Rates &
Tariffs](https://www.appalachianpower.com/account/bills/rates/apcoratestariffsva.aspx)
website. This service is experimental and only available until September
12, 2023.
false30Utility/Private Incentives2020-04-08 17:13:15 UTC2023-09-12 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
12389UTResidential Electric Vehicle Time of Use (TOU) Rate Pilot – Rocky Mountain PowerRocky Mountain Power offers a TOU rate to residential customers that own
plug-in electric vehicles. Residential customers that participate for
one year are eligible for a \$200 incentive. This program ends January
1, 2022. For more information, see the Rocky Mountain Power [Utah
Electric Vehicle
Incentives](https://www.rockymountainpower.net/savings-energy-choices/electric-vehicles.html)
website.
false34Utility/Private Incentives2020-04-10 16:42:09 UTC2022-01-01 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
12390UTElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Program AuthorizationThe Utah Public Service Commission is authorized to establish a
large-scale EVSE program, with a maximum cost of \$50,000,000. The
program may include utility-owned EVSE, a new EVSE rate structure, and a
public education plan. Utilities implementing EVSE programs must submit
annual progress reports by June 1 for the previous calendar year.

(Reference Utah [House Bill](https://le.utah.gov/) 396, 2020, and [Utah
Code](https://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 54-4-41)
2020-03-28 00:00:00 UTCfalse85Laws and Regulations2020-04-10 18:52:00 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERGOV|OTHERhttps://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html|Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Program Authorization
12392UTElectric Vehicle Emissions Inspections ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by electricity are exempt from state motor
vehicle emissions inspections. (Reference [Utah
Code](https://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html) 41-1a-1223 and 41-6a-1642)
2020-03-24 00:00:00 UTCfalse90State Incentives2020-04-10 19:07:32 UTCELECEXEMFLEET|INDhttps://le.utah.gov/xcode/code.html
12393ORState Emissions Reductions and Reporting RequirementsOregon will pursue transportation electrification as part of greenhouse
gas emissions reduction targets of at least 45% below 1990 levels by
2035, and at least 80% below 1990 levels by 2050. Select state agencies
must report actions to reduce emissions annually. The Oregon Department
of Transportation published a
[report](https://www.oregon.gov/odot/Programs/Documents/Climate%20Office/TEINA_Final_Report_June282021.pdf)
on statewide transportation electrification infrastructure analysis in
June 2021. Additional requirements apply. (Reference [Executive
Order](http://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx)
20-04, 2020)
2020-03-10 00:00:00 UTCfalse105Laws and Regulations2020-04-23 00:29:48 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVCCEINITOTHERhttp://www.oregon.gov/gov/admin/pages/executive-orders.aspx
12395ORPlug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - Portland General Electric (PGE)PGE offers a TOU electricity rate for customers with a PEV. Additional
terms and conditions apply. For more information, see the PGE [TOU
Pricing](https://portlandgeneral.com/about/info/pricing-plans/time-of-use/time-of-use-pricing-home)
website.
false45Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-01 13:20:23 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
12396IDCommercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive - Idaho PowerEligible Idaho Power business customers may apply for funding to install
EVSE for electric passenger vehicles, forklifts, or other transportation
technologies. Incentives are offered in the following amounts for the
purchase and installation of EVSE:

Fleet EVSE Application Maximum Amount Limit per Customer
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------
Passenger vehicles 50% of project costs, up to \$7,500 per site for Level 1 or 2 EVSE \$15,000
Forklifts 50% of project costs, up to \$7,500 per site for EVSE \$7,500
Buses, refrigerated trucking, refuse trucks, and airport ground support equipment 50% of project costs, up to \$20,000 per site for EVSE \$20,000

Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, visit the
Idaho Power [EVSE Incentive
Offering](https://www.idahopower.com/idaho-power-electric-vehicle-supply-equipment-incentive-offering/)
website.
false21Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-08 16:57:14 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHER|RBATESTATION|FLEET
12400SDDiesel Emission Reduction GrantsThe South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
administers the Clean Diesel Grant Program for bus diesel emission
reduction projects. Projects are funded by South Dakota's portion of the
[Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement)
and the U.S. EPA's [Diesel Emission Reduction Act (DERA)
Program](https://www.epa.gov/cleandiesel). For more information,
including how to apply, see the South Dakota [Clean Diesel Grant
Program](https://denr.sd.gov/des/aq/aadera.aspx) website.
false4State IncentivesBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGGNTFLEET|GOV
12401SDVolkswagen (VW) Settlement AllocationThe South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources may use
funds awarded to South Dakota through the [Volkswagen Environmental
Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement)
to issue grants for the reduction of nitrogen oxide air emissions from
mobile sources in the state. The funds are deposited into a Clean Air
Act Settlement fund.

(Reference [South Dakota Statutes](https://sdlegislature.gov/) 34A-1-63
and 36A-1-64)
2019-03-05 00:00:00 UTCfalse30Laws and Regulations2020-05-11 18:00:01 UTCBIOD|ETH|ELEC|HEV|IR|NG|PHEV|LPGAIRQEMISSIONSOTHERhttps://sdlegislature.gov/
12402AZCommercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Tucson Electric Power (TEP)TEP offers rebates and technical support to businesses, multi-family
dwellings, and non-profit customers that purchase and install between
two to five EVSE ports. TEP will evaluate the electrical capacity and
supporting EVSE infrastructure at locations that install six or more
ports on a case-by-case basis. Higher rebates are available for
commercial customers located in lower-income areas. Low-income areas are
defined as U.S. Census tracts where the average household income does
not exceed 80% of the median Arizona household income. Rebates are
available in the following amounts:



EVSE Type Location Rebate Low-Income Area Rebate
---------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------
Level 2 Workplace \$4,500 per port; up to 75% of project cost \$6,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost
Level 2 Multi-Family Dwelling or Non-profit Organization \$6,000 per port; up to 85% of project cost \$9,000 per port; up to 85% of project cost
Direct Current (DC) Fast Charger All \$24,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost \$40,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost



For more information, including project eligibility and how to apply,
see the TEP [Smart Electric Vehicle Charging
Program](https://www.tep.com/smart-ev-charging-program/) website.
false65Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-11 18:09:06 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|OTHER
12403LAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO)SWEPCO offers residential customers a \$250 rebate for the installation
of an ENERGY STAR certified Level 2 EVSE. Additional terms and
conditions apply. For more information, including how to apply and
funding availability, see the SWEPCO [Level 2 Home EV Charging Station
Rebate
Program](https://www.swepco.com/clean-energy/electric-cars/charging-station)
website.
false40Utility/Private Incentives2021-09-14 19:21:25 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12405TXElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO)SWEPCO offers residential customers a \$250 rebate for the installation
of an ENERGY STAR certified Level 2 EVSE. Rebates are available on a
first-come, first-served basis. Additional terms and conditions apply.
For more information, including how to apply, see the SWEPCO [Level 2
Home EV Charging Station Rebate
Program](https://www.swepco.com/clean-energy/electric-cars/charging-station)
website.
false60Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-11 18:21:20 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12407VAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Policies for AssociationsHomeowners associations (HOAs) or condominium associations may not
prohibit the installation of an EVSE for personal use within the EVSE
owner's designated parking space. HOAs may establish restrictions on the
number, size, placement, manner of installation, and insurance
requirements for the EVSE if it is installed on the exterior of the
property or in a common area. HOAs are not liable for the EVSE.

A condominium association may prohibit the installation of an EVSE if it
is not technically feasible or practical due to safety risks, structural
issues, or engineering conditions. Condominiums may establish
requirements on the manner of installation, architectural design,
insurance requirements, and community-related expenses for the EVSE.

(Reference [Virginia Code](https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/)
55.1-1823.1, 55.1-1962.1, and 55.1-2139.1)
2020-04-09 00:00:00 UTCfalse20Laws and Regulations2020-05-11 18:46:15 UTCELEC|PHEVRTCMUD|INDhttps://lis.virginia.gov/000/sab.htm
12410GAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Georgia PowerGeorgia Power offers residential customers a \$250 rebate for Level 2
EVSE installed between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2020. For more
information, including eligible EVSE and how to apply, see the Georgia
Power [Electric Vehicles](https://www.georgiapower.com/electricvehicles)
website.
false54Utility/Private Incentives2020-05-11 19:12:24 UTC2021-12-31 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12411MDElectric Vehicle Emissions Inspection ExemptionVehicles powered exclusively by electricity are exempt from state
emissions inspections. For more information, see the Maryland [Vehicle
Emissions Inspection
Program](https://mde.maryland.gov/programs/Air/MobileSources/Pages/VEIP.aspx)
website. (Reference [Maryland
Statutes](http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/mgawebsite/), Transportation Code
23-206 and 23-206.4)
false35State Incentives2020-05-12 14:39:20 UTCELECEXEMFLEET|GOV|OTHER|IND
12413AZHigh Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane ExemptionThe Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) allows qualified
alternative fuel vehicles (AFV) with an AFV license plate to use HOV
lanes, regardless of the number of occupants. Qualified AFVs are defined
as vehicles powered exclusively by electricity, propane, natural gas,
hydrogen, or a blend of hydrogen with propane or natural gas. Qualified
AFVs must not be capable of operating on any other fuel type. This
exemption expires September 20, 2025. For more information about vehicle
eligibility and HOV access, visit the ADOT
[AFV](https://azdot.gov/motor-vehicles/vehicle-services/vehicle-registration/alternative-fuel-vehicle)
website. (Reference [Arizona Revised
Statutes](https://www.azleg.gov/arstitle/) 1-215 and 28-2416)
false27State Incentives2020-06-12 19:19:24 UTC2025-09-30 00:00:00 UTCELEC|HY|NG|LPGEXEMIND
12414NEAll-Electric Vehicle (EV) and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – NPPDNebraska Public Power District (NPPD) offers residential customers a
\$4,500 rebate for the purchase of a new EV and the installation of an
eligible Level 2 EVSE, or a \$500 rebate for the installation of an
eligible Level 2 EVSE. Participants must purchase the EVSE through NPPD.
NPPD also offers residential customers an additional \$200 rebate for
the pre-wiring necessary for EVSE installation. NPPD offers commercial
customers a 50% reimbursement for the installation of a public Level 2
or DC Fast EVSE station as well as a 100% reimbursement up to \$1000 for
the construction of a conduit necessary for a public EVSE station.
Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more
information, including eligible EVSE and how to apply, see the NPPD
[Incentives &
Programs](https://www.nppd.com/save-money/incentives-programs) website.
false45Utility/Private Incentives2020-06-12 20:10:47 UTCELECRBATEFLEET|OTHER|IND
12415NEAll-Electric Vehicle (EV) and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – SPPDSouthern Public Power District (SPPD) offers residential customers a
\$4,500 rebate for the purchase of a new EV and the installation of an
eligible Level 2 EVSE, or a \$500 rebate for the installation of an
eligible Level 2 EVSE. SPPD also offers residential customers an
additional \$100 rebate for the pre-wiring necessary for EVSE
installation. SPPD offers commercial customers a 50% reimbursement for
the installation of a public Level 2 or DC Fast EVSE station as well as
a 100% reimbursement up to \$1000 for the construction of a conduit
necessary for a public EVSE station. Rebates are available on a
first-come, first-served basis. For more information, including eligible
EVSE and how to apply, see the SPPD [Incentive
Programs](https://southernpd.com/incentive-programs/) website.
false45Utility/Private Incentives2020-06-12 20:12:36 UTCELECRBATEFLEET|OTHER|IND
12417CTPublic Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging Rate Pilot Program - EversourceEversource offers a voluntary rate program for public, separately
metered, Level 2 or direct current (DC) fast electric vehicle supply
equipment. Eligibility for this rate is subject to the review and
approval of Eversource. For more information, visit the [Electric
Vehicle Rebate
Program](https://www.eversource.com/content/ct-c/business/my-account/billing-payments/about-your-bill/rates-tariffs/electric-vehicle-rate-program)
website.
false36Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-07 18:41:33 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|OTHER
12418CTPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Deployment GoalThe Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)
released the [Electric Vehicle Roadmap for
Connecticut](http://www.dpuc.state.ct.us/DEEPEnergy.nsf/c6c6d525f7cdd1168525797d0047c5bf/f7ed4932eec438d0852585520001c81b/$FILE/EV%20Roadmap%20for%20Connecticut.pdf)
(Roadmap), a framework to accelerate PEV adoption. The Roadmap sets a
state goal for 20% of the statewide light-duty fleet, or 500,000
vehicles, to be PEVs by 2030. The Roadmap complements strategies
identified in the [Zero Emission Vehicle Deployment
Support](https://afdc.energy.gov/laws/11081), including fleet
electrification, expanding electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE)
infrastructure, establishing EVSE interoperability criteria, minimizing
grid impacts, advancing building codes, streamlining permitting
requirements, leveraging incentives, and increasing education and
outreach. For more information, see the DEEP
[Roadmap](https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Climate-Change/EV-Roadmap) website.
false68Laws and Regulations2020-07-07 22:11:14 UTCELEC|PHEVOTHERSTATION|FLEET|GOV|IND
12419NYVehicle Emissions Reduction and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Project FundingThe New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSEDEC)
provides funding for diesel vehicle replacement projects detailed in the
[Clean Transportation NY Beneficiary Mitigation Plan
(Plan)](https://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/109784.html). The projects are
funded by New York's portion of the [Volkswagen (VW) Environmental
Mitigation
Trust](https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/volkswagen-clean-air-act-civil-settlement).
The Plan provides funding for the replacement or repower of diesel
medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, including Class 8 local freight or port
drayage trucks, Class 4-8 school, shuttle, or transit buses, and Class
4-7 local freight trucks. The Plan also provides funding for the
all-electric repower or replacement of airport ground support equipment,
forklifts, and port cargo handling equipment, as well as light-duty
EVSE. For more information, including the funding opportunity list and
funding priorities, see the NYSDEC [VW Funding for Diesel Replacement
and EVSE Projects](https://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/118556.html) website.
false10State Incentives2020-07-08 17:44:14 UTCAFTMKTCONV|ELEC|HEV|HY|NG|PHEV|LPGOTHERSTATION|FLEET|GOV|OTHER
12421MEZero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportMaine joined California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New
Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Vermont in signing a
[memorandum of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/zev-mou-10-governors-signed-20191120.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of ZEVs through involvement in a ZEV
Program Implementation Task Force (Task Force). In May 2014, the Task
Force published a [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/multi-state-zev-action-plan.pdf)
(Plan) identifying 11 priority actions to accomplish the goals of the
MOU, including deploying at least 3.3 million ZEVs and adequate fueling
infrastructure within the signatory states by 2025. The Plan also
includes a research agenda to inform future actions. On an annual basis,
each state must report on the number of registered ZEVs, the number of
public electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and hydrogen fueling
stations, and available information regarding workplace fueling for
ZEVs.

In June 2018, the Task Force published a new [ZEV Action
Plan](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/2018-zev-action-plan.pdf) for
2018-2021. Building on the 2014 Action Plan, the 2018 Action Plan makes
recommendations for states and other key partners in five priority
areas:

- Raising consumer awareness and interest in electric vehicle
technology;
- Building out a reliable and convenient residential, workplace and
public charging/fueling infrastructure network;
- Continuing and improving access to consumer purchase and
non-financial incentives;
- Expanding public and private sector fleet adoption; and
- Supporting dealership efforts to increase ZEV sales.

For more information, see the [Multi-State ZEV Task
Force](https://www.nescaum.org/topics/zero-emission-vehicles) website.
false39Laws and Regulations2020-07-08 18:20:20 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONSOTHER
12424DEPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate– Delmarva PowerDelmarva Power offers a Time-Of-Use (TOU) rate option to residential
customers that own PEVs. For more information, see the Delmarva Power
[PEV
Programs](https://www.delmarva.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/ElectricVehicles/DE/ElectricVehicleProgram.aspx)
website.
false8Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-10 14:55:16 UTCELEC|PHEVTOUIND
12426CAElectric Vehicle (EV) Incentives for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Fleets - PG&EPacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) offers rebates for the purchase of
electric fleet vehicles. Applicants are limited to 25 vehicle rebates
per site. EV rebates are available in the following amounts:

::: {align="center"}
Technology Rebate Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------
Transit Buses and Class 8 vehicles Up to \$9,000 per vehicle
Transportation refrigeration units, truck stop electrification, airport ground support equipment, and forklifts Up to \$3,000 per vehicle
School buses, local delivery trucks, and other vehicles Up to \$4,000 per vehicle
:::

Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, including
eligibility requirements, see the PG&E [EV Fleet
Program](https://www.pge.com/en_US/large-business/solar-and-vehicles/clean-vehicles/ev-fleet-program/ev-fleet-program.page?WT.mc_id=Vanity_evfleet)
website.
false111Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-11 04:20:50 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEFLEET
12427CAPlug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebates for Fleet Vehicles - SMUDSacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) offers rebates to
businesses for the purchase of new commercial light-, medium-, and
heavy-duty PEVs. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

::: {align="center"}
Vehicle Class Rebate Amount
----------------------------------- ----------------------
Class 1-2b and passenger vehicles \$750 per vehicle
Class 3-5 \$5,000 per vehicle
Class 6-7 \$7,000 per vehicle
Class 8 \$15,000 per vehicle
:::

Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, including
how to apply, see the SMUD [Business Electric
Vehicle](https://www.smud.org/en/Going-Green/Electric-Vehicles/Business#d516cde3-45a5-42f2-9d6e-0235da3ca8fe-9f57022f-fa9c-4c0f-b346-f35b01afec56)
website.
false99Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-11 04:27:31 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEFLEET
12428VAElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - Dominion EnergyDominion Energy offers rebates to multi-family, workplace, and transit
customers for the purchase and make-ready costs of Level 2 and direct
current (DC) fast EVSE. The total number of rebates and funding
available are as follows:

::: {align="center"}
Customer EVSE Technology Number of Rebates Available Total Funding Available
-------------------------- ----------------- ----------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------
Multi-Family Level 2 25 \$4,000 for dual-port charging stations; \$11,000 for make-ready
Workplace Level 2 400 \$2,700 for dual-port charging stations; \$11,000 for make-ready
Transit DC fast 30 \$53,000 for dual-port charging stations; \$73,000 for make-ready
All Commercial Customers DC fast 60 \$35,000 for dual-port charging stations; \$73,000 for make-ready
:::

Rebates are awarded on a first-come, first served basis. For more
information, see the Dominion Energy [Electric
Vehicles](https://www.dominionenergy.com/virginia/save-energy/electric-vehicles)
website.
false20Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-11 04:37:30 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEFLEET|OTHER
12432CODirect Current (DC) Fast Charging Plazas ProgramThe Colorado Energy Office (CEO) is accepting applications for the ALT
Fuels Colorado Electric Vehicle (EV) DC Fast Charging Plazas Program.
Priority locations are near downtown areas, high-density housing,
commercial developments, transit hubs, and transportation network
company dense areas. Awardees must provide five years of continuous use.
Eligible applicants may receive grants up to 80% of project costs at
each proposed location. There will be two rounds of funding, and total
funding will not exceed \$4,000,000. For additional information,
including requirements and funding availability, see the CEO [EV DC Fast
Charging Plazas
Program](https://energyoffice.colorado.gov/ev-fast-charging-plazas)
website.
false14State Incentives2020-07-13 00:56:21 UTCELEC|PHEVGNTSTATION|FLEET
12433COElectric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - San Isabel Electric Association (SIEA)SIEA offers customers rebates for the purchase and installation of Level
2 EVSE and direct current (DC) fast EVSE.

Technology Type Incentive Amounts
------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------
Non-Networked Level 2 50% of eligible costs, up to \$500
Networked Level 2 50% of eligible costs, up to \$1,000
DC Fast with 50 kilowatt (kW) Peak Output 50% of eligible costs, up to \$3,000
DC Fast with 100kW Peak Output 50% of eligible costs, up to \$5,000

For more information, including how to apply, see the SIEA [Electric
Vehicle Education](https://siea.com/empowereveducation/) website.
false35Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-13 01:02:09 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEFLEET|MUD|IND
12434COElectric Vehicle (EV) Rebate - San Isabel Electric Association (SIEA)SIEA residential customers a \$500 rebate for the purchase of qualified
EVs. For more information, including how to apply, see the SIEA [EV
Education](https://siea.com/empowereveducation/) website.
false36Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-13 01:03:47 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12435COResidential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Black Hills EnergyBlack Hills Energy offers residential customers a \$500 rebate for the
purchase and installation of a Level 2 EVSE. For more information,
including application details, see the [Ready
EV](https://www.blackhillsenergy.com/efficiency-and-savings/ready-ev)
website.
false37Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-13 01:05:55 UTC2021-12-31 00:00:00 UTC2021-12-31 00:00:00 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATEIND
12436CONon-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Black Hills EnergyBlack Hills Energy offers non-residential customers rebates for the
purchase and installation of Level 2 EVSE. Rebates are available in the
following amounts:

::: {align="center"}
Technology Customer Type Rebate Amount
------------ ----------------------------------------- ------------------------
Level 2 Non-residential Up to \$2,000 per port
Level 2 Government and non-profit organizations Up to \$3,000 per port
:::

For more information, including application details, see the [Ready
EV](https://www.blackhillsenergy.com/efficiency-and-savings/ready-ev)
website.
false38Utility/Private Incentives2020-07-13 01:13:50 UTCELEC|PHEVRBATESTATION|FLEET|GOV
12457CAMedium- and Heavy-Duty Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportCalifornia, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maine,
Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington (signatory
states) signed a [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/mhdv-zev-mou_12-14-2021.pdf)
(MOU) to support the deployment of medium- and heavy-duty ZEVs through
involvement in a Multi-State ZEV Task Force (Task Force).

By January 2021, the Task Force will develop a multi-state action plan
to support electrification of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. The Task
Force will consider actions to accomplish the goals of the MOU,
including limiting all new medium- and heavy-duty vehicles sales in the
signatory states to ZEVs by 2050. The signatory states will also seek to
accelerate the deployment of medium- and heavy-duty ZEVs to benefit
disadvantaged communities and explore opportunities to coordinate and
partner with key stakeholders.

For more information, see the [Medium- and Heavy-Duty ZEVs: Action Plan
Development
Process](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/medium-and-heavy-duty-zero-emission-vehicles-action-plan-development-process/)
website.
2020-07-14 00:00:00 UTCfalse155Laws and Regulations2020-08-03 15:09:37 UTCELEC|HY|PHEVAIRQEMISSIONSOTHER
12458COMedium- and Heavy-Duty Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Deployment SupportCalifornia, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Maine,
Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington (signatory
states) signed a [memorandum of
understanding](https://www.nescaum.org/documents/mhdv-zev-mou_12-14-2021.pdf/)
(MOU) to support the deployment of medium- and heavy-duty ZEVs through
involvement in a Multi-State ZEV Task Force (Task Force).