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Regional Planning for Public Charging in San Diego

Supporting PEVs helps advance local government and public agency efforts to achieve goals for greenhouse gas emission reduction while cutting their fuel use and costs.

  February 2016
 

Resource for Fleet Managers in San Diego

Plug-in electric vehicles offer government fleet managers opportunities to decrease fuel and operating costs while supporting goals mandated by local, state and feral policies to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  February 2016
 

Charging at Condos, Apartments and Community Living Areas

This document discusses some of the most common challenges associated with EV chargers and ways that local apartment buildings, homeowner associations (HOAs) and condos have addressed

  February 2016
 

Workplace Charging for Businesses in San Diego

Making workplace charging available to employees allows them more environmentally-friendly transportation options, demonstrates commitment to the community, helps attract and retain employees, and contributes toward green certifications.

  February 2016
 

Getting Started with PEVs & Charging

Interested in learning more about these new vehicles on our roads and highways? Here are some answers to your questions about the basics of PEVs, benefits of PEVs, charging options and available incentives.

  February 2016
 

San Diego Regional Plug-in Electric Vehicles Readiness Plan

Preparing the San Diego Region for plug-in electric vehicles.

  February 2016
 

Take The Better Ride Video

Discover the advantages of electric vehicles with the Diplomat of Awesome-land.

  February 2016
 

Zero-Emission Vehicle Markets in California: Disadvantaged Communities and the State Overall

Presentation focused on zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) in California's disadvantaged communities and the state overall. Information covers ZEV consumer insights and vehicle trends.

  February 2016
 

Clean Vehicle Rebate Project Long Term Planning: Funding Needs for Fiscal Years 2016–2017 thru 2018–2019

The following assesses, primarily through extrapolation of real-world data, the funding requirements for the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) for fiscal year 2016–2017 (FY 16–17) thru FY 18–19.

  February 2016
 

Is San Diego’s Climate Action Plan Worth It? Blog

Understanding the “cost-effectiveness” of a clean energy future.

  February 2016
 

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