Resources

Electrifying Your Fleet Webinar Series: Welcome to Fleets

Learn about the benefits of fleet electrification and an overview of programs available for fleet electric vehicles (EVs). Our Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) fleet team will introduce the CVRP for Fleets rebate program and detail who qualifies, how to apply, and rebate amounts. A representative from the California Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) will explain the processes for medium-to heavy-duty vehicle rebates and vouchers.

  April 2019
 

CALeVIP Sacramento County Incentive Project Prelaunch Webinar

The Sacramento County Incentive Project is launching in April 2019 - are you ready to apply? Hear from the CALeVIP implementation team as they provide a project overview, address site and equipment eligibility and walk participants through the application process.

  March 2019
 

Presentation: “CVRP: Projected Funding Need and Program-Change Scenarios”

Presentation given at the California Air Resources Board’s second CVRP Workgroup meeting for 2019–20 Funding Plan development (March 22, 2019). The presentation includes estimates of rebate funding demand and the impacts of various program-design scenarios. It also assess the market’s trajectory relative to state goals and describes projection methods, data, and sensitivities.

  March 2019
 

Presentation: “CVRP Update, Electric Vehicle Adoption, and Select Analytical Highlights”

Presentation given at the San Diego Association of Governments’ Energy Working Group in San Diego, CA (January 24, 2019) that provided recent CVRP updates, including details about: Rebate Now; the current amount of funding available; and rebates for Public Fleets. The current market in California and San Diego was characterized, including: EVs sold and rebated; consumers rebated; and vehicle replacement.

  January 2019
 

Presentation: “Exploratory Estimation of Greenhouse-Gas Emission Reductions from California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project”

Presentation given at the Transportation Resources Board’s 98th Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. (January 16, 2019) that described a preliminary but more detailed picture the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project’s greenhouse-gas impacts. The analysis utilized project-specific data to through August 2018 (N=257,401 participants). Reductions attributable to rebated plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs) over the first year of vehicle ownership were estimated to be approximately 713 thousand metric tons of CO2-equivalent, or an average of 2.58 tons per PHEV and 2.90 tons per BEV. Findings indicate that use of project-derived data can significantly enhance characterizations of the impact of incentive programs.

  January 2019
 

Presentation: “CVRP: Market Projections and Funding Needs”

Presentation given at the California Air Resources Board’s Public Workshop on the Update to the Three-Year Plan for Light-Duty Vehicle and Transportation Equity Investments (December 4, 2018). It estimates the rebate funding needed for the next three years and for California to reach five million electric vehicles. It also assesses the market’s trajectory relative to state goals and describes projection methods, data, and sensitivities.

  December 2018
 

Presentation: “CVRP: Data and Analysis Update”

Presentation given at the California Air Resources Board’s Public Workshop on the Update to the Three-Year Plan for the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project and Light-Duty Vehicle Incentives (December 4, 2018). It characterizes program participation to date by summarizing and analyzing vehicle and consumer-survey data. It also includes an EV market update, equity metrics, vehicle replacement data, findings related to rebate influence, and other measures related to program impact and increasing effectiveness.

  December 2018
 

Summary of CVRP Rebate Eligibility and Funding Availability Over Time

A fact sheet which details changes in Clean Vehicle Rebate Project rebate amounts, consumer-income eligibility criteria, and program funding availability over time.

  November 2018
 

Summary of Disadvantaged Community Responses to the Electric Vehicle Consumer Survey, 2013–2015 Edition

This report summarizes responses provided by residents of Disadvantaged Communities to the CVRP Consumer Survey, 2013– 2015 edition. It examines statistically significant differences between those residing inside (n=1,083) and those residing outside (n=18,377) of Disadvantaged Community census tracts, and further segments each group by vehicle technology type (battery and plug-in-hybrid electric vehicle). It builds upon Summary Documentation of the Electric Vehicle Consumer Survey, 2013–2015 Edition.

  October 2018
 

Presentation: Cost-Effectively Targeting EV Outreach and Incentives to “Rebate-Essential” Consumers

Presentation given at the 31st International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS31) that characterizes consumers most influenced by supportive resources (e.g., incentives and outreach) to buy/lease an EV. It informs the targeting of resources at consumers who otherwise would not adopt.

  October 2018
 

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