Resources

Experience Electric – The Better Ride

Through Experience Electric, The Better Ride promotional campaign provided opportunities for the public to test drive and experience the benefits of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) in an effort to change their driving behaviors.

  January 2014
 

Background Report on Electric Vehicles

This Equinox Project report seeks to inform the public on: the current state of electric vehicles (EVs); state-mandated targets and policies for GHG emissions; government-sponsored financial incentives; current EV market trends; and the potential gains from increased EV adoption.

  January 2014
 

2013 CSE Impact Statement

This past year was one of tremendous demand for our services and expertise across California and beyond. We continue to administer elements of the state’s major solar, energy efficiency and clean transportation programs...

  December 2013
 

Needs Assessment for Alternative Fuel Vehicle Training in California

This report details the availability of safety and technical training in alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) for emergency personnel and transportation fleet staff in California and provides recommendations to improve it.

  December 2013
 

Plug-in Electric Vehicles Resources for Electrical Contractors in San Diego

An outline of resources, classes, and trainings available to electrical contractors interested in electric vehicle supply equipment installation.

  August 2013
 

Plug-in Electric Vehicles Resources for Public Agencies in San Diego

This fact sheet was developed by the San Diego Regional Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (REVI) working group and offers San Diego’s public agencies resources and technical training information as they become PEV ready.

  August 2013
 

California Plug-in Electric Vehicle Driver Survey Results

In an effort to better understand the dynamics of California’s growing plug-in electric vehicle market, CSE, in coordination with the Air Resources Board, conducted a survey of vehicle owners that explores vehicle satisfaction, driving behavior, use of charging infrastructure, motivations for vehicle purchase and household demographics.

  May 2013
 

Comments on the Assigned Commissioner’s Scoping Memo and Ruling‐Phase 4

Comments of California Center for Sustainable Energy in response to the Assigned Commissioner’s Scoping Memo and Ruling‐Phase 4: on alternative‐fueled vehicle tariffs, infrastructure and policies to support California’s greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals.

  April 2013
 

Fleet Consulting

The Center for Sustainable Energy is working with San Diego County to accelerate adoption of alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles, to reduce fueling and maintenance costs and to develop industry partnerships.

  January 2013
 

California Statewide Alternative Fuel and Fleets Project

CSE is working with the thirteen California Clean Cities Coalitions accelerate the adoption of alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure by California’s fleets, employers, and cities.

  January 2013
 

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