Light-duty vehicles emissions went down slightly from 2017 to 2018 (-0.5%), but the overall trend for the last five years is still up (+6.6%). Energy Innovation modeling found if California is on track to reach the 100% light-duty ZEV sales target in 2035, it will have 9 million passenger battery electric vehicles on the road by 2030. The Governor’s 250,000 plug-in electric charger target includes the following shared charger types essential to market growth: multi-unit dwellings, destinations (including workplaces and points of interest, such as shopping centers, hotels, parks, etc.) But a new CARB strategy document proposes a new target of 4 million ZEVs by 2030 that regulators say is achievable. However, given the quick 3 to 5 minute fueling time and the long range of hydrogen electric vehicles (over 300 miles per fill), significantly fewer stations are required to build a statewide fueling network. The new approach also includes efforts to support and accelerate the numbers of plug-in hybrids and zero-emission vehicles in California. EVI-Pro simulates household travel behaviors to quantify the charging infrastructure necessary for plug-in electric vehicles to meet the current needs of drivers across the state. California is on-track to meet its 2025 ZEV target, but at the current pace of adoption, will not meet the goal of five million zero-emission vehicle on-road by 2030. Covid-19 postponed the 2020 Summer Olympics, but not California’s efforts to rapidly accelerate the ZEV Market. GO-Biz partnered with the State's Information Technology Leadership Academy 22 to create the California Business Portal. Success of the zero-emission vehicle market depends on contributions from multiple stakeholders, both public and private. The Environmental Protection Agency said in September that California's light-duty ZEV mandate was preempted by federal law. The Executive Order sets targets for stakeholders to organize around, and tasks state agencies to exercise their authority to enable the success of each market contributor and participant. To fill these gaps, we will be asking our private partners who develop plug-in electric charging stations to share workplace and multi-unit dwelling charger numbers, while maintaining any requested site specific privacy. The California Energy Commission is leading the state to a 100 percent clean energy future. In order to meet California's health based air quality standards and greenhouse gas emission reduction goals, the cars we drive and the fuel we use must be transformed away from petroleum. 2 In February, 2013, an interagency working group led by the Governor’s Office released a ZEV Action Plan detailing steps that will be taken in order to reach the mark of 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on California roadways by 2025. California’s economy-wide greenhouse gas emissions in 2017 hovered around 425 MMT CO2e, with its passenger vehicle emissions making up 120 MMT CO2e of that total. California Governor orders 5M ZEV target for 2030; more hydrogen fueling and EV charging stations 26 January 2018 California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today signed executive order B-48-18, directing all State entities to work with the private sector and all appropriate levels of government to put at least 5 million zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) on California roads by 2030. Governor's Interagency Working Group on Zero-Emission Vehicles. (800) 242-4450  |  helpline@arb.ca.gov  The Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program is part of CARB's Advanced Clean Cars package of coordinated standards that controls smog-causing pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions of passenger vehicles in California. More detailed information on the plug-in electric charger targets is detailed in the California Energy Commission’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Projection (EVI-Pro) Analysis and the supporting county-level Visualization Tool. Light-duty vehicles emissions went down slightly from 2017 to 2018 (-0.5%), but the overall trend … California just started the clock on a future that a few years ago would’ve been unthinkable: dealerships full of nothing but zero-emissions cars. In 2017, the California economy grew at 3.6 percent – 1.4 percent above the national average, according to the state Department of Finance. The Governor’s Executive Order sets a long-term target of reaching 1.5 million ZEVs on California’s roadways by 2025. The technologies are complementary and fostering both will give our state the best chance to meet our long-term climate and air quality goals, reaching all segments of the vehicle market to meet wide-ranging driver needs. CARB has been a leader in developing programs designed to reduce emissions from mobile sources. The transportation and electric power sectors are the two largest sources of California’s emissions, responsible for 37% and 19% of the state’s GHG emissions, respectively, in 2015. The California Air Resources Board affirmed its ZEV regulations, citing ample evidence that automakers can achieve the 2025 target. Implementation of Executive Order B-48-18 will require efforts from all stakeholders, including, but not limited to: state agencies, local government, industry, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and community-based groups. Digital advertising will account for another approximately $5 million of the budget. GO-Biz will keep stakeholders informed and involved throughout the guidebook development process over the next several months. In addition to improved range, another potential reason for the uptick in ZEV sales may be higher gasoline prices in California that cracked the $4 per gallon mark at the end of the third quarter. This will enable a clearer understanding of the plug-in electric charging picture statewide in non-public use cases, without releasing geographically sensitive information (for chargers installed for a particular set of users, for example). California Governor Gavin Newsom has issued an executive order requiring sales of all new passenger vehicles to be zero-emission by 2035 and additional measures to eliminate harmful emissions from the transportation sector.. To meet California's health based air quality standards and greenhouse gas emission reduction goals, the cars we drive and the fuel we use must be transformed away from petroleum. California should be able to achieve both targets - 1.5 million by 2025 and 5 million by 2030. The infrastructure goals in the Executive Order are designed to enable at least 1.5 million drivers across California to use a ZEV to meet their driving needs by 2025, and catalyze the momentum necessary to scale to 5 million ZEVs by 2030. Funding for hydrogen stations comes from the California Energy Commission’s Alternative Fuel and Renewable Vehicle Technology Program (ARFVTP), which currently has the authority to fund at least 100 stations. However, this does not mean they’ll need to sell 7,000 electric cars and trucks to comply, as most ZEVs generate more than one credit per vehicle (see below). The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Infrastructure Unit works to accelerate the deployment of ZEV infrastructure in pursuit of Governor Brown’s goal of 200 hydrogen fueling stations and 250,000 plug-in electric chargers, including 10,000 direct current fast chargers, by 2025. “That does not mean we will miss the 1.5 million target,” Cunningham said. The California Air Resources Board (CARB or ARB) is the "clean air agency" in the government of California.Established in 1967 when then-governor Ronald Reagan signed the Mulford-Carrell Act, combining the Bureau of Air Sanitation and the Motor Vehicle Pollution Control Board, CARB is a department within the cabinet-level California Environmental Protection Agency. Further, we will be tracking the investment commitments made by public and private entities across the state. According to the California Energy Commission, zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) currently make up approximately 2% of the more than 28 million vehicles in use in the state. 2017 was also the second year in a row in which GHG emissions fell below the 2020 reduction target of 431 million metric tons established by the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (Assembly Bill 32). California’s renewables portfolio standard sets targets for specific technologies used to generate electricity in the state. While the 2016 ZEV Action Plan remains active, the priority actions identified in the 2018 Update are activities the state is working to achieve during the remainder of the Brown Administration. Read more about it in the “Current Activities & Next Steps” section. To date, infrastructure has been the limiting factor in hydrogen electric vehicle deployments. Publicly available plug-in charging and hydrogen fueling stations are fundamental to widespread zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) adoption. An updated roadmap toward 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles on California roadways by 2025. For more information, click here. If you’re interested in contributing to either document, or simply staying up-to-date on progress, email the ZEV Unit. Unlike plug-in electric vehicles, the hydrogen electric vehicle market is completely dependent on public infrastructure. To track progress toward the infrastructure targets in Executive Order B-48-18, GO-Biz, in partnership CARB, CEC and CPUC, will develop a coordinated strategy to document the number of vehicle charging stations and hydrogen stations as new stations come online. A group of 23 U.S. states has sued, seeking to reverse that determination. To meet California's health based air quality standards and greenhouse gas emission reduction goals, the cars we drive and the fuel we use must be transformed away from petroleum. By doubling California’s hydrogen station target and funding support to 200 stations by 2025, the State will help ensure continued market development of this important complementary technology and continue to build driver confidence that a hydrogen electric vehicle can take them where they want to go. California’s commitment to both plug-in electric and hydrogen electric is part of a broader strategy to ensure we ultimately have a zero-emission option for every driver. For that reason, … GO-Biz worked with state agency partners to produce the 2018 ZEV Action Plan Priorities Update. Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. October 2016. The California Air Resources Board’s 2019 Annual Evaluation of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Deployment and Hydrogen Fuel Station Network Development found that projected demand for hydrogen electric vehicles will soon outpace available hydrogen supply at the current rate of station construction. Our goal is to create a comprehensive view of public financial commitments from any party, so that observers can get a clear picture of zero-emission infrastructure investments statewide. California Population: 39,560,000 GDP: $3,000 billion California: Raising ZEV ambition and streamlining the infrastructure permitting process California has a long history of strong leadership in climate action and the deployment of zero emission vehicles. The Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program is part of CARB's Advanced Clean Cars package of coordinated standards that controls smog-causing pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions of passenger vehicles in California. Emissions Certification and Compliance Division, By 2035, All New Cars and Passenger Trucks Sold in CA are to be ZEVs, Governor's Office of Business & Economic Developement. © Copyright 2018 by CA Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development. It outlines how state agencies and industry partners can move together with the scale and speed required to reach each of the state’s targets: % California’s Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) program is one of the key state-level policies for reducing greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions from the transportation sector. MARKET STATUS. A future with 200 strategically placed hydrogen stations by 2025 will enable hydrogen electric vehicles to follow the adoption trajectory of hybrid vehicles on a path to being able to support approximately 1 million hydrogen electric vehicles in California by 2030. Governor Newsom signed Executive Order N-79-20. Total ZEV Credit Requirement from Model Year 2018 onwards Minimum Floor Volume Credits allowed through TZEVs Figure 1. Well-placed shared chargers and stations expand the utility of ZEVs, regardless of a vehicle’s baseline range. Box 2815, Sacramento, CA 95812. Executive Order B-48-18 sets ambitious targets of 200 hydrogen fueling stations and 250,000 plug-in electric chargers to support 1.5 million zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) in California by 2025, on the path to 5 million ZEVs by 2030. 9 California ZEV Investment Plan: Cycle 2 approximately $6 million of spending. Executive Order B-48-18 sets ambitious targets of 200 hydrogen fueling stations and 250,000 plug-in electric chargers to support 1.5 million zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) in California by 2025, on the path to 5 million ZEVs by 2030. Below is the latest on the components of implementation coordinated by our ZEV team at GO-Biz. 1001 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 California is on-track to meet its 2025 ZEV target, but at the current pace of adoption, will not meet the goal of five million zero-emission vehicle on-road by 2030. In January 2018, Governor Brown signed Executive Order B-48-18, setting ambitious targets of 200 hydrogen fueling stations and 250,000 electric vehicle chargers to support 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles ZEVs on California roads by 2025, on the path to 5 million ZEVs by 2030. A key implementation challenge is getting a complete count of how many charging stations are across the state. Four other states—Colorado, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Washington – and the District of Columbia are following California’s LEV standards, but have not adopted the ZEV program. The intent of both guidebooks is to alleviate remaining barriers in the plug-in electric charging station and hydrogen station development processes, respectively. California is on-track to meet its 2025 ZEV target, but at the current pace of adoption, will not meet the goal of five million zero-emission vehicle on-road by 2030. The Governor’s initiative is designed to focus multi-stakeholder funding and efforts on deploying charging and fueling infrastructure as well as making zero-emission vehicles increasingly affordable to own and operate. Without the acceleration of station development, California counties will begin experiencing deficits in hydrogen supply by 2020, with significant deficits statewide by 2023. CARB has adopted a new approach to passenger vehicles – cars and light trucks – by combining the control of smog-causing pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions into a single coordinated package of standards. The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) serves as the State of California's leader for job growth and economic development efforts. ZEV Action Plan. Executive Order B-48-18 (signed January 26, 2018) reaffirms California’s commitment to zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) and sets a new goal of 5 million ZEVs on our roads by 2030, as well as infrastructure targets for PEV chargers and hydrogen fueling stations to support this substantial growth (additional information in Path to 2030). For example in California, ZEV targets are expected to rise from 3% of sales to around 8% by 2025.. Another near-term tailwind is that some credits that were bought in the past are due to expire. and direct current fast chargers. CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – GO-Biz has compiled guidance from California Agencies and Departments for use by California employers and employees as it relates to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Similarly, Tesla benefits if states that are already imposing the ZEV program increase the credit requirements. Today, two data gaps exist: the number of workplace and multi-unit dwelling chargers. According to a new report released by the California Center for Jobs & the Economy, the light truck market share in Q2 in California was 55.5% - up from 50.4% in the Q2 of 2017. Pursuant to the new Executive Order, GO-Biz is creating a Plug-in Charging Station Development Guidebook and updating the 2015 Hydrogen Station Permitting Guide. The overarching 250,000 target includes a sub-goal for at least 10,000 direct current fast chargers by 2025, which are placed at locations such as restaurants, rest stops, and shopping centers to allow drivers to quickly charge their car during a brief stop. on September 23, 2020, setting a target that 100 percent of in-state sales of new passenger vehicles will be zero-emission by 2035, as well as ambitious targets for zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. More about this program, Detailed walk-through of CA's ZEV Regulation. These nine “ZEV states” are following California’s lead in requiring automakers to produce ZEVs to improve local air quality and reduce the emissions contributing to climate change. P.O. ZEV Percentage Credit Requirements in California’s ZEV Mandate Program The number of credits allocated to a ZEV varies based on the type of ZEV … GO-Biz and partner state agencies are developing a strategy to capture these market segments in our charger counts. As 2025 approaches, California officials appear to accept that the 1.5 million ZEV target may be out of reach.The ZEV regulation’s challenges and other factors could well limit the number to about 1.2 million by 2025, said Cunningham. The ZEV Market Development Strategy is meant to help California collectively move forward and deliver zero-emission benefits to all Californians. The data supports that decision, as automakers that have developed and marketed EVs in California are already selling these cars in volumes in excess of the ZEV current requirements and are well poised to get to 8 percent sales by 2025. Mobile sources account for well over half of the emissions which contribute to ozone and particulate matter and nearly 40 percent of the greenhouse gas emissions in California. The 2016 ZEV Action Plan, published in October 2016, contains over 200 specifc action items for state agencies to accelerate ZEV adoption in California, many of which are still in progress and important to retain for long-term ZEV market growth. The California Air Resources Board is one of six boards, departments, and offices under the California Environmental Protection Agency. A low-carbon transport system is essential to ensure that California … The EVI-Pro analysis estimates that, by 2025, the state will need between 229,000 and 279,000 plug-in electric chargers, including public, workplace, and multi-unit dwelling chargers. (as of August 7, 2017) light-duty ZEVs on the road in California today. Since its inception nearly 30 years ago, the original goal of the program was to reduce local air pollution caused by gasoline vehicles, but it evolved to also target reduction of GHG emissions. As the state's primary energy policy and planning agency, the Energy Commission is committed to reducing energy costs and environmental impacts of energy use while ensuring a safe, resilient, and reliable supply of … For example, an automaker selling 100,000 cars in California in 2018 will need at least 7,000 ZEV credits, with at least 4,000 coming from battery-electric or fuel cell vehicle sales. DC Fast charging stations. The California ZEV credits on which you erroneously placed a value of $2.1 billion dollars and a forecast of $1.86 billion dollars for 2021 sales are in fact virtually worthless. While we have good numbers on public charging stations, there are two main challenge areas: workplace chargers and multi-unit dwelling (e.g., apartments) chargers.