State Initiatives

The ZEV MOU states are taking a wide range of actions to support the deployment of electric vehicles. Here are some of the programs the states have undertaken.


Oregon Clean Fuels Program

Oregon’s newly authorized Clean Fuels Program reduces the carbon intensity of transportation fuel 10% by 2025. Carbon intensity is a measure of total greenhouse gas emissions that are released to deliver a certain amount of fuel energy. 15% of the carbon intensity...

New York Workplace Charging Support

New York State has helped fund EVSE installations at more than 50 employers in NYS. In 2015, New York will be launching a program to engage employers more in the PEV market. A proposal for a pilot study of state agency employee workplace charging in Albany is under...

New York HOV Lane Exemption

Through the Clean Pass Program, eligible PEVs and HEVs may use the Long Island Expressway 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...

New York EV Charger Deployment

New York State has supported the installation of about 500 charging outlets to date, bringing the statewide total to 1,100, with another 300 in the process of being installed. A new program will be launched in 2015 to bring down the cost of charging stations and...

New York Community EV Readiness Support

New York State offers communities up to $5,000 to update their permitting, zoning, and parking ordinances to be more PEV-friendly. In addition to the work done through TCI, New York has developed best practice guides on permitting and signage for municipalities and...

New York Clean Fleets Initiative

In January 2015, Gov. Cuomo announce the Clean Fleets NY initiative as part of his Opportunity Agenda. Under this initiative, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, and New York Power...

ChargeNY

Announced in September 2013, ChargeNY made available $2 million in funding for EV-enabling programs designed to accelerate EV adoption and make EV infrastructure more accessible to the public and the state. ChargeNY finished accepting proposals for the most recent...

Massachusetts Support for EVs in Fleets

In addition to the Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (also listed here), Massachusetts is establishing a State Fuel Standard for its fleet that would require 25% of new state fleet purchases to be electric vehicles by 2020. Meeting this goal by 2020 would reach the...
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