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Public Workshop ZEV Incentives for Fleets
Public Workshop ZEV Incentives for Fleets
Workshop Goals
Workshop Goals
Workshop Format
Workshop Format
Discussion Topics
Discussion Topics
Background
Background
Why ZEVs
Why ZEVs
What type of ZEVs are on the Road Today
What type of ZEVs are on the Road Today
Why Do We Need Incentives
Why Do We Need Incentives
ZEV Incentive Programs
ZEV Incentive Programs
ZEV Fleet Incentive Program
ZEV Fleet Incentive Program
Program Goals
Program Goals
Legislative Direction
Legislative Direction
Environmental Justice Policy
Environmental Justice Policy
ARB Environmental Justice Policy
ARB Environmental Justice Policy
Proposed Program Goals
Proposed Program Goals
Who Qualifies for Funding
Who Qualifies for Funding
Legislative Requirements
Legislative Requirements
What is a Fleet
What is a Fleet
Examples of Fleets
Examples of Fleets
Public Workshop ZEV Incentives for Fleets
Public Workshop ZEV Incentives for Fleets
Environmental Justice Criteria
Environmental Justice Criteria
Environmental Justice Criteria
Environmental Justice Criteria
Eligibility: Staff Proposal
Eligibility: Staff Proposal
Who Qualifies for Funding
Who Qualifies for Funding
What kind of ZEVs are eligible for grants
What kind of ZEVs are eligible for grants
Vehicle Eligibility
Vehicle Eligibility
Full-Function ZEVS
Full-Function ZEVS
Urban Vehicles
Urban Vehicles
Neighborhood EVs
Neighborhood EVs
Zero Emission Motorcycles (ZEMs)
Zero Emission Motorcycles (ZEMs)
What ZEVs should be Eligible
What ZEVs should be Eligible
What Are the Project Requirements
What Are the Project Requirements
Competitive Bid Process
Competitive Bid Process
Examples of Competitive Process
Examples of Competitive Process
Proposed Project Criteria
Proposed Project Criteria
Project Proposals
Project Proposals
Project Proposals
Project Proposals
Additional Information: Fleet Projects
Additional Information: Fleet Projects
Project Requirements
Project Requirements
Program Administration
Program Administration
Project Solicitation Process
Project Solicitation Process
Grant Review & Allocation
Grant Review & Allocation
Staff Proposal
Staff Proposal
Program Administration
Program Administration
Conclusion
Conclusion
Summary
Summary
Proposed Schedule
Proposed Schedule
Open Discussion
Open Discussion
ARB Staff Contacts
ARB Staff Contacts

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1 Public Workshop ZEV Incentives for Fleets

Public Workshop ZEV Incentives for Fleets

Staff Presentation January 10, 2002 CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD

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2 Workshop Goals

Workshop Goals

Inform Public About New ZEV Incentive Program for Fleets Solicit Input Prior to Development of Program Requirements by ARB Staff Provide an Open Comment Period at End of Workshop on Expansion of Current ZEV Grant Program

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3 Workshop Format

Workshop Format

Background (ARB Staff Presentation) Discussion Topics ARB Staff Introduction to Each Topic Open Discussion/Comment Open Comment Period

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4 Discussion Topics

Discussion Topics

Program Goals Who Qualifies? What type of ZEVs are eligible for projects? What are the project ranking criteria? How is the program administered?

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5 Background

Background

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6 Why ZEVs

Why ZEVs

ZEVs are a critical element of California’s plan to achieve health based air quality standards Zero tail-pipe emissions for the vehicle life no deterioration No emissions from petroleum refining and retailing Replace vehicles that contribute to community exposure to ozone, PM, and toxic pollutants Assist with reductions of global warming gases

7 What type of ZEVs are on the Road Today

What type of ZEVs are on the Road Today

Some examples of battery EVs on the road today

8 Why Do We Need Incentives

Why Do We Need Incentives

Incentives help promote new technologies that will benefit society ZEVs currently cost more than conventional vehicles Incentives enhance marketability and support market development Incentives assist with the purchase or lease of ZEVs that will provide important benefits to communities

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9 ZEV Incentive Programs

ZEV Incentive Programs

Current: $9,000 grant available statewide for each qualified ZEV leased or purchased prior to December 31, 2002 Expansion: Current statewide grant program will be expanded through June 2004 (grant maximum of $5000 in 2003/4) New: ZEV Fleet Program targeted for areas impacted by poor air quality (up to $11,000/ZEV in 2002 through June 2004)

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10 ZEV Fleet Incentive Program

ZEV Fleet Incentive Program

$10 million in funding provided in 2001/2 State Budget ARB directed to develop and implement program ARB (Board) is scheduled to consider staff’s proposed Guidelines in February/March 2002

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11 Program Goals

Program Goals

Staff Introduction Discussion

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12 Legislative Direction

Legislative Direction

Implement ZEV grant program for fleets operating in nonattainment areas $10 million appropriated/up to $11,000/vehicle Award grants through a competitive bid process Give preference to communities impacted by poor air quality, including low income communities & communities of color

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13 Environmental Justice Policy

Environmental Justice Policy

State law defines Environmental Justice as “the fair treatment of people of all races, cultures, and incomes with respect to the development, adoption, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations and policies”

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14 ARB Environmental Justice Policy

ARB Environmental Justice Policy

Broad ranging Environmental Justice policies adopted by ARB in Dec 2001 Commit to integrate Environmental Justice into all of ARB programs Implementation coordinated with California’s 35 air districts ZEV and other incentive programs are an important part of our Environmental Justice program implementation

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15 Proposed Program Goals

Proposed Program Goals

Implement an incentive program for ZEVs for fleets that operate in the geographical areas of the State with the worst air quality Promote the deployment of ZEVs in communities with poor air quality, especially low income & communities of color Encourage projects that showcase ZEV technology to communities, or include education on the benefits of ZEV technology Promote full function ZEVs or ZEVs with full function characteristics

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16 Who Qualifies for Funding

Who Qualifies for Funding

Staff Introduction Discussion

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17 Legislative Requirements

Legislative Requirements

Must be a fleet (fleet not yet defined) Must operate in nonattainment area Provide grants in areas of California with worst air quality Priority to be given to those fleets that will use vehicles “primarily in communities that are disproportionately impacted by poor air quality, including low income communities and communities of color”

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18 What is a Fleet

What is a Fleet

No commonly accepted definition Fleet definition is important for identifying who can apply for funding Any Entity that owns or leases vehicles for the purposes of carrying out business? An Entity that operates or controls a specified number of vehicles (2, 10, 20, 100)? An Entity that will centrally manage a specified number of vehicles in a project?

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19 Examples of Fleets

Examples of Fleets

Utility companies (meter reading) Public agencies (Federal, State, Local) Security/Maintenance operations Transportation (shuttles) Delivery (Post Office, UPS, and other package/mail delivery companies) Rental car companies Staff supports a broad definition of fleet to encourage small business/community organizations to participate in program

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20 Public Workshop ZEV Incentives for Fleets
21 Environmental Justice Criteria

Environmental Justice Criteria

Environmental justice criteria is critical to ensuring that funding is allocated to a diverse cross section of coummunities Challenging to develop criteria that works for all areas of State South Coast is proposing to use a criteria that 10% or more residents must be below the federal poverty level (Carl Moyer) Some air districts have done mapping that overlays toxic air contaminant, income, and ethnicity data

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22 Environmental Justice Criteria

Environmental Justice Criteria

Air quality factors Severity of nonattainment status/nonattainment for multiple pollutants Diesel PM & other toxic air contaminants Industrial sources (density of specific types of industrial sources within communities) Economic factors (employment/income data, poverty level, other information)

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23 Eligibility: Staff Proposal

Eligibility: Staff Proposal

Broad definition of fleet 2 or more ZEVs placed in a project by private, public, non-profit or community organization Minimum requirement for fleet to be located in federal nonattainment area for ozone, PM, or carbon monoxide Environmental Justice Criteria Rely on Air District criteria or allow applicants to use different criteria, with appropriate documentation

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24 Who Qualifies for Funding

Who Qualifies for Funding

Staff is soliciting comments on Proposed requirement for nonattainment area Definition of “fleet” Relying on Air Districts to identify target areas or develop environmental justice criteria Allowing applicants the flexibility to use different criteria for environmental justice, and provide documentation as part of the project proposal

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25 What kind of ZEVs are eligible for grants

What kind of ZEVs are eligible for grants

Staff Introduction Discussion

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26 Vehicle Eligibility

Vehicle Eligibility

Focus on vehicles best suited to fleet uses/applications All vehicles should be fully supported during project period by warranty and/or auto manufacturer participation Because focus is on fleets, vehicle eligibility can be different than ZEV Grant Program

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27 Full-Function ZEVS

Full-Function ZEVS

Description Applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) Capable of operation on freeways Passenger cars, light-duty trucks and specialty/fleet versions Staff proposes that these vehicles be given the highest ranking or weight Maximum Grant amount of $11,000

28 Urban Vehicles

Urban Vehicles

Description Applicable FMVSS Automaker may have placed restrictions on operation on freeways Staff proposes that these vehicles be given second highest priority because they have more limited applications than full function EVs Maximum Grant amount of $7,000

29 Neighborhood EVs

Neighborhood EVs

Description Applicable FMVSS and California Vehicle Code (C.V.C.) requirements for low speed vehicles Top speed limited to 25 mph Limited fleet applications (low speed applications only) To qualify for grants, vehicles cannot receive both incentives & regulatory credits Maximum Grant of $1,000-2,000. Must be licensed as on-road vehicle. Additional documentation if non-road uses are proposed

30 Zero Emission Motorcycles (ZEMs)

Zero Emission Motorcycles (ZEMs)

Description Three-wheeled and fully enclosed zero emission vehicles Single passenger vehicles. Used in some fleet applications, but primarily used as commuter vehicles Need for incentives is more limited due to their lower production/purchase price Maximum grant of $4,000 if included in program. If included, document business use of vehicle (no commuting/residential use)

31 What ZEVs should be Eligible

What ZEVs should be Eligible

Staff is soliciting comments on type of ZEVs that are included in program Staff is soliciting comments on maximum grant levels for each type of ZEV Staff is soliciting comments on any specific vehicle requirements/limitations that should be included in program

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32 What Are the Project Requirements

What Are the Project Requirements

Staff Introduction Discussion

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33 Competitive Bid Process

Competitive Bid Process

Budget language specifies that ARB is to award grants through a “competitive process” No current competitive bid process in place for ZEV grants--”first come/first serve” Goals: Objectively evaluate and rank all projects that meet minimum requirements Develop criteria to identify projects that have the highest potential to meet program goals while keeping application process simple

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34 Examples of Competitive Process

Examples of Competitive Process

Carl Moyer Projects ranked by Air Districts High Priority criteria varies by region Large Districts will now develop criteria so they can allocate 50% of grants to Environmental Justice areas ARB Research Projects are funded through an RFP Process RFP issued by ARB to mailing list of interested parties as well as public notice of availability ARB staff evaluates and ranks projects against RFP criteria Rankings are reviewed by EO or Board

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35 Proposed Project Criteria

Proposed Project Criteria

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36 Project Proposals

Project Proposals

Staff is considering offering two paths or tracts (Fleet or Community Projects) Difficulty of ranking smaller projects against large fleet deployments Application Process: Standard Application for all projects Fleet Projects must also submit additional information related to project administration

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37 Project Proposals

Project Proposals

Community Projects (less than 10 vehicles) Make it easy for community/business/local government agencies to participate State/Federal agencies not eligible-- Examples: Meals on Wheels, City government fleet car, Shuttle, delivery car for local business Fleet Projects Fleet deployments of 10 or more vehicles or Federal or State Agencies with projects of 2 or more vehicles Examples: U.S. Post Office, ev Sacramento, car sharing programs, rental car fleets

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38 Additional Information: Fleet Projects

Additional Information: Fleet Projects

Project Management Ability to manage project Any contracts or agreements needed to implement project (sub-leases, MOAs,etc)? Funding for entire project identified and committed? Reporting Requirements

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39 Project Requirements

Project Requirements

Comments are requested on what should be included in project requirements Comments are requested on concept of offering two paths or options (Community or Fleet projects) for project proposals

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40 Program Administration

Program Administration

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41 Project Solicitation Process

Project Solicitation Process

Solicitation process critical to success of program Clearly communicate grant submittal process, requirements, and timeframes Work with Stakeholders to outreach to target communities Develop comprehensive outreach plan, including multiple pre-solicitation workshops Ask Air Districts to jointly sponsor workshops

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42 Grant Review & Allocation

Grant Review & Allocation

Pre-Solicitation Period Workshops with Air Districts Grant solicitation period begins 60-90 day application period Applications evaluated & ranked by ARB Ask Air Districts to assist in evaluation Grant allocation process Selected applicants notified and “funds locked in” for 90 days Payments to project upon submittal of documentation (lease commitments, other)

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43 Staff Proposal

Staff Proposal

First Solicitation: 2002 Each project proposal with qualifying full function ZEV eligible for $9,000 grant (current grant funds) Approved projects with full function ZEVs receive $11,000 (augmentation up to $20,000 for exceptional projects possible) Up to 50% of program funded allocated; remaining funding set aside for 2003/4 Evaluate program implementation prior to beginning project solicitations in 2003

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44 Program Administration

Program Administration

Comments solicited on Grant solicitation process, including pre-solicitation workshops Project review and grant allocation process Number of project solicitations (one or two)

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45 Conclusion

Conclusion

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46 Summary

Summary

Contact ARB staff to provide additional input or arrange meetings Proposed Guidelines available by end of January 2002 Proposed Guidelines that cover both fleet and ZEV Grant Program to be considered by Board in February/March 2002

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47 Proposed Schedule

Proposed Schedule

Finalize Guidelines by April 1, 2002 Pre-Solicitation Workshops with Air Districts May 2002 - July 2002 First Solicitation July-September 2002 Award Grants October 2002 Second Solicitation in 2003

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48 Open Discussion

Open Discussion

Fleet Incentive Program ZEV Grant Program

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49 ARB Staff Contacts

ARB Staff Contacts

ZEV Grant Program: Judy Yee (916) 327-5610 or email jyee@arb.ca.gov Fleet Program: Gayle Sweigert (916) 322-6923 or email gsweiger@arb.ca.gov

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