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CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)
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CALSTART Presentation - VanAmburg (Incentives)

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  • 1. Smart Incentives to Move the Market:States-Regions Leading• California invested >$50M invoucher program for hybridand electric trucks; has aparallel program for NGVs• New York $19M voucherprogram starts July forhybrid, electric and NG trucks• Chicago launching $11.295Melectric truck voucher;$1.425M NG/Elecinfrastructure; $1.275MGreen Taxi (NG)www.californiahvip.org
  • 2. Incentives Reauthorization UpdateTHE LEGISLATION• CALSTART, ALAC, and CAPCOA co-sponsoring legislation to extendAB 118 and Carl Moyer program• Two bills – SB 11 and AB 8 – would extend programs through 2023• 100+ business and clean air orgs supporting• More than $2 billion at stakeAssemblyMemberPereaSenator PavleyPrimary Authors of IncentivesReauthorization BillsUPDATE» Both bills have bipartisan support» SB 11 passed out of Senate on 5/29;now must go through Assembly» AB 8 Assembly vote not yet scheduled;if passed, will then move on to Senate
  • 3. Other California Efforts• Secure funding for clean vehicle incentivesthrough California’s GHG cap and trade program– Goal is $50 million this year; issue is part of ongoingbudget deliberations• Extend HOV lane access for clean vehicles– SB 286 and AB 266 would extend HOV access at least3 years; both passed out of first houses• Reduce taxes and fees on clean vehicles– AB 220 reduces sales tax and AB 1077 reduces salestax and VLF; committee hearings next week – needsupport now
  • 4. California – Hybrid and Zero EmissionTrucks» > $50 million in incentives to date» Vouchers for 50% of incremental cost» Base vouchers from $8-45k» 1,247 vouchers issues through 2012» Major fleets focusing on CA for clean truckdeployment because of fundingReal success requires broader coverage – CAmarket is getting “saturated”
  • 5. California HVIP Zero-EmissionVoucher AmountsGVWR (lbs) Voucher5,001 – 8,500 $12,0008,501 – 10,000 $18,00010,001 – 14,000 $30,00014,001 – 19,500 $35,00019,501 – 26,000 $40,000> 26,000 $45,000
  • 6. California HVIP HybridVoucher AmountsGVWR (lbs) Voucher6,001 – 8,500 (plug-in hybrids only) $8,0008,501 – 10,000 (plug-in hybrids only) $10,00010,001 – 19,500 $15,00019,501 – 33,000 $20,00033,001 – 38,000 $25,000> 38,000 $30,000
  • 7. California HVIP Voucher AddersThe first three vouchers received by a fleet perfunding year are eligible for the followingadditional funding amount:$2,000/vehicle <8,501 lbs$5,000/vehicle 8,501 - 10,000 lbs$10,000/vehicle >10,000 lbs
  • 8. Current Totals: ~$350k remaining
  • 9. New York State - Electric Vehicle» Class 3-8 electric trucks» $9 million in incentives» Vouchers for 80% of incremental costup to $60,000 per eligible vehicle» For 30 non-attainment counties» CMAQ funding from NY State DOT» For vehicles ordered after July 1, 2012
  • 10. » Class 3-8 CNG, hybrid, electric trucks» $6 million in incentives» Vouchers for 80% of incremental costup to $40,000 per eligible vehicle» Private fleets only» Must domicile in NYC» CMAQ funding from NY City DOT» Will launch in 2013New York City - Alt Fuel Vehicle
  • 11. » Diesel emission controls for Class 3-8» $4 million in incentives» Vouchers cover 80% of cost» Private fleets only» Must domicile in NYC» CMAQ funding from NY City DOT» Will launch in 2013New York City - Diesel Retrofit
  • 12. Coming Soon…Metro Chicago» Electric trucks» Launches spring 2013» Voucher amount based on battery size» Targets 60% of incremental cost» Private and public fleets» $15 million in CMAQ funds» Targets 250 vouchers
  • 13. Why Vouchers over Tax Credits andOther Options?• Change economics at point of purchase,effectively reducing purchase price• All fleets can take advantage– Includes tax-exempt fleets– Directly impacts budget for fleet manager• Simple and easy to understand!• Industry surveys and studies confirm vouchersare best purchase incentive option
  • 14. The New Model and Opportunity• CMAQ Funds can be used in a voucherprogram – makes it easier to start (do notneed own funds)• NY, Chicago and Oregon using this approach• They have now set the “template”• Other regions (cities/states in some cases)can/should be encouraged to make use of thisstructure
  • 15. Making the Case• New CALSTART whitepaper outlines value ofvouchers• Also provides case study offirst voucher state; newvoucher regions starting;identifies possible federalfunds• Outlines framework ofnational incentive networkthat could be made up ofregional voucher programs
  • 16. Some Potential Areas for ExpandedIncentives?= New PotentialVoucher Regions
  • 17. Proposed CALSTART Effort• Focus on 5-7 key states in absence of fed leadership.Help them understand/adopt new voucher model• Push for fuel/technology neutral approach to driveemissions reductions and efficiency• Practical, solution-oriented approach scales existingprograms and leverages existing funds• No federal legislation needed – can tap existing funds ifwe train the states• Work with coalition of industry

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