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Southern California EV Statistical Information - 2009 to 2020 Southern California EV Statistical Information - 2009 to 2020 Presentation Transcript

  • Southern California Region 1   Los Angeles County Orange County Riverside County San Bernardino County •  Over 44% of CA population •  40% of the nation’s cargo goes through the twin Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach •  1.5 million medium and heavy-duty vehicles •  9 million passenger cars
  • County of Los Angeles •  The County is 4,061 square miles in size. •  The County has almost 10.4 million residents - 28% of State’s population. •  Population has grown 900,000 in the last decade. •  The County is larger population than all but 9 states. •  101,000 employees. 2  
  • Base Line The County has: •  More than 2,200 buildings. •  About 14,000 vehicles & pieces of equipment. •  Uses 14 million gallons of various fuels. •  101,000 employees. 3  
  • Los Angeles County 2009 Municipal GHG Inventory Building  Energy  Use 35% Cogeneration  Facilities 16%Vehicle  Fleet 10% Other  Sources* 4% Employee  Commute 33% Street  Lights,  Traffic   Signals,  and  Outdoor   Lighting 2% * Other sources include Owned Landfills, Refrigerants, Wastewater Treatment Plants, Water Pumps, Miscellaneous (Ammunition, Ethylene Oxide, CO2, and Acetylene), Waste Generation, and Water Consumption. 4  
  • L. A. County 2020 BAU Forecast and 2009 Municipal GHG Inventory Comparison 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 400,000 450,000 500,000 Building Energy Use Cogeneration Facilities Vehicle Fleet Street Lights, Traffic Signals, and Outdoor Lighting Employee Commute Other Sources* Emissions(MTCO2e) 2009 Inventory 2020 BAU Forecast *  Other  sources  include  Owned  Landfills,  Refrigerants,  Wastewater  Treatment  Plants,   Water  Pumps,   Miscellaneous  (Ammunition,   Ethylene  Oxide,  CO2,  and  Acetylene),  Waste  Generation,  and    Water  Consumption. 5  
  • Barriers/Issues: •  Cost Recovery: Ø  If too much, employees won’t purchase Plug-Ins or use infrastructure; Ø  If too little – a gift of public moneys. •  Employee Equity. 6