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  • The District is a public health agency whose mission is to improve the health and quality of life for all Valley residents through efficient, effective and entrepreneurial air quality-management strategies15 member Governing Board made up of representatives from the Board of Supervisors of all eight counties, one Health and Science member appointed by the Governor, on Physician appointed by the Governor, and five Valley city representativesEncompasses eight counties – San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare, western KernDistrict has some of the worst air pollution in the nation despite an overall improvement in air quality as a direct result of a combination of strategies employed by the District, including robust regulatory changes, incentive programs and significant outreach and education, however more is needed.Air pollution within the District comes from a variety of sources, including industrial facilities, vehicles and consumer products.36% of smog-forming emissions come from autos, light trucks and other mobile, non-heavy-duty truck sources, which the District does not have the authority to regulate

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  • 1. SJVAPCDDrive Clean! Rebate Program March 17, 20121
  • 2. Background • Public health agency • Formed in 1992 • Under a Governing Board • Combination of strategies – Over 500 regulations – Voluntary Incentives2
  • 3. Background • Over 20 highly successful incentive programs since 1992 • Awarded almost $400 million • Reduced over 98,000 tons of lifetime emission (NOx, ROG, PM) • Regular audits by State, Federal, and independent auditors3
  • 4. Program History • Current Light and Medium-Duty Vehicle Incentive Program - 2001 – Encourage early adoption of clean vehicles – Results • Over $578,000 awarded • Over 148 vehicles purchased • Reduction of over 17 tons of lifetime emission (NOx, ROG, PM) – Introduction of new technologies4
  • 5. Program Revision to Rebate Program • Reason for Revisions – Low participation in local and State programs – Lengthy application and contract process – Confusion with State program – Less efficient than other District programs • Revision Process – Governing Board approval – Collaboration with State and other agencies – Streamlined process5
  • 6. New Drive Clean! Rebate Program • Eligibility – SJVAPCD residents and businesses – Purchase or 3-year lease a new vehicle • Purchase/lease after March 15, 2012 • District’s Vehicle Eligibility List only – Insure & register with DMV within SJVAPCD • Requirements (3 years) – Continue ownership/lease of vehicle – Maintain DMV registration within SJVAPCD – Minor annual reporting6
  • 7. Drive Clean! Rebate Program Vehicle Funding • Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) – $3,000 • Partial Zero Emission Vehicles (PZEV) – $2,000 • Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (SULEV) – $1,500 • Zero Emission Motorcycles (ZEM) and Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV) – $1,0007
  • 8. Related Components Under Development • Residential & Personal Infrastructure – Level 2 EVSE – CNG home refueling appliance – $1,000 rebate • Community & Public Infrastructure – Multi-unit EVSE – DC Fast Charging EVSE – Contract process – Funding levels TBD8
  • 9. Infrastructure and Deployment Goals • Valleywide Efforts Needed • Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Charging Infrastructure Readiness Plans – Department of Energy (DOE) • Statewide readiness plan, including specific regions • $1,000,000 multi-agency collaborative grant • $75,000 for the San Joaquin Valley District’s region – California Energy Commission (CEC) • Comprehensive Valley regional plan • $200,000 award9
  • 10. Listserv and Website • Incentive Program Development E-mail Notification List – http://www.valleyair.org/lists/list.htm • District website – www.valleyair.org under Grants & Incentives10
  • 11. Contact Information David Lopez (559) 230-5800 David.Lopez@valleyair.org Colette Kincaid (559) 230-5800 Colette.Kincaid@valleyair.org11