SJVAPCD: Drive Clean! Rebate Program

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SJVAPCD: Drive Clean! Rebate Program

  1. 1. SJVAPCDDrive Clean! Rebate Program March 17, 20121
  2. 2. Background • Public health agency • Formed in 1992 • Under a Governing Board • Combination of strategies – Over 500 regulations – Voluntary Incentives2
  3. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 11. Contact Information David Lopez (559) 230-5800 David.Lopez@valleyair.org Colette Kincaid (559) 230-5800 Colette.Kincaid@valleyair.org11

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