California Center for Sustainable Energy: PEV Incentives

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California Center for Sustainable Energy: PEV Incentives

  1. 1. Plug-In Electric Vehicles:Innovation, Incentives and InfrastructureRiverside City Hall | March 24 | 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.Introduction Colin Santulli, California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE)Introduce the topics, speakers and describe the format of the workshopOpening Remarks Ronald O. Loveridge, Mayor of RiversidePEV 101 and Benefits Colin Santulli, CCSEPEV basics including environmental, public health and economic benefitsPEVs and Riverside Public Utilities Ryan Bullard, Riverside Public UtilitiesPEV home charging effect on utility bills, public infrastructure and steps for home charging equipment installationPEV Incentives Colin Santulli, CCSEEmphasis on the state rebate application process with additional information on federal and local incentivesPEV Drivers PanelHear about the PEV experience from your neighbors who have already made the switch to a cleaner fueled vehicle www.energycenter.org 1
  2. 2. Energy Efficiency Renewable Energy Transportation Green Building Climate ChangeCreating a Sustainable Energy Future
  3. 3. Clean Vehicle Rebate Project www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org3
  4. 4. Plug-In Electric Vehicle Readiness4 Planning (DOE & CEC) www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org
  5. 5. Plug-In Electric Vehicle Battery Research5 (CEC & NREL) www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org
  6. 6. CALIFORNIA GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS www.energycenter.org 6Source: California Air Resources Board
  7. 7. PUBLIC HEALTH Top 10 Most Polluted Cities in US OZONE: 8 out of 10 in CA PM: 6 out of 10 in CA www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org 7Source: American Lung Association
  8. 8. ECONOMIC • Volatile Gas Prices Reduce dependence on the pump • Lower Fueling Costs Off peak charging Time-Of-Use rates • Lower Maintenance Costs No more oil changes, reduced tune ups www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org8
  9. 9. Plug-In Electric Vehicle 101Hybrid Electric Vehicle A vehicle that combines an internal combustion engine with a battery and electric motor. www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org9
  10. 10. Plug-In Electric Vehicle 101Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) Hybrid vehicles that can plug in to the grid so they can operate on electricity as well as an internal combustion engine. www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org10
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  13. 13. Plug-In Electric Vehicle 101Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) A vehicle that runs on electricity stored in batteries and has an electric motor rather than an internal combustion engine. www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org13
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  18. 18. Plug-In Electric Vehicle Incentives Colin Santulli Colin.Santulli@energycenter.org (858) 244-1195www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org
  19. 19. Outline • State Rebate - Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) • Program Funding • Program Eligibility • Application Process • Additional Vehicle Incentives • Tax Credits • HOV Stickers • City of Riverside Rebate www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org19
  20. 20. • Funded through the California Air Resources Board (ARB) and the California Energy Commission (CEC) through 2015• Funded by vessel registration, vehicle registration and smog abatement fees www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org20
  21. 21.  FY 2009-2010 16 14 • $4.1 million from ARB Funding in $ (Millions) 12 FY 2010-2011 10 8 • $5 million from ARB 6 • $2 million from CEC 4 FY 2011-2012 2 0 • $15 million FY 09-10 FY 10-11 FY 11-12 www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org21
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  24. 24. Program Eligibility – Who and How Individual, business, nonprofit or government entity based in California or has a California based affiliate Purchase or Lease a NEW eligible vehicle Vehicle must be 2010 model or NEWER MUST own/lease for a MINIMUM of 36 CONSECUTIVE MONTHS MUST be registered with the California DMV for a MINIMUM of 36 CONSECUTIVE MONTHS www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org24
  25. 25. Program Eligibility – Vehicles Variation Light-Duty Zero Emission Vehicles based on $1,500-$2,500 vehicle range Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles $1,500 Neighborhood Electric Vehicles $900 Zero Emissions Motorcycles $900 www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org25
  26. 26. How do I apply? • Go to www.energycenter.org/cvrp • Select vehicle and complete online Step 1 application • Mail in signed application and supporting documents within 14 calendar days Step 2 www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org26
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  30. 30. Email Address Personal Information Mailing Address www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org30
  31. 31. Vehicle Owners Name Date of Purchase/Lease Vehicle Information Dealer Information www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org31
  32. 32. Supporting Documents Proof of temporary or permanent vehicle registration Copy of the sales or lease contract signed by all parties Itemized list of credits, discounts and incentives received Individuals: Proof of California Residency - Utility or cable bill from within the last 3 months or a notarized rental agreement. • NOTE: California driver license is not an acceptable proof of residency Business/Nonprofits: Copy of formation document filed with the CA Secretary of State. Sole proprietors may submit a copy of a utility or cable bill from within the last 3 months, or a current vehicle DMV registration or notarized rental agreement. www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org32
  33. 33. Supporting Documents Proof of temporary or permanent vehicle registration Copy of the sales or lease contract signed by all parties Itemized list of credits, discounts and incentives received Individuals: Proof of California Residency - Utility or cable bill from within the last 3 months or a notarized rental agreement. • NOTE: California driver license is not an acceptable proof of residency Business/Nonprofits: Copy of formation document filed with the CA Secretary of State. Sole proprietors may submit a copy of a utility or cable bill from within the last 3 months, or a current vehicle DMV registration or notarized rental agreement. www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org33
  34. 34. Other Incentives – Electric Vehicle Tax Credit• BEV/PHEV tax credits range from $2,500 to $7,500• Based on battery capacity: • Minimum of 4 kWh ($2,500) • In excess of 5 kWh additional $417 per kWh • Nissan LEAF 24 kWh battery capacity ($7,500) • Chevrolet Volt 16 kWh battery capacity ($7,500) • Toyota Plug-In Prius 4.4kWh battery capacity ($2,500)• Phase out per manufacturer after 200K EV/PHEV www.fueleconomy.gov www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org34
  35. 35. Other Incentives – HOV Stickers• White Clean Air Vehicle Stickers are available to an unlimited number of qualifying Federal Inherently Low Emission Vehicles (ILEVs). Expires Jan 2015.• Green Clean Air Vehicle Stickers available to first 40,000 applicants that purchase or lease cars that meet CA enhanced advanced technology partial zero emission vehicle (AT PZEV) requirements. Expires Jan 2015. http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/carpool/carpool.htm www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org35
  36. 36. Other Incentives – City of Riverside Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate Program• City of Riverside Resident or Employee• All CVRP-eligible vehicles are eligible for Riverside rebate• Up to $2,000 for new, $1,000 for used• Submit application in person to the City of Riverside Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate Program representative within 30 days of vehicle purchase• Details contact Public Works Administration at (951) 351-6140 http://www.riversideca.gov/air/alternativefuel.asp www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org36
  37. 37. Questions? Colin SantulliColin.Santulli@energycenter.org (858) 244-1195www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org
  38. 38. Environmental • Plug-in electric vehicles Zero Tail Pipe Emissions • CA grid cleanest in nation 33% renewable by 2020 • Off peak charging Lower carbon intensity generation www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org38
  39. 39. Public Health In 2007, pollution from diesel and gasoline vehicles resulted in:  8,800 premature deaths  7,700 hospitalizations  1,400,000 lost workdays  4,700,000 school absencesSource: California Air Resources Board www.energycenter.org/cvrp www.energycenter.org39

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