California Center for Sustainable Energy-PEV Incentives

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  • Project
  • Zero Emissions Motorcycles$1,500Neighborhood Electric Vehicles$1,000-$1,500
  • Energy Tax Credit of Electric VehiclesEV/PHEV tax credits range from $2,500 to $7,500Battery Capacity at least 4 kilowatt-hours (minimum $2,500)Additional $417 per kWh in excess of 5 kWhNissan LEAF 24 kWh battery capacity ($7,500)Chevrolet Volt 16 kWh battery capacity ($7,500)www.fueleconomy.gov
  • California Center for Sustainable Energy-PEV Incentives

    1. 1. Plug-In Electric Vehicles:Innovation, Incentives and InfrastructureFresno | March 17 | 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.Introduction David Almeida, California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE)Introduce the topics, speakers and describe the format of the workshopOpening Remarks Tom Bohigian, State Director for U. S. Senator Barbara BoxerPEV Benefits David Almeida, CCSEEnvironmental, public health and economic benefits of PEVsPEV Incentives David Almeida, CCSEEmphasis on the state rebate application process, project funding and frequently asked questionsPEVs and the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (APCD) Todd DeYoung, San Joaquin Valley APCDLocal vehicle and charging incentivesPEVs and Public Infrastructure Impact to Grid and Utility Bills Ulric Kwan, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E)PG&E’s PEV programs including grid reliability, rate programs and public infrastructureLunch and PEV Drivers PanelEnjoy lunch and hear about the PEV experience from your neighbors www.energycenter.org 1
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    25. 25. 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 www.energycenter.org26
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