California Clean Vehicle Incentive Programs

California Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Program (HVIP)
is a unique and streamlined program to help speed the early market introduction of clean, low-carbon hybrid and electric trucks and buses.

Communities in Charge is California’s market-accelerating, light-duty electric vehicle (EV) charging incentive project funded by the California Energy Commission’s Clean Transportation Program, implemented by CALSTART, and supported in partnership with GRID Alternatives and Tetra Tech. Communities in Charge is designed to transform EV accessibility, rapidly catalyze new markets, and swiftly deploy Level 2 EV charging stations.

Drive Clean gdrive_cleanives California car buyers all the tools they need to buy or lease a clean car – they can find and compare cars, understand the technologies, find incentives available to them, get setup with alternative fueling or charging, and more.



The EV Fleet Program assists PG&E customers that are planning to electrify their medium duty, heavy duty, or off-road vehicle fleets. Participants receive installation of infrastructure up to their meter at no cost, incentives and rebates to offset their out-of-pocket costs for construction and chargers, and comprehensive support throughout the completion of their EV charging project. Fleets as small as two vehicles are eligible to apply. More information can be found at 

PG&E, in partnership with Ecology Action, will install Level 1 and Level 2 EV chargers at multifamily housing (MFH) units, not-for-profit organizations and small businesses, at no cost for sites located in a priority community. The program includes an education campaign for site residents and employees to increase awareness about the charger installation and other EV benefits and incentives. More information about the Multifamily Housing and Small Business EV Charger Program can be found here.

Need helping finding information about the California Air Resources Board (CARB) On-Road Truck Regulations? Visit the Truck Stop or call the CARB Hotline number: 866-634-3735 (866-6Diesel).

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