CEC Approves $95 Million Plan for Critical Clean Transportation Investments

The California Energy Commission (CEC) today approved a $95 million plan for critical clean transportation investments to expedite the adoption of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) and help the state reach its climate, air quality, and other goals. The plan also focuses on closing an anticipated gap in charging infrastructure for electric vehicles, and increasing program benefits to disadvantaged communities.

The plan calls for:

  • $32.7 million for light-duty EV charging infrastructure 
  • $30 million for medium- and heavy-duty ZEVs and infrastructure
  • $20 million for hydrogen refueling infrastructure 
  • $2.5 million for workforce development

The investment plan also allocates $10 million for production of zero- and near-zero-carbon fuels.

Read the full press release here