Transportation Electrification Case Study

California’s Statewide Zero Emissions Vehicle Infrastructure Plan


From 2015-2017 AESC provided the California Energy Commission (CEC) technical and policy assistance for California’s Statewide Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) Infrastructure Plan, developing a five-year plan to promote ZEVs, including hydrogen. This multi-phase project began with a DC Fast Charging (DCFS) Corridor Assessment that led to investment in charging installations at approximately 80 sites, filling DCFC corridor gaps in rural and remote communities. The product of a subsequent phase, the Strategic Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Infrastructure Plan helped guide CEC’s investments and growth in ZEVs. California continues to expand ZEV use faster than other regions, specifically electric vehicles (EV), in part, due to the effects of this project on the infrastructure that keeps EVs moving.

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