United States
Cities, states and regional governments
Year Signed

ZEV Related Policies
The Advanced Clean Cars II rule requires 35% of light-duty vehicle sales to be ZEV by 2026 and 100% by 2035. In November 2022, CARB approved a broad $2.6 billion investment plan to promote clean mobility options, with over 70% of the fund earmarked for priority populations.

Charging Infrastructure Policies
In December 2022, the California Energy Commission approved a $2.9 billion investment plan to advance the state toward having 250,000 shared EV chargers by 2025. This new round of funding is estimated to result in 90,000 new EV chargers with at least 50% targeted to benefit priority populations.

Vehicle Incentives
The Clean Vehicle Rebate Program offers rebates up to $7,500 for zero-emission vehicles and $6,500 for plug-in hybrids, with a base MSRP below $60,000 for minivans, pickups, and SUVs and $45,000 for hatchbacks, sedans, wagons, and two-seaters. Additional incentives for low-income drivers and those scrapping an older combustion vehicle are available through the Clean Cars 4 All program. The Clean Air Vehicle program provides HOV lane access for eligible vehicles, including BEVs and PHEVs.