Permitting homeowners to install chargers at street curbs and to have exclusive access to parking beside those stations for nightly recharging of registered EVs.
Would require new or significantly altered commercial, industrial, or multi-family residential buildings to be equipped with the installation of Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment in proximity to parking spaces.
Creating a federal capital grant program to provide developers of hydrogen stations with funding to defray half of the costs of equipping stations with hydrogen refueling infrastructure along FHWA’s designated alternative fuel corridors.
Creating a tax credit equal to 30% of the capital costs of stationary hydrogen refueling infrastructure equipment, including the equipment itself and any shipping, installation, commissioning, or other standard service costs included.
Providing access to high occupancy vehicle lanes for qualifying super ultra-low emission vehicles.
Model executive order to establish a state or local “Green Fleet Transition” program.
Model legislation that can be enacted on the state or local level to establish a “Green Fleet Transition” program in the enacting jurisdiction.
Would require new or significantly altered one- or two-family residential buildings to be equipped with the installation of Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment in proximity to the garage or carport dedicated for resident parking.
Model law to have municipalities use street light poles to support Level 2 electrical vehicle chargers, with a goal of installing one charge point or port for every 50 units in neighborhoods or blocks with multi-family residences by 2025.
Model legislation providing free parking on the street and in municipal garages for alternative fuel vehicles through 2030.
Model Law offering rebates for purchases of battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles with MSRP of less than $33,000, with the size of the incentive scaling to encourage manufacturers to increase EV range.
Requiring the installation in public accommodations of electric vehicle charging stations at parking spaces designated for the exclusive use of such electric vehicles, with targets increasing to 50% of large public garage spaces by 2040.
This proposed statute seeks to remove and foreclose covenants that restrict modifications needed to install electric vehicle charging stations in common-interest developments, such as condominiums.