To reduce air pollution, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) adopted a statewide strategy that requires truck manufacturers to transition from diesel trucks, vans and buses to electric zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) beginning in 2024. The Advanced Clean Fleets (ACF) regulation puts California on the path for a full ZEV fleet, where feasible, by 2045.
What vehicles are included or exempt from the ACF requirements? What reporting is required? And what government funding is available for fleet manufacturers? Consultants with Burns & McDonnell can help you navigate the comprehensive ACF regulation for your fleets.
Identify available grants and incentives and assist with applications.
Compile existing facility electrical needs and/or requirements.
Calculate fuel/energy requirements using real-world data.
Evaluate business routes to determine fuel and vehicle efficiency.
Identify required training, new maintenance practices and operational changes.
Work with utilities and permitting agencies to move projects forward.
Design infrastructure and charging facilities.
Procure, construct and commission any facility needs.
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