ACT - Meetings & Workshops
|August 21, 2019|
Public Workshop to Discuss the Proposed Updates to the Advanced Clean Trucks RegulationSeventh workshop meeting providing updates to the proposed manufacturer sales requirement and updates to the large entity reporting requirements. The proposed regulations will contribute towards the goal of achieving zero-emission pick-up and delivery services by local trucks in urban areas by 2040 and accelerating the medium- and heavy-duty zero-emission truck market. This meeting will take place in Sacramento and will be webcast.
Proposed Draft Regulatory Language - Manufacturer Sales Requirement
Proposed Draft Regulatory Language - Large Entity Reporting Requirement
|June 20, 2019|
Public Workshop to Discuss Proposed Reporting Requirements for Larger Companies and Fleets as Part of the Advanced Clean Trucks RegulationSixth workshop meeting to discuss a proposed reporting requirement for large companies that contract to move freight or other products and for large fleets that operate trucks locally or regionally. The information will support efforts to accelerate the use of zero emission trucks and buses in California where suitable. This meeting will take place in Sacramento and will be webcast.
|April 2, 2019|
Public Workshop to Discuss the Proposed Advanced Clean Trucks Regulation Including Mandatory Reporting for Larger Companies and FleetsFifth workshop meeting to present updates to a regulatory concept that would require heavy-duty vehicle and chassis manufacturers to sell a portion of Class 2B and larger vehicles sales as zero-emission and would require mandatory reporting for larger companies and fleets. This meeting will take place in Sacramento and will be webcast.
|February 25, 2019|
Public Workgroup Meeting to Discuss Information Needed to Support the Advanced Clean Trucks Regulation
Fourth workgroup meeting to continue the discussion on the zero-emission truck and bus market segment analysis, on the assumptions and methodology on estimating the total cost of ownership for fleets, and potential barriers to charging or hydrogen fueling infrastructure. This meeting will take place in Sacramento and will be webcast.
|December 4, 2018|
Public Workshop Meeting to Provide an Update on Light- and Heavy-Duty Fleet Requirements and Public Workgroup to Discuss Advanced Clean Trucks Regulation
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) will be hosting two public meetings both relating to zero-emission vehicle requirements for fleets and manufacturers. The first meeting is a workshop primarily for fleets and will discuss planned and future light- and heavy-duty fleet rules, provide information on how to stay informed and participate in upcoming rulemaking efforts, and provide a discussion on potential reporting requirements for car and truck fleets. This meeting will take place in Sacramento and will be webcast.
The second meeting will be workgroup continuation of the Advanced Clean Truck fleet/manufacturer meetings expanded into a public setting. This meeting will focus the market potential for zero-emission trucks. This part of the meeting will not be available via webcast therefore in-person participation is required.
|August 30, 2018|
Public Workshop Regarding Assessment of a Zero-Emission Vehicle Fleet RequirementsThe California Air Resources Board (CARB) has been directed by the Governor to assess possible regulatory requirements to ensure greater inclusion of zero emission vehicles in public and private light- and heavy-duty vehicle fleets. This meeting will take place in Sacramento and will be webcast.
|May 31, 2018|
Advanced Clean Truck WorkshopThird workshop where staff will be presenting updates to a regulatory concept that would require truck and chassis manufacturers to sell a portion of Class 2B and larger vehicle sales as zero emission and will discuss potential methods to ensure fleet purchases among other alternatives. This meeting will take place in Sacramento and will be webcast.
|August 30, 2017|
Advanced Clean Local Truck WorkgroupSecond workgroup meeting to discuss costs of advanced and conventional truck technologies in the California market, a discussion of the state of the advanced technologies market and ongoing developments, factors affecting the demand of zero-emission vehicles, revisions to the previously discussed Energy Efficiency Ratio draft paper, and a discussion focused solely on the Class 2B-3 market. The meeting will be on Wednesday August 30, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and will be webcast.
|April 25, 2017|
Advanced Clean Local Truck WorkshopSecond public workshop to discuss how best to advance the market for advanced clean truck technologies primarily in local truck and last mile delivery application. The discussion will include an overview of a potential regulatory concept that would apply to chassis manufacturers, a detailed discussion with the investor-owned utilities about the SB 350 proposals to remove barriers for transportation electrification, a draft fleet survey questionnaire, and a continued discussion on costs. Details on the workshop can be found in the agenda and notice to the right. The workshop will also be webcast.
EER Discussion Document
|January 20, 2017|
Advanced Clean Local Truck WorkgroupFirst workgroup meeting to include a discussion of strategies for deploying advanced clean local trucks, total cost of ownerships for different vehicle types, certification process for advanced vehicles and engines and data collection needs. The meeting will be on Friday January 20, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and will be webcast.
|November 14, 2016|
Heavy-Duty Transportation Electrification WorkgroupPublic meeting to discuss transportation electrification barriers and solutions for heavy-duty vehicle fleets on Monday, November 14, 2016 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. This meeting will be webcast with details on the agenda.
ARB Intro Presentation
|November 1, 2016|
Advanced Clean Truck Strategies, Truck Aerodynamics, and Sustainable Freight Data CollectionInitial public workshop to begin the discussion on strategies to accelerate the market for advanced clean technologies primarily in local truck and last mile delivery applications and supporting data collection efforts. This meeting will be webcast.
Part 1: Advanced Clean Truck Strategies(Corrected 11/8/16)
Part 2: Truck Aerodynamics
Part 3: Sustainable Freight Data Collection