Medium- and Heavy-Duty Fleet Zero-Emission Vehicle Purchasing Support Public Meetings
CARB is committed to involving all stakeholders in the development of resources that will assist truck owners as they plan for purchasing and operating zero-emission commercial vehicles. We are seeking input from the people in our State who are impacted by poor air quality and have been advocating for cleaner transportation and from medium- and heavy-duty truck owners, including smaller fleets, who will benefit most from improvements to funding programs and other resources that CARB is developing to support them.
If you require special accommodation or need this information in an alternate format (i.e. Braille, large print) or another language, please contact Olivia Lane, Air Pollution Specialist, as soon as possible, but no later than 10 days before the scheduled event/meeting.
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Roundtable Discussion on Reducing Risk when Financing and Insuring Zero-Emission Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicles
Date: May 22, 2023
A public roundtable meeting to discuss risk reduction strategies to support and accelerate the development of the zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicle market. This work is part of CARB’s SB 372 implementation and is designed to build on existing research and to investigate strategies in the finance, lease, and insurance industries, such as vehicle residual values and other support mechanisms. Staff will provide an update on current work surrounding financial and non-financial support for trucks and solicit feedback and discussion on potential future innovative financial strategies and programs that can further vehicle adoption.
CARB “Virtual” Listening Session: Zero-Emission Trucks – How Do We Get There?
Date: July 28, 2022
The goal of this listening session is to hear experiences, feedback, and/or suggestions for how CARB can further encourage commercial vehicle owners to use cleaner technology such as zero-emission trucks, and better support them in this process.
We are seeking input from the people in our State who are impacted by poor air quality and have been advocating for cleaner transportation and from medium- and heavy-duty truck owners, including smaller fleets, who will benefit most from improvements to funding programs and other resources that CARB is developing to support them.
For English speaking participants a call-in option is available:
Call-In #: (214) 756-0479
Spanish translation will only be available through Zoom audio.