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2017 City of Portland Electric Vehicle Strategy

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This Electric Vehicle Strategy focuses on electrification of the public transit system, shared vehicles and the private automobiles that remain in use, which is one of the many strategies the City is taking to reduce carbon emissions from the transportation sector.

Beginners Guide to Electric Vehicles

This introductory guide addresses common questions to help drivers and fleet managers with their transition to EVs.

Best Fleet Uses, Key Challenges and the Early Business Case for E-Truck Task Force

This guide provides the key findings and recommendations from CALSTART’s E-Truck Task Force. The guide outline actions needed to support and expand production and use of electric and plug-in electric …

California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Permitting Checklist

This document provides information on the conditions under which an EVSE permit is required, EVSE permit application requirements, the number and type (e.g., pre- and post-installation) of inspections…

California Zoning Guidelines for Installation of PEV EVSE

Examples and guidance for zoning and installation of EV supply equipment.

City of Olympia EV Training Video

A fun, City of Olympia training video showing employees how to use an electric vehicle.

Clean Cities 2015 Vehicle Buyer’s Guide

This guide provides a list of the 2015 light duty vehicle models that use alternative fuels or advanced fuel-saving technologies including: propane, compressed natural gas, biodiesel, plug-in electric…

Detailed Infrastructure Planning Checklist for E-Truck Fleets

This two-pager provides a step-by-step checklist for assessing charging infrastructure readiness and a fleet e-truck infrastructure planning guide that covers costs and best practices….

Electric Carsharing in Underserved Communities Report

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Electric Carsharing in Underserved Communities: Considerations for Program Success is a report by the Greenlining Institute. The goal of the report is to address both the potential benefits of carsharing programs in low- and moderate-income communities and specific elements essential to making such programs work.

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Benefits: Public and operational benefits of ZEVs including environmental protection and improved vehicle performance.

Charging/Fueling Infrastructure: Charging and fueling station locations, technology, and costs.

Costs: Vehicle total cost of ownership, which includes initial costs as well as operating and maintenance costs.

Driver Orientation: Introductory content for driver training: terminology, vehicle types, charging station access, etc.

Educating Organization Leadership: Resources for decision-makers on topics such as ZEV deployment policies, strategies, challenges, and opportunities.

Fleet Audit & Analysis: Guidance, tools, and examples for strategic planning and procurement decisions.

Location Specific: Resources and information specific to a city, state, or region.

Maintenance: Information related to vehicle and charging/fueling infrastructure maintenance.

Market Analysis: Past and future ZEV market conditions.

Financing: Strategies and tools to encourage private investment.

Partnerships & Networks: Formal or informal stakeholder groups convened to address cross-sector issues.

Public Incentives & Policies: Government resources that encourage ZEV and infrastructure deployment.

Vehicles: Vehicle model information on technology, pricing and cost comparisons, and availability.