Zero-Emission Vehicles (ZEV)


New Vehicle Sales are Zero-Emission Through Q3 20211


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Zero-Emission Vehicles (ZEV)

California leads the nation in zero-emission passenger and goods movement. Our system of incentives, regulations, workforce development, and active stakeholder engagement is designed to enable industry to deliver the technologies and scale we need to secure a prosperous, clean, and climate friendly future.

GO-Biz has a team specifically dedicated to cultivating opportunities to accelerate zero-emission vehicle market growth. We welcome companies and ideas of all types and remain dedicated to success both inside and outside of California.

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#1 ZEV Market in the US2

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991,494 ZEVs Sold in CA Through Q3 20211

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1st Largest Source of CA Exports in 20203

Popular Programs

California Zero-Emission Vehicle Market Development Strategy

California Zero-Emission Vehicle Market Development Strategy

The ZEV Market Development Strategy is an ongoing, evolving effort to help California collectively move forward and deliver zero-emission benefits to all Californians. GO-Biz collaborates with multiple agencies and partners to shepherd the strategy and turn California’s 100 percent ZEV vision into reality. Click below for strategy details and updates.

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ZEV Readiness

Successfully launching the zero-emission vehicle market requires local leadership and buy-in. GO-Biz has developed a repository of tools that can help communities and stakeholders enable the rapid development of zero-emission vehicle infrastructure.

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ZEV Funding Opportunities

California and local governments offer a variety of incentives, financing options, and grants to help property owners, businesses, and California residents transition to zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) and install ZEV infrastructure with a skilled workforce. Click below for a list of funding resources that can help. 

ZEV Charging Stations

ZEV Infrastructure Progress

California has ambitious targets of 200 hydrogen fueling stations and 250,000 plug-in electric chargers to support 1.5 million ZEVs in California by 2025, on the path to 5 million ZEVs by 2030.

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Resources to Get Involved

California has multiple programs and opportunities to engage. GO-Biz has curated list of documents, listservs, and partners that can help interested stakeholders get engaged in California’s efforts to build a zero-emission transportation system.