Incentives for Electrification
Electric trucks currently cost more upfront than traditional diesel vehicles. And charging infrastructure can also be costly, presenting new expenses for fleets used to diesel fueling. Luckily, incentives are increasingly available for both vehicles and charging infrastructure from the federal government, state and local governments, and utilities.
In this training, participants will learn:
What new revenue streams may electric trucks open up for fleets (e.g. LCFS)?
What sort of financial incentives are available for electric trucks, including grants, rebates, tax credits, and more?
What is the total cost of electrification?
What additional incentives are legislators and regulators currently considering?
Bootcamp speakers include:
- Funding Finder Tool (CALSTART)
- Advanced Transportation Funding Programs (ACT News)
- New Jersey Zero-Emission Incentive Program (NJEDA)
- National Zero-Emission Truck Coalition (CALSTART)
- Zero Emission Vehicle Awareness Initiative (NRCAN)
- Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (NRCAN)
- Federal and State Laws and Incentives (Alternative Fuels Data Center)