The SCAG (or Southern California) Clean Cities Coalition coordinates the activities of both private and public sector proponents of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs) by providing a forum to discover commonalties, collaborate on public policy, investigate opportunities for joint projects, leverage scarce resources and cooperate on promoting the benefits of AFVs throughout the region.
AB1236 requires cities and counties in California to formally
establish a streamlined permitting process for electric vehicle
charging station (EVCS) construction by September 30, 2017. As
the sales of electric vehicles (EV) increase, the State views the
implementation and adoption of EV infrastructure as not only a
local issue but a statewide goal.
Check to see if your city is permit streamlined.
Includes maps, charts, and data at the subregional level, to illustrate factors that influence demand for charging equipment at specific locations. The Southern California Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Atlas contains 175 pages of maps, charts, and data at the subregional and Council of Government-level that illustrate factors that influence demand for charging equipment at specific locations.
In June 2011, the South Coast Air Quality Management District and SCAG, in conjunction with their regional partners, applied for two plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) readiness grants and were successful in both applications. The first grant, awarded by the U.S. Department of Energy, resulted in the development of six regional PEV readiness plans throughout the state of California, including one for Southern California.