Electrification for Fleets Operating
in Disadvantaged Communities
Reducing Air Pollution in Disadvantaged Communities
through EV Infrastructure Incentives & Rebates
For some communities, socio-economic burdens and the related impacts of poor air quality are an unfortunate reality of daily life. With the adoption of electric vehicles, fleets in disadvantaged communities can improve air quality by eliminating tailpipe emissions and reduce their operating costs. SDG&E’s Power Your Drive for Fleets program can help these fleets cost-effectively install the necessary charging infrastructure needed to electrify their medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, improving their bottom line and helping to improve local air quality.
Disadvantaged Community Map
The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), on behalf of the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA), released the California Communities Environmental Health Screening Tool (CalEnviroScreen). CalEnviroScreen identifies California communities by census tracts that are disproportionately burdened by, and vulnerable to, multiple sources of pollution. For the Power Your Drive for Fleets program, SDG&E is able to extend beyond this statewide definition and expand the territories of disadvantaged communities. SDG&E can help you determine if your fleet is located or operates in one of these territories and if you subsequently qualify for additional program incentives.
Additional Charger Rebates Available for Fleets
Operating in Disadvantaged Communities
Fleets operating in disadvantaged communitites are eligible for additional charger rebates of up to 50% of the costs to puchase charging stations.
Use our rebate calculator to see how much you could save.