PEVC Documents and Resources
The PEVC priortizes tasks that will have the most impact toward achieving a strong PEV market in California. Below are documents that the PEVC has developed with the expertise of their members to help move the PEV market forward in California.
2016 PEV Collaborative Annual Report
Download Annual Report | (updated 12/08/16)
Electric Cars for Everyone
Download Postcard | (updated 10/14/16)
PEV Collaborative 2015 Annual Report
Download Annual Report | (updated 11/13/15)
Plugging in at Work: How to Effectively Install, Share and Manage Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Download Report | (updated 11/13/15)
PEV Collaborative Resources for Workplace Charging
See All Workplace Charging Resources | (updated 7/1/15)
PEV Collaborative Resources for Charging at Multi-unit Dwellings
See All Resources for Charging at Multi-unit Dwellings | (updated 7/28/15)
PEV Collaborative 2014 Annual Report
PEV Collaborative Brochure
Download Brochure | (updated 6/2/15)
PEV Collaborative Presentation
Download Presentation| (updated 2/19/15)
PEV Collaborative Vendor List
Download List | (updated 7/09/15)
PEV Collaborative 2013 Annual Report
PEVC 2013 Annual Report | (updated 11/14/13)
PEV Collaborative Transportation Funding Consensus Statement
The transportation system has been chronically underfunded for many years, and the gap between funding from motor fuel taxes and needed repairs and construction continues to widen, creating a debate about long-term solutions. The California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative has developed this consensus statement to help inform the public dialogue.
Transportation Funding Consensus Statement | (updated 9/24/12)
PEV Community Readiness – Regional Reports and Statewide Toolkit
Now is the time for local governments to get ready by developing the policies and programs you need to support the PEVs already in your communities. This section includes the final statewide and regional reports for the U.S. DOE grant to California on PEV Community Readiness. It also includes a Toolkit for local governments that highlights actions a community can take to get ready for PEVs. Each easy-to-reference section includes a basic description of the needed action, its purpose, and examples from California communities and stakeholders. Click on the links below to download the DOE state and regional reports, the PEV readiness toolkit, as well as a number of important local government references cited in the reports.
Intended Audience: Local government officials
Toolkit and References Content Page | (updated 12/17/12)
Statewide and Regional PEV Readiness Reports | (updated 1/2/2013)
Report: Streamlining the Permitting and Inspection Process for Plug-in Electric Vehicle Home Charger Installations
The process of planning and executing residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) or charging stations required coordination of many participants. The resulting cost, timing, and complexity are dependent on how each participant manages his or her own steps and how effectively they hand off the job to each other. This report seeks to characterize key aspects of the installation process as they relate to permitting and inspection considerations, highlighting common challenges and questions that arise. Through discussion, examples and recommendations, it also seeks to address a troubling trend: the permitting and inspection process for charging equipment is becoming more onerous in some jurisdictions over time. This paper provides recommendations and references so that practitioners can design streamlined procedures for permitting and inspection in their jurisdiction.
Intended Audience: local government officials
Streamling the Permitting and Inspection Process | (updated 08/29/12)
California Incentives for Vehicles and Charging Stations
This link allows you to search all PEV incentives by zip code and is updated frequently to reflect the latest incentives.
Intended Audience: Consumers, local government officials
Report: Accessibility and Signage for Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
This report recommends accessibility standards for charging infrastructure installed as part of the new construction of facilities, and also standards for installations at existing facilities. The recommended standards distinguish between charging that is publicly available and charging that is restricted in access (e.g. residential). The report also recommends standardized general purpose signs to identify charging stations and direct users to the stations, and regulatory signs to designate the permissible uses of the charging facilities and to prohibit certain uses where necessary. All regulatory signs must be supported by appropriate rules, ordinances or policies.
Intended Audience: Local government officials
Download Report: Accessiblity and Signage | (updated 8/29/12)
Building Standards Commission website - Please note that the Building Standards Commission (BSC) has approved Accessibilty Guidelines for EV Charging Stations. Visit the BSC website for more information.
Report: Maps and Apps, Today's Mapping and Location-Based Services for Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
This report describes the current status of PEV infrastructure mapping and navigation services and outlines what will be needed to meet the future challenges that come with this relatively new, yet rapidly growing industry. The PEV Collaborative recommends a series of actions to be undertaken to enhance mapping, navigation and location-based tools.
Intended Audience: Mapping service developers and state government officials
Download Report: Maps and Apps | (updated 8/29/12)
PEVC Fact Sheets
A series of eight guides with timely, topical graphs and relevant communication points on various California-specific PEV topics.
Intended Audience: Consumers, PEV industry, and the media
View and download Fact Sheets | (updated 7/01/12)