Prepare for ACF Rule Impacts & Save Money on EV Infrastructure

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Be on the right side of the Advanced Clean Fleets (ACF) rule as deadlines quickly approach and learn how to save money on needed EV infrastructure. A wide-range of medium- and heavy-duty fleets in California will need to begin transitioning to zero emission vehicles as early as 2024.

Infrastructure planning is a critical first step fleets should take to ensure ACF compliance. Fleets should plan 12-36 months ahead of earliest compliance milestones to allow time for infrastructure design and installation. Set your fleet for operational success by taking advantage of available infrastructure funding now.

Watch this 1-hour webinar to:

  • Learn how to successfully align charging infrastructure planning timelines with ACF compliance milestones
  • Gain insights from a regulatory expert who will present ACF compliance fleet sample scenarios
  • Learn how you can connect directly with utility representatives to learn about available EV infrastructure funding you can take advantage of today

Dean Kunesh

Electric Vehicle Onboarding

Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E)

Nick Badillo

Policy Manager, Clean Transportation

San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E)

Jason Groves

Business Development Advisor, Transportation Electrification

Southern California Edison (SCE)

Rebecca Schenker

Senior Director, Programs

Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA)