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1 EV Readiness for your County Fleet General Service Conference April 4, 2013 Dave Head, Fleet Manager (Nearly Retired)

2 Sonoma County’s Program Roadblocks to Implementation Sonoma County Guidelines Current State Developments

3 Transition of the County Fleet ICE – Internal Combustion Engine To Hybrid To Plug-in Hybrid To Electric Vehicles

4 Sonoma County Local Government Electric Vehicle Partnership County of Sonoma Sonoma County Water Agency Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District Regional Climate Protection Authority Open Space District Cities: Santa RosaSebastopol PetalumaWindsor Rohnert ParkHealdsburg CotatiCloverdale Sonoma Goal – “Promote Electric Vehicles to reduce GHG emissions and facilitate the planning and implementation of EV charging infrastructure.”

5 Local Government EV Vehicles and Infrastructure Workgroup Transform public fleets Build baseline local EV infrastructure EV Fleet National Demonstration Project – Bay Area Partnership Collaborate and Implement Regional EV Initiatives Statewide EV Workgroup Promote and align state wide efforts State PEV Collaborative Governor’s EV Infrastructure Workgroup EV Partnership Components

6 EV Vehicles and Infrastructure Workgroup Goals Facilitate Regional Efforts Outreach EV charger installation guidelines to the Cities for adoption and implementation - Proposed Seek grant opportunities - Ongoing Demonstrate EV Viability Plan a baseline EV infrastructure network – Complete Build the Sonoma County Electric Trail – Under Construction Engage local businesses – Proposed Make Sonoma County - EV Friendly Tourist Destination in California Transform Public Fleets Assimilate EV vehicles in public fleets – Ongoing Develop guidelines for EV charger installations – Complete

7 Transform Public Fleets Current Hybrid and Plug In Vehicles County of Sonoma/SC Water Agency/City of Santa Rosa: Hybrid Light Duty Vehicles296 Plug-in Hybrid Sedans 20 Extended Range Electric Vehicles 2 Hybrid Pick Up 1 Electric Sedan 1 Neighborhood Electric Vehicles 9 Hybrid Medium Duty Trucks 5 Hybrid Buses 15 Total Hybrid and Electric Vehicles 349

8 Partnership EV Charger Installations County of Sonoma – 24 SCWA – 9 City of Santa Rosa – 13 City of Cotati – 3 City of Sonoma – 2 City of Sebastopol – 3 City of Rohnert Park – 1 City of Petaluma – 2 Town of Windsor – 3 Sonoma County Airport – 6 Locations in Design or Construction City of Healdsburg – 2 City of Cloverdale – 2 Doran Regional Park – 2 Guerneville Veterans Hall - 2

9 Grant Reimbursement Projections MTC Fleet Grant County - 22 Vehicles/Chargers $585,000 SCWA - 5 Vehicles/Chargers $125,000 City of SR – 4 Vehicles/Chargers $100,500 Total MTC Fleet Grant $810,500 MTC – Public Charger Grant 25 public access EV chargers $230,000 ChargePoint America Grant /NSCAPCD Funds 20 to 35 public access chargers $385,000 TOTAL$1,425,500 Facilitate Regional Efforts

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20 Electric vehicles are real and are here to stay! Federal CAFE Standards increased to 54.5 MPG by 2025 Local governments must lead by example Create Public Awareness Create Synergistic Opportunities Make It Real – “Sonoma County Electric Vehicle Trail”

21 Sonoma County Electric Trail

22 Roadblocks and Challenges to Implementation No clear guidance for charger installations Few trained installers Limited range of vehicles Fear of getting stuck Cost of upgrading old facilities Cost to meet ADA Compliance Standards Time it takes to get things done

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24 Next Steps Continue to assimilate electric vehicles into local public fleets Promote the adoption of EV charger installation guidelines by all local jurisdictions. Facilitate the adoption and assimilation of the Sonoma E.V. Charging installation guidelines into the State Building Code. Build the Sonoma County Electric Trail using EV charger guidelines. Implement a EV public outreach program Develop web based dissemination of public charger locations.

25 QUESTIONS


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