CA AB 111

Author

Tasha Horvath
P. O. Box 942849
Sacramento, CA 942849
916-319-2076

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Bill Text

Category

Emissions

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State

CA

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Summary

Implements a Safe and Clean Truck Infrastructure Program to support the construction and operation of zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicle parking and electric vehicle charging and hydrogen refueling infrastructure.

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Issue

Requires the Secretary of the Transportation Agency, in consultation with certain state entities, to implement a Safe and Clean Truck Infrastructure Program to support the construction and operation of zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicle parking and electric vehicle charging and hydrogen refueling infrastructure on public and private properties, and to encourage the use of zero-emission vehicles. Requires the program, by January 1, 2024, to conduct an assessment outlining regional zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicle parking and refueling deficiencies and strategies to address those deficiencies.

require the PUC, in consultation with the Energy Commission and the state board, to establish a rate structure to promote the adoption of zero-emission vehicles and zero-emission freight equipment meeting certain requirements and a rate structure that incentivizes hydrogen production by electrolysis using electricity from eligible renewable energy resources, as defined. The bill would require electrical corporations to file an advice letter to implement those rate structures. The bill would require the Energy Commission, in consultation with the PUC and the state board, to develop model rate structures consistent with those established for electrical corporations that a local publicly owned electric utility may adopt.

Imposes a state-mandated local program.

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Notes

Pending Committee action.

History

01/11/2021 Read first time. Referred to Assembly Committee on Transportation.
03/22/2021 From Assembly Committee on Transportation with amendments. Amended in Assembly and re-referred to Assembly Committee on Transportation. Read second time and amended.
03/23/2021 Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Transportation.
01/03/2022 From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on TRANS. Read second time and amended.
01/04/2022 Re-referred to Senate Committee on Transportation.