HVIP offers incentives for eligible zero-emission and hybrid trucks and buses and vehicles using engines that meet the optional low-NOx engine standard in California. Use the filters below to select an eligible vehicle technology that best fits your business needs.
Under Technology Type, you will find the following options as defined below.
ePTO (electric Power Take-Off) – refers to a device that takes power from an on-vehicle source (like a battery) that produces no emissions and which is used to power an aerial boom.
Hybrid – refers to any vehicle that can draw propulsion energy from both consumable fuel and a rechargeable energy storage system.
Low-NOx Engine – refers to any engine or vehicle that is powered by an engine certified to a 0.02 g/bhp-hr NOx standard, which is 90 percent below the current NOx standard.
Zero Emission – refers to any vehicle that produces no emissions when stationary or operating.
In addition to the voucher amounts listed below, there are a variety of “plus up” additions that can increase the final voucher amount. The exact amounts are determined by GVWR and technology type, with the higher amounts generally going to heavier vehicles and zero-emission technology. For example, the first three vouchers for any single fleet receive an additional $2,000 – $10,000 while fleets located in disadvantaged communities (DACs) can receive a further additional $5,000 – $15,000. Per SB 545 Disadvantaged Communities, in order to be eligible for a DAC plus-up, the domicile location of the vehicle must be within one of the pink or pink-striped regions on the map.
For a full explanation of voucher amounts, see the Implementation Manual.