HVIP anticipates accepting new voucher requests beginning in November 2020, when fiscal year 2020-21 funding becomes available.

Available Voucher Funds
All Approved Technologies
$ -140,391,046
Small Fleet Low NOx NG
$ 0

Approved Technologies Include Zero Emission, Low NOx, and ePTO

What is HVIP?

The California Air Resources Board (CARB), in partnership with CALSTART, launched the Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) and Low NOx Engine Incentives in 2009, to accelerate the purchase of cleaner, more-efficient trucks and buses in California.

Whether you want to purchase a vehicle, sell a HVIP-eligible vehicle, or want to bring your vehicle into the clean transportation market, this project is can help you achieve your transportation goals.

How to Participate

Criteria for Eligibility:

Any commercial vehicle user in California, including municipal fleets, smalls businesses, school districts and more. If you would like to participate, the vehicle you purchase must be domiciled and operate for at least 3 years in California after the voucher redemption date. Fleets must also submit activity reports for 3 years.

Steps for Participating in HVIP:

  1. Select a vehicle or vehicles that suit your needs from the below catalog
  2. Contact the affiliated vendor(s) ­– they are trained to apply for and process the HVIP voucher
  3. Provide the vendor with vehicle domicile location and other information
  4. Purchase your HVIP-discounted vehicle!

Criteria for Eligibility:

Any dealership or vendor that has a demonstrable affiliation with an HVIP-eligible OEM can become an HVIP-certified dealer. OEMs can also fill the role of dealer for their own vehicles. 

Steps for Participating in HVIP:

  1. Review the following training material: 1.) FY17-18 Implementation Manual; 2.) FY18-19 Voucher Funding Tables; 3.) Voucher Submission and Redemption Manual; 4.) Voucher Redemption Checklist
  2. Contact Hannah Hamilton at info@CaliforniaHVIP.org regarding your interest in becoming an HVIP Approved Dealer.
  3. Take the HVIP Dealer Training Quiz. You must pass the quiz with a score of 100%.
  4. Print and sign the Dealer Registration Form as well as the Department of Treasury IRS W-9 Form. Please email a scanned copy of the forms to Hannah Hamilton (info@CaliforniaHVIP.org) before mailing the original copy to:

48 S. Chester Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91106

Criteria for Eligibility:

Any manufacturer of a vehicle that meets California HVIP technology eligibility requirements can become an HVIP-eligible OEM.

Steps for Participating in HVIP:

  1. Become an HVIP Approved Dealer by following the steps listed on the DEALERS tab
  2. Make your vehicle HVIP-eligible by applying for eligibility via the California Air Resources Board, HERE.  

HVIP Voucher Incentives

FY 18-19 HVIP Funding Tables

Click below to see the FY18-19 HVIP Funding Tables

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The Incentive Value for Low-NOx Vouchers for New Vehicles is $45,000. Cummins Westport Repowers using the L9N Qualify for a $50,000 Voucher, and effective June 6, 2019, Cummins Westport Repowers using the ISX12N qualify for a $52,000 voucher.

HVIP Voucher Enhancements

Click below to see more voucher enhancements for fleets participating in HVIP.

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HVIP Eligible Vehicle Catalog

Model OEM Technology Type Vehicle Incentives Dealers New or Conversion Battery Model Years GVWR Vehicle Types

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Vehicle incentives displayed represent base voucher amounts. Actual voucher amounts may increase if the purchasing fleet meets certain requirements as described in the HVIP Implementation Manual.

The historical Eligible Vehicle Catalog, effective through Oct. 24, 2019, is available HERE. This catalog includes hybrid technologies and 8.9L Low NOx engines, which graduated from HVIP eligibility on Oct. 25, 2019.

Approved Vendor List

Approved Vendor Affiliated OEMs Contacts
A-Z Bus Sales, Inc.Blue Bird,Micro Bird,SEA Electric,Lightning SystemsAshley Huff,John Landherr
ABC BusMotiv Power SystemsDavid Beagle
Affinity Truck CenterMack Trucks,Autocar,VolvoSteven Ormonde,Jeff Pruett
Altec IndustriesAltec IndustriesSean Healy,LaRoy Jones III,Rhawnie Kraak,Blake Mendoza,Matt Owens,Mohammad Shehadeh
Arata Equipment Co.PeterbiltDon Arata
Bakersfield Truck CenterFreightlinerTom Royal
Bergey's Ford, IncMotiv Power SystemsLuke Bergey
Boerner Truck CenterClay Alder,Jorge Enamorado,David Pan
Briggs EquipmentKendall Krisp
BusWestThomas BuiltTodd Franssen
BYD MotorsBYD MotorsCindi Flores,Steven Gao,Diana Zhang
C&M MotorsSean Kelleher
Cal-Lift, Inc.Michael Marrs
Chanje EnergyChanjeIan Gardner
Coast Counties PeterbiltPeterbiltTim Lopez,Bob Souza
Commercial Fleet FinancingMotiv Power SystemsAngie McDowell
Complete Coach WorksComplete Coach WorksPaula Rudd
Controlled Motion Solutions, Inc.Sylvia Contreras
Creative Bus SalesElDorado National,Motiv Power Systems,GreenPower Motor Company,PhoenixDaniel Donaldson,Andrew Freer,Jason Hohalek,Keith Holsey
Cummins PacificCummins WestportChris Young
Cummins Sales and ServiceCummins WestportJeff Shaffer
Donahue Truck SalesRob Donahue
E-W Truck and Equipment Co.Cummins Westport,AutocarJack Nichols
ElDorado National CaliforniaFidencio Diaz,Richard Himes,Tony Wayne
Excel Truck GroupFreightlinerGeorge McCray
First Priority Bus SalesMotiv Power SystemsAli Sheikh
Fresno Truck CenterFreightlinerDarryl Cekalski
Future Ford of SacramentoJames Feusi
GilligGilligMaribel Gonzalez,Joe Policarpio
Golden State PeterbiltPeterbiltChris Ortiz,Randy Ray
GreenPower Motor CompanyGreenPower Motor CompanyMichael Perez
Haaker Equipment CompanyKenworth,FreightlinerMichael Frias
Heil EnvironmentalPeterbiltCooper Morgan
Hino Trucks of WilliamstownMichael Feenane
Inland-Kenworth USKenworthSteve Abrahams,Tommy Claus,Bob Fry,Tony Olivas,Al Vigil
Larry H. Miller Ford - DraperMotiv Power SystemsJames Wilcox
Lightning SystemsLightning SystemsPatricia Bray,Michael Johnson
Mar-Co Equipment CompanyFreightlinerBryan Saunders
Midway Ford CompanyMotiv Power SystemsCory Schmidt
Midway Ford Truck CenterLightning SystemsAaron Herman
Monarch Truck CenterBob Padilla,Benito Rivas,Paula Ventura
Mountain West Truck CenterBlake Bailey
Nations Bus CorporationMotiv Power SystemsDavid Morris
New Flyer of AmericaNew FlyerJennifer Roche,David Warren
NorCal Vans
NorCal Vans, Inc.Lightning SystemsGreg Hollis
Pape KenworthKenworthAJ Downen,Doug Mayes
Papé Material HandlingDonald Lawrence
Phoenix Electric SalesPhoenixGillray Cadet,Tarek Helou,Jose Paul Plackal
Pritchard Auto CompanyLightning Systems,SEA ElectricRyan Pritchard
ProterraProterraEthan Carbaguh,Jarrett Stoltzfus
Renaissance Capital AllianceAltec IndustriesMichelle Denno
River States Truck and TrailerFreightlinerDaniel Bruemmer
RivordakXosAustin Benzinger
Ron DuPratt FordMotiv Power SystemsMichael Angius
Rush Truck CentersPeterbiltJoshua Adams,Eric Alves,Meiyu Bai,Hicidro Campa,Hector Campos,Ted Clavel,Fred Davis,Walter Duarte,Sean Galleher,Jason Guzauskas,Kenneth Kail,Eric Matteson,Cindy Munoz-Martinez,Jennifer Osoria,Jeff Quemada,Mike Szekely,Kevin Voss,Matt Zega
Russell Barnett Ford of TullahomaMotiv Power SystemsBob Trewyn
RWC GroupJennifer Osoria
Ry-DenCraig Crump
Sacramento Truck CenterFreightlinerDean Needham
School Bus Sales of CaliforniaGreenPower Motor CompanyMatt Essex,Kevin Kanning
SEA ElectricSEA ElectricTony Fairweather
SEC Auto SolutionsAltec IndustriesStephen St. Andre
Smart's Truck & Trailer EquipmentVolvoJohn Griffin
South Bay FordMotiv Power SystemsDavid Hayes
Summit Truck EquipmentLightning SystemsDavid Austin
TEC of CaliforniaMack TrucksVolvoTracey Craik,Jim Farnham,Louis Ma,Jason Trimm,Adam VanderBee
The Lion Electric Co.Lion ElectricMarc-André Pagé
Tom's Truck CenterSEA ElectricSuzi Elmquist
Utility Crane & EquipmentUtility Crane and EquipmentJoey Sanford
Velocity Truck CentersFreightliner,AutocarKirk Albanese,James Blakely,Chris Burlew,John Cannon,Anthony Cicero,Ron Creighton,Grant Curtis,Michael Peloquin,Kurt Ranfranz,Clifford Romero,Joe Snyder,Darioush Soheili,Dean Sterling,Mark Sturdevant,Bob Towle
Washington Liftruck
Washington Liftruck, Inc.Tyler Johnson
Western Truck Parts & EquipmentAutocar,PeterbiltSteve Leibrock,Thomas Rafael,Brian Rottweiler,Ron Thoensen
Work Truck DirectMotiv Power SystemsRyan Makris
XL Fleet ElectrificationLauren Bell
Yard Truck SpecialistsAndrew Thomases,Jonathan Wilkinson

Submit a Voucher Request

To submit a voucher request, vehicle purchasers must follow the steps below:

  1. Select an eligible vehicle technology that fits your business needs from the list above.
  2. Contact an HVIP-Approved Vendor to submit a voucher request for an eligible vehicle technology.
  3. Sign the Purchaser Terms & Conditions form.
  4. The vendor or dealer will submit the voucher request to the Voucher Processing Center (VPC).
  5. The vehicle purchaser will receive the HVIP incentive at the point of sale.

Technology Types

HVIP offers incentives for eligible zero-emission and hybrid trucks and buses; vehicles using engines that meet the optional low-NOx engine standard in California; and vehicles using eligible ePTO technologies.

ePTO (electric Power Take-Off) – Refers to a device that takes power from an on-vehicle source (like a battery) and produces no emissions and which is used to power an aerial boom. Work vehicles with ePTO are deemed HVIP-eligible by CARB based on a demonstration that the vehicle engine does not idle to recharge the battery or to power the truck mounted hydraulic, pneumatic, or electric work equipment utilized for performing stationary work in a typical work day.

Hybrid – Refers to any vehicle that can draw propulsion energy from both consumable fuel and a rechargeable energy storage system. A hybrid vehicle conversion must draw propulsion energy from onboard sources of stored energy that are both an internal combustion or heat engine using consumable fuel, and a rechargeable energy storage system. This definition does not exclude plug-in hybrid vehicles. A hybrid vehicle conversion must achieve at least a 20 percent fuel economy or reduction of GHGs relative to its equivalent baseline vehicle.

Zero-Emission –  Refers to any vehicle that produces no emissions when stationary or operating. Hydrogen fuel cell and battery electric-powered vehicle technologies have been proven to emit zero emissions when powering medium and heavy-duty vehicles and therefore are eligible for HVIP. Other technologies which emit zero-emissions when in operation may be considered for HVIP eligibility on a case-by-case basis.

Low-NOx Engine – Refers to any approved 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. As of Oct. 26, 2018 transit buses equipped with 8.9L Low-NOx engines are no longer eligible for HVIP funding. Vouchers for refuse vehicles equipped with 8.9L Low-NOx engines will be issued only if the fleet is replacing a diesel refuse vehicle.


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