State Plug-in
Adoption Resource Kit

Follow through the steps to electrify your fleet. Each featured step includes a comprehensive suite of resources from case studies to legislation pertaining to state fleet electrification.

STEP TWO: Set Goals

Set targets and timelines for emissions reductions, cost savings, and fleet composition in collaboration with the governor’s office, key agency staff, and fleet managers. Identify the desired dates for full fleet electrification and interim targets, including those for light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicles. Electrification goals should align with, inform, and support the state’s higher-level energy, emissions, and fiscal goals. Some states lease vehicles and/or obtain vehicle maintenance services from private contractors. The terms of these contracts may influence the pace of fleet electrification. Some contractors may include EVs in their lease offerings, allowing for a rapid transition of certain applications.


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Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance, NON-ZEV / NON-PHEV WAIVER REQUEST Form

Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance, NON-ZEV(Zero Emissions Vehicle) /NON-PHEV(Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle) WAIVER REQUEST form

Atlanta Alternative Fuel Conversion Plan (2018) White Paper

Atlanta Alternative Fuel Conversion Plan (2018) outlines the city of Atlanta’s goals to transition to alternative fuel vehicles

City of Charlotte, Towards Resilience: Strategic Energy Action Plan, (Dec. 2018) Report

City of Charlotte’s Strategic Energy Action Plan 2018, strive towards 100% zero carbon city fleet and facilities by 2030

“Public Fleet EV Adoption: Six Things to Consider” Report

Smart Columbus Public Fleet Adoption Considerations, describes six things to consider for adopting EVs in the City of Columbus, Ohio, (Apr. 5, 2021)

Guidelines for the Installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at State-Owned Facilities Report

Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, Guidelines for the installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at State-Owned Facilities, (revised Mar. 26, 2021)

Tompkins County Fleet PEV Charging Infrastructure Report Report

Energetics, Tompkins County Fleet PEV Charging Infrastructure Report, (Aug. 2019)

Take Charge: A Guidebook to Fleet Electrification and Infrastructure Report

PG&E Guidebook to Fleet electrification and Infrastructure (2019) provides information on how to best select, install, and maintain the right charging solution to help electrify fleets

“EV Charging at Fleet Facilities”, EV Infrastructure Installation Guide, (1999) Report

PG&E guidebook to fleet electrification (1999): an overview of policies, requirements and codes for establishing electric service and for the installation of electric vehicle charging equipment

Electrifying Transportation: Boulder County’s Clean Future Report

Mike Salisbury, Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, a 2018 report on Boulder County’s clean energy future through adoption of PEVs

New Charging Station Site Suitability: Tompkins County Plug-in Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Plan Report

Tompkins County Plug-in Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Plan: New Charging Station Site Suitability, prepared by Energetics Inc. et al.,(Nov. 2016)

State of Colorado, Colorado Electric Vehicle Plan 2020 Report

Sets forth goals, actions, and strategies to effect large-scale transition of Colorado’s transportation system to zero emission vehicles, with a long-term goal of 100% of light-duty vehicles being electric and 100% of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles being zero emission.

State of Utah Electric Vehicle Master Plan, 2nd Edition, (2020) Report

State of Utah Electric Vehicle Plan aims to create a unified electric vehicle infrastructure strategy to improve air quality and increase zero emission transportation

Charging Station Design Guidance Toolbox (Draft) Case Study

MAKERS architecture and urban design & DKS Associates, Island Regional Vehicle Electrification Study (Island County, WA), is intended to support a county-wide policy that supports increased adoption of EVs and installation of EV charging stations, (Mar. 9, 2021)

Fleet Electrification Advisory Program Fact Sheet

Xcel Energy Fleet Electrification Advisory Program information sheet on electric vehicle procurement and charging infrastructure support (2020)

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Amy Malaki

Amy Malaki is the Director of Partnerships and Policy at SkyNRG and SkyNRG Americas, pioneering global leaders in sustainable aviation fuel production and supply. Prior to SkyNRG, Amy was the Associate Director for the transportation portfolio at the ClimateWorks Foundation where she developed philanthropic investment strategies to advance a sustainable, equitable and low-carbon mobility system. She also pioneered the organization’s international aviation decarbonization strategy. Prior to that she focused on Asia business development at Better Place, a Silicon Valley electric vehicle network startup. She has a B.A. in Chinese and China studies from the University of Washington and an M.A. in international policy studies (energy and environment) from Stanford University.