Oregon Executive Order 17-21

Executive Order 17-21 to accelerate zero emission vehicle adoption in Oregon to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and address climate change

Executive Order D 2019-016

Colorado Executive Order D 2019-016 (Dec. 16, 2019) concerning the State of Colorado’s greening government efforts.

Executive Order No. 594

Massachussetts Executive Order No. 594.C50, (Apr. 22, 2021): Leading by Example: Decarbonizing and Minimizing Environmental Impacts of State Government

Oregon Laws, Chapter 90, 2018 (HB 4022)

Oregon Laws text on Chapter 90, 2018 (HB 4022), relating to electricity for motor vehicles; creating new provisions; amending ORS 276.255; and prescribing an effective date

Revised Code of Washington 47.38.075(1)

Revised Code of Washington 47.38.075(1): Electrical outlets for electric vehicles at rest areas—Battery exchange and charging station installation and operation.

State of Colorado, Colorado Electric Vehicle Plan 2020

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.

Colorado Motor Vehicle Advisory Council (MVAC)

Colorado Motor Vehicle Advisory Council (MVAC), offers guidance and provides recommendations to improve the State Fleet Management program to the benefit of the State and participating agencies.

North Carolina Motor Fleet ZEV Plan EO80

North Carolina State Motor Fleet ZEV Plan is the State of North Carolina’s commitment to address climate change and the transition to clean energy economy, (Sept. 27, 2019).

Minnesota Executive Order 19-27

This Minnesota executive order establishes the Minnesota State Government to conserve energy and water and reduce waste to save money, (Apr. 4, 2019).

“City of Boston”

Overview of City of Boston’s challenges and opportunities presented by Samsara.