- District 42
Existing law creates the Clean Transportation Program, administered by the State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (Energy Commission) , to provide, among other things, competitive grants and revolving loans to specified entities for those entities to develop and deploy innovative technologies that transform California's fuel and vehicle types to help attain the state's climate change policies. Existing law requires the Energy Commission to develop and adopt an investment plan to determine priorities and opportunities for the program. Existing law requires the Energy Commission, in consultation with the State Air Resources Board, as part of the development of the investment plan, to assess whether charging station infrastructure is disproportionately deployed, as specified, and, upon finding disproportionate deployment, to use moneys from the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund, as well as other mechanisms, including incentives, to more proportionately deploy new charging station infrastructure, except as specified. Existing law requires the Energy Commission, in consultation with the Public Utilities Commission, to develop uptime recordkeeping and reporting standards for electric vehicle chargers and charging stations by January 1, 2024, as specified. Existing law requires the Energy Commission, beginning January 1, 2025, and biennially thereafter, to assess the uptime of charging station infrastructure, including, at a minimum, an assessment of equitable access to reliable charging stations in low-, moderate-, and high-income communities. Existing law repeals these provisions on January 1, 2035. This bill would require, on and after June 1, 2024, owners, operators, and infrastructure developers of electric vehicle charging stations for which those parties are awarded a state grant to support the electric vehicle charging stations, including related infrastructure, on or after January 1, 2024, to ensure that specified data fields for the owner's or operator's entire network of electric vehicle charging stations in California are made available, free of charge, to third-party software developers through an application programming interface, as specified. The bill would authorize other owners, operators, and infrastructure developers of electric vehicle charging stations to ensure that those data fields are available to third-party software developers under the same conditions.
Referred to Coms. on TRANS. and E., U. & C.
In Senate. Read first time. To Com. on RLS. for assignment.
Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate. (Ayes 71. Noes 0.)
Read second time. Ordered to Consent Calendar.
Read second time and amended. Ordered returned to second reading.
From committee: Amend, and do pass as amended. To Consent Calendar. (Ayes 15. Noes 0.) (April 26).
Read second time and amended.
From committee: Amend, and do pass as amended and re-refer to Com. on U. & E. with recommendation: To Consent Calendar. (Ayes 15. Noes 0.) (April 17).
From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on TRANS. Read second time and amended.
From printer. May be heard in committee March 19.
Read first time. To print.
|Bill Text Versions||Format|
|02/16/23 - Introduced|
|03/16/23 - Amended Assembly|
|04/19/23 - Amended Assembly|
|05/01/23 - Amended Assembly|
|04/14/23- Assembly Transportation|
|04/25/23- Assembly Committee on Utilities and Energy|
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