DEEP: Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV)

{Path to Clean Fuels & Vehicles}
{Clean Energy & Fuels} {Transportation}
{Get Involved}
{Consumer Choice}
{Infrastructure}

{Increasing the number of EVs on the road is a key component of Governor Malloy}
As part of Governor Malloy's efforts to provide cleaner, cheaper and more reliable transportation energy and to support our clean air goals, Connecticut is moving forward to increase the number of clean vehicles on our roads including electric vehicles (EVs) and fuel cell vehicles.
  
Explore the many benefits of clean vehicles related to Clean Energy & Fuels, Consumer Choice, and Transportation and discover how Connecticut is building out its clean vehicle Infrastructure.
 
Get Involved! by submitting comments on Connecticut's Path to Clean Fuels & Clean Vehicles - Draft Action Plan and attending upcoming stakeholder meetings.   
Watch Former Commissioner Esty Launch the ZEV Action Meeting
 
 
{Latest News}  

May 30, 2014
8 State Alliance Releases Plan to Put 3.3 Million Zero-Emission Vehicles on the Road
Connecticut and seven other states located on the East and West coasts today, released a collaborative Multi-State Action Plan to develop infrastructure, coordinate policies, codes and standards, and a consumer market primed to put 3.3 million zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) on the road by 2025. 
 
February 10, 2014
DEEP Releases Connecticut's Path to Clean Fuels & Clean Vehicles - Draft Action Plan
As part of Governor Malloy's efforts to provide cleaner, cheaper and more reliable transportation energy and to support our clean air goals, DEEP has developed and released Connecticut's Path to Clean Fuels & Clean Vehicles - Draft Action Plan.  DEEP is looking for comments from stakeholders throughout the state.  Comments on Connecticut's Path to Clean Fuels & Clean Vehicles - Draft Action Plan can be sent to evconnecticut@ct.gov.
  
 
 
 
Page Last Updated September 22, 2014