Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Assessment

The California State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (Commission), in partnership with the California Air Resources Board and the California Public Utility Commission (PUC), must publish a statewide assessment of the EVSE infrastructure needed to support the levels of plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) adoption required for at least five million zero emission vehicles to operate on California roads by 2030. The Commission must consider the EVSE infrastructure needs for all vehicle categories, including on-road, off-road, port, and airport vehicles. In addition, the assessment must analyze the existing and future infrastructure needs across California, including in low-income communities. The assessment must be updated at least once every two years. (Reference Assembly Bill 2127, 2018, and California Public Resources Code 25229)