Arkansas Laws and Incentives
Listed below are incentives, laws, and regulations related to alternative fuels and advanced vehicles for Arkansas. Your local Clean Cities coalition, Arkansas Clean Cities, can provide you with information about grants and other opportunities. You can also access coalition and other agency contact information in the points of contact section.
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Laws and Incentives
Information in this list is updated throughout the year and comprehensively reviewed annually after Arkansas's legislative session ends.
Last Comprehensive Review: March 2023
- Bus Replacement Grants added 5/12/2023
- Clean Fuels Program added 5/12/2023
- Diesel Emissions Reduction Grants added 5/12/2023
- Arkansas' National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning
- Idle Reduction Technology Loans
- Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants
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Laws and Regulations
- Electric Vehicle (EV) and Automated Vehicle (AV) Support
- Regional Electric Vehicle (EV) and Automated Vehicle (AV) Support
- Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV) and Electric Vehicle (EV) Fee
- Public Utility Definition
- Automated Vehicle (AV) Programs updated 3/23/2023
- Alternative Fuel Vehicle Conversion Notification
- Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Propane Tax and User Permit
- Alternative Fuels Tax and Reporting
- Natural Gas Metering
- Alternative Fuel Definition and Specifications
- Biodiesel Use Requirement
- Low-Speed Vehicle Definition
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Expired, Repealed, and Archived Laws and Incentives
View a list of expired, repealed, and archived laws and incentives in Arkansas.
Points of Contact
Get contact information for Clean Cities coalitions or agencies that can help you with clean transportation laws, incentives, and funding opportunities in Arkansas.
Clean Cities Coalitions
Arkansas is home to the following Clean Cities coalitions:
Legislative Session Information
The Arkansas Legislature meets in odd-numbered years from mid-January until mid-March. During the session, the governor must sign or veto legislation within five days of transmittal (except Sundays), or it becomes law without signature. If legislation is transmitted when less than five days remain in the session, the governor must act within 20 days of transmittal (except Sundays), or legislation becomes law without signature.