Drive change by electrifying your fleet

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PG&E's EV Fleet program helps fleets easily and cost-effectively install charging infrastructure so they can:

  • Save money
  • Eliminate tailpipe emissions
  • Simplify maintenance

Simplify electrification of your fleet

EV Fleet is a comprehensive program that encompasses: incentives and rebates, site design and permitting, construction and activation, maintenance and upgrades

EV Fleet is a comprehensive program that encompasses: incentives and rebates, site design and permitting, construction and activation, maintenance and upgrades

By 2024, PG&E’s EV Fleet program goal is to help:

700+ organizations convert to electric vehicles in their fleet operations.

6,500+ electric vehicles are deployed across numerous medium- and heavy-duty fleet applications.

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Watch our 3-minute video to learn more.


Audio description and transcript are available for this video:

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Download a transcript (PDF, 77 KB)

Benefits of easy-to-install and cost-effective charging infrastructure

Money bag

Save Money

EVs are 4X more efficient than diesel and natural gas engines and offer significant fuel cost savings.1 Plus you can take advantage of available incentives, including PG&E's cost offsets of electrical infrastructure, through the EV Fleet program.

No CO2

Eliminate Tailpipe Emissions

Electric vehicles are more efficient than conventional vehicles, have zero tailpipe emissions and have a smaller carbon footprint to help you reach sustainability goals.


Simplify Maintenance

Electric vehicles have fewer and less complex parts, which simplifies maintenance, results in less down time, and lowers overall lifetime operation and maintenance costs.


Demonstrate Leadership

Your company can help lead the way to a cleaner, greener California and be a good environmental steward.


Get Ahead

Take advantage of PG&E incentives while getting a jump start on regulatory requirements that may be part of the State’s push to a cleaner future.


Support California’s Goals

Transportation is the single largest source of climate-related pollution.2 To help the state reach its greenhouse gas reduction goals in 2030 and 2050, we must electrify our fleets.

General Tool

Visualize the impact of going electric

Plan and save with the EV Fleet Savings Calculator. This interactive and visual tool will help you start saving money, and the planet. We've compiled the resources you need to understand the entire process of electrification and make informed decisions. Together, let's drive savings, sustainability, and change.

1 Union of Concerned Scientists and the Greenlining Institute, May 2017

2 California Air and Resources Board (CARB), July 2018

PG&E offers infrastructure incentives and charger rebates to offset costs

Through the EV Fleet Program, PG&E will construct, own, and maintain all electrical infrastructure from the transformer to the customer’s meter.

Through the EV Fleet Program, PG&E will construct, own, and maintain all electrical infrastructure from the transformer to the customer’s meter. In select instances, PG&E also covers behind-the-meter infrastructure.

Fleet operators will design, build, own, operate and maintain the electrical infrastructure from the customer meter to the EV charger.*

*In select instances, PG&E may cover behind the meter infrastructure as well.

Infrastructure incentives

Take advantage of incentives to build out the necessary infrastructure to convert to an electric fleet. Reference the table below to find out how much you can save.

Vehicle typePer vehicle incentive cap*

Transit buses and Class 8 vehicles

$9,000 per vehicle

Transportation refrigeration units (TRU), truck stop electrification (TSE), airport ground support equipment (GSE), and forklifts

$3,000 per vehicle

School buses, local delivery trucks, and other vehicles

$4,000 per vehicle

*Incentives limited to 25 vehicles per site; sites with more vehicles to be considered on an individual basis.

Charger rebates

PG&E’s EV Fleet program supports level 2 and DC fast chargers in a variety of installation configurations based on a fleet operator’s needs. Participants are responsible for procuring the chargers and having them installed.

You can select EV charger options from our approved vendor list (XLSX, 30 KB). You may be eligible for rebates on certain EV chargers based on their power output and your industry type and location.

Reference the table below to find out how much you can save.

Power outputRebate for eligible customers*

Up to 50 kW

50% of the cost of EV charger, up to $15,000

50.1 kW – 149.9 kW

50% of the cost of EV charger, up to $25,000

150 kW and above

50% of the cost of EV charger, up to $42,000

*Charging equipment rebates for school buses, transit buses and disadvantaged communities. Rebate not to exceed 50% of charger equipment. EVSE must meet minimum and standard requirements to be eligible for rebate. Fortune 1000 companies are not eligible.

Additional savings opportunities

Our team can help you explore the estimated costs for converting to an electric fleet, as well as additional savings opportunities available from other funding sources. Use the tools below as a first step.

Rate Analysis

Fuel Switching Rate Calculator

To find out how moving to an electric fleet will impact your rates, use our fuel switching rate calculator to see what savings opportunities you might be eligible to receive. More here on the Business EV rates.

Industries supported

Incentives are available for all medium- and heavy-duty applications, such as:

  • Agriculture
  • Airport
  • Construction
  • Forklift
  • Local distribution
  • Long-haul freight
  • Passenger shuttle
  • Port / Railyard
  • Refuse
  • School bus
  • Transit
  • Utility

Unsure if your fleet qualifies? Submit an interest form and a PG&E representative will review your eligibility.


To be eligible for the EV Fleet program, you are required to:

Be a PG&E Electric Customer

This includes Direct Access and retail customers, as well as customers receiving power from a Community Choice Aggregator.

Own or Lease the Property

Your organization must have authority to install charging infrastructure at your site.

In addition, all properties require easement allowance (PDF, 94 KB) for their EV Fleet projects.

Acquire at Least 2 EVs

Your organization must acquire and deploy a minimum of two medium- or heavy-duty electric fleet vehicles by 2024.

Agree to All Requirements

Review and agree to the EV Fleet program terms and conditions (PDF, 474 KB).

Plan to purchase vehicles in the future?

Customers planning to have electrical infrastructure installed to support vehicles to be purchased in the future must provide a formal plan or mandate demonstrating the organization or entity’s commitment to long-term electrification to justify future expansion and a schedule of anticipated load increase. PG&E will install electrical infrastructure to support vehicles the company has demonstrated a commitment to procuring within five years.

Funding requirements

If your fleet receives funding through the EV Fleet program, you will be required to:


Provide Data Related to EV Usage

Your organization must provide EV usage data for at least 5 years after the chargers are installed and operational.

Bolt Charger

Make a 10-year Commitment

Your organization must agree to operate and maintain the EV charging equipment for at least 10 years.

Sector-specific resources

PG&E has developed a suite of resources for specific fleet sectors. The resources include: FAQs on charging relevant vehicles, total cost of ownership considerations, customer case studies and more. Not all sectors eligible for the program are represented below. Select the sector that most closely relates to your business.

Distribution & Delivery Fleets

Fleets that transport goods to and from import/export facilities, warehouses, distribution centers, retail complexes, etc.

Shuttle Bus Fleets

Corporate campuses, universities, hotels, car parks, airport shuttle services, hospitals, etc.

Public School Fleets

Public schools that operate buses to transport K-12 school children.

Transit Fleets

Transit agencies that operate buses and shuttles to transport people.

Municipal Fleets

Cities that operate a diverse range of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles which serve the various needs of a community.

Are you in a different business sector?

If your business sector is not mentioned above, you may still be eligible for the EV Fleet Program. Contact us to find out.

Submit an interest form

Additional tools and resources

General Library

EV Fleet Charging Guidebook

View our EV Fleet Charging Guidebook to learn more about charger selection, site planning, understanding electricity costs and more.

General FAQ

EV Fleet Program FAQ

Visit our EV Fleet Program FAQ page. It’s updated regularly with commonly asked questions and answers.

Solar Choice Calc

Fuel Switching Rate Calculator

To find out how moving to an electric fleet will impact your rates, use our rate calculator to see what rates and savings opportunities you might be eligible to receive.

General Project Details

Approved Charging Product List

You can select EV charger options from our approved product list (hosted by Southern California Edison) and receive a rebate of up to 50% of the cost for eligible chargers.

Pipeline Inspections

Terms & Conditions

To participate in EV Fleet, you must agree to abide by the terms and conditions of the program.


Offer Letter & Contract

To move your project into the design phase and begin the engineering, design and construction plans, you must first complete the offer letter and contract.

EV Charger

Electrification process

Learn about the step-by-step process to fleet electrification. Design to execution takes approximately 9 to 13 months.


Resources for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Customers

This roadmap is designed for site developers as they plan to build out EV charging stations on site or across multiple site locations.

Download EV customer roadmap (PDF, 934 KB)
Power Lines

Check Grid Capacity

PG&E's maps can help you identify information on opportunities and limitations that my help you site your project.

Media video

Webinar: Program overview

Watch this recorded webinar for an overview of PG&E's EV Fleet program. Learn how you can save money, eliminate tailpipe emissions, and simplify maintenance.

Media Video

Webinar: Stacking incentives

Watch this recorded webinar for an overview on all available federal, state and regional funding opportunities available for deploying zero emission vehicles. PG&E has coordinated with multiple funding agencies to simplify and maximize customer benefit.

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Webinar: EV Fleet Savings Calculator

Learn how to use the EV Fleet Savings Calculator tool to better understand key total cost of ownership inputs, including incentives, energy costs, and infrastructure considerations.

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Webinar: Total cost of ownership

Understand the costs (and cost-savings) involved with deploying EVs. Fleets that are used to managing conventional vehicles and fuels may miss key budgeting considerations that can make or break an EV project.

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Webinar: Choosing the right EVSE hardware

For any fleet considering a transition to electric, choosing the appropriate EVSE hardware is a critical initial step.

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Webinar: Managing EV charging costs

Hear from two charging infrastructure providers to learn about the software available to optimize and manage charging cycles and costs.

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Webinar: Charging infrastructure design

Design your charging infrastructure to accommodate short- and long-term needs. Learn more about the benefits of working with PG&E and an electrical contractor early.

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Webinar: Generating revenue with LCFS

Learn how fleets in California can generate additional revenue by operating electric vehicles and equipment through the state’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) program.

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Webinar: Creating a competitive funding application

Learn how fleets can create competitive funding applications to secure grants and incentives that buy down the cost of transportation electrification.

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Webinar: Resiliency planning for EVs

Developing an energy plan that considers resiliency and accounts for needs 5 to 10 years from now helps mitigate unexpected infrastructure cost.

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Webinar: Permitting for EVs

Installing EV charging infrastructure requires building permits to begin site construction. Learn about the process and requirements to obtain site permits, as well as the anticipated construction timelines.

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Webinar: Business EV rates

The new Business EV rate plans help fleets meet their EV charging needs while keeping energy costs competitive to traditional fuels.

Interested in the EV Fleet program?

Ready to learn more about the many benefits of the EV Fleet program and next steps to electrify your fleet? Submit your information and we’ll contact you.

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