The public-school fleet sector

Public schools in California are well positioned to benefit by electrifying their school bus fleets:

  • Reduced operating costs
  • Fewer incidences of unscheduled maintenance
  • Lower maintenance costs

Also, by eliminating tailpipe emissions, buses no longer expose children to harmful diesel exhaust and fumes. School communities become safer and healthier.

Learn how public schools can take advantage of PG&E's EV Fleet program. For more details, visit our main program page.

EV Fleet Program Overview

Learn how our program helps public school fleets easily and cost effectively install charging infrastructure.

Total Cost of Ownership

EVs have the potential to offer fleets lower total cost of ownership (TCO) compared to diesel vehicles.

Low Carbon Fuel Standard

Earn revenue with electric vehicles and California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) program.

Summary of Incentives

Stack incentives to buy down the cost of electric vehicles. We've compiled a list of funding opportunities.

Case Study: Madera Unified School District

Madera Unified School District saves on infrastructure costs and eliminates tailpipe emissions with electric school buses.

Case Study: Pittsburgh Unified School District

Pittsburgh Unified School District sources renewable energy and eliminates tailpipe emissions with electric school buses.

Case Study: Pittsburg Unified School District more lessons learned

Learn how a California school district transitioned to electric buses as part of PG&E's Electric School Bus Pilot. Find out how PG&E helped seamlessly install the infrastructure.

Webinars and videos

Webinar: Peer-to-Peer Learning

Watch this recorded webinar to learn how Pittsburgh Unified School District has successfully deployed electric vehicles in their fleet.


EV Fleet Program FAQ

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