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1 governments may establish purchase requirements for alternative fuel vehicles and may set standards regarding the use Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Urges the use of biodiesel in diesel-powered public school buses (Act ) Directs state-owned vehicles to use biodiesel containing a minimum of 5% solution (Act ) Alternative Fuels Working Group provides annual reports on alternative fuel use (Act ) Procedure in place for transitioning to more fuel-efficient vehicles with Green Fleets Review Committee to ensure compliance in the transition (Act ) The state Department of Transportation (DOT) is required to consider using alternative fuels for automotive purposes whenever practicable The state DOT is directed to review existing programs and incentives of other states to determine how Alaska can best implement a pilot program promoting the use of compressed natural gas vehicles All state agencies, boards and commissions shall continue to purchase only vehicles that are hybrids, meet low-ghg emission standards, or use E-85 fuel, bio-fuels, or other low-ghg alternative fuels, with the goal that by 1/2012 all state vehicles shall be hybrids that meet the previously mentioned criteria; certain state law enforcement vehicles, including pursuit-rated and covert vehicles shall be exempt from these requirements By January 1, 2009, all diesel-powered motor vehicles, light trucks, and equipment owned or leased by a state agency must be operated using diesel fuel that contains a minimum of 2% biofuels by volume 75% of cars and trucks in the state fleet must be energy efficient; 50% of the state fleet should be flex fuel vehicles by 2010; provides grant funding for new school buses and for air pollution control equipment to retrofit existing buses fleets are required to utilize a blend of 20% biodiesel and 80% petroleum diesel (B20) by 2010; 10% of all state-owned by-fuel vehicles must use ethanol; offers a rebate for the purchase or conversion of alternative fuel vehicles for state use Department of Personnel required to purchase motor vehicles that operate on compressed natural gas, unless the cost of the vehicle is prohibitive fleets must meet a 40 mpg efficiency requirements, and all state-owned alternative fuels vehicles are required to use alternative fuels; in considering bids for state contracts, a price preference of up to 10% is allowed for the purchase of AFVs, or for the purchase of vehicles powered by fuel other than a clean alternative fuel plus conversion equipment to convert the vehicles to dual or dedicated alternative fuel use; in addition, some municipalities have provided free parking for alternative fuel vehicles Tax exemption for alternative fuels used for state (and federal) vehicles Requires a reduction in petroleum consumption and vehicle emissions by 25% and VMT s by 15% by the end of FY 2012 (Executive Order 18) fleets are required to be fuel efficient and use biodiesel and ethanol when available agencies and departments are required to prioritize the procurement of high fuel efficiency and flexible fuel vehicles when such technologies are commercially available and economically practical Agencies must also track vehicle data such as fuel consumption, EPA fuel economy ratings, and acquisition cost, and use alternative fuels when available; newly purchased light-duty vehicles must be 20% more energy efficient in 2006, 30% in 2007, and 40% in 2008 with a 5% increase each subsequent year until vehicles are 75% more energy efficient; maintains a biofuels preference in the state procurement law Requires state and county agencies to follow a priority list when purchasing energy-efficient vehicles, including electric vehicles, includes requirements for developing an electric vehicle infrastructure (HB 2175) Page 1 of 6

2 governments may establish purchase requirements for alternative fuel vehicles and may set standards regarding the use Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Executive Order No establishes a policy to reduce fossil fuel use and GHG emissions from state vehicles by establishing minimum purchasing requirements for fuel and operating efficiencies fleets are required to use a 2% biodiesel blend (B2) when refueling at bulk central fueling facilities; all gasoline-powered vehicles purchased from state funds must be flexible fuel vehicles or fuel efficient hybrid electric vehicles Goal to achieve a target of 20% reduction in petroleum use in the operation of vehicles by July 1, 2012, when compared to fiscal year 2008 levels (Executive Order ) By July 1, 2015, at least 20% of new passenger vehicles purchased for the state fleet shall be hybrid and 5% purchased shall be electric, rising to at least 60% hybrid and 15% electric by July 1, 2025 (Executive Order ) Provides a price preference of 10% for the purchase of qualifying fuels; a state governmental body or educational institution must purchase bio-based products whenever possible; the state fleet includes 1,196 E85 Flex-Fuel vehicles and 1,889 diesel vehicles capable of using biodiesel; Indiana is leading the development of a $1.3 million development of a Bio-fuels corridor from Gary, IN to Mobile, AL Allotted $10.1 million to convert hundreds of state and city vehicles to run on alternative fuels (HEA 1554) The Indiana DOT will convert many light-duty trucks to run on bi-fuel propane and dump trucks to run on compressed natural gas educational institutions are required to purchase E85 blends and biodiesels The state educational institutions are now eligible for the E85 fueling station grant program The state s light-duty vehicle fleets must consist of hybrid-electric vehicles and/or vehicles that use alternative fuels, with the exception of law-enforcement vehicles; bulk diesel fuel purchased by the state must contain 5% renewable fuel by 2007, increasing to 20% by 2010; by June 30, 2009, at least 60% of fuel purchases for the state s flexible fuel vehicles must be E85; Green Government Governor Culver issued an Executive Order calling for each state agency to become part of a Green Government Initiative setting goals for energy efficiency in state government covering buildings, new and existing, materials procurement and disposal, and biofuel use and efficiency of use A 2% or higher blend of biodiesel must be purchased for use in state-owned diesel powered vehicles and equipment; 75% of new light-duty motor vehicles acquired by the state fleet and its agencies, which are used primarily within a metropolitan statistical area or a consolidated metropolitan statistical area, are required to be AFVs; requires state agencies to purchase E85 flex fuel vehicles unless the cost of the vehicles is $250 more than the regular gasoline version; directs the Department of Administration to ensure that vehicles purchased and leased in 2010 are 10% more efficient than 2007 average and that the average EPA mileage rating for cars under the 2010 lease is at least 10% higher than the average under the 2007 lease Through a 2006 Executive Order, the state has developed a strategy to replace at least 50% of the state motor fleet light-duty vehicles with energy efficient vehicles including hybrid-electric vehicles, fuel cell vehicles, and alternative fuel vehicles and to increase the use of ethanol, biodiesel, and other alternative fuels in the state motor fleet; fleet vehicles are to be fueled with either a 10% blend of ethanol (E10) or a 2% blend of biodiesel (B2) as the primary fueling option; the Transportation Cabinet is directed to maximize the use of E85 in its fleet of flexible fuel vehicles Carpool KY and flexible work options help state employees reduce their commuting costs and impact on the environment The Kentucky Energy Plan calls for efficiency targets in the state vehicle fleet of 30% below 2007 levels by 2015 and 50% below 2007 levels by 2025 The Department of Administration shall develop average fuel economy goals for the state automobile fleet; motor vehicles purchased for use by any state agency are required to be capable of and equipped for using an alternative fuel which results in lower emissions of oxides, nitrogen, VOCs, CO, particulates, or any combination thereof, and which meet federal Clean Air Act standards Page 2 of 6

3 governments may establish purchase requirements for alternative fuel vehicles and may set standards regarding the use Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska The Purchasing Agent may not purchase or lease any car or light-duty truck for use by the state or any department or agency unless the car has fuel efficiency of at least 45 miles per gallon (35 mpg for light-duty trucks); state agencies shall promote the procurement of dedicated alternative fuel vehicles, dual fuel vehicles and supporting refueling infrastructures At least 50% of state vehicles must use a minimum biodiesel blend of B5 beginning in fiscal year 2008; the state will revise fleet policy and purchasing guidelines to offer more flexibility in purchasing, where practical, low emission vehicles and AFVs for its fleet; the state must help develop the refueling and maintenance infrastructure required to make using certain types of AFV use practical agencies must use a minimum of 5% biodiesel in all on- and off-road diesel engines increasing to 15% by Fiscal Year 2010; currently developing a green fleets program that will raise the overall fuel efficiency of the state s light duty (under 10,000 lbs.) fleet; developing a plug-in hybrid program that will test the performance of plug-in technology on at least 10 Toyota Prius vehicles; at least 10% of the total non-excluded vehicles purchased by DPGS must be zero emissions vehicles The Michigan Biomass Energy Program provides funding for state bioenergy and biofuels projects in education, biofuels infrastructure, and biomass technology development and demonstrations Goal to reduce state fleet gasoline consumption by 50% and diesel consumption by 25% from 2005 levels by 2015; state agencies are required to use alternative fuels (B20-B100 biodiesel blends, compressed or liquefied natural gas, E70-E100 ethanol blends, hydrogen, or liquefied petroleum gas) in state motor vehicles if the clean fuels are reasonably available; requires that 75% of new vehicles be AFVs or have a fuel efficiency rating of at least 30 mpg; the state will purchase plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and neighborhood electric vehicles for the state fleet when they become commercially available and cost no more than 10% above the price of comparable gasoline-powered vehicles; the state Department of Administration is required to identify opportunities for demonstrating the use of hydrogen fuel cells within state-owned facilities, vehicle fleets, and operations Specifies electric vehicles as the vehicles that should be purchased by state agencies (HF 1250) The Bureau of Fleet Management will encourage the use of fuel efficient or hybrid vehicles appropriate for the state agency s intended purpose and, when feasible, the use of alternative fuels All state agencies and institutions must develop and adopt travel policies that include strategies to reduce petroleum consumption, such as carpooling to meetings and purchasing alternative fuels where available (Executive Order 82) agencies must ensure that 70% of new vehicle acquisitions be flexible fuel vehicles capable of operated on fuel blended with 75% ethanol (E85); through the school year, school districts are allowed to establish contracts with nonprofit, farmer-owned new generation cooperatives to purchase biodiesel blends of 20% (B20) or higher for use as bus fuel; the Biodiesel Fuel Revolving Fund uses the money generated by the sale of Energy Policy Act credits to cover the incremental cost of purchasing fuel containing B20 or higher biodiesel blends for use by state fleet vehicles; the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is required to develop a program that provides opportunities to use B20 or higher biodiesel blends in its vehicle fleet and heavy equipment that use diesel fuel; at least 75% of the MoDOT vehicle fleet and heavy equipment that uses diesel fuel must be fueled with B20 or higher biodiesel blends, if such fuel is commercially available vehicles must meet or exceed federal CAFE standards; government agencies and universities owning or operating motor vehicles capable of burning ethanol-blended fuel gasoline must take all reasonable steps to ensure that the operators of those vehicles use ethanol-blended gasoline By Executive Order, a 10% ethanol blend is required to be used in all state vehicles; all state employees operating state fleet flexible-fuel or diesel vehicles are required to use E85 or biodiesel blends whenever reasonably possible Page 3 of 6

4 governments may establish purchase requirements for alternative fuel vehicles and may set standards regarding the use Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Fleets containing 10 or more vehicles that are owned, leased, or operated by the state, a state agency, or a political subdivision of the state in a county whose population is 100,000 or more are mandated to acquire AFVs or certified ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs); requires 90% of new vehicles obtained by covered fleets to be either AFVs or certified ULEVs All buses purchased by the New Jersey Transit Corporation must be 1) equipped with improved pollution controls that reduce particulate emissions or 2) powered by a fuel other than conventional diesel; the Department of Treasury will develop specific targets and strategies for reducing GHG emissions by reducing the state motor fleet s fuel consumption After July 1, 2010, all diesel fuel sold to state agencies, political subdivisions of the state, and public schools for use in operating on-road motor vehicles must contain at least 5% biodiesel (B5); all state agency fleets in the executive branch must reduce their transportation energy consumption 20%, based on 2005 levels, by 2015; By 2010, all cabinet-level state agencies, public schools (K-12), and institutions of higher education are required to take action toward obtaining 15% of their total transportation fuel requirements from renewable fuels such as ethanol and biodiesel; requires that 75% of state government and educational institution fleet vehicles purchased be bi-fuel or dedicated AFVs or HEVs To the extent that gasoline powered state agency vehicles use central fueling stations, all state agencies and public authorities must use E85 in flexible-fuel vehicles whenever it is feasible to do so; the Governor s Clean Fueled Vehicles Council is required to detail how agencies and authorities can purchase, allocate, distribute and use biodiesel in state agency and public authority fleets; at least 10% of fuels used in the state fleet must be biodiesel by 2012; by 2010, 100% of all new light-duty vehicles must be AFVs, with the exception of designated specialty, police, or emergency vehicles Through a provision in the 2005 state budget, the North Carolina legislature set a goal to reduce petroleum use in state fleets 20% by 2010; the provision requires any agency with 10 or more vehicles to create a plan to reach this goal, and the plan was to be submitted to the Energy Office; to date, a vast majority of all agencies have submitted a plan, and the Energy Office is working with these agencies to ensure that each plan is met; most of these plans rely on the use of alternative fuels; flex fuel vehicles make up a high percentage of the state fleet; to date, every gasoline pump is blended with at least 10% petroleum; E85 is available at a few spots around the state, with more currently being considered and constructed; conservation is also an important part of petroleum displacement plans; agencies are encouraged to conduct meetings via conference calls or webinars whenever possible All new motor vehicles acquired by state agencies must be capable of using alternative fuels and must use that alternative fuel if it is reasonably available and priced; by January 1, 2007, state flexible-fuel vehicles were required to use at least 60,000 gallons of E85 per calendar year, increasing by 5,000 gallons per year thereafter; vehicles that operate on diesel fuel must use at least one million gallons of biodiesel, increasing by 100,000 gallons per year thereafter; Executive Order S directs all agencies to reduce energy consumption by 5% by the end of the current fiscal year and by an aggregate total 15% by the end of four fiscal years - this includes transportation energy and requires higher use of biofuels and other petroleum alternatives All school and government vehicles may be converted to operate on an alternative fuel, and all school districts should consider only purchasing school vehicles which have the capability to operate on an alternative fuel; requires all school and government vehicles capable of operating on an alternative fuel to use the fuel whenever possible Authorized the construction and operation of alternative fueling infrastructure by the Fleet Management Division All state agencies and transit districts purchase AFVs and use alternative fuels in these vehicles to the maximum extent possible Requires all school buses with diesel engines to be retrofitted with 2007 equivalent engines and 2007 fine particulate matter capture technology or replaced by recently manufactured school buses by 2025 (HB 2795) Page 4 of 6

5 governments may establish purchase requirements for alternative fuel vehicles and may set standards regarding the use Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont The Commonwealth has purchased nine additional hybrid vehicles this past fiscal year and is developing a separate hybrid vehicle contract for use by all agencies; a contract for 99 hybrid vehicles was issued but could not be accommodated by the manufacturer; the Commonwealth is developing provisions for manufacturers to provide flex fuel vehicles as the standard offering whenever available in a given model line; the Commonwealth has established a purchasing contract available to all agencies for biodiesel fuels The Energy Affairs Administration is developing an state program consistent with a federal Executive Order (Executive Order 13514) At least 75% of state motor vehicle acquisitions must be AFVs, and the remaining 25% must be HEVs to the greatest extent possible; all new light-duty trucks in the state fleet must achieve a minimum city fuel economy of 19 mpg and achieve a minimum certification of a Low Emission Vehicle, and all new passenger vehicles in the state fleet must achieve a minimum city fuel economy of 23 mpg; all state agencies must purchase the most economical, fuel-efficient, and low emission vehicles appropriate to meet any needed requirements and discourage the purchase of sport utility vehicles; low rolling resistance tires with superior tread life should be purchased for state vehicles when possible; and all state vehicles must be maintained according to manufacturer specifications, including specified tire pressures and ratings; Clean School Bus Program specifies that by September 1, 2010, no full-size school bus equipped with an engine from model year 1993 or older may be used to transport school children in Rhode Island; providing there is sufficient federal or state funding, by September 1, 2010, all full-sized school buses transporting children in Rhode Island must be retrofitted to achieve lower emissions All state-owned diesel refueling facilities must provide fuel containing at least 5% biodiesel (B5) in all diesel pumps; the South Carolina Department of Education is required to fuel the state school bus fleet with biodiesel when feasible; all state agencies operating alternative fuel vehicles are required to use alternative fuels in those vehicles when practical and economical; where performance and life expectancy are equivalent or better than other vehicles, preference is given to hybrid and plug-in electric hybrid vehicles Governor Mike Rounds implemented a flex-fuel vehicle (FFV) purchasing policy and has purchased 1037 FFVs, or about 45% of the state fleet; SD is committed to purchasing more FFVs as the option becomes available in a larger variety of vehicle models with the ultimate goal of having 100% of the state fleet as FFVs All state agencies, universities, and community colleges that have more than 10 state-owned vehicles in their fleet are required to develop and implement plans to increase the state s use of alternative fuels and hybrid electric or other fuel-efficient or low-emission vehicles; each plan must incorporate a goal to reduce or displace at least 20% of the fleet s consumption of petroleum by January 1, 2010; state fleets are encouraged to make every effort to ensure that at least 30% of newly purchased motor vehicles are energy-efficient vehicles Mandates that 25% of newly purchased vehicles must be hybrid electric or compact fuel-efficient with an eventual goal of 100% energy-efficient cars in the passenger motor vehicle fleet Adopted provisions for a fuel mitigation pilot grant program by the state forest service for fire departments The Utah Air Quality Board is authorized to mandate fleet vehicles to use clean fuels; vehicle fleet purchases are based on specific criteria, including energy efficiency and emissions impacts Requires all state fleet vehicles to be right-sized and among the most fuel-efficient and lowest emission vehicle models in each class, including advanced-technology vehicles such as hybrids; encourages the use of video and online conferencing, as well as carpooling, to reduce vehicle trips and vehicle miles traveled; directs state fleet users to purchase vehicles that have the highest available fuel efficiency in each respective vehicle class pursuant to performance specifications approved by the Climate Neutral Working Group Page 5 of 6

6 governments may establish purchase requirements for alternative fuel vehicles and may set standards regarding the use Virginia Virgin Islands Washington Agencies and institutions are to purchase and lease the most fuel-efficient vehicle that meet operational needs Procurement of diesel fuel containing at least 2% biodiesel fuel or green diesel fuel, will be required for all agencies except for public safety agencies The Virgin Islands Energy Office (VIEO) entered into a partnership with the DPNR Division of Environment Protection, and the St. Croix Vocational School Diesel Technology Program, applied and received a grant from the U.S. EPA to conduct a feasibility study on existing feedstock for biodiesel production; VIEO will provide 50% cost share in the joint effort to promote the use and implementation of biodiesel from used vegetable oils to be used in diesel engines for the local government fleet Sets requirements for fuel efficiency in state vehicle fleets; publicly and privately owned plug-in electric vehicles may be recharged at state office locations where the vehicles are used for state business, commuter vehicles, or conducting business with the state; at least 20% of all diesel used by state agencies must be biodiesel by June 2009; all state and local government agencies are required to satisfy 100% of their fuel usage for operating publicly owned vehicles by using biofuels or electricity by June 2015; the Clean School Bus Program provides funding to retrofit school buses with exhaust emission control devices or for refueling infrastructure needed to allow school bus fleets access to use alternative, cleaner fuels; at least 30% of all new vehicles purchased through a state contract must be clean-fuel vehicles All alternative fuel vehicles are exempted from state sales and use tax Hybrid electric vehicles achieving a minimum of 40 mpg according to U.S. EPA estimates also qualify for exemption Wisconsin Calls for 10% renewable energy for state government by 2008 and 20% by 2012 Page 6 of 6

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