Leading by Example Progress: Clean Transportation

Leading by Example progress to advance sustainable transportation by installing electric vehicle charging stations at state sites and improving fuel efficiency for vehicle fleets at Executive Branch agencies.

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Electric Vehicle Charging Station Totals

EV Charging Stations at State Sites

As of March 2019, There are 128 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations with 206 ports/plugs across 28 state agencies, authorities, and public higher education campuses.

This network of public and state vehicle fleet EV charging stations includes 12 Level I stations, 108 Level II stations, 8 Fast Chargers at state sites.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations by State Government Sector

EV Charging Stations by Sector
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations by State Government Sector

As of March 2019, the distribution of the 128 EV charging stations by state government sector is as follows:

State Government Sector  # of Stations
Higher Education 58 45%
Transportation 53 41%
Environmental 5 4%
Public Health 3 2%
Water Authority 3 2%
Administration and Finance 2 2%
Public Safety 2 2%
Convention Center 2 2%

 

Executive Branch Fleet Efficiency (FY17 Acquisitions MPG)

Executive Branch Fleet Efficiency (FY17 Acquisitions MPG)

In Fiscal Year 2017, the first full year following the promulgation of the Fuel Efficiency Standard, the average miles per gallon (MPG) of the 123 vehicles acquired improved from 14.1 MPG to 18.6 MPG -- a 32% increase – when compared with the vehicles turned in.

Executive Branch Fleet Efficiency (FY17 Acquisitions Annual Fuel Cost Savings)

Executive Branch Fleet Efficiency (FY17 Acquisitions Annual Fuel Cost Savings)

For the 123 new vehicles acquired compared to those turned in across 13 Executive Branch agencies under the Fuel Efficiency Standard in Fiscal Year 2017, cumulative fuel costs are projected to decrease by approximately $34,000 per year from improved fuel efficiency.

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