Zero-Emission Fleet Strategy and Annual Targets

Beginning June 30, 2022, and annually thereafter, each agency must submit a strategic plan for transformation of its fleet to zero emission vehicles, including annual targets. Plans must include an assessment of agency site and fleet locations; a plan for installation of necessary charging or refueling infrastructure; an assessment of fleet size and composition to determine an optimum fleet inventory; elimination of unnecessary or non-essential vehicles from the agency's fleet; increasing the proportion of the fleet composed of zero-emission vehicles; and consideration of energy storage technologies and ancillary services to support vehicle-to-grid technology. CEQ and OMB will review, approve, and incorporate targets into a performance management system established under section 503 of the E.O. and section IV(A) of this memorandum.

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Sec. 204. Transitioning to a Zero-Emission Fleet. Each agency's light-duty vehicle acquisitions shall be zero-emission vehicles by the end of fiscal year 2027. Each agency with a fleet comprising at least 20 vehicles shall develop and annually update a zero-emission fleet strategy that shall include optimizing fleet size and composition; deploying zero-emission vehicle re-fueling infrastructure; and maximizing acquisition and deployment of zero-emission light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicles where the General Services Administration (GSA) offers one or more zero-emission vehicle options for that vehicle class.