Purchase supports the development of HRSs. California has

Purchase or lease of eligible zero-emissions and plug-in hybridvehicles are subsidized to an amount of USD 7,000is subsdized in California Through a project called Clean Vehicle RebateProject (CVRP) 70. Thisproject is administrated by Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE for the California Air Resources Board (CARB)70.

A rebateof USD 5,000 is available for the following models of FCVs 70: HondaClarity Fuel Cell                   (2017), Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell (2015 – 2017), Toyota Mirai Fuel CellVehicle (2016 – 2017).A rebate of USD 2,500 is available for the following models of BEVs 70: BLUECAR Bluecar(2016, Fleets only), BMW i3 (2014 – 2017), BYD e6 (2012 – 2017, Fleets only),Chevrolet Bolt EV (2017), Chevrolet Spark EV (2014 – 2016), Fiat 500e (2013 –2017), Ford Focus Electric (2012 – 2018), Honda Clarity Electric (2017),Hyundai Ioniq Electric (2017), Kia Soul EV (2015 – 2017), Mercedes-Benz B250e(2014 – 2017), Mitsubishi i-MiEV (2012, 2014, 2016, 2017), Nissan LEAF (2011 – 2017),smart (2011, 2013 – 2017), Tesla Model 3 (2017), Tesla Model S (2012 – 2017),Tesla Model X (2016 – 2017), Volkswagen e-Golf (2015 – 2017)A rebate of USD 1,500 is available for thefollowing models of PHEVs 70: Audi A3 e-tron(2016 – 2017), BMW 530e (2018), Cadillac ELR (2014, 2016), Chevrolet Volt (2012– 2018, ONLY Low Emissions Package), Chrysler Pacifica (2017 – 2018), FordC-MAX Energi (2013 – 2017), Ford Fusion Energi (2013 – 2018), Hyundai Sonata Plug-inHybrid (2016 – 2017), Kia Optima Plug-in Hybrid (2017), Mitsubishi OutlanderPHEV (2018), Toyota Prius Prime (2017), Volvo S90 T8 (2018), Volvo XC60 T8(2018), Volvo XC90 T8 (2018)The State of California supports the development of HRSs. California has co-funded 62 HRS projects as of October 2017via a program called “AB 8” 71.  Through the AB 8 program, $20 million isallocated annually until there are atleast 100 publicly available hydrogen-fueling stations in California 72.38.8 % ofstatewide total public charging sites and 37.

9 % of charging outlets have beenfunded by California Energy Commission’sAlternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program (ARFVTP)which is aimed at funding EV charging stations 74.As of April 2017, California has 29 Open-Retail HRSs and isexpected to have 37 HRSs be open by the end of 2017 73. Table25shows the number of HRSs in California through from 2013 to 2016.