Sustainable Shared Mobility - Sacramento


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Energy Commission
Document Title
Sustainable Shared Mobility - Sacramento
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The grant recipient will install 15 Level 2 Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) charging stations throughout multiple affordable housing projects in the Sacramento Metro and North San Joaquin area. The installation of new PEV chargers will benefit PEV drivers in the region by increasing their range confidence. The transportation sector is the biggest contributor to California's GHG emissions and accounts for approximately 40 percent of these emissions. As documented throughout numerous California policy and regulatory materials, increased use of zero-emissions. As documented throughout numerous California policy and regulatory materials, increased use if zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) provide multiple benefits in addition to reducing GHG emissions, such as reducing conventional pollutants, operating quietly and cleanly, allowing home refueling and lowering operating fuel costs. As such, California Governor's Executive Order B-16-2012 orders that the California Air Resources Board, the California Energy Commission, the Public Utilities Commission and other relevant agencies work with the Plug-in Electric Vehicle Collaborative and the California Fuel Cell Partnership to achieve, among other benchmarks.

Contact Information

Shaun Ransom
Agency Name
California Energy Commission
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Other Information
Horizon Realty Advisors, Shore Park at River Lake, River Terrace, Renaissance Park Apartments, Terracina Gold Apartments, Ashford Park, Montebello, Esplanade, Vue, Tanglewood, Rush River Apartments, Portofino on the Lake, 1800 L, Cottage Estates, Allegre, Sharps & Flats, Creekside Village Senior Apartments, Waterford Cove,

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
S: 15301, 15301, 15304, 15311
Reasons for Exemption
Installation of small new equipment and facilities in small structures and replacement or reconstruction of existing utility systems and/or facilities involving negligible or no expansion of capacity. Class 4 consists of minor alterations in the condition of land. Minor trenching may be required to bring power from local sources to proposed charging stations but the surface will be restored.

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