BOULDER, CO - Boulder EV announced that the California Hybrid Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project has approved four of its CARB-certified zero emission vehicles (ZEV) for its $20,000 rebate voucher program.
According to Carter Brown, CEO for the company, the California voucher, plus the federal tax break of $7,500, reduces the price of the delivery truck to roughly $73,500.
In addition, Brown said that the company is in talks with a number of corporate fleets, though he declined to provide specific details. “We’re talking with a couple of big corporations,” Brown said. “Four of the top 10 fleets in the world are doing test drives with our vehicles.”
The vehicles eligible for the voucher include a medium-duty delivery van, 15-passenger shuttle, flat-bed, and service-body truck.
The company’s Medium-Duty Van Specs are as follows:
Range: 120 mi.
Charge Time: 8 hrs.
Top Speed: 65 mph
Payload: 3,000 lbs.
GVWR: 11,500 lbs.
Warranty: 3 yrs.-36,000 mi.
Bumper to Bumper /
6 yrs.-100,000 mi. drivetrain
BYD (Build Your Dreams) has delivered a battery-electric 8TT truck to the Port of Oakland. The Class 8 truck was grant-funded by CARB and will be part of a three-year feasibility study to determine whether zero-emission trucks could replace diesel trucks in port operations.