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HVIP Still Open, Submit Today! Funding Summary Now Available

Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project

Incentives for Clean Trucks
and Buses

Point-of-sale discounts to power California communities
and drive commercial technology transformation


Clean Vehicles Funded


In Pollution-Burdened Communities


Fleets Participating


Average Savings per Vehicle

How It Works

Learn how to purchase a vehicle, sell an HVIP-eligible vehicle, or bring your vehicle into the clean transportation market. We're slashing purchase prices to speed commercialization and clean the air in communities that need it most.

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Buy clean vehicles for your business or fleet – with no scrappage and first come, first served in most cases. Point-of-sale vouchers mean less paperwork for you.

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HVIP makes your trucks and buses easier to sell and helps achieve cost parity with traditional technology. Get your vehicles in front of the buyers looking for them.


California’s Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) plays a crucial role in the deployment of zero-emission and near-zero-emission technologies. HVIP accelerates commercialization by providing point-of-sale vouchers to make advanced vehicles more affordable. Launched by the California Air Resources Board in 2009, the project is part of California Climate Investments. HVIP is the earliest model in the U.S. to demonstrate the function, flexibility, and effectiveness of first-come first-served incentives that reduce the incremental cost of commercial vehicles.

The Dealer Training Guide, Implementation Manual and VPC Training Video do a great job in providing all the information needed ... Thanks for the attention to detail in preparing this for us!
Bill Bruss
National Accounts Houston Freightliner, Inc.
Sales Manager
This program helps clean our air and address climate change, which is so critical, especially for our region.
Penny Newman
Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice, Jurupa Valley
The reason why I would want to switch over to electric is to better my kids' future with less smog in the air. We all know how bad the smog is, especially in California & I feel like making the switch could definitely help reduce this.
Alex Nino
Truck driver at Nino Trucking Family Business, Dinuba, CA

News and Events


HVIP FY22-23 Implementation Work Group (2/8/2023)


The California Air Resources Board (CARB) invites you to a workgroup on implementation of fiscal year (FY) 2022-2023 policy for (…)


EnergIIZE’s 2023 EV Fast Track Funding Lane Workshop (1/24/2023)


Join the Energy Infrastructure Incentives for Zero-Emission (EnergIIZE) Commercial Vehicles team for workshop on their upcoming EV Fast Track funding (…)

Keep up to date on program changes and policy updates

    HVIP Remains Open – Continue to Apply Today!

    Funding summaries by category are now available on the Funding Page. HVIP remains open for voucher requests submitted for standard (...)

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    HVIP ZEPCert Requirement and Other Updates

    HVIP ZEPCert Requirement All vehicles eligible for HVIP are required to be certified at the vehicle level. Zero-Emission Powertrain Certification (ZEPCert) will be (...)

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    HVIP FY22-23 Policy Changes and Funding (11/18/22)

    Over $1.7 billion in incentives approved to support zero-emission trucks and buses. On November 17, 2022, the California Air Resources (...)

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