Departamento ng Kapaligiran ng San Francisco  (San Francisco Department of the Environment) 

Clean Fuels and Vehicles

Electric Vehicle charging station

Cleaner fuels and vehicles help reduce our dependency on and depletion of non-renewable resources like petroleum as well as improve air quality and stimulate the economy.


Incentives (rebates, tax credits, carpool benefits)
Infrastructure (electric vehicle charging stations)
Policies (legislation)


San Francisco’s Electric Mobility Strategy

The City recognizes that the best way to reduce emissions and congestion is to prioritize sustainable modes of transportation. While implementing this strategy, two technical breakthroughs offer an opportunity to more rapidly reduce and eventually eliminate emissions. First, electric vehicle (EV) technology is approaching a tipping point as new models are better performing and more affordable. Second, generation of electricity for EVs is getting cleaner through the transition to renewable energy sources on the grid. San Francisco aims to complete the transition to 100% renewable electrical power by 2030, in line with the objectives of the City’s 0-80-100 Climate Action framework. When EVs, including Fuel Cell EVs (FCEV) powered by hydrogen, and renewable power are combined, these technologies provide a pathway to eliminate local air pollution as well as GHG emissions from transportation altogether.


Related Content
About Clean Fuels and Vehicles
EV Roadmap (PDF)
San Francisco’s EV Ready Community Blueprint (PDF)
San Francisco Electric Vehicle Readiness Plan (PDF)

Additional Resources
Alternative Fuel Locator (U.S. Department of Energy)
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Locator (U.S. Department of Energy)