On March 23, 2012, Governor Brown issued Executive Order (EO) B-16-12
ordering "that California’s state vehicle fleet increase the number of its zero-emission vehicles through the normal course of fleet replacement so that at least 10 percent of fleet purchases of light-duty vehicles be zero-emission by 2015 and at least 25 percent of fleet purchases of light-duty vehicles be zero-emission by 2020. This directive shall not apply to vehicles that have special performance requirements necessary for the protection of the public safety and welfare."
The Governor has issued its 2013 ZEV Action Plan GO ZEV Action Plan
On April 25, 2012, Governor Brown issued EO B-18-12
, ordering "State agencies [to] identify and pursue opportunities to provide electric vehicle charging stations, and accommodate future charging infrastructure demand, at employee parking facilities in new and existing buildings."
The Department of General Services (DGS)/Office of Fleet and Asset Management (OFAM) issued Management Memo 13-04
in January, 2013 that provides all state agencies under the Governor’s executive authority direction on how to meet the zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) requirements. In addition, The DGS/OFAM issued the EO B-16-12 DGS Implementation Plan
Governor’s Executive Orders: