was allocated from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund for statewide AB 617 implementation,
and $260M for AB 617 incentives — roughly equal to last year’s allocation. The Air District
is expecting to receive $9M in implementation funding and $30M in incentive funding.
$30M was allocated statewide to a new incentive program for zero-emission commercial lawn and garden equipment.
$75M was allocated statewide to continue the Clean Cars For All Program.
Budget caps were removed that artificially lowered funding to the Carl Moyer Program, resulting in a one-time increase of $150M statewide for 2022, and an ongoing increase of roughly $40M.
was allocated statewide to
the Clean Cars For All Program
was allocated statewide to a
program for zero-emission commercial
lawn and garden equipment
following Air District-sponsored bills did not advance.
AB 762 (Lee) – Requires private schools and some charter schools to adhere to public school notification requirements during the CEQA process prior to new construction.
AB 426 (Bauer-Kahan) – Adds toxic air contaminants to pollutants eligible for local air district regulation under “indirect source rules.”