The Mad River Valley Community Project was a pilot project providing energy-upgrade project assistance to home owners and business owners in Blue Lake and the surrounding Mad River Valley area.
The goal of the North Coast and Upstate Fuel Cell Vehicle Readiness Project is to build on the efforts of the Northwest California Alternative Fuels Readiness Project to create a coordinated effort throughout the nine-county North Coast and Upstate regions. This project will support the successful introduction of fuel cell vehicles by catalyzing a regional fuel cell vehicle market and planing for the deployment of hydrogen fueling infrastructure.
The Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) Implementation Project will implement the North Coast Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Readiness Plan in Humboldt, Del Norte, and Trinity counties. Detailed siting assessments for the placement of new charging equipment will be conducted, along with outreach and publicity promoting the adoption of PEVs by consumers, and the adoption of PEV-friendly policies by regional municipalities.
The Redwood Coast Energy Authority and project partners recently wrapped up electric vehicle readiness planning. This first phase of the North Coast Plug-in Electric Vehicle Project focused on creating a coordinated effort throughout the Humboldt Bay region and greater North Coast to support and plan for the rollout of plug-in electric vehicles.
The Redwood Coast Energy Authority has installed 20 Level 2 electric vehicle charging station installations at nine new sites in Humboldt County. This is our North Coast Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging Network, which you can learn more about under the Services menu.
The Alternative Fuels Readiness Project is developing a readiness plan for five rural counties in northwest California (Del Norte, Siskiyou, Humboldt, Trinity, and Mendocino) which will provide strategies for the deployment of alternative fuel infrastructure and identify activities to encourage the adoption of alternative fuel vehicles in the region.