Rebates by Geography

Rebates

Select an area on the map to see the number of rebates by vehicle category.


Last updated:
June 26, 2019
All Rebates
Low-/Moderate-Income Increased Rebates3
All Rebates
Low-/Moderate-Income Increased Rebates3
All Rebates
Low-/Moderate-Income Increased Rebates3
All Rebates
Low-/Moderate-Income Increased Rebates3
All Rebates
Low-/Moderate-Income Increased Rebates3
All Rebates
Low-/Moderate-Income Increased Rebates3
All Rebates
Low-/Moderate-Income Increased Rebates3
All Rebates
Low-/Moderate-Income Increased Rebates3

Statewide Statistics


1 California’s ZIP codes are typically associated with mail delivery routes covering a geographic area; however, some ZIP codes are associated exclusively with a specific entity or post office. These ZIP codes are not included as selectable areas in the CVRP Rebate Map ZIP code layer. Records with unique or post-office-only ZIP codes are included in all other layers, in vehicle totals, and in the downloadable dataset.

2 Census tracts are classified as disadvantaged communities based on their population's exposure and vulnerability to pollution. Classification uses the multi-criteria CalEnviroScreen (3.0). More information is available on the Cap-and-Trade Auction Proceeds Funding Guidelines for Administering Agencies page. The census tracts represented use 2010 boundaries.

3 As of March 29, 2016, higher-income consumers became ineligible to participate in the CVRP and low-to-moderate-income consumers became eligible for increased rebate amounts. On November 1, 2016, the details of these eligibility criteria were adjusted. Further detail is available here.


Please cite use of these data or images. For example:
Center for Sustainable Energy (2019). California Air Resources Board Clean Vehicle Rebate Project, Rebate Map. Data last updated June 26, 2019. Retrieved [insert date retrieved] from https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/cvrp-rebate-map.

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