Background Information:
2013-2014 Investment Plan for the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program

Investment Plan & Updates

The California Energy Commission must prepare and adopt an Investment Plan for the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program to determine the funding priorities and opportunities and describe how program funding will be used to complement other public and private investments.

The Energy Commission develops the Investment Plan in coordination with an Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee is composed of individuals from a wide range of interests that can provide advice and guidance to the Energy Commission. By law, the Advisory Committee must include, but is not limited to: representatives of fuel and vehicle technology consortia, labor organizations, environmental organizations, community-based justice and public health organizations, recreational boaters, consumer advocates, academic institutions, workforce training groups, and private industry as well as representatives from the Resources Agency; the Business, Transportation and Housing Agency; the Labor and Workforce Development Agency; and the California Environmental Protection Agency. See the Advisory Committee Members

The Investment Plan is developed in an open and public manner, with regularly scheduled public meetings of the Advisory Committee that are subject to the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act. The Energy Commission will provide proper notice of and an agenda for all Advisory Committee meetings and ensure that stakeholders and the public have ample opportunity to provide written and oral comment. View meeting notices and transcripts.

The 2013-2014 Investment Plan will be the fifth investment plan adopted by the Energy Commission.

Previous Investment Plans

Comments are welcomed and should be sent to the Energy Commission's Dockets Office at the address below. In the subject line of your written comments, please include the docket number "12-ALT-2" and indicate "2013-2014 Investment Plan."

California Energy Commission
Dockets Office, MS-4
Re: Docket No. 12-ALT-2
1516 Ninth Street
Sacramento, CA 95814-5512

You can also submit comments electronically, by e-mail. When using e-mail, please include your name or the name of your organization in the name of the attached file. Send your comments as either a Microsoft Word document or a Portable Document file (PDF) to

When submitting comments electronically, mailing a paper copy is no longer needed for comments under 5 megabytes in size. If the comments are larger than 5 megabytes, you must also mail one paper copy to the Energy Commission's Docket Unit at the address listed above.

Participants may also provide an original and 10 copies of their comments at the beginning of a workshop. All written materials relating to the workshop will be filed with the Dockets Unit and will become part of the public record in this proceeding.

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For more information on current funding opportunities and solicitations, contact or visit our Solicitations for Transportation Area Programs page.

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