CEC Funded School Buses
Senate Bill 110 allocated $75 million from Proposition 39 funding to create the California Energy Commission School Bus Replacement Program to replace California's oldest diesel buses with all-new battery electric buses and install supporting charging infrastructure. This dashboard will be updated quarterly to display the progress in delivering CEC awarded electric school buses and installing charging infrastructure throughout California. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) also funds electric school buses and supports the transition to a zero-emission school bus fleet. The overall zero-emission bus population in CA can be found in the Medium- & Heavy-Duty Vehicle Population dashboard. Dashboard is best viewed from a computer. Visit full page layout of dashboard or download data, or return to dashboard collection page.
Projected: Recipient is pending delivery of electric school bus.
Delivered: Recipient has accepted delivery of electric school bus.
Type A: Electric school buses must have at least a 16-student capacity or reduced seat count as appropriate for wheelchair capacity.
Type C: Electric school buses must have at least a 44-student capacity or reduced seat count as appropriate for wheelchair capacity.
Type D: Electric school buses must have at least a 70-student seating capacity or reduced seat count as appropriate for wheelchair capacity.
Data as of: June 30, 2023
Dashboard Last Updated: July 31, 2023
Please cite use of these data and images. California Energy Commission (2023). CEC Funded School Buses. Data last updated [insert date last updated]. Retrieved [insert date retrieved] from https://www.energy.ca.gov/zevstats