E.O. 13693

Plug in vehicle

Current Federal Fleet Mandates

E.O. 13693 - In implementing the policy set forth in section 1 of this order and to achieve the goals of section 2 of this order, the head of each agency shall, where life-cycle cost-effective, beginning in fiscal year 2016, unless otherwise specified [engage in] …

  • (v) planning for agency fleet composition such that by December 31, 2020, zero emission vehicles or plug-in hybrid vehicles account for 20 percent of all new agency passenger vehicle acquisitions and by December 31, 2025, zero emission vehicles or plug-in hybrid vehicles account for 50 percent of all new agency passenger vehicles and including, where practicable, acquisition of such vehicles in other vehicle classes and counting double credit towards the targets in this section for such acquisitions; and
  • (vi) planning for appropriate charging or refueling infrastructure or other power storage technologies for zero emission vehicles or plug-in hybrid vehicles and opportunities for ancillary services to support vehicle-to-grid technology;
  • Per mile GHG reduction goal: E.O. 13693 Section 3(g) states that agencies with a fleet of at least 20 motor vehicles will improve fleet and vehicle efficiency and management.  E.O. 13693 section 3(g)(ii) requires agencies to reduce fleet-wide per-mile GHG emissions from agency fleet vehicles relative to a FY 2014 baseline and sets new goals for percentage reductions: not less than 4% by FY 2017; not less than 15 % by FY 2020; and not less than 30% by FY 2025.
    • Energy Policy Act 1992/2005 (EPAct) - 75% of light duty vehicles must be alternative fuel vehicles in metropolitan areas
    • Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) - Acquire only low-GHG emitting vehicles; Passenger Cars:  300 g/mile max CO2 emission; Light-Duty Trucks:  375 g/mile max CO2 emission
    • For a full list of requirements, see the Federal Energy Management Program site.