Santa Monica is developing a Zero Emissions Building (ZEB) Code for 2023. The new code will eliminate natural gas options for all new buildings in the city, with limited exceptions.
Santa Monica joins a growing list of jurisdictions pushing building electrification and decarbonization codes.
In a late August vote, California regulators voted to ban the sale of new gas vehicles by 2035.
Additionally, the California Air Resource Board set checkpoints of 35% of new cars sold being zero emissions by 2026 and 68% by 2030.
Glendale is developing new building electrification, and electric vehicle (EV) reach codes. The new regulations would impact new building construction effective January 1st, 2023.
The city staff is soliciting feedback on the proposed codes now. City council action is anticipated later this fall.
After instructing the Department of Water and Power to create a strategy long-term citywide Electric Vehicle Master plan, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to approve the Master Plan. This new strategy will address the emerging demand for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations by furthering the expansion and accessibility of charging stations …Read More
The Senate has passed the bipartisan Infrastructure Investments and Jobs Act by a 69—30 vote. The $1.2 trillion dollar package now heads to the House where it awaits passage before heading to President Joe Biden’s desk for signature. BOMA International applauds the Senate for …Read More
BOMA International Releases Guide to EV Charging Stations EV Charging Station, Market Trends, Parking Based on current market trends, electric vehicles are expected to make a substantial impact on transportation and the economy. In fact, by 2030, over one-third of vehicles on American roads are projected to be electric. As such, the number of EV…Read More