Implementation of the State SIP Strategy

This page last reviewed March 12, 2018


In March 2017, the Board adopted the State SIP Strategy and directed staff to provide an annual status report on progress in implementing the strategy. This webpage provides information and links to the various efforts underway.


Update on Implementation of the State SIP Strategy and South Coast AQMP

On March 22, 2018, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) will conduct a public meeting to hear an informational Update on  Implementation of the State SIP Strategy and South Coast Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP).

Public Agenda for the March Board Hearing (March 22, 2018 CARB Board Hearing)

Substantial progress has been made in implementing various elements of the State SIP Strategy during the past year.  Staff will provide the Board with an update of the multitude of staff actions to implement the State SIP Strategy, and on the District efforts to implement the AQMP.
 
Incentives and Further Deployment Meaures

Regulatory measures represent a comprehensive and aggressive scope of action across all sectors and account for approximately 70 percent of emission reductions anticipated from the State SIP Strategy measures. Funding to expand the deployment of these cleaner technologies will achieve the remaining increment of necessary reductions. CARB staff continue to work with the South Coast Air Quality Management District on defining funding needs and mechanisms for implementing the State SIP Strategy.



On-Road Heavy-Duty Vehicle Incentive Measure to Achieve Reductions in 2023

The State SIP Strategy includes the Incentive Funding to Achieve Further Emission Reductions from On-Road Heavy-Duty Vehicles or the South Coast Incentive Measure.  The South Coast Incentive Measure is a prospective incentive measure that targets the turnover of heavy-duty trucks in the South Coast Air Basin to cleaner technologies funded through the Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program in 2023.

    CARB Documents

    Public Webinar - September 19, 2017


 
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