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Every state has a role to play in building ZEV markets. By funding fueling infrastructure and offering consumer incentives, a state can help accelerate the adoption of ZEVs.

  • 0.13% of new ZEV vehicles sold YTD 2017
  • 62,494 total new vehicle sales YTD 2017
  • 79 ZEVs sold YTD 2017
  • 617 ZEVs sold since 2011
  • 30 BEV sold YTD 2017
  • 49 PHEV sold YTD 2017
  • 0 FCEV sold YTD 2017
  • Not ZEV State

New ZEV Sales Volume

New ZEV sales in 2016 were up by 103% compared to 2015. So far this year, 79 new ZEVs have been sold.

Market Share

0.13% of all new vehicles sold in Arkansas YTD 2017 were ZEV versus 4.60% in California, and 1.10% nationwide.

Laws & Incentives

States offer a variety of incentives for zero emission vehicles, including vehicle rebates or tax credit, electric vehicle charging station incentives, workplace charging programs, special high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) or high-occupancy toll (HOT) lane access, and/or fleet purchasing requirements.

Visit the Alternative Fuels Data Center (AFDC) of the U.S. Department of Energy for lists of state-specific laws and incentives.

ZEVs are zero emission vehicles and include battery electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

Source: IHS Automotive Vehicle Registration Data


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