The City of Bellevue in Washington is actively tackling emissions from their largest single emissions sector -- transportation. Thanks to Washington House Bill 1481, which requires actions by local government to encourage the electrification of transportation, the city now offers over 50 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations to the public at city and commercial facilities. The City of Bellevue has focused on streamlining the permitting process to reduce charger installation cost to homeowners and businesses. They are also procuring electric vehicles for use in city fleets and working with neighboring jurisdictions to coordinate EV infrastructure strategy. The City of Bellevue received funding for EV infrastructure from the Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) as well as from the Western Washington Clean Cities Coalition. The City of Bellevue is making great progress in the electrification of the transportation sector.
City of Bellevue's Electric Vehicle webpage