House concurred in Senate amendments.
• Requires the Washington State Department of Transportation to develop and maintain a publicly available mapping and forecasting tool.
• Requires electric utilities to analyze how their resource plans account for modeled load forecast scenarios that consider anticipated levels of zero- emission vehicle use in the utility's service area.
• Requires the State Building Code Council to adopt rules exceeding the specific minimum requirements for electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure in buildings and EV charging capability at all new residential R-3 buildings that provide on-site parking by July 1, 2024.
• Provides that after a road usage charge is in effect with 75 percent of the registered vehicles in the state participating, a goal is established for the state that publicly and privately owned passenger and light-duty vehicles of model year 2030 and later sold, purchased, or registered in Washington be EVs.