Zero-Emission Vehicles

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The City is a leader in the use of zero and low emission vehicles and equipment.  City policy supports the deployment of Zero-Emission Vehicles (ZEVs), which are essential to achieve City, County and State renewable energy, air quality and climate change goals.

Here are some ways we are achieving a greener footprint, and information on how you can join us and where you can fill up!

electric car chargingElectric Vehicles

The City operates electric vehicle charging stations located throughout Thousand Oaks. Most charging stations are Level 2 chargers. Sites and fees for use vary.  A Level 3 DC Fast Charger is located at the Thousand Oaks Transportation Center. This unit can fully charge an electric vehicle in less than 30 minutes.

Complete list of EV charging stations in the region.


Hydrogen Fuel Cell

The California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) is an industry-government collaboration formed to commercialize FCEVs and hydrogen. Click for more information on the California Fuel Cell Partnership. Questions on the CaFCP can be emailed to

Thousand Oaks was the first city in Ventura County to open a public hydrogen fueling station located at:
3102 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd (SE corner at Hampshire), Thousand Oaks, 91362


Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)

Thousand Oaks was the first city in Ventura County to add Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) passenger vehicles and buses to its fleet and the first to open a public CNG fueling facility located at 1993 Rancho Conejo Blvd. in Newbury Park. The City has also been offering public electric vehicle charging stations for many years and supports efforts by the private sector to do the same.

Complete list of  CNG Stations .