All-EV by 2050
Already possessing the largest hybrid fleet among Nevada government agencies, Clark County is now pushing toward an all-EV fleet by 2050 by way of its sustainability and climate action plan—All-In Clark County. Officials with the County’s Department of Environment and Sustainability (DES), the agency charged with leading the All-In efforts, are confident Clark County can achieve the 2050 goal.
“Between industrial vehicles and traditional automobiles, we’ve already added more than 50 electric vehicles to our fleet and our plan is to continue adding more,” said DES Director Marci Henson. “With All-In Clark County as our roadmap I’m confident we can meet our EV benchmarks along the way to achieving zero-emission status by 2050.”
County Sustainability Goals
Clark County's 2050 zero-emission pledge folds into larger sustainability goals:
- Earning a Clean Cities designation from the U.S. Department of Energy.
- Expanding EV charging stations—currently more than 220 in Clark County—and infrastructure throughout the region.
- Achieving a 50 percent reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030.
- Converting 80 percent of the County’s fleet to alternative fuel vehicles by 2030.
- 100 percent EV fleet by 2050.