California has had programs aimed at getting owners into EVs for years, including the Clean Vehicle Rebate Program and the Clean Cars for All Program. The catch was that these programs were only for new vehicles and never for conversions. With Assembly Bill 2350, the Zero-Emission Aftermarket Conversion Project, owners of internal combustion engine (ICE) powered vehicles could receive a $2,000 rebate from the state for doing an EV swap. The bill states that it will allocate up to $2,000,000 annually from the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project to provide an applicant with a rebate for an eligible vehicle that has been converted into a zero-emission vehicle. The rebate would be limited to one per vehicle, and the board must establish guidelines for the program with a minimum eligibility criteria if it passes. Article HERE.