California—Five Day Notice Of Re-Adoption Of Emergency Regulations – Sales And Use Tax Exclusion (STE) Program

SALT Report 3391– CAEATFA is issuing a Notice of Re-Adoption of Emergency Regulations with proposed Regulation Text and the Finding of Emergency for the Emergency Rulemaking File for the STE.  The STE Program was authorized by Senate Bill 1128, which allowed the California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority (CAEATFA) to provide sales tax exclusions to manufacturers of the following:

  • Alternative sources;
  •  Advanced transportation products; and
  • Advanced manufacturing projects.

CAEATFA proposes to re-adopt emergency regulations that will establish procedures and evaluation criteria for reviewing applications from manufacturers of energy efficiency products, which are considered alternative source products.

CAEATFA will provide five working days notice to every person who has filed a request for notice of regulatory action with the agency prior to submitting to the Office of Administrative Law (OAL).  Interested parties will have five working days to provide comments on the proposal.  After approval from OAL and filing of the regulations with the Secretary of State, the regulations will become effective for ninety days.

For Further Information:

Notice of Re-Adoption of Emergency Regulations

Finding of Emergency

Proposed Regulation Text