Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) 2022 Sustainability Report

LAWA 2022 Sustainability Report


LAWA team members receive a rebates check from LADWP for the electric bus charger project ©LAWA PR

Electric Vehicles and Charging Stations


In 2022, the number of EVs charging stations throughout LAX increased from 265 chargers in 2021 to a total of 949 charging stations. LAX’s goal is to achieve 1,327 charging stations by Fall of 2023. Over the course of the year, vehicles charged at the 557 charging stations in the Central Terminal Area (CTA) parking structures: ƒ Averaged a 1 hour 17 minute charging time ƒ Generated a revenue of $106,875 from charging ƒ Granted $9,382 of discounts to those using electric charging stations EV charging stations at LAX included: 41,700 sessions total offsetting 344,353 pounds of GHG emissions and 392,459 miles provided via charging Which is equivalent to carbon sequestered by 186 acres of forest per year

LADWP awarded LAWA with $330,000 in rebates for the electric bus charger project in 2022. The rebates covered 11 electric bus charging stations located across LAX.

2022 LAX Vehicle Fleet

60.7% alternative fuel vehicles (AFV) 29.9% gasoline vehicles 5.7% diesel vehicles 3.7% flexible-fuel vehicles

EV charging stations plugged into electric bus ©LAWA


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