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Program Tribal Transit Program

Organization Federal Transit Administration

State Tribal

Funding See website for details

Category Transit, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The competitive grants under FTA's Tribal Transit Program allow Tribes to buy transit vehicles, upgrade bus facilities, and expand transit options.

Eligibility Federally recognized tribes may use the funding for capital, operating, planning, and administrative expenses for public transit projects that meet the growing needs of rural tribal communities.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $10,000,000

Contact

Office of Program Management
Federal Transit Administration
202-366-2053

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Updated
June 17, 2024

Program National Electric Vehicle Initiative (NEVI) for Tribal Nations

Organization U.S. Department of Transportation

State Tribal

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The U.S. government released a National Electric Vehicle (EV) Initiative for Tribal Nations, aimed at ensuring Tribes and Native communities are included in the EV future of the country and that the buildout of a national EV network includes Tribal lands and economies.

Eligibility Funds are made available to federally recognized tribal communities for costs associated with electric, hydrogen and AFV fueling infrastructure projects.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $7,500,000,000

Contact

demd-renewables@bia.gov

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Updated
June 17, 2024

Availability
Deadline: April 25, 2024

Program Low or No Emission and Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Competitive Programs FY2024

Organization U.S. Department of Transportation

State Federal

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The purpose of the Low-No Program is to support the transition of the nation’s transit fleet to the lowest polluting and most energy efficient transit vehicles. The Low-No Program provides funding to state and local governmental authorities for the purchase or lease of zero-emission and low-emission transit buses, including acquisition, construction, and leasing of required supporting facilities.

The purpose of the Buses and Bus Facilities Competitive Program is to assist in the financing of buses and bus facilities capital projects, including replacing, rehabilitating, purchasing or leasing buses or related equipment, and rehabilitating, purchasing, constructing or leasing bus-related facilities.

Eligibility The Low-No Program provides funds to designated recipients of FTA grants, including states, local governmental authorities, and Indian Tribes. The Buses and Bus Facilities Competitive Program provides funds to designated recipients that allocate funds to fixed-route bus operators, states, or local governmental authorities that operate fixed- route bus service, and Indian tribes.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $1,500,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

ftalownobusnofo@dot.gov

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Updated
June 17, 2024

Availability
Deadline: April 30, 2024

Program Fiscal Year 2024 Technology Integration Program

Organization U.S. Department of Energy

State Federal

Funding Up to $5 million per applicant

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Department of Energy (DOE) announced $15 million in new funding for projects that will advance deployment of technologies critical to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector. The funding will drive innovation in equitable clean transportation and is aligned with strategies detailed in the U.S. National Blueprint for Transportation Decarbonization.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include: Institutions of higher education, for-profit entities, nonprofit entities, state and local governmental entities and federally recognized Indian Tribes.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $15,000,000

Contact

DE-FOA-0003250@netl.doe.gov

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Updated
June 17, 2024

Program Commercial Clean Vehicle Credit – IRC 45W

Organization Internal Revenue Service

State Federal

Funding Up to $40,000 per qualified commercial clean vehicle purchase

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description Businesses and tax-exempt organizations that buy a qualified commercial clean vehicle may qualify for a clean vehicle tax credit of up to $40,000 under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 45W.

Eligibility There is no limit on the number of credits your business can claim. For businesses, the credits are nonrefundable, so you can't get back more on the credit than you owe in taxes. A 45W credit can be carried over as a general business credit. To qualify, a vehicle must be subject to a depreciation allowance, with an exception for vehicles placed in service by a tax-exempt organization and not subject to a lease. For additional guidance on specific vehicle or machinery requirements, please visit the tax credit website.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

N/a

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Updated
June 17, 2024

Program Advanced Energy Research Project Grants (Various)

Organization U.S. Department of Energy

State Federal

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Advanced Research Projects Agency - Energy (ARPA-E) was established within the U.S. Department of Energy with the mission to fund projects that will develop transformational technologies that reduce the nation's dependence on foreign energy imports; reduce U.S. energy related emissions, including greenhouse gases; improve energy efficiency across all sectors of the economy; and ensure that the United States maintains its leadership in developing and deploying advanced energy technologies. Visit the program website for more information on all eligible grants and active funding opportunities.

Eligibility "The ARPA-E focuses on various concepts in multiple program areas including, but not limited to, vehicle technologies, biomass energy, and energy storage. Visit the program's website for more information on eligible projects."
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

ARPA-E@hq.doe.gov

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Updated
June 17, 2024

Program Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Grants (Various)

Organization U.S. Department of Energy

State Federal

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description On November 15, 2021, President Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) (Public Law 117-58, also known as the “Bipartisan Infrastructure Law”) into law. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is the largest long-term investment in our infrastructure and economy in our Nation’s history. It provides $550 billion over fiscal years 2022 through 2026 in new Federal investment in infrastructure, including in roads, bridges, and mass transit, water infrastructure, resilience, and broadband. Be sure to frequently check the program website for details on new funding and proposal opportunities.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $550,000,000,000

Contact

DE-FOA-0003120@netl.doe.gov

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Updated
June 17, 2024

Program U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap Grants

Organization U.S. Department of Energy

State Federal

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen


Program Description The U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap explores opportunities for clean hydrogen to contribute to national decarbonization goals across multiple sectors of the economy. It provides a snapshot of hydrogen production, transport, storage, and use in the United States today and presents a strategic framework for achieving large-scale production and use of clean hydrogen, examining scenarios for 2030, 2040, and 2050. Be sure to frequently check the program website for details on new funding and proposal opportunities.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $9,500,000,000

Contact

H2FCFOA@ee.doe.gov

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Updated
June 17, 2024

Availability
Available through September 30, 2031

Program Domestic Manufacturing Conversion Grants

Organization U.S. Department of Energy

State Federal

Funding See website for details

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Domestic Manufacturing Conversion Grants for electrified vehicles program, will provide cost-shared grants for domestic production of efficient hybrid, plug-in electric hybrid, plug-in electric drive, and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.

Eligibility Domestic production of, or components for, efficient hybrid, plug-in electric hybrid, plug-in electric drive, and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $2,000,000,000

Contact

MESC@hq.doe.gov

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Updated
June 11, 2024

Availability
Open

Program Competitive Solicitation for Electric Charging Infrastructure (Bay Area AQMD)

Organization Bay Area AQMD

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Air District is pleased to announce the opening of a competitive solicitation for electric charging infrastructure to support on-road vehicles, off-road equipment, marine vessels, and locomotives. Up to $35 million in funding is available under this solicitation. 80 percent of funds are reserved for infrastructure projects that support vehicles or equipment that operate within the Air District’s Priority Communities, which includes AB 617 communities, SB 535 disadvantaged communities, and AB 1550 low-income communities.

Eligibility Eligible project types include publicly and non-publicly accessible electric charging infrastructure located within the Air District's jurisdiction that supports the following: On-road vehicles over 8,500 lbs. in gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), transit buses, and school buses; Off-road equipment, such as: Agricultural tractors and equipment; Construction equipment; Transportation; Refrigeration Units; Forklifts; Cargo Handling Equipment; Ground Support Equipment; Other applicable off-road equipment; Locomotives and Marine equipment
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $35,000,000
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

grants@baaqmd.gov

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Updated
June 10, 2024

Availability
Deadline: July 25, 2024

Program 2024 Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grant Program

Organization U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

State Federal

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The EPA anticipates awarding up to $932 million in competitive grant funding under the 2024 Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grants Program Notice of Funding Opportunity. The program is soliciting applications nationwide for a grant competition to fund the replacement of existing non-zero-emission Class 6 and 7 heavy-duty vehicles with zero-emission Class 6 and 7 heavy-duty vehicles. At least $400 million will be used to fund projects serving communities located in an area in nonattainment with the  National Ambient Air Quality Standards.

Eligibility States & U.S. territories, municipalities - including public school districts, Indian Tribes, and nonprofit school transportation associations pursuing the replacement of existing ICE school buses and other Class 6 and Class 7 vehicles with ZE school buses and heavy-duty vehicles; Purchasing, installing, operating, and maintaining infrastructure needed to charge, fuel, or maintain ZE vehicles; and Workforce development and training to support the maintenance, charging, fueling, and operation of ZE vehicles.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $932,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

cleanhdvehicles@epa.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program EV Charging Assistance Program

Organization Virginia Department of Energy

State Virginia

Funding Up to $400,000 per applicant

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Virginia Department of Energy offers grants of up to $400,000 to private businesses and public-private partnerships for the installation of EV charging stations in rural or underserved communities.

Eligibility The grants are open to EV charging vendors or for collaborations between governments and technology providers. Projects will include installation of EV chargers to evaluate and measure the benefits to underserved communities. Leveraging additional funding is strongly encouraged but not required. Brownfields, including previously mined lands, should be given preference when considering site selection. All areas within Virginia with a focus on disadvantaged and rural communities as defined by the Justice 40 criteria will be included.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $1,100,000

Contact

evcap@enerygy.virginia.gov

Updated
June 7, 2024

Program Green Operator

Organization Virginia Port Authority

State Virginia

Funding 50% of the cost to purchase new clean diesel drayage trucks, up to $35,000

Category Truck

Technology CNG/Low Nox


Program Description The Virginia Port Authority, in partnership with Virginia Clean Cities, offers regional Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement funds to retire aging drayage trucks and replace them with modern clean diesel vehicles.

Eligibility New trucks must have an Engine Model Year (EMY) of 2017 or newer to be eligible for the maximum rebate of $35,000/truck. If the newer truck has an EMY of 2014, or 2016, the maximum rebate amount remains $30,000/truck. Current trucks eligible for replacement can have an EMY of 2009 or older, however the new replacement truck must have an Engine Model Year of 2017 or newer in order to qualify for the new maximum incentive amount of $35,000/truck Further, current trucks with an EMY of 2010 or newer can be replaced as long as the newer truck has an EMY of 2021 or newer
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

https://vpa-forms-draytruck-r24031229.webflow.io/

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program CMAQ Vehicle Conversaion Incentive Program

Organization Virginia Department of Transportation

State Virginia

Funding Up to $10,000 per converted AFV

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy, in collaboration with the Virginia Department of Transportation, offers up to $10,000 to state agencies and local governments for the incremental cost of new or converted AFVs.

Eligibility Vehicles must comply with Buy America provisions or qualify for a waiver from the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, and must be garaged in areas of air quality nonattainment, as recognized by the federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) program
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $1,000,000

Contact

edward.cronin@energy.virginia.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program Virginia National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Grants (Various)

Organization Virginia Department of Transportation

State Virginia

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Commonwealth of Virginia is investing a projected $100 million in federal funding over the next five years to install public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across Virginia. Information on Virginia's Deployment Plan, federal EV infrastructure grant opportunities, EV and Local Government resources, as well as past program updates are available on the program website.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: The purchase and/or installation of electric vehicle charging stations
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $100,000,000

Contact

nevi@vdot.virginia.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program Vermont National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Grants (Various)

Organization Vermont Agency of Transportation

State Vermont

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, signed into law on November 15, 2021, established the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program to provide dedicated funding to states to deploy electric vehicle charging infrastructure along key interstate and state highway corridors. For federal fiscal years 2022-2026, Vermont will receive $21.2 million, with the Federal Highway Administration already apportioning $3.1 million for FY2022 and $4.5 million for FY2023. Please frequently check back on the program website for updates on newly opened funding opportunities and RFPs.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: DC Fast Charging stations placed in communities and along highway corridors across Vermont.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $21,000,000
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Patrick Murphy
Sustainability and Innovations Project Manager
patrick.murphy@vermont.gov

Hilary DelRoss
Sustainability Projects Coordinator
hilary.delross@vermont.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Availability
First Come First Served

Program Electrify Your Fleet Program

Organization Vermont Agency of Transportation

State Vermont

Funding Up to $2,500 for each ICE vehicle replaced or avoided.

Category Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Vermont Agency of Transportation will administer the Electrify Your Fleet Program (Program), which will provide up to $2,500 for the purchase or lease of EVs, including electric motorcycles.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include local and state governments, businesses, and non-profit organizations. Purchased battery electric vehicles must have a base Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $60,000.00 or less.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $500,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

AOT.climate@Vermont.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program Electric Vehicle Charging Station Loan Program

Organization Vermont State Infrastructure Bank

State Vermont

Funding 1% fixed loans up to $100,000

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Vermont State Infrastructure Bank (SIB) offers loan assistance to municipalities, regional development corporations, political subdivisions of the state, and private companies working for the state to finance public electric vehicle charging and natural gas fueling stations.

Eligibility Eligible entities include: Sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations (for profit and non-profit) and municipalities. Eligible costs include: The purchase and/or installation of electric vehicle charging stations; All stations must be made available for use by the general public.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

info@veda.org

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program Charge Vermont

Organization Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development

State Vermont

Funding Up to $100,000 for the installation of EV charging stations at MUDs

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) offers grants of up to $100,000 for the installation of EV charging stations at MUDs.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include governments, businesses, non-profits, homeowner associations, electric utilities, and EV charging equipment providers. Funding may be used for planning, permitting, purchase, installation, and other onetime costs associated with installing EV charging stations.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

info@chargevermont.com

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Availability
Deadline: December 2024

Program Vermont Diesel Emissions Reduction Grants Program

Organization Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation

State Vermont

Funding See website for details

Category Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description Through the Vermont Diesel Emissions Reduction Grants Program, the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) provides funding to local, state and regional agencies or departments, businesses, institutions, and nonprofit organizations for projects focused on reducing emissions from diesel engines and vehicles.

Eligibility Qualifying heavy-duty vehicles include buses and Class 5-8 trucks. Project types eligible for funding include: Verified emission control technologies; Verified idle reduction technologies; Verified aerodynamic technologies and low rolling resistance tires; Certified engine replacements; Alternative fuel conversions; and Certified vehicle or equipment replacements.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $30,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Leigh Martin at
(802) 261-0713)
leigh.martin@vermont.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program MileageSmart

Organization Vermont Agency of Transportation

State Vermont

Funding Up to $5,000 to replace eligible vehicles with a pre-owned hybrid or all-electric EV. Vouchers of up to $2,500 are also available for the repair of vehicles that failed the on-board diagnostic (OBD) systems inspection.

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) administers the High Fuel Efficiency Used-Vehicle Program, MileageSmart, which provides incentives of up to $5,000 to replace eligible vehicles with a pre-owned vehicle that has a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) combined city/highway fuel economy of at least 40 miles per gallon (mpg).

Eligibility Eligible costs include: Used hybrid electric and all-electric vehicles
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

support@mileagesmartvt.org

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program Drive Electric Vermont

Organization Vermont Agency of Transportation

State Vermont

Funding $1,500 to $4,000 based on vehicle type and adjusted gross income.

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Vermont Agency of Transportation provides financial incentives to low- and moderate-income residents for the purchase or lease of a new EV with a base manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $40,000 or less, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: The purchase or lease of a new hybrid electric and all-electric vehicles. Incentives are limited to one per individual or married couple. Additional terms and conditions apply.
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

info@driveelectricvt.com

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program Rhode Island National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program Grants (Various)

Organization Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources

State Rhode Island

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description Signed by President Joe Biden in November 2021, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) provides states with $7.5 billion to help make EV charging more accessible to all Americans for local and long-distance trips. Rhode Island will receive a total of $23 million in dedicated formula funding over a 5-year period.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Energy.Resources@energy.ri.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program DRIVE+

Organization Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources

State Rhode Island

Funding Up to $1,500 per purchase or lease of an electric vehicle

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description DRIVE+ provides additional incentives of up to $1,500.00 for qualified Rhode Islanders who purchase or lease an eligible electric vehicle and meet certain income requirements.

Eligibility To qualify for the DRIVE+ rebate, applicants must participate in a State or Federal income- qualified program OR submit the Self-Attestation Form of Income (attached to the application) for those applicants who do not participate in an income-qualified program but meet the income-eligibility requirements highlighted below. Eligible costs include: New or used BEV, fuel-cell electric and plug-in hybrid Evs
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Energy.DriveEv@energy.ri.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program DRIVE EV FLEET

Organization Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources

State Rhode Island

Funding $1,500.00 for the purchase or lease of new battery electric vehicles and fuel-cell electric vehicles for qualified small businesses, non-profits, and public sector entities, or, $1,000.00 for the purchase or lease of used battery electric vehicles and fuel-cell electric vehicles.

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Driving Rhode Island to Vehicle Electrification Fleet (DRIVE EV Fleet) program offers rebates of up to $2,500 for the purchase or lease of a new ZEV and $1,500 for the purchase or lease of a pre-owned ZEV.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: New (priced at or below $60,000) or used (priced at or below $40,000) BEV, fuel-cell electric and plug-in hybrid EV purchases made by Rhode Island-based non-profits, small businesses and public-sector entities.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Energy.DriveEv@energy.ri.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Program DRIVE EV

Organization Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources

State Rhode Island

Funding Up to $1,500.00 for the purchase or lease of new battery electric vehicles and fuel-cell electric vehicles and up to $1,000.00 for new plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Driving Rhode Island to Vehicle Electrification (DRIVE EV) rebate program offers rebates for the purchase or lease of ZEVs and PHEVs.

Eligibility Rhode Island residents who purchase or lease a qualifying new or used BEV, fuel-cell electric or plug-in hybrid EV from a licensed Rhode Island automobile dealership or from a qualified Out-Of-State (OOS) dealership. New vehicles may not have a purchase price above $60,000, and pre-owned vehicles may not have a purchase price above $40,000.
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Energy.DriveEv@energy.ri.gov

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Updated
June 7, 2024

Availability
Deadline: October 6, 2023

Program Rhode Island Clean Diesel Fund

Organization Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management

State Rhode Island

Funding See website for details

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Rhode Island Clean Diesel Fund provides fleet operators, businesses, local and state government entities, schools districts, and other qualifying entities with reimbursement grants to reduce emissions from medium- and heavy-duty diesel vehicles.

Eligibility Eligible projects include on-road, non-road, and marine vehicle, engine, and equipment replacements using new diesel, alternative fuel, and zero emission vehicles. Eligible on-road vehicles must be registered and domiciled in Rhode Island, and 50% of the vehicle miles travelled or hours of operation must be in Rhode Island for at least five years after receiving the grant.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Madeline Haines
Madeline.Haines@dem.ri.gov

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program New York School Bus Incentive Program (NYSBIP)

Organization New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

State New York

Funding Up to $135,000 per school bus, up to $65,000 for necessary charging infrastructure.

Category Infrastructure, School Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description NYSBIP is a voucher incentive program which will accelerate the deployment of zero-emission school buses and charging infrastructures throughout New York State. Zero-emission school buses include both electric school buses and hydrogen fuel cell school buses (collectively referred to as ESBs).

Eligibility Eligible costs include: The acquisition of new ESBs and charging infrastructure costs by New York State public school districts or other public entities that provide pupil transportation services, including Third-party operators under contract with a New York State public school district.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $100,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

NYSBIP@energycenter.org

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program New Mexico National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Grants (Various)

Organization Massachusetts Department of Transportation

State New Mexico

Funding See website for details.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, enacted as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), Public Law 117-58 (Nov. 15, 2021), includes important new programs to address climate change by reducing carbon emissions. New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) expects to receive around $38 million from this program over five years from the U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) to install EV charging infrastructure with a US DOT priority on Interstate highway locations. Be sure to frequently check the program website for details on new funding and proposal opportunities.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $38,000,000
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

April Naranjo, Special Projects Division
505-629-6645
april.naranjo2@dot.nm.gov

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – El Paso Electric (EPE)

Organization El Paso Electric

State New Mexico

Funding Up to $5,250 for level 2 charging stations and up to $104,000 for DCFC stations.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description EPE offers commercial customers rebates for the installation of qualified Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: Level 2 chargers and DCFC stations.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

customercare@epelectric.com

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Powering New Mexico (PNM)

Organization Powering New Mexico

State New Mexico

Funding Up to $2,000 for Level 2 Chargers and up to $25,000 for DCFC stations.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description PNM offers residential customers a $300 rebate for the purchase of a Level 2 ENERGY STAR certified EV charging station.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: Level 2 chargers and DCFC stations.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

TEP@pnm.com

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program The Alternative Energy Product Manufacturers Tax Credit (7-9J-1 through 7-9J-8)

Organization New Mexico State Legislature

State New Mexico

Funding The credit is limited to 5% of qualifying expenditures, and manufacturers must fulfill job creation requirements to be eligible.

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Alternative Energy Product Manufacturers Tax Credit provides credit against combined reporting taxes (gross receipts, compensating, and withholding) for qualified manufacturers of alternative energy products, including hydrogen and fuel cell vehicle systems, and electric and hybrid electric vehicles.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: The manufacture of alternative energy products, including hydrogen and fuel cell vehicle systems, and electric and hybrid electric vehicles. Qualified manufacturers must apply for and receive approval from the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department before they may claim the credit.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

N/a

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Sustainable Building Tax Credit (SBTC)

Organization New Mexico State Legislature

State New Mexico

Funding $500-$1,000 for residents and $1,500-$3,000 for commercial properties.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Sustainable Building Tax Credit (SBTC) provides a renovation tax credit for the purchase and installation of EV make-ready infrastructure at existing buildings.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: The purchase and installation of EV make-ready infrastructure at existing buildings. Eligibility criteria are as follows: Residential properties and commercial buildings not larger than 20,000 square feet. Commercial buildings must install wiring capable of supporting Level 2 EV charging stations at 10% of parking spaces.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

N/a

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Diesel Emission Reduction Act (DERA) – New Mexico

Organization New Mexico Environment Department

State New Mexico

Funding See website for details

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) provides U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Diesel Emission Reduction Act (DERA) funding for heavy-duty on-road new diesel or alternative fuel repowers and replacements, as well as off-road all-electric repowers and replacements, with priority to hydrogen fuel cell projects.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: Heavy-duty on-road new diesel or alternative fuel repowers and replacements, as well as off-road all-electric repowers and replacements, with priority to hydrogen fuel cell projects.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $1,306,463
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Neal Butt
neal.butt@env.nm.gov

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Drive Green NJ

Organization New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

State New Jersey

Funding Funding is available for up to 80% of eligible project costs.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description Program provides funding to states to strategically deploy charging stations and to establish an interconnected network to facilitate data collection, access, and reliability.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: The planning, acquisition, installation and operation of charging infrastructure. Charging stations must be located at intervals of no more than 50 miles along designated Federal Highway Administration Alternative Fuel Corridors. At a minimum, each corridor charging station must be capable of simultaneously charging four vehicles at 150kW each. Equipment must be non-proprietary, allow for open-access payment methods, be publicly available or available to authorized commercial motor vehicle operators from more than one company.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $20,800,000
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

drivegreen@dep.nj.gov

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program eMobility Grant Program

Organization New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

State New Jersey

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) administers the eMobility Grant Program, which provides funding to increase electric mobility solutions including carshare, rideshare, and ride hailing services for residents in underserved areas.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: EVs and EV charging stations
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding $16,200,000

Contact

drivegreen@dep.nj.gov

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Availability
Deadline: May 30, 2024

Program EV Tourism Grant

Organization New Jersey Board of Public Utilities

State New Jersey

Funding Up to $5,000 for an eligible L2 charger, up to the cost of the charger. Up to $50,000 for a Direct Current Fast Charger, up to the cost of the charger.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ (NJBPU) EV Tourism Program offers grants to local businesses and municipalities for the purchase of up to six Level 2 and two direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations for installation at New Jersey tourism sites and landmarks.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: DCFC and Level 2 charging stations at boardwalks, parks, attractions and overnight lodging establishments.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

EV.programs@bpu.nj.gov

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program New Jersey Zero Emission Incentive Program

Organization New Jersey Economic Development Authority

State New Jersey

Funding Up to $175,000 based on gross vehicle weight rating.

Category Transit, Truck, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New Jersey Zero Emission Incentive Program (NJ ZIP) will pilot a voucher program for the purchase of new MHD ZEVs registered in New Jersey.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include commercial, industrial, or institutional organizations. Eligible costs include: Class 2b-8 MD/HD ZEVs.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $90,000,000

Contact

CustomerCare@njeda.com

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Availability
Deadline: November 30, 2023

Program Clean Fleet EV Incentive Program

Organization New Jersey Board of Public Utilities

State New Jersey

Funding L2: $5,000; DCFC: $50,000 Up to 50% of the cost for each

Category Infrastructure, Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Clean Fleet Electric Vehicle Incentive Program supports local and state governments as they transition their fleets to EVs.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: Light duty BEVs, Class 2B-6 BEVs, Level 2 EV charging stations and DCFC stations.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

EV.programs@bpu.nj.gov

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Pay$ to Plug In: New Jersey’s Electric Vehicle Workplace Charging Grant Program

Organization New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

State New Jersey

Funding $750 per Level 1 charging station (5 max) or $4,000 per Level 2 charging station (20 max).

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) provides grants through the It Pay$ to Plug In: New Jersey’s Electric Vehicle Workplace Charging Grant Program (Program) for EV charging station installation.

Eligibility Eligible costs include: Level 1 and Level 2 EV charging stations located at workplaces, government agencies, non-profits, or multi unit-dwellings
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

drivegreen@dep.nj.gov

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Truck Replacement Program

Organization Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

State New Jersey

Funding Up to 50% of the replacement truck purchase, or $25,000, whichever is less. Funding is limited to two replacement trucks per applicant.

Category Truck

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey’s (PANYNJ) Truck Replacement Program (Program) provides funding for the replacement of eligible Class 8 trucks with model year (MY) 2014 or newer diesel vehicles.

Eligibility Eligible replacement trucks must meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency heavy-duty vehicle standards. Vehicles eligible for retirement include Class 8 port drayage trucks with MY 1998 through 2006 engines.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

panynj@tetratech.com

Visit Website

Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Stop the Soot MDHD Vehicle Electrification Grants (Various)

Organization New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

State New Jersey

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Off-Road, Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) offers incentives to cover the incremental cost of replacing diesel vehicles with all-electric vehicles. Incentives are available for the 100% of the incremental cost of the vehicle, including associated charging infrastructure. Please visit the program website for more information on all available funding opportunities.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

https://dep.nj.gov/contact-form/

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Availability
Deadline: June 30, 2024

Program Multi-Unit Dwelling Electric Vehicle Charger Incentive Program

Organization New Jersey Board of Public Utilities

State New Jersey

Funding Up to $4,000 for the purchase and installation of eligible Level 2 EV charging stations. MUDs in overburdened municipalities are eligible for grants of up to $6,000.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ (NJBPU) MUD EV Charger Incentive Program offers grants of up to $4,000 to owners and operators of MUDs for the purchase and installation of eligible Level 2 EV charging stations.

Eligibility Level 2 EV charging equipment for Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) operators located within New Jersey.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

EV.programs@bpu.nj.gov

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Charge Up New Jersey

Organization New Jersey Board of Public Utilities

State New Jersey

Funding Up to $4,000 for the purchase or lease of new, eligible battery electric vehicles (EV) and $250 for purchasing an eligible EV charger.

Category Infrastructure, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities’ (NJBPU) Charge Up New Jersey program offers point-of-sale rebates to New Jersey residents for the purchase or lease of a new light-duty EV. The NJBPU also offers residents a $250 rebate for the purchase of an eligible Level 2 EV charger through the Charge Up Residential Charger Program.

Eligibility New light-duty Evs and level 2 charging stations.
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding $92,999,999

Contact

chargeupnj@energycenter.org

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Program MassDOT National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Grants (Various)

Organization Massachusetts Department of Transportation

State Massachusetts

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description MassDOT has completed an Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Deployment Plan as required by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program. MassDOT most recently released a Request for Responses (RFR) asking for proposals to be submitted by January 11, 2024. Be sure to frequently check the program website for details on new funding and proposal opportunities.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $9,400,000

Contact

https://www.mass.gov/forms/contact-massdot

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Program NextZero (Previously Home Energy Loss Prevention Services (HELPS))

Organization Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company

State Massachusetts

Funding Varies by local Municipal Light Plant (MLP)

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description NextZero is a residential and commercial/industrial efficiency and electrification program for customers of municipal utilities, designed to provide the most efficient, innovative, and equitable path to energy decarbonization.

Eligibility Eligible costs include level 2 EV charging stations
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

help@nextzero.org

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Program Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MD/HD)

Organization Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources

State Massachusetts

Funding Up to $90,000 based on vehicle class and program criteria.

Category Transit, Truck, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources’ Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) Trucks Program offers rebates for the purchase or lease of all-electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks, buses, and vans to reduce air pollution and vehicle emissions in Massachusetts.

Eligibility MD/HD trucks starting at 10,0001 lbs. and with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of less than $2,000,000.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

mor-evtrucks@energycenter.org

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Program Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (LD)

Organization Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources

State Massachusetts

Funding Up to $3,500 for the purchase or lease of eligible new ZEVs. An additional $1,500 rebate is available to applicants participating in an eligible income-qualified state assistance program.

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources’ Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) Program offers residents, non-profits, and businesses rebates of up to $3,500 for the purchase or lease of eligible new LD ZEVs.

Eligibility Residential customers and eligible non-profit and business entities. Eligible costs include personal light duty vehicles and eligible fleet vehicles: Rental cars, company cars, and light-duty delivery vehicles.
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

mor-ev@energycenter.org

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Availability
First Come First Served

Program MassEVIP Grants (Various)

Organization Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

State Massachusetts

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Truck

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) offers funding through several grants aimed at making electric vehicles (EVs) and EV charging stations more widely available across Massachusetts. Please visit the program website for more information on all available grants.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

massevip.massdep@mass.gov

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Program Massachusetts Diesel Emissions Reduction Grant

Organization Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

State Massachusetts

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) provides U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) funding for projects that reduce diesel emissions in Massachusetts.

Eligibility Any entity, public or private, with an eligible vehicle, engine, or equipment to replace. Eligible costs include projects that reduce diesel emissions by converting engines to alternative fuels, retrofitting exhaust controls, purchasing new vehicles, or adding idle reduction equipment.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $1,880,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

cayla.paulding@mass.gov

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Availability
Deadline: April 2024

Program Maryland’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Grants (Various)

Organization Maryland Department of Transportation

State Maryland

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) and the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) are working collaboratively with partners and stakeholders to develop the Maryland State Plan for National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Funding Deployment, and the subsequent NEVI program.

Eligibility Funds must be used for: The acquisition and installation of EV charging infrastructure to serve as a catalyst for the deployment of such infrastructure and to connect it to a network to facilitate data collection, access, and reliability; proper operation and maintenance of EV charging infrastructure; and data sharing about EV charging infrastructure to ensure the long-term success of investments made under the program.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $20,000,000
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

NEVIprocurement@mdot.maryland.gov

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Availability
Deadline: January 31, 2024

Program Maryland Electric School Bus Fund

Organization Maryland Department of the Environment

State Maryland

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, School Bus

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) will administer a Zero Emission School Bus Transition Grant Program to purchase zero emission school buses, install charging infrastructure, and transition to zero emission school bus fleets.

Eligibility Costs for Maryland school districts to implement electric school buses and their supporting infrastructure.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Tim Shepherd
(410) 537-3236
tim.shepherd@maryland.gov

Justin Mabrey
(410) 537-4165
justin.mabrey@maryland.gov

Michael Stricker
(410) 537-3267
michael.stricker@maryland.gov

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Program Electric Vehicle (EV) and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Tax Credit

Organization Maryland State Legislature

State Maryland

Funding $3,000 per qualified vehicle, limited to 1 per individual and 10 for business entities.

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description Beginning July 1, 2023, qualified EV and FCEV purchasers may apply for an excise tax credit of up to $3,000. The tax credit is first-come, first-served, and is limited to one vehicle per individual and 10 vehicles per business entity.

Eligibility Qualified vehicles must meet the following criteria: Have a total purchase price not exceeding $50,000; Be propelled to a significant extent by an electric motor that draws electricity from a battery with a capacity of at least 4 kilowatt-hours; Have not been modified from original manufacturer specifications; and Be purchased and titled for the first time between July 1, 2023, and July 1, 2027.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

N/a

Visit Website

Updated
June 5, 2024

Availability
Deadline: December 10, 2023

Program Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Rebate Program

Organization Maryland Energy Administration

State Maryland

Funding $700 per residential charging station and $5,000 per public charging station.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) offers a rebate to individuals, businesses, multi-unit dwellings (MUDs), and state or local government entities for the costs of acquiring and installing qualified EV charging stations.

Eligibility Residential Customers, Businesses, Nonprofits, Workplaces, MUDs, and State or Local Government Entities. Eligible costs include costs incurred acquiring and installing qualified EV charging stations and equipment.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $1,800,000

Contact

evse.mea@maryland.gov

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Availability
Deadline: March 8, 2024

Program Maryland Smart Energy Communities (MSEC) Program

Organization Maryland Energy Administration

State Maryland

Funding Up to $6,000 per EV charging station and up to $7,500 per new EV purchase, maxing out at $75,000 per recipient.

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Maryland Smart Energy Communities (MSEC) program, administered by the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), offers local governments grants for transportation-related projects, including the purchase of new electric vehicles (EVs) or alternative fuel vehicles and the installation of EV charging stations.

Eligibility Local governments, state agencies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and communities. Eligible costs include the purchase of new EVs or AFVs and charging station equipment, and installation costs.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

msec.mea@maryland.gov

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Availability
Deadline: April 22, 2024

Program FY24 Medium-Duty and Heavy-Duty Zero-Emission Vehicle Grant Program (Formerly Clean Fuels Incentive Program)

Organization Maryland Energy Administration

State Maryland

Funding Up to 75% of the incremental cost of eligible vehicles and equipment. Separate funding pools for on-road vehicles and off-road equipment.

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is offering grants to purchase qualifying zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) and heavy equipment for commercial or industrial use. This program provides grants to Maryland fleet companies, organizations, and communities to help defray the costs of purchasing qualified, newly manufactured zero emission medium-duty or heavy-duty zero-emission fleet vehicles and qualified heavy equipment property.

Eligibility Fleet companies, organizations, and communities in Maryland are encouraged to apply. Eligible costs include qualifying on-road and off-road MDHD ZEVs.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $6,500,000

Contact

transportation.mea@maryland.gov

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Program Charge Ahead Grant Program (CAGP)

Organization Maryland Department of the Environment

State Maryland

Funding Up to $600,000 per applicant

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) offers grants of up to 60% of the cost for the installation of EV charging stations at workplaces through the Charge Ahead Grant Program (CAGP). The program is funded by Maryland’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust.

Eligibility Eligible entities include non-profits, private companies, and government agencies. CAGP funding is available for costs directly attributable to the design, installation, and operation of eligible workplace EV charging stations.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $3,680,000

Contact

mde.vw@maryland.gov

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Program Electric Corridors Grant Program (ECGP)

Organization Maryland Department of the Environment

State Maryland

Funding Up to $600,000 per applicant

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) offers grants of up to 80% of the cost for the installation of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations along Federal Highway Administration designated alternative fuel corridors through the Electric Corridors Grant Program (ECGP). The program is funded by Maryland’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust.

Eligibility DC Fast Charging stations installed along the Federal Highway Administration's designated alternative fuel corridors.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

mde.vw@maryland.gov

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Updated
June 4, 2024

Availability
Deadline: June 13, 2024

Program Diesel Emissions Grant Program

Organization Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

State Oregon

Funding 25-100% of the project cost, depending on project type, equipment and owner

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is providing approximately $8 million in grant funding every year for five years, starting in 2021. Revenue for this program is provided by the Environmental Mitigation Trust Fund, subject to the settlement agreement between the United States and Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. In 2019, the Oregon Legislature authorized the creation of a grant program supporting businesses, governments and equipment owners in replacing older and more polluting diesel engines with new, cleaner technologies and exhaust control retrofits. These grants will be disbursed to awardees as a reimbursement of eligible project costs incurred during the project period.

Eligibility Projects replacing diesel engine motor vehicles with an equivalent motor vehicle or replace a piece of equipment powered by a nonroad diesel engine with equivalent equipment or replacing an existing diesel engine with a newer, cleaner engine or power source that is certified by the Environmental Protection Agency and, if applicable, meet a more stringent set of engine emission standards. Retrofit projects are also eligible, equipping a diesel engine with new emissions-reducing parts or converting the diesel engine into an engine capable of being powered by alternative fuel.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $8,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

dieselgrants@deq.oregon.gov

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Updated
June 4, 2024

Availability
Deadline: June 3, 2024

Program Community Renewable Energy Grant Program

Organization Oregon Department of Energy

State Oregon

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE) administers the Community Renewable Energy Grant Program, which offers grants to tribal entities, local governments, port and irrigation districts, and consumer-owned utilities to plan and develop community renewable energy and energy resilience projects, including the installation of EV charging stations.

Eligibility ​Eligible projects include renewable energy generation systems like solar or wind, and energy storage systems, electric vehicle charging stations, or microgrid technologies paired with new or existing​ renewable energy systems.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $50,000,000

Contact

community.grants@energy.oregon.gov

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Availability
Deadline: June 21, 2024

Program Fleet Zero-Emission Resource Opportunity Grant

Organization Colorado Energy Office

State Colorado

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Colorado Energy Office Fleet Zero-Emission Resource Opportunity (Fleet-ZERO) grant program offers competitive grants to fleets for the purchase and installation of EV charging infrastructure.

Eligibility Funds can cover costs directly associated with the purchase and installation of EV charging equipment and infrastructure for fleets, as well as costs associated with the 5 year networking and 5 year warranty requirements for the program.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $3,000,000

Contact

Matt Lerman
matt.lerman@state.co.us

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Updated
June 4, 2024

Availability
2024 dates TBD

Program Electrifying School Buses Grant Program

Organization Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

State Colorado

Funding Up to $375,000

Category Infrastructure, School Bus

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) will administer the Electrifying School Buses Grant Program (Program), which provides funds to schools for the purchase of electric school buses and associated charging infrastructure.

Eligibility Eligible projects include the purchase and maintenance of electric school buses; the conversion of fossil-fuel powered school buses to electric buses; the purchase and installation of charging infrastructure; and electrical upgrades to support associated charging infrastructure.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Matt Goble
matthew.goble@state.co.us

Visit Website

Updated
June 4, 2024

Availability
Rolling basis

Program Colorado Clean Diesel Program

Organization Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

State Colorado

Funding 25% to 100% of the total project cost. See website for details.

Category Infrastructure, Off-Road, Truck

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) administers the Colorado Clean Diesel Program (CCDP), which provides funding to private and public entities to replace diesel vehicles and equipment with all-electric or hybrid-electric equivalents.

Eligibility Eligible projects include terminal tractors, construction equipment, bucket trucks, transportation refrigeration units, airport ground support equipment, lawn mowers, farm tractors, bucket trucks, snow groomers, idle-reduction technologies, and associated charging infrastructure.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $3,700,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

zpevec@cleanenergyeconomy.net

Visit Website

Updated
June 5, 2024

Availability
Deadline: June 21, 2024

Program Clean Fleet Vehicle and Technology Grant Program

Organization Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

State Colorado

Funding Up to $275,000 per vehicle

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description The Clean Fleet Enterprise Clean Fleet Vehicle and Technology Grant Program is a statewide competitive application process for new fleet vehicles, vehicle conversions, and clean fleet technology. Fleets will provide background information on their current fleet make-up, indicate the level of planning that has occurred for fleet transition, and provide financial information on vehicles and/or technology the fleet plans to acquire.

Eligibility Eligible projects include light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicles, and eligible alternative fuels include electricity, hydrogen, and compressed natural gas.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Matt Goble
matthew.goble@state.co.us

Visit Website

Updated
June 4, 2024

Program Advanced Industries (AI) Accelerator Program Grants (Various)

Organization Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade

State Colorado

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT) provides grants through the AI Accelerator Programs to promote growth and sustainability in Colorado’s AIs. Grants may be available for advanced industries such as vehicle and component manufacturing and biofuels. Four types of grants are available, including Proof of Concept, Early-Stage Capital and Retention, Collaborative Infrastructure, and AI Exports. Please visit the program's website for more information on all available grants.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Rama Haris
rama.haris@state.co.us
(303) 844-3707

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Updated
June 5, 2024

Availability
Deadline: June 14, 2024

Program Charge Ahead Colorado

Organization Colorado Energy Office

State Colorado

Funding Available funds start at $4,500 for a Level 2 charging station and range up to $70,000 for 100kW+ DCFCs, or 80% of the total cost of the charging station.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description Charge Ahead Colorado provides grant funding for community-based Level 2 (L2) and DC fast-charging (DCFC) electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The objectives of Charge Ahead Colorado are to improve air quality, reduce transportation emissions, and increase adoption of electric vehicles across Colorado.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include public, private and non‐profit organizations, local governments, school districts, state / federal agencies, apartment / condominium complexes, and businesses. Vendors who will own and operate the equipment are eligible to apply. Workplaces and multifamily housing are highly encouraged to apply and may be qualified to utilize the short, rolling application.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $3,000,000

Contact

Zahra A-Saloom
zahra.al-saloom@state.co.us
(720) 682-7693

Visit Website

Updated
June 4, 2024

Availability
2024 dates TBD

Program Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Plazas Program

Organization Colorado Energy Office

State Colorado

Funding $90,000-$140,000 per charging port

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) administers the Colorado Electric Vehicle (EV) DCFC Plazas Program. Priority locations are near downtown areas, high-density housing, commercial developments, transit hubs, transportation network company dense areas, and underserved communities. This program is funded by Colorado's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure plan.

Eligibility DC Fast Charging stations placed in communities and along highway corridors across Colorado.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $15,000,000

Contact

ceo_transportation@state.co.us

Visit Website

Updated
June 4, 2024

Program Innovative Truck Credit

Organization Colorado State Legislature

State Colorado

Funding Varies

Category Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description Colorado allows refundable income tax credits for the purchase or lease of qualifying motor vehicles and trucks. In general, the credit is allowed for new electric and plug-in hybrid electric motor vehicles and trucks that are titled and registered in Colorado, although several additional requirements apply. For complete information about these credits, please see Department publications Income Tax Topics: Innovative Motor Vehicle Credit and Income Tax Topics: Innovative Truck Credit, both of which are available on the program website.

Eligibility Light-duty EVs, Light-duty electric trucks, MD/HD trucks titled and registered in Colorado.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

N/a

Visit Website

Updated
January 9, 2024

Program Carl Moyer ZE Infrastructure Program

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description South Coast AQMD will be opening up applications within Carl Moyer program for ZE infrastructure projects.

Eligibility Infrastructure projects that enable the deployment of advanced and cleaner technologies to support the State’s air quality goals are also eligible for CMP funding. Specifically, projects in this category involve the installation of fueling or energy infrastructure that will be used to fuel or power zero emission heavy-duty vehicles or equipment.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $200,000,000

Contact

Tom Lee
On-Road/Infrastructure/Locomotive
909-396-2270

Alyssa Yan
Off-Road/Marine
909-396-2024

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Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Funding for M/HD Vehicle Upgrades and Supporting Infrastructure

Organization Bay Area AQMD

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is offering over $90 million in incentive funding to assist businesses and public agencies in reducing their emissions through vehicle and equipment upgrades, along with the installation of supporting zero-emission infrastructure.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $82,000,000
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE

Contact

Grants Programs Information Request Line, Strategic Incentives
415.749.4994
grants@baaqmd.gov

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Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates

Organization Eugene Water & Electric Board

State Oregon

Funding $500 available for residential customers; $1,500-$15,000 for commercial customers. See website for details.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description EWEB offers rebates to residential and commercial customers for the installation of EV charging stations.

Eligibility Residential and commercial customers operating in Oregon.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

ems.answers@eweb.org

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate

Organization Portland General Electric

State Oregon

Funding Charging hardware rebates of up to $1,000 per port for all customers, or $2,300 per port for multifamily properties.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description PGE offers commercial customers rebates for the installation of Level 2 EV charging stations.

Eligibility Open to commercial customers operating in Oregon.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

evrebate@pgn.com

Visit Website

Updated
June 4, 2024

Availability
CLOSED

Program Clean School Bus Grants

Organization Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

State Oregon

Funding Up to $50,000 per recipient.

Category School Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality must use funds awarded to Oregon through the Volkswagen (VW) Environmental Mitigation Trust and deposited in the Clean Diesel Engine Fund. Grants are awarded on a first come-first serve basis until the program goal of 450 diesel powered school buses are met.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

dieselgrants@deq.oregon.gov

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Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Clean Vehicle Rebate Program

Organization Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

State Oregon

Funding Varies

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Clean Vehicle Rebate Program provides rebates to Oregon residents, businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies for the purchase or lease of a new electric vehicle (EV), including a PHEV, electric motorcycle, or fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV).

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

oregoncvrp@energycenter.org

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Green Transportation Grant Program

Organization Washington State Department of Transportation

State Washington

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Truck, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) offers grants for projects that reduce the carbon intensity of the Washington transportation system, including fleet electrification, modification or replacement of facilities to facilitate fleet electrification and hydrogen fueling, upgrades to electrical transmission and distribution systems, and constructing of charging and fueling infrastructure. Please visit the program's website for more information on all available grants.

Eligibility To be eligible, a transit authority must provide matching funding of at least 20% of the total cost of the project.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

WSDOT public transportation grants
PTDGrants@wsdot.wa.gov

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Updated
June 12, 2024

Availability
Deadline: December 1, 2023

Program Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants

Organization Washington State Department of Commerce

State Washington

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Washington State Department of Commerce offers grants for the purchase and installation of Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations for use at public, workplace, tribal, and multi-unit dwelling (MUD) locations.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include MUDs, retail electric utilities, non-profits, government entities, and tribal governments.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Michael Graham
Clean Cities Coalition Director
Western Washington Clean Cities
Phone: (206)-338-6579
michael@cwcleancities.onmicrosoft.com

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Diesel Emission Reduction Grants (Various)

Organization Washington State Department of Ecology

State Washington

Funding Ranges from $400,000-$700,000 per recipient. See website for details.

Category Infrastructure, Off-Road, Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Washington State Department of Ecology offers grants for the replacement or repower of medium- and heavy-duty diesel refuse trucks, street sweepers, freight switcher locomotives, port cargo handling equipment, and forklifts with zero emission vehicles (ZEVs) and associated infrastructure. Please visit the program's website for more information on all available grants.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include local and state government entities, utilities, port authorities, school districts, universities, and tribal governments.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Molly Spiller
Environmental Specialist
molly.spiller@ecy.wa.gov
360-819-6552

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Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Commercial Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit

Organization Washington State Legislature

State Washington

Funding Ranges from $25,000-$100,000 per recipient. See website for details.

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description Businesses are eligible to receive tax credits for purchasing new or used medium- and heavy-duty AFVs and medium- and heavy-duty vehicles converted to alternative fuels, and installing alternative fueling infrastructure.

Eligibility Eligible alternative fuels are natural gas, propane, hydrogen, dimethyl ether, and electricity.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $32,500,000

Contact

TBD

Visit Website

Updated
June 12, 2024

Availability
Opens April 2025

Program Zero-Emissions Access Program Grant

Organization Washington State Department of Transportation

State Washington

Funding Ranges from $50,000-$200,000 per recipient. See website for details.

Category Infrastructure, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Zero-emissions Access Program (ZAP) grant provides funding for zero-emission carshare pilot programs. ZAP grants fund carshare pilot programs in underserved and low- to moderate-income communities that have limited access to public transportation or are in areas where emissions exceed state or federal standards.

Eligibility The ZAP grant is open to nonprofit organizations or local governments in Washington state.
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding $1,100,000
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

PTDGrants@wsdot.wa.gov

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Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Zero-emission Vehicle Infrastructure Partnerships Grant

Organization Washington State Department of Transportation

State Washington

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) offers competitive grants to strengthen and expand the West Coast Electric Highway network by deploying Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) electric vehicle (EV) chargers and hydrogen fueling infrastructure along highway corridors in Washington.

Eligibility Nonprofit organizations, tribes, and state and local government agencies such as cities, towns, counties, and districts are eligible to apply.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $30,200,000

Contact

partnerships@wsdot.wa.gov

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Updated
December 5, 2023

Program PowerMIDrive

Organization Consumers Energy

State Michigan

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Consumers Energy PowerMIDrive program offers rebates to residential customers who install Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations.

Eligibility Residential customers installing Level 2 chargers at home and commercial customers installing public Level 2 chargers and/or public DC Fast chargers.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

PowerMIDrive@cmsenergy.com

Visit Website

Updated
December 5, 2023

Program Michigan Mobility Funding Platform

Organization Michigan Economic Development Corporation

State Michigan

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Truck, Bus

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Office of Future Mobility and Electrification and the Michigan Department of Transportation administer the Michigan Mobility Funding Platform which provides grants to mobility and electrification companies to deploy their technology in Michigan, including electric vehicles (EVs) and EV charging stations.

Eligibility Eligible applicants must collaborate with a Michigan-based partner, meet a local use case in Michigan, and have matching funds available.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

TBD

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Charge Up Michigan Placement Project

Organization Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy

State Michigan

Funding Up to $70,000 per recipient.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) provides funding for public or private organization for the installation of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations, site preparation, and networking fees and signage.

Eligibility Public or private organizations that can host publicly accessible charging stations, can fulfill program priorities, and are enrolled in a utility rebate program are eligible to apply for this grant.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Lauren Magirl
MagirlL@Michigan.gov
517-582-0386

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Fuel Transformation Program

Organization Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy

State Michigan

Funding Begins at $500,000 per recipient.

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) offers grants for eligible on- and off-road vehicles and equipment.

Eligibility Projects must reduce nitrogen oxide emissions, improve air quality, and increase adoption of zero emission or alternative fuel vehicles and equipment.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $30,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Dan Zbozien
ZbozienD@Michigan.gov
517-290-5722

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Updated
December 5, 2023

Program Clean Diesel Grant

Organization Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy

State Michigan

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) provides schools districts, businesses, local government entities, nonprofit organizations, tribal organizations, and other qualifying entities with grants to replace medium- and heavy-duty diesel vehicles with hybrid, alternative fuel, and zero emission vehicles.

Eligibility Eligible projects include on-road, non-road, and marine vehicle, engine, and equipment replacements.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Dan Zbozien
ZbozienD@Michigan.gov
517-290-5722

Visit Website

Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Climate Smart Communities Grant Program

Organization New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

State New York

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Climate Smart Communities (CSC) Grant program was established in 2016 to provide grants to cities, towns, villages, and counties of the State of New York for eligible climate change mitigation, adaptation, and planning and assessment projects. Funds are available for two broad project categories - implementation and certification. The first project category supports implementation projects related to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (mainly outside the power sector) and climate change adaptation. The second supports planning and assessment projects aligned with Climate Smart Communities certification actions.

Eligibility All municipalities, defined as a county, city, town, village, or borough (referring only to Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island) within the State of New York are eligible to apply to the CSC Grant program.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $6,999,998

Contact

climatechange@dec.ny.gov

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Updated
December 5, 2023

Program NYC Clean Trucks Program

Organization New York State Department of Transportation

State New York

Funding Varies

Category Truck

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The NYC Clean Trucks Program is a rebate incentive funding program to reduce diesel exhaust emissions by replacing older, heavy polluting diesel trucks with more advanced, clean trucks and transportation technologies.

Eligibility Businesses that move goods and commercial truck operators located in or operating within 0.5 miles of program-approved IBZs throughout New York City can apply for rebate incentive funding to replace older, heavy polluting diesel trucks with clean, advanced trucks and transportation technologies.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

NYCCTP@tetratech.com

Visit Website

Updated
December 5, 2023

Program Vehicle Emissions Reduction and Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Project Funding

Organization New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

State New York

Funding Varies

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSEDEC) provides funding for diesel vehicle replacement and charging station infrastructure projects.

Eligibility The Plan provides funding for the replacement or repower of diesel medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, including Class 8 local freight or port drayage trucks, Class 4-8 school, shuttle, or transit buses, and Class 4-7 local freight trucks. The Plan also provides funding for the all-electric repower or replacement of airport ground support equipment, forklifts, and port cargo handling equipment, as well as light-duty EV charging stations.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $127,700,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

dar.web@dec.ny.gov

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Truck Voucher Incentive Program

Organization New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

State New York

Funding Varies

Category Transit, School Bus, Truck, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) provides incentives for all-electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks and buses. Incentives are released on a staggered schedule and are distributed based on the program's criteria. For more information on the criteria vehicles must meet, please visit the program website.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

NYDriveClean@energycenter.org

Visit Website

Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Charge Ready NY

Organization New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

State New York

Funding $4,000 per charging port installed at a public facility (must be located within a DAC). $2,000 per charging port installed at a workplace or multi-unit dwelling location. An additional incentive of $500 per port may be awarded for eligible charging equipment installed at a workplace or MUD location if located within a DAC.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) Charge Ready NY program offers rebates for public and private entities toward the purchase and installation of Level 2 EV charging station at public parking facilities, workplaces, and multi-unit dwellings.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $12,000,000

Contact

NYDriveClean@energycenter.org

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Updated
June 6, 2024

Program Drive Clean Rebate for Electric Cars Program

Organization New York State Energy Research and Development Authority

State New York

Funding $2,000 for the purchase or lease of a new eligible EV.

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) provides rebates of up to $2,000 for the purchase or lease of a new eligible EV.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

NYDriveClean@energycenter.org

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program CPRG Implementation Grants (Various)

Organization U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description EPA has announced two competitions for CPRG implementation grants – a general competition for applications from states, municipalities, tribes, tribal consortia, and territories, and a competition only for tribes, tribal consortia, and territories. Please visit the program's website for details on both competitions.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $4,300,000,000

Contact

CPRG@epa.gov

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Low or No Emission Vehicle Program

Organization Federal Transit Administration

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Transit, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Low or No Emission competitive program provides funding for the purchase or lease of zero-emission and low-emission transit buses as well as acquisition, construction, and leasing of required supporting facilities.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include direct or designated recipients of FTA grants; States; local governmental authorities; and Indian Tribes.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $1,690,000,000

Contact

Office of Program Management
Federal Transit Administration
202-366-2053

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Public Transportation on Indian Reservations Program; Tribal Transit Program

Organization Federal Transit Administration

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description Provides funding to federally recognized Indian tribes to provide public transportation services on and around Indian reservations or tribal land in rural areas. Federally recognized tribes may use the funding for capital, operating, planning, and administrative expenses for public transit projects that meet the growing needs of rural tribal communities.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include federally recognized American Indian or Alaska Native tribes as identified by the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA).
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $10,000,000

Contact

Office of Program Management
Federal Transit Administration
202-366-2053

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Nationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects (NSFLTP) Program

Organization U.S. Department of Transportation

Funding Up to $44,145,000 per recipient. See website for details.

Category Infrastructure, Transit

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Nationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects Program (NSFLTP) of The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act provides funding for the construction, reconstruction, and rehabilitation of nationally significant projects within, adjacent to, or accessing Federal and Tribal lands. This Program provides an opportunity to address significant challenges across the nation for transportation facilities that serve Federal and Tribal lands.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $88,290,000

Contact

Office of Federal Lands Highway
flh.webmaster@dot.gov
202-366-9494

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program EPA 2023 Clean School Bus (CSB) Grant Program

Organization U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, School Bus

Technology Battery Electric, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description EPA’s Clean School Bus (CSB) Grant Program incentivizes and accelerates the replacement of existing school buses with clean and Zero Emissions school buses.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $399,999,999
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

cleanschoolbus@epa.gov

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Tribal Energy Development Capacity (TEDC) Grant

Organization BIA Division of Energy and Mineral Development

Funding Ranges from $10,000 - $1,000,000 per recipient. See website for details.

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description Every year, the Division of Energy and Mineral Development provides the opportunity for Tribes to receive financial assistance to establish the legal framework for developing and regulating their energy resources.

Eligibility All federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Tribes, bands, villages, nations, or communities are eligible for TEDC grant funding.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Division of Energy and Mineral Development
tedcgrants@bia.gov
303-969-5270

Visit Website

Updated
December 7, 2023

Program Bus and Bus Facilities Grants

Organization Federal Transit Administration

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Competitive Program makes federal resources available to states and direct recipients to replace, rehabilitate and purchase buses and related equipment and to construct bus-related facilities, including technological changes or innovations to modify low or no emission vehicles or facilities. Funding is provided through formula allocations and competitive grants.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include state, local, and tribal governments that allocate funds to or operate fixed-route bus services, and eligible subrecipients include private nonprofit organizations engaged in public transportation.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $1,690,000,000

Contact

FTA Office of Program Management
202-366-2053

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Electric Vehicle Charger Reliability and Accessibility Accelerator

Organization Federal Highway Administration

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Federal Highway Administrating appoints ten percent of the NEVI Formula Program is set-aside for the Secretary of Transportation "to make grants to States and localities that require additional assistance to strategically deploy electric vehicle charging infrastructure." Funding made available in this set-aside from the NEVI program will focus on repairing or replacing non-operational EV chargers.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include State departments of transportation and local governments.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $100,000,000
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Diane Turchetta
diane.turchetta@dot.gov
Mary Kay Murray
mary.murray@dot.gov
Suraiya Motsinger
suraiya.motsinger@dot.gov

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Updated
December 6, 2023

Program RAISE Grants

Organization U.S. Department of Transportation

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity, or RAISE Discretionary Grant program, provides a unique opportunity for the DOT to invest in road, rail, transit and port projects that promise to achieve national objectives.

Eligibility RAISE can provide funding directly to any public entity, including municipalities, counties, port authorities, tribal governments, MPOs and more.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $775,000,000
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Office of Infrastructure Finance and Innovation
RAISEgrrants@dot.gov
202-366-0301

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Public School Energy Program

Organization U.S. Department of Energy

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, School Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Renew America's Schools program provides funding for local educational agencies to complete energy improvement upgrades.

Eligibility Eligible project partners include governmental entities, for-profit entities, and non-governmental organizations.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $500,000,000

Contact

schools@doe.go

Visit Website

Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging and Clean Transportation Grants (Various)

Organization U.S. Department of Energy

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) provides grants for transportation decarbonization research projects. Please visit the program's website for details on all grant offerings.

Eligibility Applicants must demonstrate how proposed projects will benefit underserved communities that lack access to clean transportation options.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

TBD

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) Funding

Organization U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Funding Varies

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) Program funds grants and rebates that protect human health and improve air quality by reducing harmful emissions from diesel engines. The program offers funding assistance to accelerate the upgrade, retrofit and turnover of the legacy diesel fleet.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $115,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

dera@epa.gov

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grants (Various)

Organization U.S. Department of Transportation

Funding Begins at $500K per recipient.

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Discretionary Grant Program (CFI Program) offers funding to deploy publicly accessible electric vehicle charging and alternative fueling infrastructure in urban and rural communities and along. The CFI Program offers two types of funding opportunities: the Community Charging and Fueling Grants (Community Program) and the Alternative Fuel Corridor Grants (Corridor Program). Please visit the program's website for details on all grant offerings.

Eligibility Eligible applicants include metropolitan planning organizations; U.S. territories; special purpose districts and public authorities; and state, local, and tribal governments.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $700,000,000
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

CFIgrants@dot.gov

Visit Website

Updated
December 6, 2023

Program Airport Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) and Infrastructure Incentives

Organization Federal Aviation Administration

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Zero Emissions Airport Vehicle and Infrastructure Pilot Program provides funding to airports for up to 50% of the cost to acquire ZEVs and install or modify supporting infrastructure for acquired vehicles.

Eligibility To be eligible, an airport must be for public use. Vehicles and infrastructure must meet the Federal Aviation Administration's Airport Improvement Program requirements, including Buy American requirements.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Michael Lamprecht
(866) 835-5322
michael.lamprecht@faa.gov

Visit Website

Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Clean Air Grants (Various)

Organization Santa Barbara County APCD

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District is providing grant funds to benefit public health by cost-effectively replacing old, high-polluting equipment with newer, cleaner equipment earlier than required by regulation or through normal attrition.

Please see website for details on other grant offerings.


Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Alex Economou
(805) 961-8894
grants@sbcapcd.org

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Updated
February 7, 2024

Program Clean Mobility Options

Organization * Other Organization, California Energy Commission (CEC) and California Air Resources Board (CARB)

State California

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description Clean Mobility Options (CMO) is statewide public program that empowers under-resourced communities across California to better understand and overcome mobility obstacles with vouchers that fund community needs assessments and clean, shared, zero-emission transportation projects. 

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Tiffany.Hoang@energy.ca.gov

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program Vehicle-to-Building for Resilient Backup Power

Organization California Energy Commission (CEC) and Electric Program Investment Charge Program (EPIC)

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The purpose of this solicitation is to fund applied research and technology demonstration and deployment projects that accelerate development of technologies allowing individual or fleets of plug-in electric vehicles to power homes or buildings during electricity outages or intentional islanding events.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

ben.wender@energy.ca.gov

Visit Website

Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Community Air Protection Incentives Program

Organization Bay Area AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description These Guidelines provide eligibility and funding criteria for two new project categories, and represent CARB’s first steps in providing incentives to clean up stationary sources of air pollution. The new project categories are incentives to reduce hexavalent chromium emissions from chrome plating activities, and a suite of project types to reduce exposure at public schools.  These Guidelines will continue to be expanded with new categories of projects, to be responsive to the needs of the most heavily impacted communities across the State.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $35,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

"Adam Shapiro
415.749.4994
grants@baaqmd.gov"

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Availability
See website for details

Program EV Fleet Charger & Infrastructure Rebate

Organization * Other Organization, Anaheim Public Utilities

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description This program provides rebates to commercial customers and schools to electrify their vehicle fleet. Business fleet customers receive $5,000 per charging station and up to $45,000 per site for associated EV charger infrastructure upgrades. Schools receive $10,000 per EV charger and up to $95,000 per site for associated infrastructure upgrades.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE

Contact

714-765-4250 Evrebates@anaheim.net

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Availability
See website for details

Program Public Access EV Charger Rebate

Organization * Other Organization, Anaheim Public Utilities

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description Anaheim Public Utilities is offering Public Access Electric Vehicle Charging Station rebates to commercial, industrial, and municipal customers who install Level 2 (240-Volt) or higher plug-in electric vehicle (EV) chargers at locations accessible to patrons, multi-family dwelling residents, commuters and visitors.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE

Contact

714-765-4250 Evrebates@anaheim.net

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Sacramento Emergency Clean Air and Transportation (SECAT) Program

Organization Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD, Sacramento Municipal Utility District

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Transit, School Bus, Truck

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description SECAT's goal is to promote zero and near-zero emission on-road heavy-duty vehicles operating in the SACOG region.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Oliverio Barragan
obarragan@airquality.org
(916) 201-0802

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program San Joaquin Valley Truck Replacement Program

Organization San Joaquin Valley APCD

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Truck

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description Replace on-road diesel trucks with alternative technology units. This program will accelearate emissions reductions in low income and disadvantaged communities experienceing greater air quality impacts.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

grants@valleyair.org
(559) 230-5800

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Availability
See website for details

Program Trade Corridor Enhancement Program

Organization California Transportation Commission

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description Provides funding for infrastructure improvements on federally designated Trade Corridors of National and Regional Significance, on California's portion of the National Highway Freight Network, and along other corridors that have a high volume of freight movement. It is a reimbursement program for eligible costs incurred.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Hannah Walter
hannah.walter@catc.ca.gov
(916) 653-0224

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program EnergIIZE Commercial Vehicles

Organization * Other Organization, California Energy Commission

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description EnergIIZE Commercial Vehicles (Energy Infrastructure Incentives for Zero-Emission Commercial Vehicles) is the nation's first commercial vehicle fleet infrastructure incentive project. Funded by the California Energy Commission’s Clean Transportation Program and implemented by CALSTART, EnergIIZE provides incentives for zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) infrastructure equipment for medium- and heavy-duty battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in California. The project provides a user-friendly and streamlined process for participation by breaking down infrastructure deployment barriers through targeted incentives and specialized assistance.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $50,000,000
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

EnergIIZE Team
1 (877) 367-4493
infrastructure@calstart.org

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Commercial EV Rebates

Organization Turlock Irrigation District

State California

Funding $1000 rebate to businesses that install a qualifying Level 2 EV Charger. $1000 rebate towards the purchase of a new, all electric Class 1 or Class 2 forklift. Up to a $5000 rebate per new or used ZEV, plug-in BEV for your business.

Category Infrastructure, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description Plug-in electric vehicles are connected, fun and practical. They can reduce emissions that contribute to climate change and smog and can even save you money. Rebates from TID make it even more economical to purchase and charge your plug-in electric vehicle.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE

Contact

rebates@TID.org

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Drive EV

Organization * Other Organization, Sonoma Clean Power

State California

Funding Up tp $4500 Clean Vehicle Rebate. Up to $750 Clean Fuel Rebate. Possible $7500 Federal Tax Credit

Category Infrastructure, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description Sonoma Clean Power offers a variety of incentives for customers to purchase EV and/or Plug-In Hybrid vehicles and install residential chargers.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

TBD

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Residential Electric Vehicle and Charger Incentive Program

Organization Pasadena Water & Power

State California

Funding Up to $1500 rebate per vehicle. Up to $600 rebate per charger

Category Infrastructure, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description PWP residential electric customers are eligible for a rebate when they purchase or lease a new or used plug-in electric vehicle (EV). Customers are allowed to receive incentives for up to 2 EVs per address every 3 years.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Evan Johnson
evanjohnson@cityofpasadena.net
(626) 744-4529

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Commercial Charger Incentive Program

Organization Pasadena Water & Power

State California

Funding Up to $6,000 per Port

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description The Pasadena Department of Water and Power offers a rebate to customers who install EV infrastructure for commercial use.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE

Contact

Evan Johnson
evanjohnson@cityofpasadena.net
(626) 744-4529

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate

Organization Glendale Water & Power

State California

Funding Commercial/Multi Unit Dwelling - up to $6000 per charger and up to four rebates. Residential - up to $599

Category Infrastructure, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description GWP provides rebates to commercial and residential customers toward the purchase of Level 2 EVSE.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

Technicalresponse@icf.com
800-254-6735

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Personal Use EV Charger Rebates

Organization * Other Organization, Anaheim Public Utilities

State California

Funding See website for detials

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description Anaheim Public Utilities is offering rebates to customers (both residential/domestic and business/non-domestic) who install Level 2 (240-Volt) plug-in Electric Vehicle (EV) Chargers

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE

Contact

714-765-4250 Evrebates@anaheim.net

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Rebate

Organization Alameda Power & Telecom

State California

Funding $800 per Level 2 Charger

Category Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description Your community-owned electric utility offers a wide variety of rebates and incentives to help you make green choices and switch to electric appliances. Check out AMP's generous rebates on electric panel upgrades, heat pump water heaters, and more.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Light duty
Total Funding TBD

Contact

TBD

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Liberty Utilities EVSE Rebate

Organization Liberty Utilities

State California

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Transit, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description With the Liberty EV Charger Rebate Program, customers receive rebates to offset the cost of installing smart EV chargers.

Eligibility Please see website for details
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $1,750,000

Contact

Matt Newberry
matt.newberry@libertyutilities.com
(530) 721-6834

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Program Clean Air Incentive Grant Program

Organization San Luis Obispo County APCD

State California

Funding Varies per program

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The SLO County Clean Air Incentive Grant Program houses funding for agriculture and other off-road equipment replacement or repower, EV infrastructure, marine repower, old car buyback, wood burning device changeout, and school bus replacement (funded periodically). Please see their website for information regarding each individual program.

Eligibility See website for details.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $1,296,000

Contact

Vince Kirkhuff
vkirkhuff@co.slo.ca.us
(805)781-4247

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Proposition 1B – Goods Movement Program

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Truck

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description Prop 1B Program is intended to reduce diesel air pollution from goods movement trucks. The projects funded by the Prop 1B must achieve early or extra emission reductions that are not required by a law or regulation.

This is a CARB program that is administered by local Air Districts. This is the listing information for SCAQMD.

Eligibility See Prop 1B website for eligibility requirements.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $6,406,088
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Tom Lee
(TLee@aqmd.gov)

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS)

Organization * Other Organization, California Air Resources Board (CARB)

State California

Funding Varies

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description The LCFS helps to decrease the carbon intensity of California's transportation fuel pool and provide an increasing range of low-carbon and renewable alternatives, which reduce petroleum dependency and achieve air quality benefits.

Eligibility See Certified Fuel Pathways: https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/resources/documents/lcfs-pathway-certified-carbon-intensities
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty, N/A
Total Funding TBD
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Arpit Soni
916-323-2661
Arpit.Soni@arb.ca.gov

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program VW Trust Zero Emission Transit and School Bus

Organization San Joaquin Valley APCD

State California

Funding Up to $400,000

Category Transit, School Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description This category of VW Trust is to replace 2009 or older Transit and Shuttle buses with Zero-Emission buses or 2006 or older School Buses with Zero-Emission School Buses.

Eligibility Replacement of 2009 or older Transit and Shuttle buses OR 2006 or older School Buses.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $65,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Crystal Yunker
(559) 230-5961
Crystal.Yunker@valleyair.org

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Program VW Environmental Mitigation Program – South Coast AQMD

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description This category of the VW Trust is intended to support the expansion of zero-emission truck availability in the heaviest weight class that have typically relied on diesel technologies

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Ping Gui
PGui@aqmd.gov

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Program VW Environmental Mitigation – Combustion Freight and Marine Projects

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Off-Road, Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description This category of the VW Trust is intended to accelerate the replacement of older, higher polluting engines, particularly in areas that are disproportionately impacted by air pollution, such as freight corridors, ports, and rail yards.

Eligibility See VW website for eligibility requirements
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $19,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Ping Gui
PGui@aqmd.gov

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Carl Moyer Program (Bay Area AQMD)

Organization Bay Area AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description This is a CARB program that is administered by local Air Districts. This is the listing information for BAAQMD.

Eligibility See website for details.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $30,000,000
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Adam Shapiro
415.749.4994
grants@baaqmd.gov

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Prop 1B Goods Movement Emission Reduction Program

Organization Bay Area AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Off-Road, Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description The Proposition 1B: Goods Movement Emission Reduction Program is a partnership between the California Air Resources Board, or CARB, and local agencies to quickly reduce diesel emissions and health risk from freight movement along California trade corridors. Projects funded under this program must achieve early or extra emission reductions not otherwise required by law or regulation.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $30,000,000
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Hanna Muegge
415.749.4994
hmuegge@baaqmd.gov

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Program VW Environmental Mitigation – Zero-Emission Freight and Marine Projects

Organization Bay Area AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Off-Road, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description Funding to replace Airport Ground Support Equipment; Port Cargo Handling Equipment; Heavy-lift forklifts (8,000 lbs and up); repower Ferries, Tug and Towboats; and install Shore Power projects. 

Eligibility See website for details.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $70,000,000
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

CaliforniaVWTrust@baaqmd.gov
1-844-9VW-FUND

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Availability
Updated daily at www.californiahvip.org/funding/

Program HVIP

Organization * Other Organization, CARB

State California

Funding Varies

Category Transit, School Bus, Truck, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description The Hybrid and Zero Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) offers point-of-sale discounts to make advanced-technology vehicles more affordable for fleets. Dealers learn the voucher-processing system, which provides fewer complications for purchasers. HVIP has funded over 11,000 clean technology vehicles and over $600 million in funding since the program began in 2009.

Eligibility HVIP incentives can cover up to 90% of vehicle costs for private fleet vehicles and 100% for public fleets. See more information at www.californiahvip.org/purchasers/
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $446,721,684
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Tarah Campi, HVIP Deputy Director
626-744-5628
tcampi@calstart.org

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Program Commercial EV Program

Organization Sacramento Municipal Utility District

State California

Funding $750-$15,000

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description Provides incentives for Light, Medium, and Heavy duty commercial vehicles, that are charged at an EVSE unit participating in the SMUD Commercial Charging program.

Eligibility See website for details.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD

Contact

TBD

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program Sacramento County Incentive Project

Organization Sacramento Municipal Utility District

State California

Funding Funding amount dependent on technology type - see website for details.

Category Infrastructure

Technology Battery Electric


Program Description The Sacramento County Incentive Project promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure by offering $15.5 million in rebates for the purchase and installation of eligible electric vehicle (EV) chargers in Sacramento County. $7.7 million in rebates is available for Level 2 EV chargers, and $7.8 million is available for DC fast chargers.

Eligibility See website for details.
Vehicle Class Light duty, Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $15,500,000
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

TBD

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP)

Organization Caltrans

State California

Funding Varies

Category Infrastructure, Transit, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description The TIRCP was created to fund transformative capital improvements that modernize California’s intercity rail, bus (including feeder buses to intercity rail services, as well as vanpool services that are eligible to report as public transit to the Federal Transit Administration), ferry, and rail transit systems.

Eligibility See website for details.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $500,000,000
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Linda Jones
(916) 907-2229
linda.p.jones@dot.ca.gov

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program Clean Vehicle Fueling Infrastructure

Organization San Joaquin Valley APCD

State California

Funding Up to $1,000,000

Category Infrastructure

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description New build and expansion projects for heavy-duty alternative fuels such as Natural Gas, Hydrogen Fuel Cell and Battery Electric Charging

Eligibility Private and Public agencies building either private use facilities or publically accessible facilities
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $15,000,000
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE

Contact

David Lopez
(559) 230-6144
David.Lopez@valleyair.org

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Updated
January 18, 2024

Program Clean Fuels Program – Multiple Projects

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding $100,000 to $1,000,000

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description To develop and demonstrate pre-commercial technology that will result in emission reductions from mobile sources

Eligibility See website for Program Terms and Conditions
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $13,000,000

Contact

Joseph Impullitti, 909-396-2025, jimpullitti@aqmd.gov

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Updated
December 21, 2023

Program Enhanced Fleet Modernizaton Program

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Transit, School Bus, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description Branded as "Replace Your Ride" here in the South Coast Air Basin. This program provides vouchers up to $9,500 to lower income motorists to scrap and replace their older vehicle with a cleaner vehicle, and can pay for cost and installation of chargers.

Eligibility See Replace Your Ride website for eligibility requirements.
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Tom Lee (TLee@aqmd.gov)

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program AB 617 Community Air Protection Program (CAPP) Incentives

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description Incentives are for projects that will reduce emissions in designated disadvantaged and low-income communities. These funds are allocated each year through the state's budget process. The first two years of CAPP incentives used primarily for mobile source projects under Moyer and Prop 1B.

This is a CARB program that is administered by local Air Districts. This is the listing information for the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD).

Eligibility See Community Air Protection Incentives Guidelines
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Walter Shen (WShen@aqmd.gov)

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Program FARMER – South Coast AQMD

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Off-Road, Truck

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Funding Agricultural Replacement Measures for Emission Reductions (FARMER) Program provides funding through local air districts for agricultural harvesting equipment, heavy-duty trucks, agricultural pump engines, tractors, etc.

This is a CARB program that is administered by local Air Districts. This is the listing information for the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD).

Eligibility See FARMER Guidelines
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Alyssa Yan
ayan@aqmd.gov

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Program Carl Moyer State Reserve

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Off-Road, Truck, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description Each year, California Air Resources Board (CARB) reserves 10% of total Moyer funding for certain projects at their discretion. Traditionally, CARB has allocated these funds to air districts for specific project types.

Eligibility See Carl Moyer Program Guidelines
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Walter Shen (WShen@aqmd.gov)

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program Carl Moyer Program – South Coast AQMD

Organization South Coast AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description Provides incentives to owners of heavy-duty diesel engines and equipment to scrap and purchase cleaner engines and equipment and install infrastructure.

This is a CARB program that is administered by local Air Districts. This is the listing information for the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD).

Eligibility See Carl Moyer Program Guidelines
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Walter Shen (WShen@aqmd.gov)

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program FARMER – SMAQMD

Organization Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Off-Road, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Funding Agricultural Replacement Measures for Emission Reductions (FARMER) Program provides funding through local air districts for agricultural harvesting equipment, heavy-duty trucks, agricultural pump engines, tractors, and other equipment used in agricultural operations.

This is a CARB program that is administered by local Air Districts. This is the listing information for the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (SMAQMD).

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Michael Neuenburg
Mneuenburg@airquality.org
(916) 531-1119

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Availability
See website for details

Program Community Air Protection Program (CAPP)

Organization Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD

State California

Funding Varies

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The State Legislature set aside funds for air quality improvement projects in communities most impacted by air pollution and to accompany AB 617 Community Air Monitoring efforts. This funding is being implemented through the Community Air Protection (CAP) Incentives Program, which is a separate, but a counterpart effort to the AB 617 Community Air Protection Blue Print and designated AB617 South Sacramento/Florin Air Monitoring Community. 

This is a CARB program that is administered by local Air Districts. This is the listing information for the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (SMAQMD).

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Michael Neuenburg
Mneuenburg@airquality.org
(916) 531-1119

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program Carl Moyer – DMV $2

Organization Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Infrastructure, Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox, Other Fuel Technology


Program Description The Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program (Carl Moyer Program) was established in 1998 to fund the incremental cost of cleaner-than-required heavy-duty engines. This program is named in honor of the late Dr. Carl Moyer, whose extraordinary dedication, hard work, vision and leadership made this program possible. He created and masterminded this program, in a noble effort to unite business and government in the name of public interest to improve California's air quality.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles
Equity
Component
This rebate has an equity component

Contact

Michael Neuenburg
Mneuenburg@airquality.org
(916) 531-1119

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program San Pedro Bay Ports Technology Advancement Program (TAP)

Organization Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, Hybrid


Program Description The Ports are committed to encouraging the development of cutting-edge emission-reduction technologies. The Ports' Technology Advancement Program, aka TAP, provides funding, guidance, and staff support to test promising air technologies in a real-world port environment.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding TBD
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE

Contact

Morgan Caswell
morgan.caswell@polb.com

Visit Website

Updated
April 25, 2023

Program VW Mitigation Trust

Organization CARB

State California

Funding Up to $1.5 million

Category Transit, School Bus, Off-Road, Truck, Bus, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description Funding primarily for "scrap and replace" projects for the heavy-duty sector, such as freight trucks, buses, forklifts and port cargo handling equipment, commercial marine vessels, and freight switcher locomotives; also light-duty ZEV infrastructure. See website current funding availability.

Eligibility See website for details
Vehicle Class Medium/Heavy Duty
Total Funding $423,000,000
EnergIIZE
Stackable
This rebate can be combined with EnergIIZE
Scrappage
Required
This rebate requires scrapping old vehicles

Contact

Eric Brown
eric.brown@arb.ca.gov
279.208.7477

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Program CORE (Clean Off-Road Equipment)

Organization CARB

State California

Funding See website for details

Category Off-Road

Technology Hydrogen, Battery Electric


Program Description The second iteration of the CORE Project, which is slated to launch summer of 2022, is intended to accelerate the commercial deployment of zero-emission off-road equipment by providing a streamlined approach for purchasers to offset the higher cost of such technologies. CORE vouchers are available to purchasers on a first-come, first-serve basis, with increased incentives for equipment located in disadvantaged communities and small businesses and sole proprietors in the newly added landscaping segment. In addition to lawn and garden, CORE will also be funding agriculture, construction, and harbor craft equipment. See the website for current funding availability.

Eligibility For Technology Manufacturers: Demonstrate commercial readiness of zero-emission equipment. For Fleets: 800 hours/year and operation in CA. See website for additional details.
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding $130,000,000

Contact

Todd Sterling
todd.sterling@arb.ca.gov
916-538-5111

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Updated
April 25, 2023

Program FARMER – CARB

Organization CARB

State California

Funding Varies

Category Off-Road, Truck, Other Vehicle Type

Technology Battery Electric, CNG/Low Nox


Program Description The Funding Agricultural Replacement Measures for Emission Reductions (FARMER) Program provides funding through local air districts for agricultural harvesting equipment, heavy-duty trucks, agricultural pump engines, tractors, and other equipment used in agricultural operations.

Please note that this program is administered via local Air District and not by CARB. Accordingly, please look to your local Air District for more specific details and to apply.

Eligibility Eligibility is determined by the FARMER Guidelines and the air districts. Criteria include, but are not limited to: agricultural operation, compliance with applicable regs, etc
Vehicle Class N/A
Total Funding TBD