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  • Jodie Alexander

CA: CEC Clean Transportation Program Update – $1.9B Expansion to Zero-Emission Transportation Infrastructure

On February 14, the California Energy Commission (CEC) approved a $1.9 billion investment plan to accelerate progress on the state’s electric vehicle (EV) charging and hydrogen refueling goals. These investments will help deploy infrastructure for light, medium, and heavy-duty zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) across California,

Here are some highlights from the CEC's announcement:

  • This funding is in addition to the $1.8B already invested in ZEV infrastructure.

  • 50% of this additional $1.9B is targeted to benefit priority populations.

  • The funds are slated for:

  • 40,000 new chargers statewide

  • Light-duty charging infrastructure ($657.6M)

  • Zero-Emissions Truck and Bus infrastructure ($1.02B)

  • Emerging opportunities ($46M)

  • Zero-Emissions Vehicle Workplace development ($5m)

  • Zero-Emission Port Infrastructure ($130M)

  • These funds will be for implementation through competitive grants over the next 4 years.

  • Projects will include direct incentive and rebate programs for businesses, non-profit organizations, tribes and public agencies.

Grant Management Associates has years of experience with funding opportunities. Contact us today for a consultation.

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