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CA Charging and Refueling Infrastructure (CRITICAL PATHS) $20M Funding Opportunity – Due 11/17

Opportunity Title:

Charging and Refueling Infrastructure for Transport in California Provided Along Targeted Highway Segments (CRITICAL PATHS)

Funder/Agency:

CA Energy Commission

Opportunity Number:

Departmental Grant ID:GFO-23-602

Portal ID:49316

Description:

This is a competitive grant solicitation. The California Energy Commission’s (CEC’s) Clean Transportation Program announces the availability of up to $20 million in grant funds for projects that will design, construct, and operate publicly available medium- and heavy-duty (MDHD) zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) refueling and/or charging infrastructure along designated corridors.


In order to accelerate actions to mitigate climate change, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order (EO) N-79-20 in September 2020 and set targets for 100 percent of drayage trucks to be zero emission by 2035, and 100 percent of MDHD vehicles to be zero emission by 2045, for all operations where feasible.


Solicitation objectives include:

  • Supporting MDHD ZEV hydrogen refueling or charging stations along designated corridors to build out infrastructure for the MDHD ZEV goals set forth in EO N-79-20, the Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) and Advanced Clean Fleet (ACF) regulations, and other applicable statewide goals and regulations.

  • Supporting a coordinated strategy with other agencies for the MDHD ZEV infrastructure build-out statewide.

Eligibility:

Business Individual Nonprofit Other Legal Entity Public Agency Tribal Government

Award Details:

Total Amount Available:

$20,000,000

Deadline:

November 17, 2023


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