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CA NEVI 2023 Plan Approved: $40M in Competitive EV Charging Funding Planned to be Coming Soon

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CA NEVI 2023 Plan


Caltrans; CEC


The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is the designated lead agency for NEVI. The CEC is their designated state energy partner. Caltrans and the CEC have partnered to create California's Deployment Plan for the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program that describes how the state plans to allocate its $384 million share of federal NEVI funds to build out a network of modern, high-powered DC fast chargers along federally designated Alternative Fuel Corridors throughout California.

Each NEVI-funded DC fast charge station will have a minimum of four 150 kW Combined Charging System (CCS) connectors and a minimum total station power of 600 kW. Stations will be located no more than 50 miles apart along freeways and highways and no more than 1 mile from a freeway exit or highway roadway. States are required to emphasize equity, with at least 40 percent of NEVI benefits going to disadvantaged, low income, rural and tribal communities.

California is preparing to open the state’s first competitive solicitation for NEVI funding, with more than $40 million available to support 291 fast charging ports at 28 sites across six corridor projects.

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