Estimated first round of funds released date expected in 2nd quarter 2022.
NOFO expected to open in Q3 2022.
- State Government
Reserved for Energy
Description: To provide funding to states to support electric transmission and distribution planning as well as planning activities and programs that help reduce carbon emissions in all sectors of the economy, including the transportation sector and accelerate the use of alternative transportation fuels and vehicle electrification.
Eligible Uses: Energy conservation measures, renewable energy measures, and programs to increase deployment of clean energy technologies in buildings, industry and transportation, including programs to help reduce carbon emissions in the transportation sector and accelerate the use of alternative transportation fuels for, and the electrification of, State government vehicles, fleet vehicles, taxis and ridesharing services, mass transit, school buses, ferries, and privately owned passenger and medium- and heavy-duty vehicles .
Related ResourcesBipartisan Infrastructure Law State Fact Sheets Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Maps Dashboard DOE’s Clean Cities Coalition Network Technical Assistance to assist with alternative fuels, fuel economy improvements, and emerging transportation technologies.
Technical assistance to assist with alternative fuels, fuel economy improvements, and emerging transportation technologies.An Interactive Diagram for Carbon Management Provisions Energy Transitions Playbook
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