The Federal Highway Administration plans to publish a Notice of Funding Opportunity in 2022.
Webinar: Themes from the First Two Months of Technical Assistance – May 2, 2022 | 12:30 p.m. ET
Join us for a discussion of common themes and questions encountered during the first two months of state technical assistance (TA) by the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation. We will discuss station and corridor terms and definitions, differences between the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program and alternative fuel corridors designations, common state plan needs, and the exception process. New TA offerings also will be presented, including regional support teams and TA office hours. Finally, we will introduce future webinars on equity and other topics related to state plan development. The webinar will conclude with ample time for questions. For more information, contact us.
- Local Government
- Native/Tribal Entity
- State Government
Reserved for Energy
Program funds will be made available each fiscal year for Community Grants, to install EV charging and alternative fuel in locations on public roads, schools, parks, and in publicly accessible parking facilities. These grants will be prioritized for rural areas, low-and moderate-income neighborhoods, and communities with low ratios of private parking, or high ratios of multiunit dwellings.
Eligible uses include: Acquisition and installation of publicly accessible EV charging or alternative fueling infrastructure, operating assistance (for the first 5 years after installation), acquisition and installation of traffic control devices.
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