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Funding for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Opens

Funding for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Opens

Join one of the webinars listed below to get more information




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The Light Duty Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program, a statewide program funding electric vehicle charging infrastructure, is now open. The Program will provide $5 million in Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust funding for the purchase and installation of new charging stations for battery electric vehicles. The program goals are to: 

  • Direct at least 50 percent of funds to disadvantaged and low-income communities. 
  • Expand EV charging access state-wide and close geographic gaps in coverage. 

The solicitation is available on the VW Light Duty Electric Infrastructure Program website, along with application information and other key details about the program.

Webinars

To learn more, attend one of the upcoming webinars on the solicitation in which program information will be shared:

Webinar 1
Date: Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM (Pacific Daylight Time)
Register

Webinar 2
Date: Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM (Pacific Daylight Time)
Register

More information can be found on the website at https://www.californiavwtrust.org/ev-infrastructure/, by emailing CaliforniaVWTrust@baaqmd.gov, or calling 1-844-9VW-FUND.

Please sign up for the VW LDI e-mail list and visit the website to stay up-to-date on program announcements. 

This solicitation will close on Thursday, July 15, at 5:00 PM (Pacific Daylight Time).

Background 

The VW Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program is part of the VW Environmental Mitigation Trust, a nationwide program that provides $423 million for California to fully mitigate the excess nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions caused by VW’s use of illegal emissions testing defeat devices in VW diesel vehicles. California’s funding will support advanced technology vehicle and equipment deployments and accelerate the zero-emission transformation of the heavy-duty fleet. 

For more information on the VW Environmental Mitigation Trust and details on eligibility requirements for the VW Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program, visit www.californiavwtrust.org

Contact

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is serving as the statewide administrator of the funding for the VW Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program under contract to the California Air Resources Board. 

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