Updated: Nov 21
Are you looking to make a significant impact on electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure in Washington State? The Washington Electric Vehicle Charging Program (WAEVCP) is here to help, and it's currently accepting applications to incentivize the installation of charging stations across the state.
More Information: https://waevcharging.org/
Substantial Funding Available
In this current solicitation, the program is making an impressive $64 million in funding available. If you're considering installing EV charging stations, this is an opportunity you don't want to miss. Applicants can qualify for substantial awards, including up to $203,000 for installing 20 level 2 chargers, $663,000 for six fast-charging ports (DCFC), or $723,000 for a combination of both level 2 and DCFC chargers.
Who Can Apply?
The WAEVCP is open to a variety of eligible applicants, including cities, counties, tribes, utilities, and nonprofit organizations. Whether you represent a local government or a nonprofit focused on sustainability, this program offers an avenue for you to make a significant impact on EV infrastructure in your community.
Diverse Project Types Welcome
While all types of EV charging projects are eligible, the program strongly encourages applications for public charging stations. Additionally, projects located in low-income or underserved communities, as well as those filling geographical charging gaps, are especially encouraged. This is an opportunity to ensure that EV charging infrastructure reaches those who need it most.
The clock is ticking, but there's still time to take advantage of this funding opportunity. Applications are currently being accepted, with the deadline set for December 1st, 2023. So, if you're considering applying, now is the time to act.
Get Informed and Get Support
About the Program Webinar: HERE
If you have any questions regarding eligibility or the application process, we're here to assist you. Feel free to reach out to us directly for personalized support @ WAEVCharging@wwcleancities.org. Additionally, for comprehensive program details, including eligibility criteria and a scoring resource guide, you can visit the official WAEVCP website.