The state Transportation Electrification Strategy projects that we will need another million charging ports by 2030 to be on track to meet our carbon reduction targets.
Funded by the Climate Commitment Act, the state is making major investments in Zero Emission Vehicle infrastructure. Now the state is making $64 million in grant funding available through the Washington Electric Vehicle Charging Program (WAEVCP) to reduce the costs associated with installing Level 2 and direct current fast chargers for public use.
Have you thought about putting EV chargers at a property you own or manage – a multi-family housing unit, a workplace, a fleet depot or a site for public fast-charging?
If so, Clean & Prosperous Institute can help you compete for the WAEVCP grant funding. Up to $9,000 per level 2 charging port or up to $99,000 for a 100kW fast-charging port is possible through our new Charging Forward Together program.
As a 501(c)(3) representing businesses and organizations in Washington state, we are in a position to help property owners and EVSE project developers acquire funding for EV charging stations through an application to the Washington EV Charging Program.
Adding EV chargers to your property can add value, attract customers, and even put you on the map!
We have created our Charging Forward Together program to help accelerate the transition to a net-zero carbon economy. We know fueling our transportation system on locally produced electricity is a win-win for our state and will help drive customers to early adopter locations.
For more information about Clean & Prosperous Institute’s new Charging Forward Together program, and how it may help you win funding from the state’s Electric Vehicle Charging Program, click HERE.