Grants for Carriers

North America

Join the sustainability movement for carriers

This page is for freight carriers seeking grants and incentives to join the sustainability movement and save money. From electrification to alternative fuel tax credits and green trucking accessories there is something for all.

Contact our Brokerage sustainability team with any questions regarding grants

Email: [email protected] or Call: 604-757-4804

The format of each grant entry is as follows:

  • Federal/State/Province
  • Region (if applicable)
  • Grant name
  • Type – alternative fuels (CNG, LNG, RNG, hydrogen fuel cell), charging, electric vehicle, refueling, other (Ex. retrofitting, sustainable trucking accessories), all
  • Incentive ($ values are listed in currency of grant location)
  • Grant specific contact (if available)
  • Application link/ any additional links (if applicable)
  • Description
  • Any additional necessary information (if applicable)
  • Additional links (if applicable)
  • Application deadline (if urgent/important)

Facts

  • TOTAL Grants = 92
  • Charging = 49
  • Electric Vehicle = 36
  • Alternative Fuels = 33
  • Refueling = 7
  • Other = 6

AF – Alternative Fuel GVWR – Gross Vehicle Weight Rating
AFV – Alternative Fuel Vehicle HEV – Hybrid Electric Vehicle
APU – Auxiliary Power Unit LNG – Liquified Natural Gas
B&O – Business and Occupation NGV – Natural Gas Vehicle
BEV – Battery Electric Vehicle PEV – Plug-In Electric Vehicle
CARB – California Air Resources Board PM – Particulate Matter
CNG – Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle PUT – Public Utility
DAC – Disadvantaged Community REC – Renewable Energy Credit
DCFC – Direct Current Fast Charger RFP – Request for Proposal
DOC – Diesel Oxidation Catalyst RNG – Renewable Natural Gas
DPF – Diesel Particulate Filter TRU – Transportation Refrigeration Units
EVSE – Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment TSE – Truck Stop Electrification
EV – Electric Vehicle VOC – Volatile Organic Compound
FCEV – Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle ZEV – Zero Emissions Vehicle
GPS – Global Positioning System

Qualified Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Tax Credit 

Electric Vehicle 

$2,500 – $7,500

U.S. Internal Revenue Service, (800) 829-1040

  • Available for purchase of a new qualified PEV that draws propulsion using a traction battery and has a GVWR up to 14,000 pounds
  • Credit per vehicle is limited to $7,500

Federal Idle Reduction Technology Excise Tax Exemption

Other 

Excise tax exemption

IRS Excise Tax Branch, (202) 317-6855

  • Exemption from federal retail excise tax for advanced insulation and qualified on-board idle reduction technologies
  • List of eligible technologies

Fuel Cell Motor Vehicle Tax Credit

Alternative Fuels

Light-duty: $4,000 – $8,000

Heavy-duty: $10,000 – $40,000

US IRS, (800) 829-1040

  • Up to $8,000 tax credit available for the purchase of qualified light-duty fuel cell vehicles, and up to $40,000 tax credit for heavy-duty
  • Credit amounts are based on vehicle weight and fuel economy
  • For Fuel Cell trucks only

Zero-Emission Vehicle Infrastruture Program (ZEVIP) 

Charging + Refueling 

$5,000 – $75,000 per EV charger, up to $1,000,000 for hydrogen refueling site

  • Types of infrastructure include Level 2 connectors, DCFC’s, hydrogen refueling stations
  • For qualified small to medium sized companies

Immediate Expensing – Tax Deduction

Electric Vehicle + Refueling

Full tax write-off

  • Full tax write off for clean energy equipment investments during fiscal year of commission

Salt River Project (SRP) – Business EV Charger Rebate 

Charging 

$1,500 per charger

(602) 236-3065, [email protected]

  • $1,500 for each networked Level 2 EV charging station port installed at a business
  • Limited to 50 charging ports per customer per program year

Smart EV Charging Program

Charging

$4,500 – $24,000 per charger

(520) 623-7711

  • Level 2 Charger (Workplace):
    – Standard $4,500/port or up to 75% of project cost
    – DAC Eligible Projects $6,000/port or up to 75% of project cost
  • DCFC Charger:
    – Standard $24,000/port or up to 75% of project cost
    – DAC Eligible Projects $40,000/port or up to 75% of project cost.

* Must be installed by April 30, 2022 and application submitted by July 31, 2022. *

Level 2 Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants

Charging 

$1,875 – $3,375

  • Offers rebates for costs associated with construction and installation of Level 2 EVSE
  • Public and Non-Government – maximum rebate for one EVSE port of $5,325, maximum rebate for two or more EVSE ports of $7,225
  • Private and Workplace – maximum rebate for one EVSE port of $1,875, maximum rebate for two or more EVSE ports of $3,375

Natural Gas for Transportation (NGT) – Medium and Heavy-Duty Fleet Incentives

Alternative Fuels 

Up to 50% costs

[email protected], (604) 293-8607, (604) 317-8984, (604) 219-1486

  • For the additional costs of upgrade to natural gas vehicles (CNG/LNG) compared to diesel equivalent
    – Funding based on % kilometers run within BC
  • Must operate at least 75% within BC, refuel in Fortis BC service area, and own or lease in BC

*Fortis BC has been contacted – application deadline can be disregarded*

 

Plug in BC Specialty-Use Vehicle Incentive Program

Electric Vehicle

$100,000 maximum

[email protected]

  • Applicants must have a valid BC business license, be a non-profit organization or a public entity
  • You can receive up to $100,000 in rebates for applying and purchasing an eligible vehicle
  • Eligible Vehicles, Eligible Vehicles PDF

 

Natural Gas for Transportation (NGT) – Incentives for Light-Duty Vehicles

Alternative Fuels

$10,000 maximum

[email protected]

    • Purchase an NGV or convert an existing vehicle to an NGV
    • Incentive up to $10 per gigajoule (or $0.347 per gasoline liter), maximum incentive up to $10,000

*For light-duty vehicles, but cargo vans are eligible*

 

Materials and Equipment Used to Conserve Energy

Other

Tax exemption

British Columbia Ministry of Finance

  • Through using materials and equipment which conserve energy one is eligible for a Provincial Sales Tax (PST) exemption
  • Relevant eligible materials and equipment include aerodynamic and anti-idling devices for trucks and tractor-trailers

 

Motor Fuel/Carbon Tax Exemptions

Alternative Fuels

Fuel tax exemptions and special rates

  • Alternative Fuels eligible to receive carbon and motor fuel tax exemptions and special rates:
    – Hydrogen – exempt from Motor Fuel tax, not Carbon taxable
    – Methanol Blend – exempt from Motor Fuel tax, Carbon taxable
    – Natural Gas – exempt from Motor Fuel tax, Carbon taxable

*These carbon tax rates are in effect from April 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022. The rates are scheduled to increase on April 1, 2022.*

 

CleanBC Go Electric Commercial Vehicle Pilots Program

Electric Vehicles and Charging

Up to 1/3 total costs of deployment

[email protected]

  • Up to one-third of ZEV deployments and/or infrastructure project costs funding available
    * March 31st, 2022*

PG&E Business EV Rate Plans

Charging  

Special electric prices in kW blocks

1 (877) 743-4112

  • Business customers offering EV charging on-site have special rate plans available:
    – BEV1 (business low use EV rate) up to 100kW – $12.41/10kW
    – BEV2 (business high use EV rate) 100kW and more – $85.98-$95.56/50kW

 

PG&E EV Fleet Program – Infrastructure Incentives

Electric Vehicle and Charging

$3,000 – $9,000 per vehicle, up to $15,000 – $42,000 per charger

Interest Form

  • (Class 8 vehicles) – $9,000 per vehicle, (TRU & TSE) – $3,000 per vehicle, (local delivery trucks and other) – $4,000 per vehicle
  • Up to $15,000 – $42,000 (dependent on power output) rebate for 50% cost of charger

 

SCE Charge Ready Transport (EVSE program)

Charging

Not disclosed

[email protected]

  • Electrical system upgrades for installation of EV charging equipment at no or low cost
    – Installation, construction and design by the SCE
  • Additional Resource

 

VW Program for Combustion Freight and Marine

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

Maximum of $35,000 – $85,000

(909) 396-2000, (833) 894-7267, [email protected]

  • Non-Government owned projects to replace and repower old and/or high polluting engines for class 7 and 8 freight trucks:
    – 25% of replacement cost funding up to $85,000 for replacement to low NOx
    – 40% of cost funding up to $35,000 maximum for repower to low NOx

Region – City of Anaheim

City of Anaheim Public Access EV Charger Rebates

Charging

$5,000 – $10,000 per charger

Complete the ‘public access EV charging station rebate reservation’ application and submit it to [email protected]

  • Rebates for installation of public Level 2 or higher (including FCDC) plug-in EV chargers, expenses including the charger and installation
  • Up to $5,000 for public access locations
  • Up to $10,000 for publicly accessible DCFC plug-in
  • Up to a maximum of 10 charging stations

 

City of Anaheim Personal Use EV Charger Rebates

Charging

$400 – $1,000 per charger, plus an additional $2,000 potential

(714) 765-5125, application must be completed to 201 South Anaheim Boulevard, Suite 801, Anaheim CA 92805

  • Rebates for the installation of Level 2 plug-in EV chargers
  • Qualifying expenses and associated rebates:
    – Up to $400 for customers NOT participating in Time of Use program
    – Up to $1,000 for customers participating in Time of Use program
    – Opportunity for an additional $2,000 regarding upgrading service, electrical panels, and other items associated with EV installation

Region – Antelope Valley

Antelope Valley Carl Moyer Program

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

50-80% of vehicle cost

Antelope Valley AQMD – 43301 Division Street, Suite 206, Lancaster CA 93535

  • Local projects which upgrade heavy-duty equipment to reduce NOx, PM and VOC can receive funding
    – Eligible projects: replacement, repower and retrofit
  • A minimum of 75% operation in California and 25% within the District of Antelope Valley is required
  • Eligibility

 

AVAQMD Alternative Fuel Vehicle Program

Electric Vehicles

$500 – $1,000

(661) 723-8070 Ext. 28

  • Incentive for Antelope Valley residents to purchase All-Electric and Plug-in Hybrids
    – $1,000 incentive for purchase from dealerships within Antelope Valley
    – $500 incentive for purchase or lease from online dealerships or dealerships outside of Antelope Valley

 

AVAQMD Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program

Charging

Up to 80% of costs

Julie McKeehan, Grants Analyst – (661) 723-8070 Ext. 28, or [email protected]

  • For installation of public EV charging stations
  • Reimbursement of up to 80% total costs of charging equipment, infrastructure and installation

Region – Bay Area

BAAQMD Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program Year 22 (Carl Moyer Program)

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

Up to $200,000

Grants Programs Information Request Line, Strategic Incentives – (415) 749-4994, [email protected]

  • $200,000 or 95% costs available for replacement, repower or conversion of older heavy-duty diesel engines
  • Eligible businesses must operate within the district

Region – City of Burbank

City of Burbank Charging Station Rebate

Charging

$1,800 – $7,500 per charger

(818) 238-3653, [email protected]

  • Without utility infrastructure upgrades – Level 2/DCFC Charger
    – Public access and/or DACs – $4,000
    – Other (Ex. For fleets or workplace charging) – $1,800
  • With utility infrastructure upgrades – Level 2/DCFC Charger
    – Public access and/or DACs- $7,500
    – Other (Ex. For fleets or workplace charging) – $3,500

Region – California

Central Coast California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) Central Coast Incentive Project (CCIP)

Charging

$5,000 – $80,000 per charger

Application

  • Counties include: Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz
  • Level 2 Chargers up to $5,000 per connector, up to $5,500 per connector (DAC)
  • DCFC Charger up to $70,000 per charger or 75% of total project cost, up to $80,000 per charger or 80% of total project cost (DAC)

Region – City of Glendale

Glendale Water & Power Charging Station Rebate

Charging

$599 – $6,000

GWPReb[email protected], (818) 551-3080

  • EV charging station rebates for customers of GWP (Glendale Water and Power)
  • Residential customers can receive up to $599, commercial customers can receive up to $6,000
  • Additional Document

Region – Eastern Kern

Eastern APCD DMV Grant Program

Charging, Refueling, and other

Up to $50,000

Application

  • Can qualify for up to $50,000
  • Projects include: EV charging stations, CNG refueling stations, and more
    * Application submission closes February 25, 2022 at 5pm*

 

Eastern APCD DMV Vehicle Voucher

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

$2,000 – $4,000

Application

  • Incentives available for purchase of new lower-emitting vehicles
  • ZEV’s with an EPA smog score of 10 qualify for $4,000
  • PZEV’s with an EPA smog score of 8 or 9 qualify for $2,000
    * Application submission closes February 25, 2022 at 5pm*

 

Eastern Kern APCD Carl Moyer Program

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel

(661) 862-5250, [email protected]

  • Projects which upgrade heavy-duty diesel equipment to reduce NOx, PM and VOC can receive funding
    – These upgrades must be cleaner-than-required

Region – City of Healdsburg

Healdsburg Plug-In Electric Vehicle Discount

Charging

$24-$50 per month (discount on electricity)

Application

  • EV drivers that switch to a Time of Use rate can receive special rebates:
    – Income-qualified CARE customers – $50/month
    – Electric customers – $24/month

Region – Humboldt, Shasta, Tehama Counties

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Projects (CALeVIP) Northern California Incentive Project (NCIP)

Charging

$6,000 – $80,000 per charger

Application

  • Level 2 Chargers up to $6,000 per connector, up to $7,500 per connector (DAC)
  • DCFC Chargers up to $70,000 per charger or 75% of total project cost, up to $80,000 per charger or 80% of total project cost (DAC)

Region – Inland Counties

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) Inland Counties Incentive Project (ICIP)

Charging

$3,500 – $80,000 per charger

Application

  • $30,000 – $60,000 or 75% costs for installation of DCFC Charger
  • $40,000 – $80,000 or 75% costs for installation of DCFC Charger in DAC
  • Up to $3,500 or 75% costs for installation of Level 2 connector
    – Additional $500 for DAC or low-income community

Region – LA County

LADWP Charge Up L.A.!

Charging

$5,000 – $5,700+

  • Single port Level 2 Charger: up to $5,000, with up to an additional $750 per extra port
  • Up to 40 charging stations per property

Region – Pasadena

Pasadena EV Charging Station Incentive

Charging

$6,000 per charger

PWP Rebate Programs – (626) 744-6970, [email protected]

  • $6,000 per port for non-residential Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) electric customers installing smart EV chargers

Region – Sacramento

SMUD Commercial EV Program

Electric Vehicle and Charging

$500 – $30,000

Application Process

  • $750 to $15,000 in incentives depending on the type and class of EV vehicle
  • $500 to $30,000 in incentives for charging dependent on type of EV charger, use availability and infrastructure

Region – San Diego

SDG&E Interim Rate Wavier

Charging

$0.11 – $0.39 kWh

Fact Sheet

  • Medium- and heavy-duty fleet customers interim rate waiver prices:
    – Peak summer $0.39 kWh, peak winter $0.16 kWh, off-peak summer $0.19 kWh, off-peak winter $0.16, super off-peak summer and winter $0.11 kWh

Region – San Luis Obispo County

SLO Country APCD Alt Fuel and Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program

Charging and Refueling

Up to 65% of costs

Application

  • Funding for EV charging and natural gas fueling stations – available for expansion, new installation and conversion of existing
  • Will cover up to 65% of project costs
  • A total of $130,000 is available

Region – San Joaquin Valley

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project (SJVIP)

Charging

$3,500 – $80,000 per charger

Application

  • Region: Fresno, Kern and San Joaquin
  • Level 2 Chargers up to $3,500 per connector, up to $4,000 per connector (DAC)
  • DCFC Charger up to $70,000 per charger or 75% of total project cost, up to $80,000 per charger or 80% of total project cost (DAC)

 

San Joaquin – Truck Replacement Program

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

$10,000 – $200,000

SJVAPCD Grant Programs staff – [email protected], (559) 230-5800

  • Eligible projects include cleaner technology replacement of existing on-road diesel trucks, or using cleanest technology presently available to expand fleets
  • Emission reductions must not be required by law or regulations to qualify
  • Must operate 50% within district and 75% within California

 

San Joaquin – Charge Up!

Charging

$5,000 – $25,000 per charger up to a maximum of $50,000

Application

  • Level 2 Single Port – $5,000 maximum per unit and no minimum cost share
  • Level 2 Dual Port – $6,000 maximum per unit and no minimum cost share
  • Level 3/DCFC Charger – $25,000 maximum per unit and minimum cost share is 30% of total cost
  • Funding Cap – $50,000 per applicant/site annually

 

SJVAPCD Truck Replacement Program

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

Up to $200,000

(559) 230-5800, [email protected]

  • $200,000 for the conversion or replacement from heavy-duty diesel to lower emission trucks
  • Eligible businesses must operate at least 50% within district

Region – South Coast

SCAQMD Truck Trade Down Program

Alternative Fuels

$100,000 – $130,000

Joe Lopat, (909) 396-2138

  • $100,000 incentive + $25,000 trade-in value when you trade in 2014 or newer heavy-duty diesel truck for a new CNG truck

 

South Coast AQMD Voucher Incentive Program (VIP) (small fleets)

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

$60,000 – $100,000 per truck

South Coast AQMD Project Officer: Mr. Ashkaan Nikravan, (909) 396-3260, [email protected]

  • For fleets of 10 or fewer vehicles
  • Must operate at least 75% in California
  • Replacements meeting 0.20 NOx can receive up to $60,000 per truck, and replacements meeting 0.02 NOx or cleaner can receive up to $100,000 per truck

Region – Tuolumne County

Tuolumne County APCD Carl Moyer Program

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

Funding not disclosed

Bill Sandman – (209) 533-6673

  • Projects which upgrade heavy-duty diesel equipment to reduce NOx, PM and VOC can receive funding
    – These upgrades must be cleaner-than-required
    – Can include replacement, repower or retrofitting
  • $200,000 allocated annually

Region – Turlock Irrigation District (TID)

Turlock Commercial Electric Vehicle Programs

Electric Vehicle and Charging

$1,000 per charger, $5,000 per EV

(209) 883-8432

  • Businesses can receive:
    – $1,000 for the installation of a Level 2 EV Charger
    – $5,000 per leased/purchased PEV or ZEV

Colorado Clean Diesel Program

Electric Vehicle and other

25% – 45% project cost

Zuleika Peeve – Program Manager, Colorado Clean Diesel Program – (970) 704-9200 Ext: 1104, [email protected]

Program Guide

  • Up to 25-45% costs of replacing diesel equipment with full EV or PEV

 

ALT Fuels Colorado

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

*see funding calculator*

Matt Goble, [email protected]

Funding Calculator

  • Replacement of pre-2009 vehicles to full EV or RNG
    – Old vehicle must be scrapped
    *Applications currently closed, but next round of funding is upcoming.*

 

Clean Air Fleets Diesel Retrofit Program

Other

Funding not disclosed

Matt Mines, (303) 629- 5450 Ext: 210

  • Must operate along Colorado Front Range or within the 9 country Denver areas
  • For funding of the following: engine and hydraulic preheaters, trailer fairings, DOCs, DFPs, APUs, and GPS

District of Columbia Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Infrastructure Tax Credit 

Electric Vehicle, Alternative Fuels and Charging 

$1,000 – $19,000 income tax credit 

District of Columbia DMV 

Additional Information 

  • 50% of conversion or incremental cost up to $19,000 per AFV 
  • 50% of alternative fuel infrastructure cost up to $10,000 per AFV fueling station 

ChargeUP! Sarasota County

Charging 

$2,000 – $4,000 maximum

Application

  • Businesses with more than 150 full-time employees which install public access EV charging stations can receive 25% of costs up to $2,000 maximum

Georgia Power Simple Power Program

Other 

REC’s

[email protected]

  • For an additional 1.0 cents/kWh customers can receive solar RECs, help offset their electric carbon footprint, and support solar energy
    – Options for 50% or 100% of monthly usage

    Rate Plans 

    Large Volume Purchase Option

 

Make Ready Electric Transportation Program

Charging

Funding not disclosed

Contact

  • Incentives for installation, ownership, operation and maintenance of EV charging station infrastructure
    – *Not for the purchase of said EV charger

EVX and EVP Rates

Charging 

Flat public charging rate 

[email protected] 

Additional Document

  • EVP (public) Rate: $2.50 flat fee per session 

NGV (Natural Gas Vehicle) Rebate Pilot Program 

Alternative Fuels 

$3,000

Application (1), (2)

  • $3,000 for NGV purchase or conversion (dedicated or bi-fuel)
  • Limit of three rebates per applicant per year

Propane Excise Tax Exemption

Alternative Fuels and Refueling

Propane Excise Tax Exemption

  • Propane state excise tax exemption for motor vehicle operation on public highways
    – Systems in place must comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards

Entergy Case-by-Case Basis Electrification Incentives 

Electric Vehicle and Charging 

$250 per charger 

[email protected], 1 (833) 44E-TECH 

  • Cash incentives for truckstop and fleet electrification determined on a case-by-case basis
  • Receive $250 for Level 2 EV Charger 

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Rebate Program 

Charging 

$4,000 max per charger 

(410) 537-4000, 1-800-72-ENERGY 

Application 

  • 40% of EVSE purchase and installation costs up to $4,000  

Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP): Workplace & Fleet Charging 

Charging 

$50,000 maximum

[email protected]

Application

  • Up to 60% of Level 1 and 2 charging station costs up to $50,000 per street address

Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV)

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

$1,500 – $2,500 per vehicle

Application

  • $2,500 for purchase or lease of new BEV or FCEV
  • $1,500 for purchase or lease of new plug-in HEV
  • Each business eligible for 10 rebates/year, and 20 total over the lifetime of the project

 

MOR-EV Trucks Program

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

$6,375 – $76,500

[email protected]

  • $6,375 – $76,500 (dependent on GVWR) for lease or purchase of medium- and heavy-duty BEV and FCEV

 

Massachusetts National Grid Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program

Charging

Up to 100% of project costs

Application

  • Up to 100% of Level 2 and DCFC charging station associated costs

 

Massachusetts Eversource Charging Stations

Charging

100% of project costs

[email protected]

Application

  • 100% of new charging station associated infrastructure costs

Michigan PSC EV Charging Pilot – PowerMIDrive 

Charging

$5,000 – $70,000 per charger

(800) 805-0490

  • Up to $5,000 for installation of public Level 2 charger by commercial customers
  • Up to $70,000 for installation of public DCFC charger by commercial customers

Montana Alternative Fuel Conversion Tax Credit 

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels 

$500 – $1,000 per vehicle

(406) 444-6900, [email protected]

  • 50% of costs for converting a vehicle to alternative fuels – up to $500 (vehicles less than 10,000 pounds), or $1,000 (vehicles greater than 10,000 pounds)

NV Energy Fleet Electrification Incentive 

Charging 

$40,000 – $50,000 maximum 

Application

  • Charging station projects for company-owned vehicle fleets incentives: 
    – Level 2 Charger – $5,000 per port or 75% costs, whichever is less (capped at $50,000 and 10 connectors per site) 
    – DCFC Charger – $400/kW per station up to $40,000 or 50% of costs, whichever is less (capped at 5 stations per site) 

New Jersey Sales and Use Tax Act for Zero Emission Vehicles 

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels 

Sales tax exemption

[email protected], (609) 292-7953

  • Sales tax exemption for purchase and/or lease of both new and used zero emission vehicles (ZEVs)

 

Region – Camden, Newark and New Brunswick

New Jersey Zero Emission Incentive Program: Voucher Pilot for Medium Duty Vehicles (NJ ZIP)

Electric Vehicle

$25,000 – $100,000

[email protected]

  • $25,000 – $100,000 for the purchase of new medium-duty ZEVs (dependent on GVWR)
    – Bonus for women/minority/veteran owned businesses at $4,000 per vehicle, bonus for small businesses of 25% funding increase per vehicle, and more

 

Reduced Propane Fuel Tax

Alternative Fuels

$0.525 per gallon propane

  • Propane tax is half of that for gasoline – $0.525/gallon

National Fuel Natural Gas Vehicle Program

Alternative Fuels and Refueling 

$10,000 – $200,000

  • $10,000 – $200,000 for the purchase of NGVs and installation of NGV refueling stations (dependent on number and type of NGVs)

 

Truck Voucher Incentive Program (NY-TVIP)

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

$100,000 – $385,000

(518) 862-1090, 866NYSERDA

  • For fleets who lease or purchase BEV, FCEV or propane medium- and heavy-duty vehicles
  • Funding based on cost difference between AF vehicle and comparable diesel vehicle, amount depends on AF type and vehicle weight class:
    – (BEV and FCEV) 95% incremental cost and $100,000 – $185,000, (Propane) 90% incremental cost and $30,000 – $55,000, (BEV) 100% incremental cost and $100,000 – $385,000

Region – New York City IBZs (Industrial Business Zones)

NYC Clean Trucks Program

Electric Vehicle

$12,000 – $185,000

https://www.nycctp.com/contact-us/

  • $12,000 – $185,000 for commercial fleet replacement to clean technologies including both BEV and non-electric options (dependent on GVWR and AF type)

 

New York Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit

Charging + Refueling

$50,000 maximum

  • $50,000 or 50% costs (whichever is less) for alternative fuels and/or electric vehicle refueling infrastructure

Diesel Mitigation Trust Fund (DMTF 2021) 

Charging 

Up to 80% project costs

[email protected]

Application

  • Up to 80% costs for public DCFC charging station installation within the 26 Ohio priority counties
    * January 31st, 2022*

Alternative Fuel Vehicle Tax Credit

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels 

$1,500 – $50,000 

  • Up to $50,000 income tax credit (dependent on GVWR) for purchase of or conversion to an AFV – either natural gas or propane  

EWEB Commercial Plug-In Electric Vehicle Incentive 

Charging 

$1,500 – $15,000 per charger 

[email protected]

  • $1,500 per Level 2 charging station (public access or for internal fleet installation)
  • $10,000 per single-port DCFC public access station
  • $15,000 per multi-port DCFC public access station
  • All above rebates are for up to 50% EVSE costs 
     

Central Lincoln Utility Level 2 Charging Station Rebate 

Charging 

$250 per charger 

  • $250 for Lincoln PUD (People’s Utility District) customer installation of Level 2 EV charger 

Drive Green Program (Roulez Vert)

Charging 

$5,000 maximum per charger

  • Up to $5,000 per connector for workplace charging station installation

Transportez Vert

Charging 

$15,000 – $60,000 maximum per charger

  • Financial incentives for 50% of DCFC costs:
    – Up to $15,000 for output current power of 20 – 49 kW
    – Up to $60,000 for output current power of 50 kW or greater

Park & Plug Fast Charging Stations Pilot Program 

Charging

100% charger costs

  • Become a site location for free installation of a DCFC charging station (must be along major thoroughfares in Duke Energy’s South Carolina service area)

El Paso Electric, Electric Vehicle Charging Rate 

Charging 

$0.00502/kWh + $9.75/month

(915) 543-5970, [email protected]

  • Special electricity rates for EV charging:
    – Summer (peak) $0.26366/kWh (off-peak) $0.00502/kWh, Winter (off-peak) $0.00502/kWh
    – In addition to a monthly customer charge of $9.75

Region – City of Austin

Plug-In Austin

Charging

Discount charging costs of $4.17/month (Level 2), or $0.21/minute (DCFC)

  • 1000+ Level 2 charging stations
  • DCFC stations found throughout major transit routes

 

Region – Houston-Galveston-Brazoria area

HGAC Heavy Duty Diesel Replacement Program (HDDRP)

Electric Vehicles and Alternative Fuels

50%-75% incremental costs

(832) 681-2588, [email protected]

  • Heavy-duty diesel equipment replacement to clean technologies:
    – 50% incremental costs if new equipment diesel powered
    – 75% incremental costs if new equipment AF powered

Vermont Electric Vehicle Charging & Natural Gas Station Loan Program

Charging

$100,000 loan

  • Loans available for public EV charging station:
    – Up to $100,000, 1% fixed interest rate, 2% commitment fee

Alternative Fuel Heavy-Duty Vehicle Tax Credit Program

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel

$13,500

(385) 306-6535, [email protected]

  • $13,500 income tax credit for the purchase of class 7/8 heavy-duty vehicle powered by natural gas, 100% electric, or hydrogen electric* Credit decreases in amount each tax year.*

 

Conversion to Alternative Fuel Grant Program

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

$2,500 per conversion

(385) 306-6535, [email protected]

  • Up to $2,500 for each conversion of a vehicle to natural gas, propane or electricity for businesses

 

Utah Clean Diesel Program

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

25% – 45% costs

(801) 536-4019 ([email protected]), (385) 232-5157 ([email protected])

  • Fleet owners who voluntarily replace old heavy-duty diesel engines qualify:
    – Up to 25% costs – replacement to new diesel engine
    – Up to 35% costs – replacement to CARB Low NOx engine
    – Up to 45% costs – replacement to all-electric engine

 

Workplace Electric Vehicle Charging Funding Assistance Program

Charging

$75,000 maximum

[email protected], (385) 306-6535

  • Businesses can receive up to 50% of costs for installing light-duty EVSE (Level 2 or DCFC), up to a maximum of $75,000

Alternative Fuel Commercial Vehicle Tax Credits

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuels

B&O or PUT tax credit

(360) 705-6214

  • Tax credit for businesses purchasing AF powered vehicles (new or used) or converting existing vehicles to AF powered

 

Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure and Battery Tax Exemptions

Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel

Tax exemption

(360) 705-6705

  • Sales/use or leasehold tax exemption for:
    – Purchase/installation of EV and/or fuel cell battery
    – Installation of fuel cell and/or hydrogen charging/fueling stations

 

Natural Gas Tax Exemptions

Alternative Fuels

Tax exemption.

  • Public utility tax exemption on CNG, LNG and RNG fuels for transportation

Disclaimer: Subject to change