Maryland Making EV Infrastructure More Affordable

Clean Cities surely is “Accelerating Maryland’s Transportation Future” with the announcement of the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program.  Last week, The Maryland Clean Cities Coalition partnered with the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), Maryland Office of Attorney General, Maryland Department of Environment (MDE), and Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) inviting Clean Cities Stakeholders to apply to the Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Grant Program (EVIP).

This grant program aims to provide financial assistance to those applicants who desire to install and maintain an EV charging station network within the state of Maryland.  These would be Direct Current (DC) Fast Charging Stations that would be strategically installed to enable convenient travel through the region.

The total amount of funding available for this grant is $1 million. These grants would be issued on a competitive basis and EVIP is accepting applications now through October 1, 2014.