$100 million in funding for states and cities for EV charging stations

September 28, 2023

States and local governments have until Nov. 13, 2023, to apply for $100 million in federal funding for projects to repair and replace non-operational electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. This funding is part of the $5 billion made available by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.  

The federal government will award multiple grants to eligible applicants, and the funding will cover 80% of total project costs.

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