US clean transportation nonprofit consortium CALSTART has launched Communities in Charge, an incentive program funded by the California Energy Commission’s Clean Transportation Program and supported by GRID Alternatives and Tetra Tech.
The program, designed to accelerate installation of light-duty Level 2 EV charging infrastructure across California, is open to schools, health care centers, local businesses and communities. Priority will go to projects that demonstrate a high degree of readiness and those located in disadvantaged or low-income communities.
The project’s kick-off phase began in March with funding of $30 million in incentives. Application documents may be submitted through the online Incentive Processing Center through May 8.