The District has $10 million in funds for the Clean Vehicle Fueling Infrastructure Program. The Clean Vehicle Fueling Infrastructure Program provides incentive funding for new stations, conversion of existing stations, and expansion of existing stations for hydrogen fuel, and electric battery charging stations for heavy-duty vehicles. This program will support the development and implementation of private-use fueling infrastructure for hydrogen fuel cell and electric battery powered zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles. This program does not provide funds for infrastructure for passenger vehicles.
The following types of applicants are eligible to apply:
For private-use only projects. All projects must be located within the boundaries of the District.
The District is offering funding for a new station, conversion of an existing station, or an expansion to existing station for the following categories:
Projects will be funded on a first come, first served of a completed application basis and submittal of an application does not guarantee funding. Applicants must have a signed, executed contract from the District prior to purchase and installation of new equipment. Incentive amounts will be based on the following percentage of eligible costs:
|Maximum Percentage of Eligible Cost||Project Types|
|Up to 50%||Baseline maximum for all projects|
|Up to 65%||Projects with Solar/Wind Power Systems*|
|Up to 100%||Public School Buses – Battery Charging and Alternative Fueling|
*At least 50 percent of the energy provided to covered sources by the project must be generated from solar or wind.