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How to Apply for NEVI Benefits

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NEVI Information for Alabama

Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs

https://adeca.alabama.gov/ev/

(334) 242-5290

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Alaska

Alaska Energy Authority

https://www.akenergyauthority.org/

(888) 300-8534

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Arizona

Arizona Electric Vehicle Plan Team

https://azdot.gov/planning/transportation-studies/arizona-electric-vehicle-program

(800) 915 - 4301

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Arkansas

Arkansas Department of Transportation

https://www.ardot.gov/divisions/transportation-planning-policy/electric-vehicle-infrastructure/

(501) 569-2000

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Colorado

Colorado Department of Transportation

https://www.codot.gov/programs/innovativemobility/electrification/nevi-plan

(303) 757-9011

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Connecticut

Connecticut Department of Transportation

https://portal.ct.gov/DOT/Sustainability-and-Resiliency/NEVI-Program

(860) 594-2560

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Delaware

Delaware Department of Transportation

https://deldot.gov/Programs/NEVI/index.shtml

(302) 760-2080

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Florida

Florida Department of Transportation

https://www.fdot.gov/planning/policy/ev/electric-vehicle-infrastructure-funding

(850) 414-4100

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Georgia

Georgia Department of Transportation

https://nevi-gdot.hub.arcgis.com

(404) 631-1990

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Hawaii

Department of Transportation

https://hidot.hawaii.gov/highways/hawaii-nevi-state-plan

(808) 587-2218

 

NEVI Information for Idaho

Idaho Transportation Department

https://itdprojects.org/projects/https-itdprojects-org-projects-nevi-progam/

(208) 334-8000

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Illinois

Illinois Department of Transportation

https://idot.illinois.gov/home/drive-electric-illinois

217) 782-7820

 

NEVI Information for Indiana

Indiana Department of Transportation

https://www.in.gov/indot/current-programs/innovative-programs/electric-vehicle-charging-infrastructure-network/

(855) 463-6848

 

NEVI Information for Iowa

Iowa Department of Transportation

https://iowadot.gov/iowaevplan

515-239-1101

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Kansas

Kansas Department of Transportation

IKE, The Eisenhower Legacy Transportation Program

https://www.ksdotike.org/charge-up-kansas

785-296-3585

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Kentucky

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

https://transportation.ky.gov/Planning/Pages/EVPlan.aspx

(502) 564-4890

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Louisiana

Louisiana Department of Transportation

https://lcf.mysocialpinpoint.com/la_ev_plan

(877) 452-3683

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Maryland

Maryland Department of Transportation

https://evplan.mdot.maryland.gov/

(833) 600-2751

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Massachusetts

Massachusetts Department of Transportation

https://www.mass.gov/massdot-nevi-plan

(857) 368-4636

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Minnesota

Minnesota Department of Transportation

https://talk.dot.state.mn.us/ev-infrastructure-plan

(651) 366-3402

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Transportation

https://mdot.ms.gov/portal/electric_vehicle_charging_infrastructure

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Missouri

Missouri Department of Transportation

https://www.modot.org/nevi

(888) 275-6636

https://www.modot.org/contact-us-about-nevi

 

NEVI Information for Montana

Montana Department of Environmental Quality

https://deq.mt.gov/energy/Programs/fuels

(406) 444-6459

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Nebraska

Nebraska Department of Transportation

https://dot.nebraska.gov/nevi

(402) 471-4567

 

NEVI Information for Nevada

Nevada Department of Transportation

https://www.dot.nv.gov/mobility/alternative-fueling-infrastructure-plan

(775) 888-7000

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for New Hampshire

New Hampshire Department of Transportation

https://www.nh.gov/dot/media/ev-charging-infrastructure.htm

(603) 271-3734

 

NEVI Information for New Jersey

Department of Environmental Protection

https://www.nj.gov/dep/drivegreen/iija.html

(609) 777-3373

 

NEVI Information for New Mexico

New Mexico Department of Transportation

https://www.dot.nm.gov/nevi/

(505) 795-1401

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for North Carolina

North Carolina Department of Transportation

https://www.ncdot.gov/initiatives-policies/environmental/climate-change/Pages/national-electric-vehicle-infrastructure-program

(877) 368-4968

 

NEVI Information for North Dakota

North Dakota Department of Transportation

https://www.dot.nd.gov/projects/lrtp/evplan

(701) 328-2500

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Oklahoma

Oklahoma Electronic Vehicle Infrastructure Program

https://oklahoma.gov/evok

https://oklahoma.gov/evok/contact-evok.html

 

NEVI Information for Oregon

Oregon Department of Transportation

https://www.oregon.gov/odot/climate/Pages/NEVI

(888) 275-6368

 

NEVI Information for Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation

https://www.penndot.pa.gov/ProjectAndPrograms/Planning/EVs/Pages/PA-NEVI

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Rhode Island

Rhode Island Department of Transportation

https://www.dot.ri.gov/projects/EVCharging/

(401) 222-2450

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for South Carolina

South Carolina Department of Transportation

https://www.scdot.org/projects/NEVI

(855) 467-2368

 

NEVI Information for South Dakota

South Dakota Department of Transportation

https://sdevplan.com/

(605) 773-3265

https://dot.sd.gov/contact

 

NEVI Information for Tennessee

Tennessee Department of Transportation

https://www.tn.gov/tdot/long-range-planning-home/air-quality-planning/tevi.html

(615) 741-2848

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Utah

Utah Department of Transportation

https://udotinput.utah.gov/evplan

 

NEVI Information for Vermont

State of Vermont Agency of Transportation

https://vtrans.vermont.gov/planning/nevi

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Virginia

Virginia Department of Transportation

https://publicinput.com/VirginiaNEVI

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for Washington

Washington State Department of Transportation

https://wsdot.wa.gov/construction-planning/statewide-plans/national-electrical-vehicle-infrastructure-plan

[email protected]

 

NEVI Information for District of Columbia

District Department of Transportation

https://nevi.ddot.dc.gov/
(202) 673-6813

[email protected]

NEVI Information for West Virginia

The West Virginia Department of Transportation

https://transportation.wv.gov/highways/programplanning/NEVI

 

NEVI Information for Wisconsin

Wisconsin Electrification Initiative

https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/projects/multimodal/electrification.aspx

[email protected]

 

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Learn about NEVI government funding

Ready to learn more about NEVI program funding? See our infographic with the basic information and what costs NEVI covers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the NEVI plan?

NEVI (National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure) program is a federally funded program allocating $5.4 billion to building EV charger infrastructure across the country. The funds will be allocated at the state level.

Who can receive NEVI funds?

Most states are allocating NEVI funds through an RFP process.

Are there requirements to receive NEVI funds?

Yes. Most of the requirements for NEVI funding include location and the type of EV charger that can be installed. Installations must be located within one mile of designated corridors called Alternative Fuel Corridors, typically along main highways. Approved installations cannot be more than 50 miles away from each other.

Charging stations must be capable of charging four vehicles at 150kW simultaneously. The BTC GEN4 180 kW and the Split System offers NEVI compliant configurations.

Any organization interested in using NEVI funds must match 20%. Some states do have alternative funding and grant opportunities available to help with additional costs.

How can I get started on the NEVI program?

A great place to start is your state’s website. In the map above are links to the NEVI pages for each state. Information can include the status of your state’s planning, the corridors, videos, presentations and how to get more information.

Why should I participate in the NEVI program?

NEVI is a great opportunity to receive funding for a program that could also increase foot traffic to your business. EV drivers will seek out and visit fast-charging stations giving your organization the ability to attract prospective customers. This is a limited-time opportunity for one location at a time, so take advantage of NEVI funding in your local area.

States are looking to participate in NEVI to meet EV promises and increase tourism.

What do NEVI funds cover?

NEVI funding covers eligible costs such as planning, acquisition, installation, and operation of the charging unit.

How do I get started with NEVI?

The first step is to go to your state’s website and check the status of your state’s program. You’ll also want to check that you are located along one of the Alternative Fuel Corridors. If your state is not yet accepting RFP, you can start planning by learning about NEVI-approved chargers and the power requirements for installing a charger at your proposed location. You can read more about NEVI here.