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Funding Opportunity: Grant for Publicly Accessible Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Stations

Take advantage of the Highlands’ Super Bowl exposure to apply for this grant. Open to Businesses, governments, non-profits, and educational institutions. Tomorrow is the first of 3 informational webinars for potential applicants.

Funding Opportunity! DEP Offers $4 Million in Grants for Publicly Accessible Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Stations 

NJDEP is seeking applicants for its latest round of grant funding for public fast charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. The $4 million competitive solicitation will award grants of up to $200,000 per location in community settings. These incentives, from It Pay$ to Plug In, DEP’s grant program for EV charging stations, can be combined with utility incentives for public fast charging infrastructure. 

Applications will be accepted through the online grant application portal beginning on Monday, March 14. The deadline for applications is Friday, May 13 at midnight. 

DEP will host three webinars to walk potential applicants through the solicitation, discuss selection criteria, review mapping tools to help evaluate potential locations for new fast chargers, introduce DEP’s new online grant application portal, and answer questions this week at the following dates and times:  

-Wednesday, February 23 1:00 – 3:00 pm 

-Wednesday, February 23 7:00 – 9:00 pm 

-Thursday, February 24 10:00 am – 12:00 pm 

The webinars will be recorded and posted online. 

To register for a webinar, send an email to Monica Miranda indicating the date and time of the webinar you would like to attend, along with your name and affiliation. In the subject line of your email, include the phrase “Webinar for DCFC Solicitation”. Solicitation materials, including eligibility, selection criteria, mapping tools, eligible costs and application materials, will be posted before the first webinar on the It Pay$ to Plug In website. 


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