Pacific Power launches fleet make-ready pilot program to help transition to sustainable transportation

PORTLAND, Ore. — Pacific Power is offering the "fleet make-ready” pilot program to help non-residential customers across Oregon transition to cost-saving clean transportation.   

The program is designed to connect local communities with the benefits of electric vehicles. It provides financial support and technical assistance to enable non-residential customers to transition their fleets to electric vehicles. Find more details here:

Pacific Power non-residential customers with a fleet of at least two EVs (owned, purchased or leased) within the pilot period can receive advisory services and tailor-made incentives to support the design and construction costs associated with behind-the-meter EV charging infrastructure. Eligible participants can receive incentives covering project design, engineering, permitting and construction costs for their electrical infrastructure and the installation of electric vehicle service equipment (not including actual chargers). The program also offers technical assistance through an on-site feasibility analysis and customized technical fleet advice to help evaluate available options and costs.

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“Pacific Power will continue to work toward attaining a sustainable future for the state. We’re committed to supporting our diverse communities in Oregon by providing programs and options for customers to plug in to the benefits of clean transportation while reducing their environmental footprints and contributing to improved air quality,” said Kate Hawley, electric transportation senior product manager for Pacific Power. “Through this program, we aim to minimize the barriers and offer easier and affordable ways to make the switch to electric vehicles.”