Grants for electric vehicle charging infrastructure are available to non-residential customers in Oregon, Washington and California.
Funding awards can cover up to 100 percent of the eligible costs to purchase and install charging stations.
Projects are selected quarterly through a competitive evaluation process.
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|Grant Cycle 6: Timeline|
|Month 1: Application and solicitation
||Applications open January 15, 2020|
|Month 2: Applications submitted||Applications due February 15, 2020|
|Month 3: Selection and notification||Projects notified of grant award in March 2020|
California applicants can apply at any time.
|Eligible Expenses||Ineligible Expenses|
|Capital expenses directly associated with the installation of EV chargers, such as hardware and installation costs, make-ready costs and upfront software license costs.||Vehicle purchase or lease, project management costs, ongoing operations and maintenance costs, energy costs, ongoing network subscription or other software costs, and site and infrastructure improvements that would occur without the installation of EVSE (e.g., landscaping, information technology network enhancements).|
All non-residential Pacific Power customers in Oregon are eligible to apply for program funds with preference given to community-focused organizations, such as 501(c)(3) and city, county and regional governments.
To be considered, applicants must:
Pacific Power uses an independent, third-party grant manager to evaluate projects based on the criteria below. 75% of funds in each cycle will be made available for projects evaluated based on this criteria.
25% of funds in each cycle will be earmarked for projects focused on workplace charging and fleet vehicle electrification. The evaluation criteria for these projects will be the same as above, with the following exceptions: