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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations with VehiclesThere are several incentive programs designed to advance the use of clean energy vehicles and expand related infrastructure through grants and rebates. These incentives, available to a wide audience, are allocated on a first come, first served basis and deadlines may apply.

Settlement-Funded Grant & Incentive Programs

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) administers five open grant programs aimed at reducing vehicle emissions and greenhouse gas emissions across Massachusetts, while supporting electrification of the state’s transportation network.

Utility Make Ready Programs

There are two programs supporting the deployment of Electric Vehicle Station Equipment (EVSE):

Massachusetts Clean Vehicle Program

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) is offering financial incentives to municipal and private fleets for the replacement and conversion of conventional vehicles to integrate alternative, cleaner burning, fuel reducing technologies.

Public buyers may be eligible for additional cost reductions through the use of pre-negotiated Statewide Contracts: VEH98 – Purchase of Vehicles; VEH102 – Advanced Vehicle Technology Equipment; VEH93 – Heavy Duty Vehicles. Refer Statewide Contract questions to David Sargeant.

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