Moreover, natural gas, propane, ethanol and hydrogen vehicles need dedicated pumping stations. Although efforts have been made to provide charging to electric vehicles (EVs) through Level 1 and Level 2 charging stations, charging time can often take several hours. As such, these efforts need to be complemented by additional DC Fast Chargers, which can provide a full charge in a shorter time. This technology neutral grant program is intended to alleviate these range anxiety concerns by increasing the number of alternative fuel refilling/charging stations across the state. These stations will be needed to facilitate travel to and through the State and enable the flow of people and goods throughout the region.
Awards will be issued on a competitive basis. Applications are now being accepted, September 1, 2017 through February 1, 2018.
FY16 AFIP Results
FY17 AFIP Results
Contact Program Manager: Mike Jones
Download the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program Flyer
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