Infrastructure

Pasadena Water & Power Electric Vehicle Charger Incentive

Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) is offering incentives for customers who purchase or lease
a Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) and install a Level 2 (240V) “wall mounted” or “hardwired”
charging station at home, multi-unit complex, or business

PWP will provide a rebate of up to $400.00* to customers who purchase and install a qualifying
PEV charger. In addition, residential customers are eligible for up to $200.00 in LED lighting
incentives.

Charge Up L.A.!

LADWP introduced the Electric Vehicle Charger Rebate Program, “Charge Up L.A.!” to encourage the installation of convenient electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at residential and commercial locations to support the purchase and use of EVs. This program will benefit the environment and help EV users save on fuel costs at the same time. The rebate is offered to qualifying commercial customers who purchase and install Level 2 (240-volt) chargers at their place of business for employees and public use.

PG&E: EV Charge Network

PG&E's EV Charge Network was recently approved by the California Public Utilities Commission. The network will significantly expand access to EV charging stations throughout Northern and Central California over the next three years. By supporting adoption of EVs, the program extends efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the state.

Receive discounts of up to 25-100 percent on charging equipment, depending on facility type and location.

SDG&E: Power Your Drive

Power Your Drive is SDG&E’s EV charging station program that is installing 3,500 chargers at apartments, condos and businesses.

What is covered: Full cost of installation, operation, and maintenance of the chargers at no cost to the site host.

Fees: None if located in DAC (according to Cal Enviro Screen), otherwise $630/charging port.

Cost structure: stations will be metered separately from the site host’s electric service and account, so it will not impact the site host’s utility bill (i.e., EV charger and regular utility bill will be separate).

Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP)

The Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP) was created by Senate Bill (SB)862 (Chapter 36, Statutes of 2014) and modified by Senate Bill 9 (Chapter 710, Statutes of 2015) to provide grants from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund to fund transformative capital improvements that will modernize California’s intercity, commuter, and urban rail systems, and bus and ferry transit systems to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by reducing congestion and vehicle miles traveled throughout California.

CCI/GGRF

FY 2017 Notice of Funding Available for Small Shipyard Grants

This notice announces the intention of the Maritime Administration to provide grants to small shipyards. Under the Small Shipyard Grant Program, there is currently $9,800,000 available for grants for capital and related improvements to qualified shipyard facilities that will be effective in fostering efficiency, competitive operations, and quality ship construction, repair, and reconfiguration.

Public Transportation Subsidy and Park and Ride Lots (San Joaquin Valley)

The District is currently accepting applications to provide public transportation pass subsidies, such as for rail and transit services, and for the construction of park-and-ride lots which connect commuters to alternative transportation measures. Funding provided through this program is intended to encourage commuter ride-share activities as an alternative to single occupant vehicle commutes for daily long distance travel. For more information about the program, please review the program guidelines.

San Joaquin Valley, SJV

Community improvement projects that reduce vehicle use and emissions (San Joaquin Valley)

The San Joaquin Valley District is accepting applications from public agencies requesting match assistance funding for land use and community development projects that reduce vehicle use and emissions through enhanced walkability and increased use of zero and near-zero emission transportation options. Applications for this component are currently being accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. For specific information about the requirements of the component, please review the program guidelines. (Due JUNE 30, 2020)

2017 Bicycle Facilities Grant Program (Bay Area only) - BAAQMD

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (Air District) is pleased to announce the 2017 Bicycle Facilities Grant Program, which offers funding to support the construction of new bicycle facilities, including bikeways and secure parking, in the Bay Area. The goal of this Program is to reduce air emissions from on-road motor vehicles and to improve air quality by helping residents and commuters to mode shift to cycling and walking as alternatives to driving for short and first- & last-mile trips.