Electric Charging/Renewable Fuels/Renewable Fuel Infrastructure

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Title Due Date Maximum Award Amount Description
FY21 Standards Development for Bus Exportable Power Systems $1,000,000.00

Notice of Funding Opportunity for Standard Development for Bus Exportable Power Systems (BEPS). The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announces the availability of $1 million of Fiscal Year 2021 funds to one or more projects for development of national standards for BEPS. FTA is seeking applications for projects that will enable public transportation agencies, communities and states to access resilient and flexible power options through bus fleet vehicles during major power disruptions. The major goal of the program is to develop national interoperable BEPS standards – working with FTA, industry stakeholders and technical partners – so that different manufacturers’ systems can use the same technology base and applications for BEPS solutions.

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) - RFI on Clean Hydrogen Manufacturing, Recycling, and Electrolysis $2,000,000.00

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office (HFTO) seeks input on priority areas that will advance domestic manufacturing and recycling of clean hydrogen technologies, including fuel cells, storage equipment, and other hydrogen related components as specified below; and on priority areas that will advance electrolyzer technologies for affordable clean hydrogen production, in alignment with the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and the mission of DOE’s Hydrogen Energy Earthshot to reach the goal of $1 per 1 kilogram in 1 decade (“1 1 1”). This Request for Information(RFI) was developed in coordination with the Advanced Manufacturing Office. This RFI is issued to obtain feedback on the status of and opportunities for technologies that support goals in BIL section 40314, amending the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPACT). The BIL added a new section 815 on clean hydrogen manufacturing and recycling research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) and a new section 816 for the establishment of the Clean Hydrogen Electrolysis Program to EPACT. The EPACT Sec. 815 activities are grouped into a Clean Hydrogen Manufacturing Initiative (815a) focused on enhancing domestic manufacturing of clean hydrogen use, storage, and related equipment and a Clean Hydrogen Technology Recycling RD&D Program (815b) that covers recycling of equipment for clean hydrogen processing, delivery, storage, and use, including fuel cells. The Clean Hydrogen Electrolysis Program in section 816 expands on DOE’s existing, comprehensive Program on electrolysis and is a research, development, demonstration, commercialization, and deployment program aimed at improving efficiency, increasing durability, and reducing capital costs of electrolyzers, thus facilitating the commercialization of clean hydrogen electrolyzer technology. DOE does not intend to publish information collected through this RFI; input will be used to develop and refine the programs. The full text of this RFI is available on EERE Exchange (https://eere-exchange.energy.gov). Responses to this RFI must be submitted electronically to H2RFI@ee.doe.gov no later than 5:00 p.m. (ET) on March 29th, 2022. If possible, please copy and paste the RFI questions and use them as a template for your response. Responses must be provided as attachments to an email. It is recommended that attachments with file sizes exceeding 25 MB be compressed (i.e., zipped) to ensure message delivery. Responses must be provided as a Microsoft Word (*.docx) or Adobe Acrobat (*.pdf) attachment to the email. Only electronic responses will be accepted. DOE will not respond to individual submissions or publicly publish a compendium of responses. A response to this RFI will not be viewed as a binding commitment to develop or pursue the project or ideas discussed. Respondents are requested to provide the following information at the start of their response to this RFI: • Company/institution name • Company/institution contact • Contact's address, phone number, and e-mail address.

Lodi EV Charger and Installation Rebate Program No Due Date Given Varies

The City of Lodi offers rebates for the installation and purchase of Level 2 electric vehicle chargers.

LAWDP Electric Vehicle Incentives No Due Date Given $500,000.00

Charge Up LA!

Plug in and save with electric vehicle programs, charging stations and rebates. 


LADWP Residential Customers

  • Used EV rebate 
    • Up to $1,500 for eligible used electric vehicles purchased 9/1/2019 or after
    • Up to $450 for eligible used electric vehicles purchased between 4/1/2018 and August 31, 2019
  • Residential EV Charger Rebate
    • Up to $500 for a qualifying Level 2 EV charger
    • $250 for a dedicated TOU meter
  • EV Rate discount
    • Customers with a dedicated TOU EV meter for charging stations qualify for rate discount for off peak charging


Commercial Customers

  • Level 2 Charging Stations
    • This program is on pause while we update the requirements
  • Direct Current Fast Chargers
    • Up to $75,000 per charging station depending on power output
    • Up to 3 rebates per premises if publicly available
  • Medium and Heavy Duty EV Charging Stations
    • Up to $125,000 per charging station depending on power output
    • Up to $500,00 per premises
  • EV Rate discount
    • Customers with a dedicated TOU EV meter for charging stations qualify for rate discount for off peak charging
PG&E Clean Fuel Rebate No Due Date Given Varies

As an electric vehicle (EV) owner, you're contributing to a cleaner energy future by fueling your vehicle with electricity. PG&E customers with EVs are eligible to receive an $800 Clean Fuel Rebate for their use of electricity as a clean transportation fuel. What does an $800 Clean Fuel Rebate mean for you?


  • $800 is about a year and a half's worth of electricity to fuel your car.
  • $800 can help towards the installation of a Level 2 home charging station.


The Clean Fuel Rebate comes from a State of California program called the Low Carbon Fuel Standard. The goal of the Standard is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation by encouraging the adoption of cleaner transportation fuels, including electricity. Thanks to California EV owners like you, the clean electricity used to fuel your EV helps reduce GHG emissions by 66 percent.


Eligibility requirements


  • Have an active residential electric service from PG&E. The account holder may apply on behalf of an EV owner in the household (or tenant in a multifamily property, mobile home park or HOA) with the vehicle owner’s permission.
  • Own or lease an eligible plug-in electric vehicle or have permission to apply on their behalf (includes tenants in multifamily building).
  • Vehicle has not previously received the Clean Fuel Rebate (including previous ownership).**
  • Be current on vehicle registration fees.
  • Use same address on registration as your PG&E account.
Bay Area Air Quality Management District's Vehicle Trip Reduction Grant Program $1,500,000.00

The Vehicle Trip Reduction Grant Program is currently accepting applications. Eligible projects will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is exhausted.

For fiscal year ending 2020, approximately $6 million in funding is available for award to public agencies through the Vehicle Trip Reduction Grant Program, for transportation services (including first- and last-mile connection) and bicycle infrastructure projects that will reduce vehicle trips.

This program is funded through the Air District’s Transportation Fund for Clean Air Regional Fund, which provides grants to improve air quality within the nine-county Bay Area by reducing emissions of criteria pollutants from on-road vehicles.

Voluntary Airport Low Emissions Program (VALE) No Due Date Given Varies

VALE improves airport air quality and provides air quality credits for future airport development. Created in 2004, VALE helps airport sponsors meet their state-related air quality responsibilities under the Clean Air Act. Through VALE, airport sponsors can use Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funds and Passenger Facility Charges (PFCs) to finance low emission vehicles, refueling and recharging stations, gate electrification, and other airport air quality improvements.

As of September 2018, VALE grants have funded 105 projects at 51 airports. Details can be found in the project summary below. VALE grants are expected to reduce ozone emissions by 1,192 tons per year for the next 5 years. This is equivalent to removing 66,550 cars and trucks off the road each year.