White House opens EV charging regeneration funding

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The Biden-Harris Administration has opened a $100m funding round to support the repair and replacement of EV chargers.

Dubbed the Electric Vehicle Charger Reliability and Accessibility Accelerator, the funding will go towards improving the reliability of the current network to complement the large-scale investment being driven into new projects.

Both public and privately owned chargers are eligible to apply for funding, with money targeted at non-operation chargers.

Responses are due November 13, 2023. The notice of opportunity can be found by clicking here.

P3s are being touted as a potential way to add and upgrade EV chargers to the US road network, with major players such as Georgia Department of Transportation tendering P3 EV rollout projects.