Charlottesville Launches Mini-Grant Program for Electric Vehicle Charging Network

Nov. 26, 2013

The City of Charlottesville has launched the first round of accepting applications for its new mini-grant program to support a publically-accessible EV (electric vehicle) charging network in the city.

The mini-grant program aims to support the creation of a network of EV charging stations by working with non-residential private property owners.

Criteria for those private property owners to apply for the program include:

- Chargers must be accessible for use by the general public.
- Within walking distance of commercial, retail, and tourist activity centers.
- Submitted for inclusion on EV charging locator maps.
- Intended to be provided at a low-cost or free rate to the public for a period of at least three years.

The mini-grant program is supported by the Green City Initiatives Fund, established to sponsor sustainability-related demonstration projects and initiatives that promote and support Council's Green City Vision.

Click on the link on the side to learn more about the program, as well as how to apply.



 
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