Please note that, as of January 6, 2020, funding for Level II Workplace and Level II Publicly-Accessible Charging Station incentives has been fully subscribed. Any applications for these two groups received after January 6th will be placed on hold in the order they were received. If additional funding becomes available at a future date, OER will contact those entities with applications on hold.
Funding remains available for Publicly-Accessible DC Fast Charge Stations and Level II Multi-Unit Dwellings.
For any questions, please contact Sara Canabarro at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Electrify RI is an electric vehicle (EV) charging station incentive program, administered by the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources (OER), that seeks to make more charging stations accessible to Rhode Island drivers. The increased availability of charging stations will encourage state residents and business to make the switch to electric vehicles in order to reduce transportation-related carbon emissions and pollutants.
This $1.4 million incentive program will help fund the installation of new EV charging stations – including Level II and Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) – at Rhode Island workplaces, multi-unit dwellings, state and local government properties, and publicly-accessible locations. Incentives will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Organizations that wish to apply for Electrify RI incentives should review the applicable program guidance document to ensure they meet the eligibility criteria. Program documentation, including guidance documents and an incentive application for qualified entities, are available in the “How to Get Started” section of this webpage.
The funds for Electrify RI come from the Volkswagen Diesel Settlement (VW Settlement) Environmental Mitigation Trust and are being invested according to the state’s Beneficiary Mitigation Plan (BMP) to achieve significant and sustained reductions in diesel emissions and expedite development and widespread adoption of zero emission vehicles. Other funds from this settlement are supporting an all-electric bus pilot program at the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA). For more information on the VW settlement, please visit: http://www.dem.ri.gov/programs/air/vwsettle.php .