Charging and Fueling Infrastructure (CFI)

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) established the new Charging and Fueling Infrastructure (CFI) Discretionary Grant Program, with $2.5 billion in appropriated over five years. Funding is available to strategically deploy EV charging and other alternative vehicle-fueling infrastructure projects in publicly accessible locations in urban and rural communities, as well as along designated Alternative Fuel Corridors (AFCs).

Making Electric Vehicle Charging and Alternative Fueling the New Infrastructure Standard (CFI) Webinar

Febraury 13, 2024

Electric Vehicles: Opportunities for Local Leaders Webinar

March 30, 2023

Electric Buses: Lessons from Early Adopters Webinar

March 15, 2023

Fair Paths to EV Charging

January 11, 2023

  • Webinar Recording
  • Webinar Summary: Deliver more equitable rollouts of vehicle charging infrastructure through partnership, using city assets for public charging, and electric carshare programs.

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Making Electric Vehicle Charging and Alternative Fueling the New Infrastructure Standard (CFI) Webinar Recording and Summary

This session featured Gabe Klein, Executive Director of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation; Keith Benjamin, Associate Administrator for Highway Policy and External Affairs, Federal Highway Administration; Mayor Lauren McLean of Boise, ID; Mayor Andy Schor of Lansing, MI; Mayor Steve Patterson of Athens, OH and; Matt Stephens-Rich, Director of Technical Services for the Electrification Coalition who discussed what makes a competitive CFI application and how CFI funding fits within a city’s broader climate plan.

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Charging and Fueling Infrastructure in Athens, Ohio

Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program Overview The Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program (CFI) provides funding to strategically deploy publicly accessible electric vehicle charging infrastructure and other alternative fueling infrastructure....

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