Helpful Resources for Securing 2023 Electric Vehicles Funding

As the Biden Administration rolls out new information about grants to build EV charging infrastructure and accelerate the shift to electric and alternative fuel vehicles, these resources can help your city develop a winning application.

Charging and Fueling Infrastructure (CFI) Grant Program Webinar 

Webinar for Mayors and city leaders with top Federal officials, who shared tips on how to secure funds through the Charging and Fueling Infrastructure (CFI) Discretionary Grant Program. Applications for these grants are due May 30.

5 Winning Strategies for Developing a successful CFI Application

Developing a successful Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging and Fueling Grant Program Application — details key strategies to help local leaders garner federal funds for an electric vehicle charging project.

(CFI) Discretionary Grant Program Summary 

Summary of the Charging and Fueling Infrastructure (CFI) Discretionary Grant Program highlights the funding that’s available — including Community Program Grants ($350 million) and Alternative Fuel Corridor (AFC) Grants ($350 million) — as well as the eligibility requirements and evaluation criteria for applicants.

National League of Cities’ Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grant Bootcamp Resources

 Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grant Bootcamp Resources offers a mix of recorded webinars, practical tools, and templates to guide cities through the application process and help them submit strong applications.

White House EV Acceleration Challenge

The White House wants your input. Share how your community is accelerating the shift to electric vehicles by responding to the EV Acceleration Challenge.

The Electrification Coalition’s CFI Program Resources 

FTA’s Low-No Emission Vehicle Program & Bus Facilities Program Guidance

Learn more about Sacramento’s EV initiatives

Electric Vehicles Grants – Frequently Asked Questions