Applications are due by Nov. 13 for up to $100 million in federal funding available for the repair and replacement of non-operational electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

The Electric Vehicle Charger Reliability and Accessibility Accelerator, funded through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, focuses on repairing or replacing broken EV chargers to improve EV charging infrastructure.

Eligible applicants are limited to state departments of transportation and local governments with non-operational chargers listed in the Alternative Fuels Station Locator, which is maintained by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory through its Alternative Fuels Data Center.

Awardees must provide at least 20% of the total cost of the project as a matching share in cash or in-kind services.

Applications are to be submitted through

An informational webinar (passcode: 6agt=iHL) and slides are available online.

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