Fiscal Year 2017 funding round for the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program is now open! This competitive grant program provides financial assistance to aid in the development of public access, alternative fuel refilling/charging infrastructure in the state of Maryland. Stakeholders should note one key difference in this years program versus last year’s program funding round: Eligible DC Fast Charging Stations must now have a minimum power level of 50 kW, up from 20 kW.
For additional information on the program and incentive levels, please visit the program website. Program guidelines and application forms can be found at the program website. Applications may be submitted via email to Michael Jones (preferred) or submitted by hard copy to:
Attention- Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program
Maryland Energy Administration
1800 Washington Boulevard, Suite 755
Baltimore, MD 21230
Applications are due by 5:00 PM EST on February 10, 2017.