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Portland General Electric Launches Drive Change Fund

Portland General Electric has launched a Drive Change Fund, which supports projects that help electrify transportation in Oregon.

PGE will award a total of $1.75 million in grants in 2019 to Oregon nonprofits, businesses, and government entities with electric vehicle projects that provide a community benefit, like meeting the needs of underserved communities. Grant funding comes from the sale of Oregon Clean Fuels Program credits.

Applicants may be nonprofit, for-profit, or government entities — they don’t need to be PGE customers, but projects must benefit the public in areas that PGE serves. The competitively-awarded grants will range from $5,000 up to $575,000, and can cover 100 percent of eligible project costs. Applications for 2019 are due by August 30.

Learn more about the program and see full eligibility details on PGE’s website.

Pacific Power Offers Grants for EV Charging Infrastructure
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PACIFIC POWER HAS OPENED A NEW ROUND OF GRANTS FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE.

Funding awards will cover up to 100 percent of the eligible costs to purchase and install charging stations. Eligible projects can include businesses installing chargers for employees and customers, multi-family housing, community car sharing programs, and others.

Projects will be selected quarterly through a competitive evaluation process, so act fast! Cycle 3 starts now, and applications are due May 15.

More information, including eligibility requirements and application materials, is available on Pacific Power’s website. Pacific Power will also host a webinar for grant seekers on April 30 at 11 a.m. Email Pacific Power to sign up!

Pacific Power Offering Oregon Grants for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Photo: Pacific Power

Photo: Pacific Power

Pacific Power is now offering grants for electric vehicle charging infrastructure for its non-residential customers.

Funding awards will cover up to 100 percent of the eligible costs to purchase and install charging stations. Total grant funding is capped at $1.45 million through the end of 2019.

Projects will be selected quarterly through a competitive evaluation process, so act fast! Cycle 1 starts now, and applications are due November 15. Pacific Power expects to notify the first round of awardees in December.

More information, including eligibility requirements and application materials, is available on Pacific Power’s website.