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Tracking National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Passthrough Grants

By Ryan Alcorn // October 9, 2023



The Federal Highway Administration's approval of state plans for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure deployment marked a significant stride toward fostering a cleaner, more sustainable transportation landscape in the United States. Today, state governments are executing their plans – each at their own pace – to establish an interconnected network of EV charging infrastructure to facilitate access, reliability, and data collection. This article provides an overview of the current status of the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program across each state.


Background


The $5 billion NEVI Program aims to offer dedicated funding to states for the strategic deployment of EV charging infrastructure. The program primarily directs funds towards the designated Alternative Fuel Corridors for electric vehicles, especially along the Interstate Highway System. Once the national network reaches completion, the funding can extend to any public road or other publicly accessible locations.


Key Stats

  • 10 states are actively soliciting applications (Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, New Jersey, New Mexico, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia)

  • 4 states have awards pending (Utah, Rhode Island, Oklahoma, and Kansas)

  • 7 states have announced awards (Ohio, Hawaii, Maine, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Alaska, Kentucky)

  • Total funding for FY 2022: $615 million

  • Estimated funding for FY 2023: $885 million

States Actively Soliciting Applications

State

NEVI Status

Source

Arkansas

Open, due 11/27

Connecticut

Open, due 11/9

Georgia

Open, due 11/17

Indiana

Open, register by 11/1

Michigan

Open, due 11/3

New Jersey

Open, due 10/30

New Mexico

Open, due 11/1

Tennessee

Open, due 11/1

Texas

Open, due 10/16

Virginia

Open, due 10/20

States Not Currently Soliciting Applications:

State

NEVI Status

Source

Alabama

Not yet released

Alaska

Phase 1 closed

Arizona

Not yet released

California

Not yet released

Colorado

Anticipated fall 2023

Washington, DC

Withdrawn, to be reopened

Delaware

Closed 9/14

Florida

Not yet released

Hawaii

Awarded - single recipient

Idaho

Not yet released

Illinois

Not yet released

Iowa

Not yet released

Kansas

First round closed

Kentucky

First round awarded

Louisiana

Not yet released

Maine

First round awarded

Maryland

Not yet released

Massachusetts

Not yet released

Minnesota

Anticipated 12/1

Mississippi

Not yet released

Missouri

Anticipated early 2024

Montana

Not yet released

Nebraska

Not yet released

Nevada

Not yet released

New Hampshire

Anticipated 10/13

New York

Not yet released

North Carolina

Not yet released

North Dakota

Not yet released

Ohio

First round awarded

Oklahoma

Closed 9/15

Oregon

Anticipated October

Pennsylvania

Anticipated Nov/Dec

Rhode Island

Not yet released

South Carolina

Not yet released

South Dakota

Not yet released

Utah

Closed 10/5

Vermont

Not yet released

Washington

Not yet released

West Virginia

Not yet released

Wisconsin

Not yet released

Wyoming

Not yet released, delayed

Ongoing Tracking


The NEVI Formula Program represents a significant investment in the future of sustainable transportation in the United States. As part of our efforts to provide comprehensive grant coverage across the country, GrantExec will track each state as it releases additional rounds of funding opportunities to contractors. With state plans approved and funds allocated, the nation is poised to witness a transformative shift in its transportation infrastructure. This change promises not only to enhance the convenience of EV usage but also to make significant strides toward a more sustainable future.

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