DelDOT Releases National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Plan Request for Proposals


The Delaware Department of Transportation is seeking proposals for the state’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Plan. The NEVI program will provide a total of $17.5 million to Delaware over a five-year period to deploy fast and reliable electric vehicle charging stations along highways. The goal of NEVI, part of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law,…

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DNREC Funds New Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Stations


Electric vehicle drivers will have more opportunities to charge up along Delaware roads thanks to grants awarded to several businesses and one Delaware municipality. DNREC is funding the 14 new electric vehicle fast charging stations. Users will be able to access the chargers 24 hours a day and pay a fee for powering their vehicles.…

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More EV Charging Stations Coming to Delaware


More electric vehicle charging stations are coming to Delaware roadways. DelDOT and the Department of Natural Resources plan to place 11 multi-vehicle fast-charging stations along major routes through part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law utilizing $18-million in federal funds. Targeted first will be the general areas of Rehoboth Beach on Route 1, Selbyville on Route…

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DNREC’s Clean Transportation Incentive Program Continues into 2020


In response to Delawareans’ growing demand for cleaner fuel and electric vehicles, DNREC’s Division of Climate, Coastal, & Energy announced today that Delaware’s Clean Transportation Incentive Program will continue to offer rebates to drivers and businesses statewide toward the purchase or lease of electric and alternative fuel vehicles and charging stations through Dec. 31, 2020.…

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