Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grants (Community Charging)
Program funds will be made available each fiscal year for Community Grants, to install electric vehicle charging and alternative fuel in locations on public roads, schools, parks, and in publicly accessible parking facilities. These grants will be prioritized for rural areas, low-and moderate-income neighborhoods, and communities with low ratios of private parking, or high ratios of multiunit dwellings.
The federal cost share requirement is 80% Federal, 20% non-Federal.
ELIGIBLE RECIPIENTS include: State or political subdivision of a State, Metropolitan Planning Organization, Local government, Special purpose district or public authority with a transportation function, Tribe, Territory
ELIGIBLE USES include: Acquisition and installation of publicly accessible electric vehicle
charging or alternative fueling infrastructure, operating assistance (for the first 5 years after installation), acquisition and installation of traffic control devices.
Priority will be given to rural areas and low- and moderate-income neighborhoods
This program is designed to provide technical assistance and training for small rural businesses.
CIG On-Farm Conservation Innovation Trials
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) are competitive grants that drive public and private sector innovation in resource conservation. On-Farm Trials supports more widespread adoption of innovative approaches, practices, and systems on working lands.