Municipal Vehicles and Charging Stations
Which Municipalities in the Mid-Hudson are using Electric Vehicles in their municipal fleet?
|City of Kingston||Town of Clarkstown||Town/Village of Scarsdale|
|City of Beacon||Town of Cortlandt||Village of Buchanan|
|City of New Rochelle||Town of Fishkill||Village of Hastings-on-Hudson|
|City of Rye||Town of Mamaroneck||Village of Irvington|
|City of White Plains||Town of Mount Pleasant||Village of Mamaroneck|
|City of Yonkers||Town of Ossining||Village of Mount Kisco|
|Sullivan County||Town of Somers||Village of Pleasantville|
|Town of Bethel||Town of Saugerties||Ulster County|
Information on Making the Electric Vehicle Fleet Transition
- Joint Utilities Fleet Assessments: Con Ed, Central Hudson, NYSEG, Orange and Rockland
- Electrification Coalition Climate Mayors EV Purchasing Collaborative
- Electrification Coalition Fleet Assessments
- NYS Office of General Services: Green Your Fleet
- Empire Clean Cities: Empire Green Fleets Program (for communities in the Lower Hudson Valley)
Information on Charging Stations
- Pattern for Progress EV Charging Study, including their Best practices and policies guide and template zoning ordinance for multi-family charging.
- Municipal Grant Funding:
- DEC ZEV Infrastructure Grant Program – Grant program that will pay up to 100% the cost of charging station infrastructure and installation. Opens most years in the summer.
- DEC ZEV Rebate Program – Rebate program to reimburse municipalities for up to $7,500 off the cost of an electric vehicle. Opens most years in the summer.
- Joint Utilities Make-Ready Funding – Incentive Program to pay for up to 100% the cost of the pre-installation costs of charging stations.
- Specific Utility Links: Con Ed, Central Hudson, NYSEG, Orange and Rockland
- NYSERDA Charge Ready 2.0 Program – Up to $4,000 per charging port installed at a public facility (must be located within a NYS Designated Disadvantaged Community.)
- USDoT Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program – available for 5 years. Annual grant program starting in 2023. Minimum grant size is $500,000.
- New York Truck Voucher Incentive Program – covers most or all of the incremental cost (above the comparable diesel vehicle) of heavy-duty electric vehicles such as transit buses and garbage trucks. Vehicles must be replaced by a diesel vehicle and that vehicle must be scrapped.
- HVRC 2022 Clean Fleets Funding Webinar – Recording and Slides
Looking to start an Electric Vehicle Community Campaign for NYSERDA Clean Energy Communities Credit? Visit HVRC's EV Campaign Resources Webpage!