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Light Duty Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure RFI

This Request for Information (RFI) seeks to develop the program for EVCI. The Department is requesting input from individuals or entities interested in installing EVCI infrastructure. Failure to complete and submit a completed RFI does not preclude interested entities from participating in this program. However, the data provided will help determine the scope of available funding and timing of projects.

If you are not a government or nongovernment entity interested in receiving funding for EVCI, please send comments regarding DEMP to VWMitigation@FloridaDEP.gov.

Before completing the RFI survey, please read through the requirements below for the eligible EVCI projects as specified by the Final Trust Agreement. Please note that the maximum cost-share amounts allowable by the Department are listed below. However, the Department will set the actual cost-share during the development of the program after the RFI has closed.

Light Duty Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure (EVCI)

Funds shall not be made available or used to purchase or rent real-estate, other capital costs, or general maintenance.
 
  1. Light duty ECVI includes, Level 2 or fast charging (Level 3) equipment that is in a public place, workplace, or multi-unit dwelling and is not consumer light duty EVCI (i.e., not located at a private residential dwelling that is not a multi-unit dwelling).
     
  2. Maximum cost share amounts that can be provided by the Department are as follows (the actual amount has not been decided):
     
    1. Up to 100% of the cost to purchase, install and maintain eligible EVCI equipment available to the public at a Government Owned Property.
       
    2. Up to 80% of the cost to purchase, install and maintain eligible ECVI equipment available to the public at a Non-Government Owned Property.
       
    3. Up to 60% of the cost to purchase, install and maintain eligible EVCI equipment available at a workplace but not to the public.
       
    4. Up to 60% of the cost to purchase, install and maintain eligible EVCI equipment available at a multi-unit dwelling but not to the public.