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Please contact MassDEP if you need the application in an alternate format.
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MassEVIP Fleets is a MassDEP rolling grant program aimed at making electric vehicles (EVs) more widely available across Massachusetts. The program provides incentives for public entities to buy or lease EVs. Maximum funding amounts depend on vehicle type and means of acquisition.
Type of Acquisition Available Funding Level BEV Purchase Up to $7,500 per Vehicle BEV Lease Up to $5,000 per Vehicle PHEV Purchase Up to $5,000 per Vehicle PHEV Lease Up to $3,000 per Vehicle ZEM Purchase Up to $750 per Vehicle
Key to Acronyms:
BEV = Battery Electric Vehicle
PHEV = Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle
ZEM = Zero Emission Motorcycle
See the program requirements and frequently asked questions below to learn more.
Note: If your project is not for the purchase or lease of EVs by a municipality, state agency, or state college/university, scroll to Step 5 below to Learn About Other MassEVIP Programs for which you might be eligible.Open PDF file, 182.04 KB, MassEVIP Fleets Requirements (English, PDF 182.04 KB)Open PDF file, 575.91 KB, MassEVIP Frequently Asked Questions (English, PDF 575.91 KB)
Follow the link below to complete your application. Submit one application per entity. MassDEP accepts applications on a first-come, first-served basis until all available funding is spent.
Note: You will be asked to upload a current Form W-9 as part of the online application process. This must have been signed and dated within the past year. A blank is provided below for your convenience.
Please email email@example.com if you need the application in an alternate format, or to be placed on the mailing list for future MassEVIP funding opportunities.Open PDF file, 200.44 KB, Form W-9: Request for Taxpayer Identification Number & Certification (English, PDF 200.44 KB)
MassDEP Reviews Your Application
The agency begins by verifying your eligibility and checking your application for completeness. If you are not eligible, MassDEP will notify you by email.
After receiving your complete application, MassDEP will issue you an approval letter and contract documents within 30 days.
Complete Your MassEVIP Project
Once you sign and return the contract documents to MassDEP, you have 180 days to acquire the EV(s).
As a public entity, your organization is eligible to use statewide contracts to acquire electric passenger cars, sport utility vehicles, trucks, vans, special services vehicles, and police pursuit vehicles.
MassDEP provides MassEVIP incentive payments directly to vendors on statewide contract, or directly to your organization if you select one or more vendors not on statewide contract.
Statewide Contract User Guide: Contract VEH110: Light- & Medium-Duty Vehicles
Learn About Other MassEVIP Programs
If you are not eligible to apply for MassEVIP funding through the program described on this page, you may qualify for others. For more detailed information about available funding, eligible entities and locations, and requirements, follow the links in this table or see the matrix below.
Program Eligible to Apply Direct Current Fast Charging Non-residential private, public, or non-profit sites available for public use and educational campuses with at least 15 students on site Multi-Unit Dwelling & Educational Campus Charging Private, public, or non-profit dwellings with five or more residential units and educational campuses with at least 15 students on site Public Access Charging Non-residential public, private, or non-profit sites available for public use Workplace & Fleet Charging Private, public, or non-profit workplaces with at least 15 employees on site, and private, public or non-profit locations where fleet vehicles are garagedOpen PDF file, 119.15 KB, Matrix of MassEVIP Grant Programs (English, PDF 119.15 KB)
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MassDEP has provided municipalities and regional entities across the state with millions of dollars in MassEVIP Fleets grant funds to acquire hundreds of electric vehicles and charging stations.
Please Note: Funding for fleet charging stations now requires a separate application through the MassEVIP Workplace & Fleet Charging program.
To learn more, see:
- Downloads below for a list of completed projects and community case studies.
- The MassDEP Flickr Photostream for images of electric vehicles and charging stations that cities, towns, and municipal authorities have acquired or installed with MassEVIP assistance.
- Follow MassDEP on Twitter to see updates on MassEVIP projects.
- The following table, which charts the growth in electric (EV) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) vehicles across Massachusetts since the MassEVIP program began.
Downloads for Apply for MassEVIP Fleets IncentivesOpen PDF file, 581.16 KB, MassEVIP Fleets Completed Projects List, August 2022 (English, PDF 581.16 KB)Open PDF file, 130.01 KB, MassEVIP Fleets Case Study: Brockton (English, PDF 130.01 KB)Open PDF file, 129.03 KB, MassEVIP Fleets Case Study: Dalton (English, PDF 129.03 KB)Open PDF file, 129.39 KB, MassEVIP Fleets Case Study: New Bedford (English, PDF 129.39 KB)Open PDF file, 131.04 KB, MassEVIP Fleets Case Study: Rochester (English, PDF 131.04 KB)
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