MassEVIP: Fleets

The Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) provides incentives for eligible entities to acquire electric vehicles and install charging stations.
Incentives are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For the current award cycle, MassDEP has committed all available funds.

MassEVIP Questions?

Phone

Contact Sejal Shah of MassDEP 617-556-1015

The Details

How to apply

Send your completed application to:

MassDEP Bureau of Air & Waste
1 Winter Street, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02108

Attn: Sejal Shah

See details below.

Email your application as a PDF attachment to: sejal.shah@state.ma.us

See details below.

Next steps

  1. What to Know

    MassEVIP: Fleets is aimed at increasing the deployment of electric vehicles (EVs) and giving advanced transportation technology more visibility across the state.

    Cities and towns, state agencies, and state colleges and universities are eligible to apply for funding toward the purchase of EVs and the installation of Level 2 dual-port charging stations.

    Incentives are available on a first-come, first-served basis until all available funding is committed.

    See the brochure and Q&A sheet below for additional information.

  2. Submit Your Application

    Complete the application below and mail or email it to:

    MassDEP Bureau of Air & Waste
    1 Winter Street, 6th Floor
    Boston, MA 02108
    Attn: Sejal Shah

    sejal.shah@state.ma.us

    Please Note: You must apply and receive an award letter before purchasing vehicle(s) and/or installing charging station(s).

  3. MassDEP Reviews Your Application

    The agency will check your application for completeness and verify your organization's eligibility.

    After satisfactory review and within 30 days of receiving your application, MassDEP will issue your organization an award letter and an end-user agreement that specifies the terms and conditions of your award.

    Once you have signed and returned your agreement to MassDEP, you have 180 days to complete your vehicle acquisition(s) and/or charging station installation(s).

    • Purchase Vehicles and/or Install Charging Stations

      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; and/or
      • Electric vehicle charging stations.

      MassDEP provides MassEVIP incentive payments directly to vendors on state contract or directly to your organization if it chooses one or more other vendors.

    More info

    Lists of MassEVIP Phase I, II & III Awards, December 2016 (PDF)
    Sixty-nine separate entities have received nearly $2.3 million in grant funds to acquire 231 electric vehicles and 78 dual-port charging stations.

    Electric Vehicle Charging Station Locations
    Search by Zip Code for publicly-accessible electric vehicle charging stations near you, using this lookup developed by the U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center.

    MassDEP Flickr Photostream: Completed MassEVIP Fleets Projects
    See images of electric vehicles and charging stations that cities, towns and municipal authorities have acquired or installed with MassEVIP assistance.

    Contact

    Phone

    Contact Sejal Shah of MassDEP 617-556-1015

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