Massachusetts Clean Cities Coalition Programs and Projects

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Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (Mor-EV)

Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (Mor-EV). State funded Electric Vehicle Rebate program for purchasing and leasing EVs has been extended. Starting on January 1, 2020, MOR-EV will support qualifying battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) up to a $50,000 final purchase price with a $2,500 rebate. Additionally, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVS) with an all-electric range of 25 miles or greater and with a final purchase price up to $50,000 are eligible for a $1,500 rebate. Rebates will not be made available to purchases made prior to January 1, 2020. Eligible vehicles listed here.

DOER & DOE Plug In America Funding

The U.S. Department of Energy awarded funding to the Clean Cities program in Massachusetts and Plug in America. The funding will assist in collaboration between the programs and help deploy:

  • Electric vehicles
  • Plug-in electric vehicles
  • Fuel cell electric vehicles

The initiatives give consumers experience with electric vehicles and help show how simple the switch to electric can be. 

DOER grants for Electric School Bus pilot:

DOER's Vehicle-to-Grid Electric School Bus Pilot Program has awarded three grants for buying electric school buses and chargers.

Schools that have received grants:

  • Amherst Public Schools
  • Cambridge Public Schools
  • Concord Public Schools

The program aims to reduce schools’ petroleum use and test the benefits of electric school bus technology. The electric buses are less expensive and more environmentally-friendly than traditional diesel buses. Electricity is cleaner than diesel by at least 70% and at least 40% cheaper. This program will be one of the first uses of electric school buses on the East Coast of the United States.

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VEH-102 Request for Response

VEH-102 is a Request for Response by the Commonwealth for the procurement of Advanced Vehicle Technology equipment, supplies, and services.

Advanced Vehicle Technology includes:

  • Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE)
  • Anti-Idling technology
  • After-market conversion technology

The services requested in the contract are intended to assist the Commonwealth and its partners keep pace with the energy efficient alternatives in the transportation sector.

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Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) Charging Funds

The Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) offers the Workplace Charging program. The Workplace Charging program is an open grant program. MassEVIP Workplace Charging offers employers 50% of the funding for hardware costs towards Level 1 and 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations. Grants may be in amounts up to $25,000. Massachusetts employers with 15 or more employees in non-residential places of business are eligible.

Learn more about the MassEVIP Workplace Charging program

Questions and answers about MassEVIP

Leading by Example Solar Canopies

DOER's Leading by Example (LBE) Clean Energy Grant Program for Solar Photovoltaic Canopies has awarded $245,000 in grant funding. These grants supported the installation of a 490 kW solar canopy at a MassDOT facility in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. The program has awarded six grants for installing over 6.5 MW of solar power at state facilities.

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