Vermont EV Incentive Pilot Program

In 2014, Drive Electric Vermont – a coalition led by the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation and funded by the state – completed a pilot incentives program: $500 incentives for consumers at point-of-sale and $250 incentives for dealers. The Vermont Energy Investment...

Vermont EV Readiness Building Codes

Vermont’s Public Service Department recently released a draft updated State Building Code as well as a Stretch Code for developments that are required to obtain an “Act 205” permit, i.e. larger residential and commercial developments. Requirements include: Multifamily...

Vermont Support for EV Charger Deployment

Vermont currently has an average of 2.5 public charging stations available for every 10,000 light duty vehicles, a per capita availability higher than California’s and almost as high as Oregon’s. A grant program developed by the Agency of Natural Resources and the...

Vermont Support for EVs in State Fleets

Vermont’s ZEV Action Plan establishes a goal of ensuring that a minimum of 25% of light duty state fleet vehicles (purchased and leased) are ZEVs by 2025. This requires adding 6 vehicles per year. Plans are being developed to meet this goal, and a new charging station...
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