State Initiatives

The ZEV MOU states are taking a wide range of actions to support the deployment of electric vehicles. Here are some of the programs the states have undertaken.


Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council

The Maryland Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council was established by the legislature in 2011 to develop a plan for integrating EVs and EV charging infrastructure into Maryland’s transportation network. In 2012, EVIC issued an Action Plan to achieve a goal of 60,000...

Maryland Auto Dealer Outreach

Maryland has developed a handout for dealerships and consumers to better understand the incentives available for electric vehicles and charging equipment in the state, with links to tax and Motor Vehicle Administration forms. Maryland is also developing a dealership...

Connecticut Support for Workplace Charging

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is developing a program for workplace charing in partnership with statewide business leaders. Connecticut is also working through U.S. Department of Energy’s Workplace Charging Challenge program...

Connecticut Support for EVs in State Fleets

Connecticut’s Department of Administrative Services is promoting the use of electric vehicles for state agencies, and has begun to add Volts to the state fleet as a pilot program. The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has purchased a...

EVConnecticut

EVConnecticut is a partnership between the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Connecticut Department of Transportation, designed to dispel myths about range anxiety by providing information and resources to local governments,...

Connecticut Dealership Recognition Program

The Revolutionary Dealer Award is a joint recognition program created by DEEP and the Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association (CARA) to publicly recognize two Connecticut auto dealers: the dealer that sells/leases the greatest number of electric vehicles, and the...

Connecticut Clean Fuels Program

The Connecticut Department of Transportation’s Clean Fuels Program covers the full cost differential for ZEVs for the cost incurred by public fleets in excess of an equivalent conventional vehicle. This program can assist state agencies and municipalities in deploying...

Connecticut CHEAPR Incentive Program

The Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate (CHEAPR) program offers rebates of up to $3,000 for Connecticut residents who purchase or lease a new eligible battery electric, fuel cell electric, or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. This point-of-sale...
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