Municipalities receiving $8.3 million for EV charging Infrastructure

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New York Construction Report staff writer

More than $8.3 million will be shared by 70 municipalities to install electric vehicle charging stations, a project expected to help the state achieve greenhouse gas emission reduction requirements under the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act.

This is the largest award since the program began in 2016 and more than 42 percent of the grant funding was awarded for projects located in disadvantaged communities.

“DEC is proud to work with the communities and local leaders across the state investing in clean energy, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and building sustainable infrastructure,” said Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos. “This funding will continue to grow New York’s electric vehicle charging network in communities as we shift to zero-emissions vehicles to reduce emissions and improve the health and safety of New Yorkers.”

ZEV infrastructure grants are available to cities, towns, villages, and counties across New York under the DEC Municipal ZEV Program. The program also offers rebates for zero-emission fleet vehicles.

The 2022 rebate awards for municipal zero-emission fleet vehicles were announced in December. Since its inception in 2016, the Municipal ZEV Program awarded more than $16 million in rebates and grants (including this round) towards the purchase of 114 plug-in hybrid vehicles and 182 all-electric vehicles, 1,076 Level 2 charging ports, 44 fast charge pedestals, and three hydrogen fuel cell filling nozzles.

Recipients:

Capital Region

  • City of Albany, $499,769.60 for 28 Level 2 charging ports
  • Albany County, $65,970.80 for 14 Level 2 charging ports
  • City of Schenectady, $54,800 for eight Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Menands, $32,934 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Catskill, $26,605.95 for eight Level 2 charging ports

Central New York

  • City of Oneida, $450,711 for eight Level 2 charging ports and two DCFC pedestals
  • Town of Dewitt, $261,800 for 16 Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Salina, $199,400 for one DCFC pedestal
  • Town of Onondaga, $194,521.60 for 10 Level 2 charging ports
  • City of Auburn, $80,288 for six Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Baldwinsville, $35,454.50 for four Level 2 charging ports

Finger Lakes

  • Village of Medina, $245,184 for two DCFC pedestals
  • Village of Clyde, $110,862.60 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Chili, $89,463 for 20 Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Seneca Falls, $86,022 for 12 Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Irondequoit, $79,028.10 for 14 Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Brighton, $63,570 for eight Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Sodus Point, $62,440 for 16 Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Sodus, $44,950 for eight Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Ogden, $31,328 for eight Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of East Bloomfield, $29,071.20 for eight Level 2 charging ports
  • City of Canandaigua, $28,820 for six Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Lodi, $27,908 for eight Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Macedon, $25,274.48 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Richmond, $22,216.50 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Wyoming County, $20,800 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Lima, $13,720 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Pittsford, $12,502 for two Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Albion, $10,500.00 for two Level 2 charging ports

Long Island

  • Town of Oyster Bay, $490,811.41 for 22 Level 2 charging ports and one DCFC pedestal
  • Town of Smithtown, $161,130 for two DCFC pedestals
  • Town of Huntington, $123,264 for 16 Level 2 charging ports
  • City of Glen Cove, $47,774.10 for two Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Sea Cliff, $42,114 for two Level 2 charging ports

Mid-Hudson

  • City of Kingston, $268,644.54 for two DCFC pedestals
  • Town of Mount Pleasant, $250,000 for four DCFC pedestals
  • City of Poughkeepsie, $207,167.50 for four Level 2 charging ports and two DCFC pedestals
  • Village of Croton-on-Hudson, $149,266.78 for 12 Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Amenia, $82,180.40 for two Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Pleasantville, $43,644.01 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Sleepy Hollow, $38,100 for two Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Esopus, $35,260 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Briarcliff Manor, $25,800 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Kent, $23,027.64 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Village Wappingers Falls, $9,790 for two Level 2 charging ports
  • City of White Plains, $9,387.15 for two Level 2 charging ports

Mohawk Valley

  • City of Oneonta, $299,546 for 26 Level 2 charging ports
  • Montgomery County, $268,000 for 24 Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Northville, $23,659 for two Level 2 charging ports

North Country

  • Town of Indian Lake, $236,686.50 for two DCFC pedestals
  • Village of Waddington, $117,375 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Clayton, $87,375 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Jay, $53,292 for six Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Canton, $50,061 for one DCFC pedestal
  • Town of Newcomb, $49,452.50 for six Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Chesterfield, $37,525.45 for two Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Tupper Lake, $17,200 for two Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Ausable, $14,675 for two Level 2 charging ports

Southern Tier

  • Chemung County, $500,000 for two DCFC pedestals
  • Village of Sidney, $80,632.32 for two DCFC pedestals
  • Village of Fleischmanns, $7,573.50 for two Level 2 charging ports

Western New York

  • City of Olean, $499,210 for 20 Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of Amherst, $470,683.20 for 14 Level 2 charging ports and one DCFC pedestal
  • Village of South Dayton, $209,750 for one DCFC pedestal
  • Village of Lancaster, $137,200.00 for two Level 2 charging ports and one DCFC pedestal
  • Town of Grand Island, $50,148 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Village of Hamburg, $49,100.80 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Town of West Seneca, $31,475.70 for four Level 2 charging ports
  • Town Eden, $26,377.96 for two Level 2 charging ports

More information about the DEC Municipal ZEV Infrastructure Grant Program, as well as Municipal ZEV Rebates is available on DEC’s website at: https://www.dec.ny.gov/energy/109181.html#ZEV

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