Partner Clean Energy Business Opportunities
Duke Energy Park and Plug
Issued By: City of Charlotte
Topic Areas: electric vehicles, electric vehicle charging stations, electric buses
Application Deadline: March 31, 2021
Duke Energy has launched four pilot programs as part of its new Park and Plug program, which is focused on expanding electric vehicle (EV) charging options across North Carolina. The four programs are:
- Fast Charging Stations
- Duke Energy Progress will install, own and operate up to 16 Fast Chargers at up to 8 locations.
- Electric School Buses
- Duke Energy Progress will install, own and operate electric school bus chargers and offset a portion of the purchase price of 15 electric school buses by districts across the state.
- Public Level 2 Charging
- Duke Energy will install, own and operate 60 public Level 2 charging stations at key public locations.
- Multifamily Dwelling Chargers
- Duke Energy will install, own and operate up to 30 Level 2 charging stations at multifamily dwellings in order to provide access to residential charging for residents at these locations.
Duke Energy is taking applications for the three public charging pilots, and there is an interest form for the Electric School Buses pilot. For more information on each program and to access the applications/interest form, visit the Park and Plug program page. You will be brought to a page to set your location before accessing the program page.
Community Project Funding
From: Office of Congressman David E. Price: 4th District of North Carolina
Topic Areas: Agriculture, Rural Development, Commerce, Justice, Science, Defense, Energy and Water, Financial Services, General Government, Homeland Security, Interior and Environment, Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, Military Construction, Transportation, Housing and Urban Development
Proposal Deadline: Friday, April 2, 2021
The Office of Congressman David Price is currently accepting Community Project Funding Requests for submission to the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2022. Only non-profit entities and state and local government entities are eligible to submit an application. Projects cannot be designated for private individuals or for-profit entities. Projects must be “shovel-ready” to receive community support. For more information, visit the Office of Congressman David Price website.
North Carolina Volkswagen Settlement Program Phase 1: Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program -- Level 2 Charging Stations (Rebate Program)
Issued By: N.C. Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
Topic Areas: Electric vehicles (EV), EV infrastructure, Level 2 charging stations, Volkswagen settlement, rebates
Applications Open: January 25, 2021
This RFP for the Level 2 Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Charging Infrastructure Program will assist interested parties in applying for funds using a first-come, first-served rebate process to install light-duty ZEV Level 2 charging infrastructure, as described in the North Carolina Volkswagen Mitigation Plan. Rebate applications will be accepted until the funds are exhausted. See the RFP for information on who may apply for funding, the funding levels for this program, project eligibility, match requirements, activities eligible for funding, and other information that will help applicants plan their projects and submit proposals.