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EnergIIZE’s 2023 EV Fast Track Funding Lane Workshop (1/24/2023)

Join the Energy Infrastructure Incentives for Zero-Emission (EnergIIZE) Commercial Vehicles team for workshop on their upcoming EV Fast Track funding lane – infrastructure to support medium and heavy duty zeroemission vehicles.  

EnergIIZE Commercial Vehicles is a $69 million project that provides infrastructure incentives for public and private fleets, owner/operators, school bus fleets and transit agencies that wish to deploy battery electric or hydrogen fuel cell vehicle technology.  
 
This workshop will provide an overview of the EV Fast Track Application Process ahead of the next release in funds which will open February 17, 2023. This conversation is a continuation of informational workshops hosted by the EnergIIZE team. 

EV Fast Track Year 2 Application Process Overview
January 24, 2023
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. PT

Webinar Registration – Zoom

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