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Expression of Interest Application
We can help you save money by defraying the cost to install the charging stations, funding 100% of the electrical infrastructure for approved projects and rebates for some charging station equipment installations.
By providing charging stations, you will be positioned at the top of the pack, as a leader committed to both environmental sustainability and your customers, employees and tenants.
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Or contact us with any questions.
Contact us to determine if your publicly-accessible DCFC stations are eligible for a credit set at the same rate as the distribution demand charge. This is a time-limited discount, available on a first come, first served basis.
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Contact us to discuss this service to support electrification of customer fleets. This offering is limited to a total of approximately 12 fleet operators in Rhode Island, including corporate light-duty, government light/medium/heavy-duty, public transit, and municipal school buses.
Data as of 3/15/2020
Contact us for more information or questions.
Level 2 EV Charging Station Program Segments and Availability
DCFC EV charging Station Program Segments and Availability
National Grid is committed to helping Rhode Island meet its greenhouse gas emissions goals and providing healthier modes of transportation. Electrifying school buses can contribute to reaching these goals.Compared to diesel buses, electric buses have approximately 3X fewer emissions and have lower operating and maintenance costs. National Grid's Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program can help by funding by funding 100% of electric infrastructure and installation costs + 75% of the charging station equipment costs for electric bus charging stations.
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Experienced vendors should submit information on three to five charging station projects including references. Or contact us for more information.