Fleet Advisory Services Program
National Grid’s Fleet Advisory Service Program offers an assessment that identifies fleet vehicles ready for electrification. The Fleet Advisory Services are available at no-cost to qualifying customers. While these Fleet Advisory Services are available at no-cost, we require the full support of fleet managers for the most successful outcome.
National Grid is offering no-cost Fleet Advisory Services to publicly owned fleets. The program assists public fleets with comprehensive advisory services to navigate the complex journey to vehicle electrification, create fleet electrification plans, and estimate total cost of ownership savings.
Public fleet customers include:
- Public Transit Agencies
- School Buses
- Federal or State fleets
- Public Universities
Preference will be given to eligible fleets that serve or operate in Environmental Justice Communities.
National Grid is partnering with ICF to offer Fleet Advisory Services. Please visit the Program website to enroll.
The Fleet EV Off-Peak Charging Program allows customers to earn rebates when charging commercial EVs during designated off-peak times.
The program is available to all fleets, including private and government-owned commercial vehicles.
Additional details coming soon.
To learn about the EV Charging Program and installing charging stations for your fleet visit ngrid.com/ma-evcharging
National Grid is offering a no-cost Fleet Assessment to any customer type in New York. This Assessment provides site feasibility, rate analysis, estimated billing impacts and related recommendations so National Grid can assist fleets with making informed decisions when transitioning their fleet to electric vehicles. Please fill out this application. Completed applications can be emailed to NGFleetProgram@nationalgrid.com.
Additionally, National Grid provides “make-ready” charging infrastructure incentives to support fleet electrification:
- Light- Duty Fleets (for Class 1 and 2 vehicles, or <10k lbs.) - Sites can receive charging infrastructure funding under the Commercial Make Ready program. That funding provides 50%, 90%, or 100% of the infrastructure funding, depending on eligibility.
- Medium- and Heavy- Duty Vehicle (MHDV) Fleets (for Class 3 and larger vehicles, or >10k lbs.): National Grid can fund infrastructure investments to enable MHDV EV projects, with funding of up to 50% of customer-side infrastructure costs and up to 90% of grid-side costs for eligible projects. Customer-side incentive infrastructure caps are up to $220 per kW for DCFC ports, and $3,500 per port for Level 2 ports. To be eligible, customers must either:
- Participate in a vehicle incentive program, including the New York Truck Voucher Incentive Program (NYTVIP), the NYSERDA NY School Bus Incentive Program (NYSBIP), or the EPA Clean School Bus Program. EV Chargers in a Disadvantaged Community (DAC) are eligible for both customer-side and grid-side incentives, while projects participating in these vehicle programs in non-DAC locations can receive grid-side funding only.
- Make their EV charging ports accessible to the public. Customers can be eligible for both customer-side and grid-side incentives with this option
To learn more about the UNY Electric Vehicle Charging Station Make-Ready Program visit ngrid.com/uny-evcharging.