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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.   

Massachusetts Fleet Advisory Services Program  

National Grid is offering 100 no-cost Fleet Advisory Services to fleets owned and/or operated by public entities.

Eligible MA electric customers include:

  • Public Transit Agencies
  • MA Cities and Towns
  • State Agencies
  • Federal Agencies
  • Public Universities & Colleges

Preference will be given to eligible fleets that serve or operate in Environmental Justice Communities.

National Grid is partnering with ICF to offer the Fleet Advisory Services. To learn more or enroll, visit Fleet Advisory Services.

New York Fleet Assessment Program 

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

Additionally, National Grid provides “make-ready” charging infrastructure incentives to support fleet electrification:

  • Light- Duty Fleets (for Class 1 and 2 fleet vehicle charging) - 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) Pilot Program for Fleets (for Class 3 and higher vehicles) - National Grid will fund a significant portion of the grid-side infrastructure to bring power to the charging station to power electric vehicle fleets.
    • Focused on disadvantaged communities
    • Covers up to 90% of utility-side make-ready costs
    • Applicants must participate in the New York Truck Voucher Incentive Program (NYTVIP)

To learn more about the UNY Electric Vehicle Charging Station Make-Ready Program visit