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The U.S. Department of Energy's Vehicle Technologies Office has funded hundreds of projects across the country that advance affordable, domestic transportation fuels and technologies.

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Project Initiative/Award Awardee Status Date
WestSmart EV@Scale: Western Smart Plug-in Regional Partnership for Electric Vehicle (EV) Adoption and Infrastructure at Scale 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects PacifiCorp In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • Oregon

WestSmart EV@Scale: Western Smart Plug-in Regional Partnership for Electric Vehicle (EV) Adoption and Infrastructure at Scale

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$6,640,647 Award

Partners

  • Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities Coalition
The Mid-Atlantic Electrification Partnership: An Electrification Ecosystem of Intermodal Leadership and Intercity Travel 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • Virginia

The Mid-Atlantic Electrification Partnership: An Electrification Ecosystem of Intermodal Leadership and Intercity Travel

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$5,988,154 Award

VoICE-MR: Vocation Integrated Cost Estimation for Maintenance and Repair of Alternative Fuel Vehicles 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects West Virginia University Research Corporation In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • West Virginia

VoICE-MR: Vocation Integrated Cost Estimation for Maintenance and Repair of Alternative Fuel Vehicles

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$1,085,682 Award

Partners

  • Clean Cities Coachella Valley Region
Integrated Fuel Cell Electric Powertrain Demonstration 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects Cummins Inc. In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • Indiana

Integrated Fuel Cell Electric Powertrain Demonstration

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$3,443,663 Award

St. Louis Vehicle Electrification Rides for Seniors (SiLVERS) 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects Forth In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • Missouri

St. Louis Vehicle Electrification Rides for Seniors (SiLVERS)

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$500,000 Award

Developing Replicable, Innovative Variants for Engagement (DRIVE) for Electric Vehicles in the United States 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • Tennessee

Developing Replicable, Innovative Variants for Engagement (DRIVE) for Electric Vehicles in the United States

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$1,801,697 Award

Partners

  • East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition
  • Clean Cities-Georgia
  • Wisconsin Clean Cities
Medium-Duty eTruck: Pilot Electrified Fleets in Urban and Regional Applications 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects University of Texas at Austin In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • Texas

Medium-Duty eTruck: Pilot Electrified Fleets in Urban and Regional Applications

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$1,000,000 Award

Partners

  • East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition
Electric Vehicle Preparedness Toolkit and Expanded Online EV Training Courses to provide Nationwide, Multi-Disciplinary Community Outreach Education 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects National Fire Protection Association In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • Massachusetts

Electric Vehicle Preparedness Toolkit and Expanded Online EV Training Courses to provide Nationwide, Multi-Disciplinary Community Outreach Education

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$678,087 Award

Delivering Clean Air in Denver: Propane Trucks and Infrastructure in Mail Delivery Application 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects Denver Metro Clean Cities Coalition In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • Colorado

Delivering Clean Air in Denver: Propane Trucks and Infrastructure in Mail Delivery Application

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$500,000 Award

Twin Cities Electric Vehicle Community Mobility Network 2020 Innovative Vehicle Technologies Projects American Lung Association In progress Sep 2020

States impacted:

  • Minnesota

Twin Cities Electric Vehicle Community Mobility Network

The objective of the Twin Cities Electric Vehicle Community Mobility Network Project is to deploy electric vehicle (EV) charging and electric vehicles along with providing supporting outreach and education, creating a community-focused mobility network that reduces barriers to EV adoption. The EV Spot Network (formerly referred to as the Twin Cities Electric Vehicle Mobility Network) will have three unique aspects:

  • EV Spot Charging: The charging hubs will be located on public roadways throughout Saint Paul and Minneapolis and operated by the cities. Each charging hub will be available for users to plug in the shared electric vehicles as well as for the public to charge privately owned electric vehicles.

  • Evie Carsharing Service: HOURCAR, a local carsharing nonprofit, will operate the new carsharing service called Evie. For the first time in the Twin Cities, this carsharing service will use a one-way, semi free-floating model.

  • Multifamily EV Carshare Pilot: 50 charging stations and shared electric vehicles at 25 multifamily sites.

The project will deploy electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) and electric vehicles in St. Paul, Minneapolis, and surrounding suburbs. The EVSE deployments include both Level 2 chargers as well as DC fast chargers. The vehicle deployments provide a public carsharing program and dedicated carsharing access at multi-unit dwellings. The project will also host ride and drive events as well as community events to foster a community-focused EV network.

Project Website: EV Spot Network

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$6,653,985 Award

Partners

  • City of Saint Paul
  • City of Minneapolis
  • East Metro Strong
  • HOURCAR
  • Xcel Energy
  • Minnesota Clean Cities Coalition