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


Project Initiative/Award Awardee Status Date
Decentralized Mobility Ecosystem: Market Solutions for 21st Century Electrified Mobility 2019 Advanced Vehicle Technologies Research Clean Fuels Ohio In progress Oct 2019

States impacted:

  • Ohio

Decentralized Mobility Ecosystem: Market Solutions for 21st Century Electrified Mobility

This project demonstrates an operationally and economically beneficial model for electric vehicle (EV) adoption and charging station deployment by transportation service fleets, such as taxis, carsharing fleets, and transportation network companies (TNCs), and by major parking providers, such as universities, airports, hotels, and corporate campuses. The decentralized mobility ecosystem hubs deployed in this project minimize the financial risks of EV usage for drivers (both commercial drivers and the general public) while strategically locating mobility hubs to maximize EV utilization across multiple use cases (taxi, TNC, delivery, carsharing). This innovative project addresses the main operational and economic barriers to vehicle electrification in the mobility and transportation services sectors. Additionally, the project is designed to create and disseminate a complete "Replication Playbook" geared toward transportation fleet or parking service providers. The playbook includes a fully framed business plan, design and engineering plans, new commercialized software applications and tools for turn-key scaling, and marketing tools.

For more information on this project, check the Technology Integration 2020 Annual Report or Annual Merit Review presentation.

Learn more about the 2019 Advanced Vehicle Technologies Research.

$620,000 award from DOE

$722,000 matching funds (cost share)


  • Clean Fuels Ohio