The U.S. Department of Energy's Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO) has awarded more than $570 million since 1998 through its funding opportunities in support of Technology Integration Program projects across the country that advance deployment of efficient and sustainable transportation technologies. These project awards contribute to advancing affordable, domestic transportation fuels, energy efficient mobility systems, and other fuel-saving technologies and practices. For information about applying for funding, watch an Information Session Series with recorded videos explaining the VTO funding opportunity announcement process and application components.
This is a partial list of recently funded Technology Integration Program projects:
- Understanding transportation electrification in public and private fleets.
- Integrating alternative fuel vehicles and fueling infrastructure in urban and rural communities.
- Implementing living lab projects that demonstrate and assess new mobility solutions that maximize the return on investment to mobility systems in terms of time, cost, energy, and opportunity.
- Developing fueling and charging stations along busy transportation corridors.
- Providing resiliency planning through diversified vehicle and fueling options.
- Securing real-world data on total cost of ownership for alternative fuels.
- Planning community-driven transportation decarbonization in underserved communities.
For summaries of project lessons learned that could be leveraged for curbside EV charging, EV car share, EV charging for multifamily housing, or EV mobility hubs projects, see Considerations for Clean Cities Projects.