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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
Expanding Access to Charging at Home (EACH) Program 2022 Projects for the Electrification of America's Transportation Sector Forth In progress Oct 2023

States impacted:

  • California
  • District of Columbia
  • Indiana
  • Michigan
  • New York
  • Oregon
  • Virginia
  • Washington

Expanding Access to Charging at Home (EACH) Program

The objective of the EACH program is to educate multifamily (MF) housing stakeholders on the best practices of deploying electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure within a MF property-specific context, all while ensuring affordable access to charging for underserved communities. The project approach has three main elements that make it well designed to meet these objectives: (1) including multifamily housing (MFH) industry partners from the outset of the project and meeting MF stakeholders where they are; (2) centering equity by focusing efforts around addressing barriers to access for lower-income and historically underserved MFH residents; and (3) build a program that is financially sustainable to ensure the materials and website developed stay available to the MFH industry until they are no longer needed. The project goals include reaching 50,000 members of our key audience (including property management companies, homeowner’s associations, property developers, architects, property owners, public housing authorities, student housing stakeholders, parking management organizations, electric vehicle charging providers, transportation agencies, and electric utilities) via outreach strategies including conference attendance, webinars, virtual meetings with associations, social media, traditional advertising, and speaking engagements; securing 2,500 commitments from our key audience for EV charging infrastructure installation at their locations, at least 1,250 of which will be within Justice40 communities; and performing five speaking engagements at significant MFH industry conferences.

Learn more about the 2022 Projects for the Electrification of America's Transportation Sector.

$2,000,000 award from DOE

$100,000 matching funds (cost share)


  • Electrification Coalition
  • National Multifamily Housing Council
  • Energetics GRID Alternatives
  • Drive Clean Indiana
  • Virginia Clean Cities
  • Michigan Clean Cities
  • Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities