The Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program is intended to facilitate the development of alternative fueling stations throughout the State of Delaware and to facilitate the movement of people, goods, and products throughout the state. This grant is a component of the Delaware Clean Transportation Incentive Program. To view the request for proposal (RFP), please click here.
The Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program has $1.4 million allocated for grants to offset the cost of equipment and materials necessary for the development of public and private alternative fueling stations in Delaware, including but not limited to:
Level 3 DC "Fast" Electric Vehicle charging stations;
Compressed and Liquefied Natural Gas fueling stations;
Propane fueling stations; and
Hydrogen fueling stations.
The maximum award, which covers only the costs of equipment, is $500,000. Public stations will be awarded 75 percent of the total eligible project costs, while private stations will be awarded 50 percent of the total eligible project costs. For more information on eligibility, please see pages 2-5 of the RFP.
How to Apply
The application period for the alternative fueling infrastructure grant program closed Feb. 29.
Please check back here after May 27 to see a list of the grant awarded projects.
Timeline for the Application Period
Frequently Asked Questions
For a list of frequently asked questions and other questions from potential applicants, please click here.