What is the Carbon Reduction Program?

The Carbon Reduction Program (CRP), which was established by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), provides funds for projects designed to reduce transportation emissions, defined as carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from on-road highway sources. For the purposes of the OKI CRP program only, OKI is limiting eligibility to projects that support deployment of alternative fuel vehicles. Specifically, this includes acquisition, installation, and maintenance of publicly accessible Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) within the OKI urbanized area (UZA). Primary consideration will be given to DC Fast Charging (DCFC) equipment, although Level 2 charging equipment is also eligible.

2024 Opportunities for Projects in Ohio

Please review the Carbon Reduction guidance document for detailed eligibility, guidelines, and prioritization process information.

Steps to Apply for Funding

1 Download the application

Carbon Reduction Program

For jurisdictions in the OKI Region

2 Save the file

Save the file locally and complete the application. The application is an Excel document.

3 Submit your application

Submit your completed Carbon Reduction application and appropriate documents through the Submission Form

4 Confirmation email

A confirmation email, with attachments of your uploaded files, will be sent to the Contact Email address. If your attachments exceed your email software file size limit, you will not receive any confirmation of your submittal.

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