Funding & Incentives
Fast Charging Vermont's Highway Corridors
The State of Vermont wishes to expand the statewide network of electric vehicle charging stations (also called Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment, or EVSE) in accordance with the Vermont Beneficiary Mitigation Plan of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust with a specific focus in this round of grant funding on fast charging (DCFC) stations in priority locations on highway corridors.
The Vermont Employment Growth Incentive (VEGI) Claim Forms are filed annually by April 30 must be used to file a claim for incentives earned under the VEGI program. All forms and workbooks listed below must be completed in their entirety, as appropriate for your VEGI claim.
The first step in completing your VEGI Pre-Application or Application is to contact Megan Sullivan (VEPC's Executive Director) and the appropriate Regional Development Corporation (RDC). This should be done well before your project will commence. Megan and your RDC will guide you through the application process and answer any questions that you may have.
As required by law, the Department of Housing and Community Development annually submits a report to the Vermont Legislature on the uses of State and federal funds awarded or appropriated for housing development and housing assistance and subsidies.