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Charge Up Michigan Grant Program
The Charge Up Michigan Program is an EV Charger Placement grant project that aims to build the infrastructure for direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations throughout Michigan, for worry free EV travel within the state, and also to neighboring states and Canada.
National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program
National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program will provide dedicated funding to States to strategically deploy electric vehicle infrastructure and establish an interconnected network to facilitate data collection, access, and reliability.
Lake Michigan Circuit
EGLE is working with businesses, townships, counties, cities and villages throughout the state to help them become EV ready. To become EV ready requires a community-wide effort requiring planning, charging infrastructure policies, and support services for EVs.
Optimized EV Charger Placement Plan
EGLE has taken steps to develop a DC fast charging network for worry-free electric vehicle (EV) travel throughout Michigan by 2030. The project, driven by stakeholders, takes an analytical approach to optimizing the placement of EV charging stations statewide with minimal investment cost and user delay. The Optimized EV Charger Placement Plan identified the locations that would be eligible for grant funding through Charge Up Michigan.
Office of Future Mobility & Electrification
The Office of Future Mobility and Electrification (OFME) works across state government, academia and private industry to enhance Michigan's mobility ecosystem, including developing dynamic mobility and electrification policies and supporting the startup and scale up of emerging technologies and businesses.