Hawaii NEVI State Plan
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- The National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program was authorized under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which was enacted as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
- The $5 billion NEVI Formula Program will provide dedicated funding to states to strategically deploy electrical vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and create an interconnected network that supports data collection, access and reliability.
- Hawaii’s State Plan 2023 Update is available here. The approval letter is linked here.
- Hawaii’s State Plan for Year 1 is available here. An addendum was added in September 2022. The approval letter dated Sept. 27, 2022, is linked here.
Federal program goals
- Put the U.S. on the path to a network of 500,000 EV chargers.
- Accelerate the adoption of EVs.
- Reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- Help the U.S. lead global transportation electrification efforts.
- Build out alternative fuel corridors.
Federal requirements for state plans
- Minimum of four 150kW combo charging system direct current fast chargers per site.
- Site power capability no less than 600 kW.
- 50 miles between sites along designated alternative fuel corridors within one mile of the highway.
- Interagency Electric Vehicle Coordinated Council.