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Electrify The South Collaborative Resources
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Electric Transportation Funding Streams for Local Governments 

  • Compilation of rebates and grants for local governments to support electric transportation work.

Urban Electric Mobility Toolkit

  • The Urban Electric Mobility Toolkit serves as a one-stop resource to help urban communities scope, plan, and identify ways to fund electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, supporting diverse forms of electric mobility including travel by personal vehicle, transit, micromobility (e.g., electric bicycles and scooters), and ride-sharing services.

Urban Electric Mobility Infrastructure Funding Table

  • This table contains a list of Federal programs that can fund electric mobility infrastructure in urban areas, sorted alphabetically by agency. The table notes the type of electric mobility activities that are eligible for funding under different programs as well as the eligible entities.

SSDN Grant Database

  • This funding database has a timeline for anticipating upcoming funding opportunities. Note it is not limited to ET funding. (See the bottom tabs of the spreadsheet).

Rural Electric Mobility Toolkit

  • A toolkit for planning and funding rural electric mobility infrastructure.

Raleigh EV Charging Station Suitability Analysis 

  • A GIS tool developed by the city of Raleigh to visualize suitable EV charging station locations that has been adapted by Knoxville and Orange County, NC. 

EV Tax Credit Handout

  • Factsheet that outlines tax credits for municipalities and non-profits using direct pay. 


Southeast Sustainable Recovery Center

  • The SSRC coordinates with funding agency partners, and with a diversity of tools and resources, to provide guidance and information to SSDN's membership of local government officers. It also functions as a communications and strategy development hub to maximize opportunities for federal investment into Southeastern communities’ sustainability and resilience priorities. Contact:

Local Infrastructure Hub (LIH) Regional Cohort Program

  • The SSDN’s Local Infrastructure Hub (LIH) Southeast Cohort launched as a Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative to ensure all communities can access federal infrastructure funding. This program supports projects at the intersection of climate and racial wealth building. Contact:

The Electrify the South Collaborative events are made possible by a generous Movement Infrastructure Grant from Mosaic.

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