In April 2021, the California Energy Commission (Energy Commission) released Grant Funding Opportunity GFO-20-607 to seek up to two block grant recipients to design and implement incentive projects for the deployment of light-duty EV chargers. The Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) was awarded an agreement for up to $250 million at the Energy Commission’s December 2021 Business Meeting. The incentive project under this agreement will be named CALeVIP 2.0.

Staff from the Energy Commission and CSE will collaborate to design CALeVIP 2.0 incentive projects with public input. Please utilize this docket to submit any comments, view events and their supporting documents, or to contact Energy Commission staff.

Upcoming Events

December 15, 2022 | 09:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Remote Access Only
With the launch of the Golden State Priority Project quickly approaching, it’s time to start preparing your CALeVIP application. Join panelists from the Center for Sustainable Energy, California Energy Commission, Open Charge Alliance and ENERGY STAR to discuss upcoming requirements and new resources at this free webinar.  


Brian Fauble



California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP)