Florida - National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Grant Program

June 12, 2024


The Florida Department of Transportation's (DOT) strategy for funding deployment begins in FY22, which will focus on planning. With federal funding unlocked for FY23, the state will also focus on procurement and implementation of charging infrastructure. As the state nears FY25 and FY26, NEVI funding will be utilized for operations and maintenance of infrastructure, with additional opportunities for funding to be analyzed through the next five years. The state will add about 6,772 charging ports across 6,244 miles of designated EV corridors. The DOT's advertising for Phase 1 Request for Applications (RFAs) started in Summer 2023 and was published then as well; Phase 2 is anticipated to follow Phase 1. Phase 1 will focus on interstates statewide, and Phase 2 will include non-interstate AFCs. The Florida DOT released the 2023 deployment plan updated on October 2, 2023, detailing that federal fiscal year 2024 will focus on continuing planning and awarding Phase 1 sites along interstate systems. 

The formal RFA will be advertised on MyFlorida Marketplace, during this period the FDOT will seek applicants interested in the EV infrastructure deployment program to submit an application for funding of EV charging sites along specific EV alternative fuel corridors.

Program Overview

Implementing Sector: State
Category: Financial Incentive
State: Florida
Incentive Type: Grant Program
Web Site: https://www.fdot.gov/planning/policy/ev/electric-vehicle-infrastructure-funding
Administrator: Florida Department of Transportation
Start Date:
Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies:
  • Direct Current Fast Charging Equipment
Incentive Amount: Varies


Name: Florida Department of Transportation
Email: fdot-et@dot.state.fl.us

This information is sourced from DSIRE; the most comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the United States. Established in 1995, DSIRE is operated by the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center at N.C. State University.