Join us at Electric Avenue, an open house to learn more about electric fleet options.
The Treasure Valley Clean Cities Coalition, Idaho Power, and several other local organizations are hosting an EV Open House to teach the community about electric vehicle fleet operations. This is a great opportunity to speak directly with those who have transitioned some of their fleet to EVs to learn from their experiences. Please join us on Tuesday, August 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Idaho Power Base Operations Center located at 10790 Franklin Road in Boise. Your RSVP is appreciated, but not required (email to email@example.com).
Vehicles on display will include electric forklifts, electric fleet vehicles, small electric utility vehicles, and electric garbage trucks.
The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Idaho Office of Energy and Mineral Resources has closed the application period for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) program funding so that submitted applications can be evaluated. The two agencies will provide updates on the DEQ’s Volkswagen and Diesel webpage when final decisions are made on those applications.
Idaho Power offers electric vehicle supply equipment funding
Eligible Idaho Power business customers may apply for funding to install Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE charging stations) for electric passenger vehicles, forklifts or other transportation technology. This is how the TVCCC is partnering with Idaho Power in the project:
- TVCCC will provide up to $15,000 during calendar year 2022 toward Idaho Power EVSE Level 2 charging stations in Ada County and Canyon County. TVCCC will be able to fund two projects at the full $7,500 level.
- Idaho Power will identify potential projects for TVCCC funding and would seek permission from the customer before discussing the application with TVCCC.
- TVCCC funding must be approved by its Board of Directors before funds are committed. Funding is limited and applicants are not guaranteed funding.
TVCCC offers travel/training assistance opportunities
Keeping on top of the latest technologies and advances in the use of alternative fuels can be difficult, especially with limited travel/training budgets. The Treasure Valley Clean Cities Coalition wants to assist individuals, agencies, companies, etc., learn more about current trends and advances in alternative fuels and vehicles. Our continuing education program could help you or your organization by providing funding to help make an educational trip possible. For more information, please contact Mark Carnopis at 208-258-2702 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
TVCCC Contact Information
Coordinator – Clean Cities Coalition