Resource Library

Implementation Manual

Version IV – 02/26/24

This document is a comprehensive overview of the Washington Electric Vehicle Charging Program, including all applicant, site, equipment, eligible costs and terminology.

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Technical Assistance Documents for Applicants

Application Processing Overview

This document illustrates the process applicants must follow to apply to the Washington Electric Vehicle Charging Program.

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Eligibility - Applicant, Site, and Equipment Details

This document outlines all applicant, site and equipment eligibility details. Applicants, sites and equipment that do not meet these requirements will not be funded.

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Technical sheets (OCPP, Energy star, etc.)

OCPP: https://www.openchargealliance.org/

ENERGY STAR: https://www.energystar.gov/

EV Charging Basics

This document provides an overview of EV charging types for those unfamiliar with EV chargers and EVs.

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EV Charging Survey

This survey will help you determine what kind of electric vehicle chargers are best for your site.

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Mapping Tool and User Guides

View the mapping tools and mapping user guides. The mapping user guides offer written and visual guidance on how to use the web mapping application for viewing public, including fleet depot and workplace sites, and residential sites.

Equipment Documents

These documents outline the eligibility of equipment for both Level 2 and DCFC chargers.

 

Application Tutorial

This video provides a step-by-step guide to completing your application

 

Webinar Library

All program webinars will be available upon release.

Electrifying Washington: New EV Charging Program Explained

September 13, 2023

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Charging Toward a Greener Washington: Unlocking $64M for EV Infrastructure.

October 11, 2023

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Completing Your WA State EV Charging Program Application.

November 14, 2023

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Organizations Providing Technical Assistance or Outreach 

All inquiries for technical assistance for grant awardees should be submitted online, by contacting waevcp@energycenter.org or by calling (509) 715-3076.