From July 1 through Dec. 31, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) is accepting applications for its competitive Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program (AFIP).
The program is designed to aid in the development of alternative fuel refueling/recharging infrastructure in Maryland, says MEA. Each applicant’s cost share must be at least 50% of the total project cost.
Eligible projects include natural gas refueling with fast-fill dispensers, propane refueling, ethanol refueling, DC fast-charging and hydrogen refueling.
More information, including the previous year’s awardees and how to apply, can be found here.