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Eligibility: Volkswagen Settlement

Entities: Government entities as defined in Utah Code § 63G-7-102(4) and federal government agencies.

Eligible Equipment (Application forms listed in next section)

  • Vehicle or engine replacements of Class 4-8 local freight trucks, school buses, shuttle buses, and/or transit buses (323 KB), engine model years 1992-2006*. VW funding is available for:
    • Up to 50% of the cost for new diesel or alternative fueled vehicles or engines
    • Up to 55% for new vehicles or engines certified to the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) Optional Low-NOx Standards
    • Up to 65% for new all-electric replacement vehicles or engines
      • Charging infrastructure may be included

*Note: Engine model years 1992-2006 vehicles/engines must be operable with a minimum of three years remaining in their useful life.

  • Light-duty, electric-vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), including Level 1, Level 2, and fast charging equipment. Funds may be used by government entities to purchase, install, and maintain eligible light-duty EVSE on government-owned property. VW funding is available for:
    • Up to 100% of the cost to purchase, install, and maintain EVSEs available to the public at government-owned facilities
    • Up to 60% of the cost to purchase, install, and maintain EVSEs available at a government workplace but not available to the general public