Charging Incentives Support Growing Virginia EV Adoption

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Virginia is moving into the fast lane on electric vehicles (EVs). The Commonwealth has recently approved measures to adopt new vehicle emissions standards and electric vehicle sales targets; state legislators are reportedly looking for ways to fund EV adoption incentives; and, a recent study by a leading interest group gave Virginia the highest marks of any state in the southeast on transportation electrification. Of course we will need new infrastructure to support this market movement.

There are a number of incentives to support the installation of electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) in Virginia. Municipalities, property managers, and other infrastructure interests can explore them to ensure they are ready to support this growing market segment. Here is a sample list to help you get started.

  • Blink Charging plans to install 200 networked 19.2 kWh L2 Chargers in Virginia, DC, Maryland, and West Virginia as a part a three-year ecosystem program.  Each charger is capable of providing 19.2 kwh or about 65 miles of charge per hour. The chargers accommodate all EVs.  Learn more at and contact Andrew Hillman Or Cell: (805) 825-9415 for more information.
  • Greenspot is installing 24 e-Mobility hubs consisting of 6 L2 chargers in Virginia, DC, Maryland, and West Virginia as a part a three-year ecosystem program. Greenspot will install an initial set of 24 e-Mobility hubs which includes 72 dual chargers and a total of 144 EV ports. Visit or contact or meet at
  • For all laws and incentives in Virginia visit this page on our website (updated daily)
  • Procurement Contracts Exist. For Virginia municipalities and other government entities, check here or Virginia Clean Cities can help to determine if your EVSE procurement could be included in existing state or rideable contracts.

Virginia Clean Cities helps stakeholders to take advantage of these and other incentives. Interested parties are encouraged to fill out this form with interest about charging and we will get back to you. We also work with individual EV drivers to help ensure they have the resources they need. Please reach out to us if we can help you in any way!


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