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KDOT Releases Second Round of NEVI RFPS

The Kansas Department of Transportation announces its second round of Requests for Proposals for EV charging infrastructure projects. Eligible proposers are entities that responded to the previous Call for Projects released on February 15, 2024. More details are available in the RFP below. Proposals must be submitted online, through the location-specific links and due June 21, 2024.

Request for Proposals - Round 2

We Need Your Input on EV Charging in Kansas!

KDOT is updating the Charge Up Kansas NEVI Plan guiding investments in EV fast charging stations across the state. Updating this plan is required in order for KDOT to access federal NEVI Program funds to invest in Kansas communities. Your input helps set priorities for the next phases of charging station development. Learn about our progress and share your ideas by visiting https://arcg.is/1OaGn10 and taking the survey!

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KDOT Announces Call for Projects for EV Infrastructure

The Kansas Department of Transportation announces a Call for Projects for Electric Vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure projects in advance of applications being accepted for these projects across the state. The call for projects first requires a response to KDOT’s Request for Interest before the formal proposal process begins. Parties must indicate their interest by submitting a Project Interest Form online. Read the official news release for more details.

More Than $4.6 Million Awarded for New Fast Charging Stations

First Six NEVI Locations

Governor Laura Kelly announced more than $4.6 million in federal funds will be directed to the first six locations selected for the state’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula program. With existing fast-charging stations spread across the I-70 and I-135 corridors, these selected locations will fill gaps in EV charging stations along the state’s major highways and interstate system.

More information is available at https://governor.kansas.gov/governor-kelly-announces-more-than-4-6m-for-six-fast-charging-ev-locations/.

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