Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program

Fleet Electrification

Once vehicles in the State's light duty fleet hit certain milestones for age or mileage, DBM will consider replacing them with an equivalent zero emission EV. ​DBM is purchasing the vehicles using Strategic Energy Investment Funds (SEIF) administered by the Maryland Energy Administration. Since FY 2020, the state has started to replace eligible vehicles with EVs. In FY 2020, 5 Chevy Bolts were purchased.  In FY 2021, 38 Chevy Bolts and 2 Ford Mustang Mach Es were purchased. In FY 2022, the state purchased 88 additional EVs, consisting of 58 Chevy Bolts and 32 Ford Mustang Mach Es. In FY 2023, the state purchased 10 additional EVs. 

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Electric Vehicles on Contract

The following Electric Vehicles (EV) and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) are available for agencies to purchase through statewide contracts:

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