- As one of several states signing onto the Zero-Emission Vehicle Memorandum of Understanding (ZEV MOU), Connecticut has committed to an ambitious goal of putting 125,000 to 150,000 EVs on the road by 2025.
- BETP actively engages in regulatory and legislative proceedings to inform equitable and inclusive transportation electrification and clean transit policies and initiatives across Connecticut.
- BETP’s Office of Buildings and Transportation Decarbonization works closely with the Bureau of Air Management and the Department of Transportation to:
- enable widespread adoption and availability of electric vehicles (EVs) and
- create equitable and low-carbon mobility solutions that mitigate the air quality and public health impacts of transportation-related emissions and air pollution.
2020 Electric Vehicle Roadmap
The 2020 Electric Vehicle Roadmap for Connecticut is a comprehensive strategy for accelerating the deployment of EVs in the state. Learn More
Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate (CHEAPR)
Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate (CHEAPR) offers incentives to Connecticut residents who purchase or lease an eligible vehicle from a licensed Connecticut automobile dealership. Learn More
PURA EV Charging Program
PURA EV Charging Program is a nine-year, equity-focused program to support the installation of EV charging infrastructure across the state and provide incentives for residents and businesses. Learn More
DEEP’s Bureau of Air Management leads policy and program efforts to improve Connecticut’s air quality though permitting, modeling, outreach, and clean transportation incentives.
Connecticut Department of Transportation provides a safe and efficient intermodal transportation network that improves the quality of life and promotes economic vitality for the State and region.
CTrides helps Connecticut employers and employees achieve the financial, environmental, and productivity benefits of reducing single rider commuting by promoting public transit, teleworking, and carpooling.
Content last updated June 2022