Crucial Project Update: For San Diego County, Peninsula-Silicon Valley, Inland Counties, South Central Coast, and all future projects, applicants that receive funds reserved status on or after 9/1/21 will be required to use Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training Program (EVITP) certified electricians for the installation of electric vehicle charging equipment. CALeVIP is currently updating our Installers and Electricians List to reflect this requirement. Impacted applicants should verify your installer selection uses EVITP-certified electricians to ensure compliance with the new CALeVIP requirement.


CALeVIP Connects

Connect with businesses that can help you with your EV charging needs
Manufacturers of electric vehicle chargers
Contractors that install electric vehicle chargers
Businesses that provide network services for electric vehicle chargers
Electric load serving entities like utilities and community choice aggregators
Businesses that sell equipment manufactured by others

Disclaimer: CALeVIP Connects is a resource for anyone, anywhere, who is interested in purchasing and/or installing EV chargers. Companies listed on CALeVIP Connects may not be eligible to participate in CALeVIP. Contractors listed are not verified for current EVITP certification, state licenses, may not pass CALeVIP’s past performance criteria (in development), and some manufacturer’s chargers may not meet the CALeVIP equipment eligibility requirements. It is up to users of this tool to do their due diligence to make sure companies qualify for the specific funding program they are interested in.