Two Area Projects Receive Carbon Reduction Funding

There are two Mid-Columbia projects among the 15 across Oregon to receive funding from the federal Carbon Reduction Program.  Sherman County will receive $370,704 for an EV Pilot and Charging Infrastructure project that will purchase three electric fleet vehicles and chargers to support those vehicles, including one DC fast charger and one Level 2 charger.  The Hood River County Transportation District was awarded $203,819 for the Hood River County Rural Mobility Project to offer e-bike lending options located at 3 transit mobility hubs located in the City of Hood River.  The Carbon Reduction Program’s first round of competitive grant funding, which ran in spring this year, had $13 million available for “small urban and rural” projects in Oregon that reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation.


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