Act Now: Texas Funding Available
to Upgrade Fleets to All-Electric
What is the Texas All-Electric Program?
The Texas All-Electric Program provides funding to fleets that wish to replace their eligible internal combustion engine (ICE) / diesel vehicles with electric vehicles (EV), with additional funding available for supporting charging infrastructure.
Who is eligible?
Public and private fleets actively registered with the Texas Secretary of State operating in the highlighted areas indicated on the map below. This may include a corporation headquartered outside of Texas, but operates vehicles or equipment primarily in an eligible priority area in Texas.
What vehicles are eligible to replace?
Class 4 – 6 vehicles (step vans, box trucks, shuttles, school buses), model year 1992 – 2009
How much funding is available?
What is the application deadline?
August 31, 2025 at 5:00pm CT or when funds run out, whichever comes first.
I don’t have charging infrastructure, should I still apply?
Yes! We often tell our customers to start planning for charging infrastructure before or at the same time as they begin their EV procurement process. We have teams dedicated to charging infrastructure planning and installation. Our QuickStart Program helps fleets take their first steps to electrification.
About Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is the environmental agency for Texas. They protect the state’s public health and natural resources and their goal is clean air, clean water, and the safe management of waste.
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