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Currently, there are no dedicated funds for zero emission vehicle (ZEV) programs (e.g. none for hydrogen) other than electric vehicle infrastructure. However, WYDOT is being proactive with policy-making and planning in anticipation that the market and technology for existing and new ZEV options will increase over the coming decades. 

Zero Emission Vehicle Strategic Plan

The Zero Emission Vehicle Working Group — consisting of seven state agencies — has recently completed the Zero Emission Vehicle Strategy, a long-range planning document for the alternative fuel space. You can read it here

We want to hear from you!

In April 2022, WYDOT conducted a series of public meetings about the Zero Emission Vehicle draft strategy and the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure plan to inform stakeholders and gather feedback. Cities included: Cheyenne, Casper, Cody, Riverton, Jackson, Rock Springs, Rawlins, Gillette and Sheridan. Below is an archive of the presentation from Sheridan on April 12.

Public comments can also be emailed or mailed to WYDOT Public Affairs at 5300 Bishop Blvd. in Cheyenne, WY 82009


To see a copy of the powerpoint presentation used in the meetings, click here.

EV charging infrastructure business planning assistance

Business people seeking business planning assistance for an electric vehicle charging station can contact their local Wyoming Small Business Development Center Network advisor on the SBDC Network web page. Fill in your information in the “Get in touch with your local advisor today” box in the upper-right hand corner.

If you need a business plan review and insights on the financial side of your existing plan, contact Josh Keefe or Justin Mabie on the Wyoming Business Council’s Investments Team or call the main office 307-777-2800.