EV Charging Infrastructure Rebates

You could be eligible for incentives in your area. Select your state from the list
below to see available rebates on charging station purchases and time-of-use incentives.


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A residential electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) tax credit of up to $75 is available for individuals who install EVSE in a house or housing unit, per the AZ Department of Revenue Section 319 Credit Forms.

 

TEP offers a discounted residential service time-of-use (TOU) rate during off-peak periods to customers who own and operate a PEV. The discount is a 5% reduction to applicable charges during the off-peak period. Eligible customers must provide documentation for a highway-approved PEV and submit a copy of the PEV’s registration annually. For more information, including the application, see the TEP TOU website.

 

SRP offers an experimental time-of-use (TOU) electricity rate for the first 10,000 customers with a qualified PEV. The TOU rate is for the super off-peak hours between 11pm and 5am daily. Participation is subject to certain equipment availability and other restrictions. For more information, see the SRP Electric Vehicle Price Plan website.

Residential property owners may have access to Property-Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing to install EV supply equipment (EVSE), depending on if the local government has a PACE program in place. PACE financing allows property owners to borrow funds to pay for the EVSE, and repays the funds through a special assessment on the property over a defined time.

 

For a limited time, NRG EVgo is offering eligible apartment buildings and workplaces up to 10 charge-ready parking spaces for free. NRG EVgo will also manage the charging stations and cover the electricity costs through each driver’s usage fee.

 

The EV Charging Station Financing Program offers loans up to $500,000 for the design, development, purchase, and installation of EV charging stations at small business locations throughout CA. The program may provide up to 100% coverage to lenders on certain loan defaults, and borrowers may be eligible to receive a rebate of 10-15% of the enrolled loan amount.

 

Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) is offering residential customers either a $599 rebate or a free level 2 charger for SMUD customers who purchase or lease a PEV.

 

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s Charge Up LA! Program offers a $500 rebate for the installation of an EV charger and an additional $250 and 2.5 cents/kWh rate discount with a separate meter TOU rate enrollment for purchases before June 30, 2018.

 

The City of Anaheim provides a $400 rebate and a city permit fee waiver for a level 2 charger installation.

 

The City of Burbank offers a $500 rebate for residential customers and $1,000 for commercial customers for installation of a level 2 charger.

 

City of Colton also offers $500 for a level 2 charger installation for either residential or commercial use.

 

Pasadena offers $200 worth of LED lights for PEV purchase with an existing 120/240 volt AC charger or $200 worth of LED lights and $400 rebate for PEV purchase and PEV charger installation.

 

Glendale offers a $500 rebate for installation of a level 2 charger.

Charge Ahead Colorado offers funding for up to 80% of the cost for EVSE, up to $3,260 for a level 2 station with a single port and $6,260 for a multi-port, and $13,000 for a level 3 station with a single port and $16,000 for a multi-port.

 

GCEA provides rebates to residential customers toward the purchase of Level 2 EVSE. Eligible customers who purchase and install EVSE can receive a rebate of 35% of the cost of the EVSE, up to $250. Customers who purchase the EVSE directly through GCEA may receive a 5% discount on the equipment. To qualify, applicants must also sign up for a time-of-use rate. For more information, see the GCEA EVSE Rebatewebsite.

The Delaware EV Charging Equipment Rebate Program offers a rebate for new Level 1 or Level 2 chargers up to $500 at a residential site, up to $2,500 at a commercial site and up to $5,000 for a workplace. The rebate applies to electric vehicle charging stations purchased between November 1, 2016 and June 30, 2018.

 

Retail electricity customers with at least one grid-integrated electric vehicle (EV) may qualify to receive kilowatt-hour credits for energy discharged to the grid from the EV’s battery at the same rate that the customer pays to charge the battery. A grid-integrated EV is defined as a battery-powered motor vehicle that has the ability for two-way power flow between the vehicle and the electric grid as well as communications hardware and software that allow for external control of battery charging and discharging. (Reference Delaware Code Title 26, Chapter 10, Section 1001 and 1014g)

 

Rebate amounts are 50% of the cost of a residential charging station, up to $500, and 75% of the cost of a commercial or workplace charging station, up to $2,500 or $5,000, respectively.

Businesses and individuals are eligible for an income tax credit of 50% of the equipment and labor costs for the conversion of qualified AFVs, up to $19,000 per vehicle. A tax credit is also available for 50% of the equipment and labor costs for the purchase and installation of alternative fuel infrastructure on qualified AFV fueling property. The maximum credit is $1,000 per residential electric vehicle charging station, and $10,000 per publicly accessible AFV fueling station. Qualified alternative fuels include, ethanol blends of at least 85%, compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, propane, biodiesel, electricity, and hydrogen. This incentive expires December 31, 2026. For more information, see the Office of Tax and Revenue website. (Reference District of Columbia Code 47-1806.12 through 47-1806.13, 47-1807.10 through 47-1807.11, and 47-1808.10 through 47-1808.11)

The Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) offers a rebate of $200 per station for businesses to install workplace EVSE. Local governments may also offer funding to property owners within their jurisdiction to help with EVSE financing. Gulf Power offers $750 with the purchase of an EV to install an EVSE. The program is available to the first 1,000 participants and expires December 31, 2018.

Georgia Power offers a rebate to residential customers, businesses, and builders who install Level 2 (208/240 volt) EVSE. Customers are eligible for a $250, $500, and $100 rebate, respectively, for each dedicated circuit installed through December 31, 2018. Other conditions may apply. For more information, see the Georgia Power Electric Vehicles and Electric Vehicles & Your Business websites.

 

Georgia Power offers a Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) time-of-use electricity rate for residential customers who own an electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. The PEV rate is optional and does not require a separate meter. 

Hawaiian Electric Company and its subsidiaries, Maui Electric Company and Hawaii Electric Light Company, offer time-of-use rates for residential and commercial customers with PEVs and electric vehicle supply equipment. The pilot rates are available to customers on Oahu, in Maui County, and on the Island of Hawaii. For more information, see the Hawaiian Electric Company EVs website.

EVSE Rebate Programs are currently suspended. Cleanview Energy offers a $75 rebate towards a new ChargePoint residential EV charger with enrollment in ClearCharge Energy Plan.

 

Cooperative (Co-op) members are eligible for loan financing at 0.5% for 60 months or the purchase of new PEVs. Members must apply and be approved for financing before purchase. The Co-op also offers a PEV time-of-use electricity rate for residential customers who own PEV. The PEV rate is optional and does require installation of a separate meter. For more information, see the Illinois Electric Cooperative website.

The NIPSCO IN-Charge at home EVSE incentive has discounted overnight rates starting February 1, 2017 to December 31, 2018.

 

The Indianapolis Power & Light Co (IPL) offers special PEV charging rates, including year-round time-of-use based options, for residential and fleet customers who own a licensed PEV. Customers who are considering purchasing Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment should contact IPL to discuss the benefits and requirements of participating in the program. Restrictions apply. For more information, see the IPL Electric Vehicle Charging website.

Alliant Energy is offering a $250 rebate when for purchasing a level 2 home charger between January 1, 2018 and December 31, 2018.

Charging infrastructure projects may be eligible for certain green project tax credits, up to 36% off purchase and installation of an EVSE. The tax credit is effective until June 30, 2018. Starting July 1, 2018, the credit will provide up to 50% costs.

The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) offers an EVSE rebate program to an individual, business, or state or local government entity for the costs of acquiring and installing qualified EVSE. Between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2020, rebates for 40% of the costs of acquiring and installing qualified EVSE, or up to $700 for an individual.

 

Applicants must demonstrate compliance with state, local, and/or federal law that applies to the installation or operation of qualified EVSE. Other requirements may apply. Total funding for each fiscal year will not exceed $1,200,000. For more information, see MEA’s EVSE Rebate Program page.

(Reference Maryland Statutes, Business Regulation Code 10-101, and State Government Code 9-2009)

 

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) offers a time-of-use (TOU) rate for BGE residential customers who purchase or lease a PEV. The TOU rate, Schedule EV, applies to the energy used for the entire residence during a billing period. Participation requires a meter capable of measuring TOU data. For more information, see Schedule EV.

Pepco offers a time-of-use rate to all qualified Pepco residential customers in Maryland who own or lease a PEV. For more information, see Pepco’s Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging website.

Power the Road offers $2,500 to the first 250 qualified PEV owner within the service area to install a residential charging station.

 

DTE Energy offers two rate options to qualified residential customers for charging PEVs. The PEV time-of-use rate is available to customers using Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment and requires a separate meter, which DTE provides. The flat rate option is $46.28 per month for each PEV. For rate information, including how to qualify, see the DTE Energy PEV Rates website.

 

Consumers Energy offers a special time-of-use rate option for PEV owners. For more information, see the Consumers Energy PEV Rate Options website.

 

Indiana Michigan Power offers a special time-of-use rate option to residential customers who own a qualified PEV.

 

Indiana Michigan Power also provides rebates of up to $2,500 to residential customers who purchase or lease a new PEV and install a Level 2 EVSE with a separate meter. Customers must also sign up for the Indiana Michigan Power PEV time-of-use rate. The rebate is available to the first 250 qualified customers who submit a completed application.

For more information, see the Indiana Michigan Power Rates, Programs & Incentives website.

 

The Lansing Board of Water & Light (BWL) offers a pilot PEV time-of-use charging rate to single- or multi-family dwellings of four units or less with separately metered Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). Additional terms and conditions apply.

For more information, see the BWL PEVs page.

Dakota Electric offers a rebate of up to $500 to cover the cost of installing a charger on their EV specific charging rate plans.

Under the voluntary TOU rate, residential customers will pay a reduced price for electricity used during the designated off-peak period. Customers who register a PEV with Con Edison and are participating in the voluntary TOU rate are guaranteed to pay no more than the standard electric rate for one year after registration with Con Edison. For more information, including how to enroll, see the Electric Vehicle Rates website.

Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit is available to individuals through January 1, 2020 for a 75% cost reduction on EVSE installation.

The Alternative Fuel Vehicle Infrastructure Program provides a residential tax credit up to 50% of the cost of the EVSE, not to exceed $750. Businesses may receive a tax credit up to 35% of the cost of the EVSE. Business applications are due December 31, 2017.

Plug-in electric vehicle owners in the Austin Energy service area may be eligible for a rebate of 50% of the cost to purchase and install a qualified Level 2 EVSE, up to $1,500. For additional information, see the Austin Energy Plug-In Rebate website.

Alliant Energy offers a $250 rebate to residential customers who purchase and install Level 2 EVSE. The EVSE must be purchased and installed between January 1, 2018, and December 31, 2018. For more information, including how to apply, see the Alliant Energy Electric Vehicle Chargers website.

All listed information is sourced from the energy.gov electric vehicle incentives page.