EV charging rebates and incentives

Doing the right thing has never been so affordable. Check out all the government EV charger rebates, grants and tax credits available in your area.

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TCEQ’s Alternative Fueling Facilities Incentive

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The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has created the Alternative Fueling Facilities Program. Eligible applicants can receive 50% of eligible project costs, or up to $600,000, per EV charging project.

Clark Public Utilities – Electric Vehicle Program (Commercial)

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Business customers can receive a $500 rebate for the purchase and installation of a qualified Level 2 charging station.

Baltimore Gas and Electric – Commercial Customer Charger Rebate

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Multifamily properties, nonprofits, and commercial fleets can receive a 50% rebate on the cost of EV charging equipment.

EnergIIZE

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Funded by the CEC’s Clean Transportation Program and implemented by CALSTART, EnergIIZE provides incentives for EV charging infrastructure for medium- and heavy-duty fleets in California.

Communities in Charge

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CALSTART’s Communities in Charge program is offering rebates for the deployment of Level 2 EV charging stations in California.

Charge Smart with Peak Perks bonus in New York

USD$25 for enrolling in the program and Two Time of Use Rate options.

Tacoma Public Utilities – Community EV Charging Rebate

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Tacoma Public Utilities provides rebates to businesses looking to deploy Level 2 charging stations for public use or to multifamily properties looking to deploy EV chargers for their tenants.

Illinois EPA – Driving a Cleaner Illinois – Climate and Equitable Jobs Act (CEJA)

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Illinois EPA's Driving a Cleaner Illinois Program provides funding to private organizations installing publicly accessible DC fast chargers (DCFCs) in Illinois.

Colorado Energy Office – DCFC Plazas

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The Colorado Energy Office’s DC fast charging (DCFC) Plazas program is designed to increase access to high-speed charging in communities and along highway corridors across Colorado.

Xcel Energy – New Construction Rebate – Multifamily

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Xcel Energy offers rebates to developers or owners of new multi-family housing to offset costs for the installation of EV ready, EV capable, or EV installed in excess of applicable building code.

Xcel Energy – Income-Qualified and Higher Emissions Rebate – Shared Parking – Multifamily

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Multi-family housing site hosts can receive Xcel Energy-owned EV supply infrastructure, installation and maintenance at no cost when installing a minimum of 4 EV charging stations for their guests or residents.

Xcel Energy – Shared Parking Make Ready Program – Multifamily (Applicant Owned)

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Multi-family housing site hosts can receive Xcel Energy-owned EV supply infrastructure, installation and maintenance at no cost when installing a minimum of 4 EV charging stations for their guests or residents.

Xcel Energy – Income-Qualified and Higher Emissions Rebate – Small Business

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Xcel Energy offers rebates to small businesses and public organizations to offset the costs to install Level 2 EV charging stations.

Xcel Energy – EV Infrastructure Rebate – Small Business

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Xcel Energy offers rebates to small businesses and public organizations, including restaurants, coffee shops, salons, and small retail to offset the costs to install Level 2 EV charging stations.

United Power – EV Charger Rebate

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United Power customers looking to install publicly accessible EV charging stations can apply for rebates.

Colorado Energy Office – Charge Ahead Program

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Charge Ahead Colorado provides grant funding for community-based Level 2 and DC fast charging EV charging stations.

PECO – Public Benefit Program

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PECO commercial and industrial customers that don't qualify as public locations can receive rebates for 50% of the cost of electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment, installation, and make-ready work.

PECO – Level 2 Commercial EV Charging Pilot

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The PECO Level 2 Commercial EV Charging Pilot program provides rebates for make-ready costs associated with the installation of new qualifying Level 2 EV chargers.

Lake Michigan Circuit Program

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The Lake Michigan Circuit is a multi-state initiative to build electric vehicle infrastructure along Lake Michigan to support coastal tourism.

DTE Energy – Charging Forward eFleet Charger Rebate

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DTE business and commercial electric customers with eligible fleets that install qualified EV chargers may qualify for rebates.

New Jersey Board of Public Utilities – EV Tourism Program

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The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) EV Tourism Program is offering incentives to install EV chargers at key New Jersey “Tourism Areas”.

Con Edison PowerReady EV Make-Ready Program

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Con Edison customers may be eligible for incentives when deploying Level 2 and DC fast chargers for light-duty vehicles.

Central Hudson EV Make-Ready Program (Medium-Duty and Heavy-Duty)

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Central Hudson commercial customers may be eligible to receive a one-time incentives up to 90% of the utility-side make-ready infrastructure costs for EV charging infrastructure.

PSEG Long Island EV Make Ready Program

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PSEG Long Island EV Make Ready Program is available for all commercial customers including multi-unit dwellings, retail/offices, parking facilities/ lots, and offers incentives for the infrastructure needed to power Level 2 and DC fast chargers.

National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program

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The NEVI Formula Program allocates $5 billion in funding to states to deploy DC fast charging stations along designated alternative fuel corridors nationwide.

Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit

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Qualifying businesses can receive a 30% tax credit, up to $100,000 per charging station, for the purchase and installation of EV charging infrastructure.

BWL’s Commercial Electric Vehicle Charging Incentive Program

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Through the Commercial Electric Vehicle Charging Incentive Program, BWL commercial and industrial customers can earn a $4,500 rebate per Level 2 charging station, up to 3 stations per location, when installing chargers for their employees, their customers, and/or the public.

Washington Electric Vehicle Charging Program

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You could receive up to $85,000 per port when installing DCFC in public locations in the state of Washington. 

Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program

School districts, municipalities, nonprofit organizations, and businesses in Pennsylvania can receive up to $300,000 through the Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant Program (AFIG) when deploying Level 2 charging stations or DC fast chargers that service light- and medium-duty fleets.

Fleet Zero-Emission Resource Opportunity (Fleet-ZERO)

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Colorado Energy Office’s Fleet-ZERO grant program will reimburse up to 80% of eligible project costs to fleet owners and operators looking to install EV charging equipment and infrastructure.

Charge Ready NY 2.0

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NYSERDA's Charge Ready NY 2.0 program offers up to $4,000 per port to public, private, and not-for-profit organizations that install Level 2 charging stations at workplaces, multi-unit dwellings (MUDs), or certain public facilities.

Consumers Energy – PowerMIDrive DCFC Program

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Consumers Energy electric business customers may qualify for a rebate of up to $70,000 when installing two (2) 100kW DC fast chargers (DCFC).

Silicon Valley Power – Multifamily Residential and Commercial EV Charging Station Incentive Program

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Multifamily and non-residential properties can receive up to $8,000 per Level 2 charging station (up to 100% of project cost, $150k max per property).

CALeVIP: South Central Coast Incentive Project – Level 2 Charger

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Available in Santa Barbara County, this program offers a base rebate up to $3,500, or 75% of project costs, whichever is less.

CALeVIP: Northern CA Incentive Project – Level 2 Charger

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This incentive is offered in the Humboldt, Shasta and Tehama counties, and covers new, stub-out, replacement, or make-ready site.

Silicon Valley Power – EV charging station rebate (Residential)

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Program funds up to $550 per charging station. Level 2 charging stations that are hardwired installations that require a panel upgrade maybe eligible for an additional rebate of up to $1,000.

SCAQMD – Residential EV Charging Incentive Program

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Applicants may be eligible for a rebate of $250-$500 for installing a level 2 EV charging station. 

Azusa Light & Water – EV Charger Rebate Program

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Azusa Light & Water offers a $250 rebate for the purchase and installation of a Level 2 residential EV charging station.

Entergy – EV Charger Rebate Program

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Entergy offers a $250 rebate for a level 2 residential EV charger installed.

SWEPCO – Level 2 Home EV Charging Station Rebate Program

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SWEPCO offers a $250 rebate for a level 2 residential EV charger installed.

Indiana Michigan Power – Commercial & Industrial Properties and MUD Program

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A $250 rebate is available per port to clients not eligible for the Small Business Incentive.

Indiana Michigan Power – Small Business Incentive

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A $500 rebate and a discounted off-peak rate up to 40% reduction from their standard rate is available for clients with an average use of 4,500 kWh/mo or less.

Duke Energy Indiana – Commercial Charger Rebate

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Duke Energy offers a rebate of $500 for a level 2 EV charging station installed in MUDs and workplaces, or to service a fleet of electric vehicles.

Mohave Electric Cooperative – Commercial EV Charging Rebate

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Commercial: $2,750 for each charging station (no more than 50% of price of installing the charger).

Mohave Electric Cooperative – Residential EV Charging Rebate

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$1,000 per charging station (no more than 50% of price of installing the charger).

Tucson Electric Power – Smart EV Charging Program

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Tucson Electric Power offers rebates for Level 2 and DC fast chargers installed in Tucson.

Salt River Project – Business EV Charging Rebate Program

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This program offers up to $1,500-$4,000 per Level 2 charger depending on the type of organization, and $15,000-$20,000 per DC Fast charging station.

Xcel Energy – Commercial Electric Vehicle Service Program

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Participants will receive advising services from an Xcel Energy advisor to guide you through the process of accessing  your charging needs and planning execution.

Columbia River PUD – Level 2 and DCFC EV Charger Rebate

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The Columbia River PUD offers a rebate up to $250 for a level 2 EV charger in Columbia, Oregon and Multnomah counties

Central Electric Cooperative – Residential EV Charger Rebate

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The Central Electric Cooperative offers up to $450 for a residential level 2 charger in Deschutes, Crook, Jefferson, Grant, Linn, Wasco and Lake counties.

Tillamook PUD – EV Charger Rebate (Commercial)

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Residents of Tillamook County can apply for a $500 rebate ($1,000 for a multiple port charger) for Level 2 chargers installed. 

Springfield Utility Board – Electric Vehicle Charger Rebate

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The Springfield Utility Board offers up to $500 for a residential level 2 charger. 

Portland General Electric (Commercial Program)

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PGE offers a rebate for level 2 EV charging stations of up to $1,000 per port, or up to $2,300 per port for income-eligible multifamily properties.

Georgia Power – EV Charger Rebate Program

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Businesses in Atlanta and northeast Georgia can receive a rebate of $500 rebate for a Level 2 commercial EV charger.

Georgia Power – EV Charger Rebate Program

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Residents of Atlanta and northeast Georgia can receive a rebate of $250 rebate for a Level 2 residential EV charger.

Duke Energy – Commercial Charger Rebate Program

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Duke Energy offers rebates for Level 2 and DC Fast Chargers installed in Central and Northern Florida. Rebates range from $304-$1,175 for Level 2 and $20,889 to $35,600 for DC fast chargers.

Duke Energy – Residential Charger Credit

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One-time credit up to $1,133 per charger is available from Duke Energy to help cover the costs of preparing home for an electric vehicle charger.

City of Naperville – EV Charging Station Rebate

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City of Naperville offers a rebate of up to $700 for a Level 2 electric vehicle charging station for residential use and up to a $500 rebate for a Level 2 or Level 3 EVCS for non-residential use.

Driving a Cleaner Illinois

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This program offers funding towards the installation of DC Fast chargers in Illinois. Awards are between $125,000 and $480,000 for each project.

PEPCO – Workplace Charging Program

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50% rebate on the cost of equipment, warranty and installation for eligible Level 2 chargers is available. Commercial businesses and nonprofits can receive up to $5,000 per Level 2 charging port, limited to a maximum of $30,000 in rebates for each of their properties. 

PEPCO – Make Ready Program

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PEPCO offers funding for make-ready projects involving the deployment of EV Level 2 and DC fast charging stations. Funding may cover up to 100% of the electric supply installation. 

DTE Energy – Charging Forward Business EV Charger Rebate

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DTE business and commercial electric customers can receive funding for Level 2 charging stations and DC fast chargers (DCFC).

Charge Up Michigan

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The state of Michigan offers funding of up to $70,000 for eligible DC Fast chargers. Funding can only be used for eligible EV charging equipment.

United Illuminating – Commercial DCFC and Level 2 Make Ready and Rebate Program

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United Illuminating offers funding of up to 100% of eligible make-ready installation costs, and 50% of EVSE equipment in New Haven and Bridgeport.

Eversource – Electric Vehicle Charging Program

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Eversource offers a $500 rebate for a Level 2 EV charger installed in a single-family residence. $500 is also available for installation/wiring

MassEVIP Multi-Unit Dwelling & Educational Campus Charging Incentives

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The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection offers funding of up to 60% for Level 2 EV charging stations installed in multi-dwelling units or educational campuses.

MassEVIP Public Access Charging (PAC) Program

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The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection offers funding of 80-100% for Level 2 EV charging stations installed in publicly accessible parking areas.

MassEVIP Workplace and Fleet Charging Program

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The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection offers funding of up to 60% for Level 2 EV charging stations installed in workplaces or servicing light duty vehicle fleets.

Eversource – EV Charger Rebates for Massachusetts Businesses

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Eversource is offering the Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Program to provide support for up to 100% of the infrastructure costs needed for the installation of Level 2 EV charging stations.

Braintree Electric Light Department – Bring Your Own Charger Program

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Braintree Electric Light Department offers up to $250 rebate for electrician’s services for wiring circuit/breaker for a Level 2 charger installation in a single-home residence.

RG&E Make Ready Program

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RG&E offers funding in the city of Rochester and surrounding counties for make-ready costs when installing EV chargers in non-public locations, including workplace and privately-owned pay-to-park lots, and multi-unit residential buildings.

New York State Gas & Electric – EV Make Ready Program

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NYSEG offers funding in Central New York State for make-ready costs when installing EV chargers in non-public locations, including workplace and privately-owned pay-to-park lots, and multi-unit residential buildings.

National Grid – Electric Vehicle Charging Station Make-Ready Program

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National Grid offers funding for make-ready costs for clients installing EV chargers in non-public locations, including workplace and privately-owned pay-to-park lots, and multi-unit residential buildings. Funding covers 50%-100% depending on the type of location.  

Central Hudson EV Make-Ready Program (Light Duty)

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Available in Southeast New York State, this program offers funding for publicly available DC Fast and Level 2 chargers. Funding may provide up to $7,500 for Level 2 and is assessed on a $/kW basis for DCFCs.  

Duquesne Light Co. Fleet Charging Program

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Businesses, non-profits, school districts, and municipalities may be eligible to receive incentives and assistance for the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations through Duquesne Light Company’s (DLC) Fleet Charging Program.

Duquesne Light Co. Community Charging Program

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Businesses, multi-family properties, non-profits, and municipalities may be eligible to receive incentives and assistance for the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations through Duquesne Light Company’s (DLC) Community Charging Program.

ODOT’s Community Charging Rebates Program

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Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) Community Charging Rebates program support the installation of Level 2 EV charging stations at strategic locations, particularly public parking sites and multi-family housing.

Seattle City Light – Multifamily EV Charging Program

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Available now – first come, first served. This program offers up to 100% of project costs, up to $50,000 for the installation of Level 2 EV chargers at multi-family buildings and condominiums.

Snohomish PUD – Rebates for EV Chargers

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Offered by Snohomish PUD, this program offers up to $350 towards the purchase and installation of a Level 2 charging station in a single-family residence.

Snohomish PUD – Residential EV Charger Rebate

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Offered by Snohomish PUD, this program offers up to $350 towards the purchase and installation of a Level 2 charging station in a single-family residence.

Tacoma EV Charging Program – Public Utilities

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Offered by TPU, this program offers up to $400 towards the purchase and installation of a Level 2 charging station in a single-family residence.

Clark Public Utilities – Electric Vehicle Program

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Offered by Clark Public Utilities, this program offers up to $500 towards the purchase and installation of a Level 2 charging station in a single-family residence.

New Jersey Board of Public Utilities – Multi-Unit Dwellings EV Program

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The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) Multi-Unit Dwellings EV Program is offering incentives to MUDs in New Jersey for the purchase of eligible Level 2 charging stations.

PSE&G – Electric Vehicle Charging Program

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Offered in Central New Jersey, this program supports the infrastructure upgrade costs PSE&G customers may incur when setting up EV charging infrastructure.

New Jersey Board of Public Utilities – Clean Fleet EV Incentive Program

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The Clean Fleet Electric Vehicle Incentive Program supports local and state governments, and other public entities in New Jersey as they transition their fleets to EVs.

Xcel Energy – Income-Qualified and Higher Emissions Rebate – Fleet

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Xcel Energy is helping businesses and organizations looking to install EV charging for fleet vehicle use. Selected participants will receive Xcel Energy-owned make-ready EV supply infrastructure, installation, and maintenance at no cost.

Xcel Energy – EV Supply Infrastructure Make Ready – Fleet

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Xcel Energy is supporting businesses and organizations looking to install EV charging for fleet vehicle use. Selected participants will receive Xcel Energy-owned make-ready EV supply infrastructure (dedicated EV meter cabinet with panel and conduit conductor), installation and maintenance at no cost.

Xcel Energy – Income-Qualified and Higher Emissions Rebate – Community Hub

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Municipalities and other community-focused organizations that meet criteria and qualifications can apply for rebates to offset the costs of charging equipment. Eligible customers can earn up to $8,800 for four (4) Level 2 charging stations, or, up to $40,000 for configurations with four (4) Level 2 Chargers and a DC Fast Charging (DCFC) station. These rebates will not exceed 100% of costs incurred by customer.

Xcel Energy – EV Supply Infrastructure Make Ready – Community Hub

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Xcel Energy is supporting municipalities and other community-focused organizations looking to provide charging to the public. Selected participants will receive Xcel Energy-owned make-ready EV supply infrastructure (dedicated EV meter cabinet with panel and conduit conductor), installation and maintenance at no cost.

Xcel Energy – EV Supply Infrastructure Make Ready – Public

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Xcel Energy is helping commercial site hosts that require support to build public EV charging sites. Selected participants will receive Xcel Energy-owned make-ready EV supply infrastructure (dedicated EV meter cabinet with panel and conduit conductor), installation and maintenance at no cost.

Xcel Energy – Income-Qualified and Higher Emissions Rebate – Workplace

Xcel Energy is helping businesses and organizations looking to install EV charging for employee or customer use. Selected participants will receive Xcel Energy-owned make-ready EV supply infrastructure, installation, and maintenance at no cost.

Xcel Energy – EV Supply Infrastructure Make Ready – Workplace

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Xcel Energy is helping businesses and organizations looking to install EV charging for employee or customer use. Selected participants will receive Xcel Energy-owned make-ready EV supply infrastructure (dedicated EV meter cabinet with panel and conduit conductor), installation and maintenance at no cost.

Rocky Mountain Power – Non Residential EV Incentives

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The program is designed to support Utah businesses, communities, and multi-unit properties install EV charging stations.

PGE EV charger rebate

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Get $500 to $1,000 toward a FLO level 2 charger from PGE. You may also qualify to up to $5,000 toward electrical panel upgrades.

ConEd SmartCharge

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ConEd SmartCharge offers cash rewards for charging your EV during off-peak times.

Lansing BWL PEV charger rebate

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The Lansing Board of Water & Light (BWL) offers a $1,000 rebate for installing a level 2 charger in a single-family residence.

Indiana Michigan Power – Commercial and Industrial, Workplace and Multi Unit Dwellings Incentives

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The Indiana Michigan Power EV incentive program offers $2,500 for the first port and $500 for each additional port for Level 2 EV charging stations.

Consumers Energy EV charger rebate

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Consumers energy offers a $500 rebate for the installation of an approved Level 2 charger.

DTE EV charger rebate

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You could qualify for a $500 Level 2 EV charger rebate from DTE’s Charging Forward program if you buy or lease an EV, enroll in a TOU rate, and install a Level 2 Charger.

MEA EVSE residential rebate

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The MEA offers a rebate of up to $700 for level 2 EV chargers installed in a residential setting.

Orlando Utilities Commission EV Charger Rebate

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The Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) offers a rebate of up to $200 for purchasing or leasing a plug-in EV.

DNREC EV charging equipment rebates

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The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environment Control offers rebates for Level 2 EV charging stations installed in publicly accessible areas, workplaces, fleet and multi-family buildings. Rebates can cover up to $3,500 per port.

GCEA EV Charger Rebate

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Gunnison County Electric Association provides a rebate of 50% of the total installation and equipment cost for installing a residential EV charger, up to $1,250.

City of Glendale EV charger rebate

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GWP offers rebates of up to $599 for residential customers and up to $6,000 for commercial or multi-family customers.

City of Colton EV Charger Rebate

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The city of Colton offers a rebate of up to $500 for an approved Level 2 EV charger installed.

City of Burbank EVSE rebate

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Install an EV charging station and receive up to $1,500 to offset some of the costs of purchasing and installing a Level 2 charging station.

City of Anaheim EVSE rebate

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Customers will be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses, up to $1,500 per any Level 2 EV charger for customers NOT participating in one of the Utilities networked Time of Use (TOU) programs or EV Rate programs or up to $3,000 per networked charger and the customer must also sign up for any available time-based rate.

SMUD Residential Rebate

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If you bought a plug-in EV, you could get up to $1,000 toward EV charging equipment and installation costs.

CPCFA EVSE financing program

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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 California. 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.

Salt River Project Time-of-use Rebate

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Salt River Project 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.

TEP Time-of-use Rebate

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Tucson Electric Power 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.

Tillamook PUD – EV Charger Rebate

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is offered by the Tillamook PUD in Tillamook County. Funding is available for Level 2 charger (residential or commercial) and offers: $250 for residential settings and $500 for commercial ($1,000 for a multiple port charger) installations.

Pacific Power – EV Charger Rebate Program

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Offered by the Pacific Power in its coverage area. Funding is available for Level 2 installed in businesses or multifamily residential buildings and can offer up to $1,000 (businesses) or $3,000 (multi-family) per port. Funding not to exceed 75% of total costs.

Monmouth Power & Light – EV charging station rebate

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Rebate of $250 per service location. Charging station must be installed in Monmouth Power & Light service territory. EV charger must be a Level 2 (240V) and purchased new.

City of Ashland – Commercial Charging Incentive

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Offered in the City of Ashland. Funding is available for level 2 chargers installed in commercial locations and offers up to per charger, depending on the number of stations deployed.

Central Lincoln PUD Electric Vehicle Charging Station Rebate Program

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Central Lincoln offers a $250 rebate for the installation of Level 2 EV charging stations. Business, industrial, and residential (rentals and multifamily dwellings) customers all qualify for this rebate.

Clean Fuel Advanced Technology (CFAT) Project

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is offered by the North Carolina State University in the Entire state of North Carolina. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in publicly accessible locations and offers at least $5,000 to eligible recipients (minimum award), up to 76% of total project costs.

New York ZEV Infrastructure Grant

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Offered by the State of New York. Funding is available for Level 2 and DCFC installed in publicly accessible sites primarily for public use. Program may cover up to 80 percent of eligible ZEV infrastructure installation and equipment costs.

Orange and Rockland – POWERREADY EV Program

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Offered by the Orange and Rockland Utility in Northwestern suburbs of New York City. Funding is available to support make-ready project costs in public and private locations, including municipal paid parking (eligible for 50, 90% or 100% of Make-Ready costs).

National Grid – Fleet Advisory Services and Make-Ready Program

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Offered in East and West New York State. Funding is available for stations installed in Workplace, Retail, MUDs, and Public Destinations. Sites can receive charging infrastructure funding that provides 50%, 90%, or 100% depending on eligibility.

Alternative Fuels and Electric Vehicle Recharging Property Credit

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Offered by the New York State. Tax credit available for each installation of property is equal to the lesser of $5,000 or 50% of the cost of property less any cost paid from the proceeds of State grants.

Indiana Michigan Power – EV Incentive

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is offered by the Indiana Michigan Power in Central Michigan. Funding is available for Level 2 chargers installed in commercial and industrial settings, fleet, multi unit dwellings. This program offers $2,500 for first charging port, $500 for each additional charging port.

Indiana Michigan Power – Residential EV Incentive

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Offered by the Indiana Michigan Power in Central Michigan. Funding is available for Level 2 Charger installed in single-home residential settings and offers up to $500 per station.

Consumers Energy – PowerMIDrive Public Level 2 Charger Rebate

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The PowerMIDrive Public Level 2 Charger Rebate is offering up to $7,500 to help communities offset the costs of installing charging infrastructure.

National Grid – EV Commercial Charging Program

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Offered by National Grid in the State of Massachusetts. Funding is available for Level 2 charging stations for make-ready projects.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Rebate Program (Business)

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Offered by Maryland Energy Administration in the State of Maryland. Funding is available for Level 2 and DC Fast Chargers and offers: 40% up to $4,000 per station

Norwich Public Utilities – Electric Vehicle Rebates

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Offered in the City of Norwich. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in MUD (4+ units), commercial or public locations and offers up to $4,000, not to exceed the cost of the station.

Groton Utilities – Electric Vehicle Rebate Program

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Offered by Groton Utilities in Southeastern Connecticut. Funding is available for Level 2 chargers and offers $600 for an approved Level 2 charging station.

SLO County EV & Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program

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Offered by the SLO County in the County of SLO. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in MUDs, Destination, Transit Parking, Transportation Corridors, Workplace Facilities.

Silicon Valley Power – EV Charging Station Rebate

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Offered in the City of Santa Clara. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in a parking location available to the public outside of non-business hours, or Multi-family buildings. This program offers up to $5,000 per charging station.

SCE Charge Ready (Various Streams)

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Offered by the SCE in Southern California. Funding is available for Level 2 projects and can offer rebates for charging infrasturcutre and new construction. Program also offers a turn-key solution to MUDs in DACs. This program can cover up to 80% of estimated construction costs and $3,500 per L2 charger.

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District – Charge Up! Electric Vehicle Charger Incentive Program

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Offered in San Joaquin Valley. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers and offers up to $5,000 for L2 and $25,000 for DC fast charging stations.

Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) Charge @Home Program

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Offered in SMUD territory: most of Sacramento County, and small, adjoining portions of Placer and Yolo Counties. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers publicly available locations. This program offers: up to $4,500 per L2 and $30,000 per DCFC

Burbank Water and Power – Lead the Charge EV Charging Station Rebate Program

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Offered in the City of Burbank. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers and offers up to $4,000 per station. Up to $7,500 is available for projects requiring utility infrastructure upgrade

BAAQMD Charge! Program (Level 2)

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Offered in Northern California. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers and offers up to $3,000 for high-usage locations. Multi-Unit Dwelling, or AB617 communities can access up to $4,000 per charger (high usage)

Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District – EV Charging Station Program

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Offered in Southern California. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in publicly accessible locations. This program can cover 50-70% of total costs of infrastructure, charging equipment and installation.

Redwood Coast Energy Authority – Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Rebate

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Offered in the County of Humboldt; the Cities of Arcata, Blue Lake, Eureka, Ferndale, Fortuna, Rio Dell, and Trinidad; and the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in residence and offers $500, or up to 50% of the total EV Charging Equipment.

MCE electric vehicle (EV) charging station rebate

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Offered by the Marin Clean Energy in Contra Costa County, Marin County, Napa County, and Solano County. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers and offers up to $3,000 per Level 2 (L2) charging port for 2-20 ports

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power – Charge Up LA (Residential)

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Offered by the LADWP in Los Angeles, parts of: Bishop, Culver City, South Pasadena, West Hollywood. Funding is available for DC Fast Chargers.

Liberty EV Charger Rebate Program

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Offered in the Town of Portola and West Lake Tahoe. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Small Business and offers up to $2,500.

City of Palo Alto Utility – EV Chargers for Organizations

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Offered in the City of Palo Alto. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers and offers up to $8,000 per EV charger installed (up to a max of 10 ports).

Glendale Water & Power Charging Station Rebate

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Offered in the City of Glendale. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers and offers up to $3,000 per station. An addition $3,000 rebate is possible for Commercial and Multi-Family Smart Charging Stations.

BAAQMD Charge! Program (DCFC)

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Offered in Northern California. Funding is available for DC Fast Chargers and can cover up to $18,000 rebate for non-MUD sites and up to $30,000 rebate for MUD sites.

Anaheim Public Utilities – Public Access EV Charger Rebates

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Offered in the City of Anaheim. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers and publicly accessible DC fast plug-in locations. The program offers up to $10,000 for publicly accessible locations.

CALeVIP (Various Projects)

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Offered by the CSE in the State of CA, various projects are available targeting different areas of the state. This program covers DCFC and Level 2 stations, and offers up to $70,000 per DC fast charger or 75% of total project cost.