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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).
SDG&E will install, own, and operate chargers in San Diego and southern orange counties to service parks and beaches.
Certain customers may be eligible for a charging equipment rebate.
Through the EV Fleet Program, PG&E will construct, own, and maintain all electrical infrastructure from the transformer to the customer’s meter.
Receive up to $1,500, for EV outlet/EV charging station/electrical upgrades. Income qualified applicants may be eligible to up to $3,000.
Available in Santa Barbara County, this program offers a base rebate up to $3,500, or 75% of project costs, whichever is less.
This incentive is offered in the Humboldt, Shasta and Tehama counties, and covers new, stub-out, replacement, or make-ready site.
Independent level 2 and DC fast charging stations are eligible for a rebate up to $1,500 per OCPP (Open Charge Point Protocol) compliant charging station and $1,200 per charging station that does not comply with OCPP.
A $250 rebate is available per port to clients not eligible for the Small Business Incentive.
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.