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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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.

Lansing Board of Water & Light – Commercial EV Charging Incentive Program

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Businesses and organizations can receive up to $4,500 per Level 2 charging stations, up to 3 stations per location, when installing chargers for their employees, their customers, and/or the public.

Consumers Energy’s DCFC Rebate Program

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

Consumers Energy’s PowerMIDrive Multi Family Program

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PowerMIDrive's Multifamily Property rebates are designed to help property owners invest in critical infrastructure for new or existing multifamily properties.

DTE Energy – Charging Forward Program (Commercial)

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DTE Energy offers funding for Level 2 and DC fast EV charging stations. Funding can cover up to $2,000 for L2 and up to $55,000 for DC fast chargers.

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.

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.

Consumers Energy’s PowerMIDrive Community Charging Program

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The PowerMIDrive Community Charging program is offering a rebate up to $7,500 to help communities offset the costs of installing charging infrastructure.

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