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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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.

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.

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.

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.  

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.

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