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Many organizations in Massachusetts support electric vehicle adoption by providing rebates and incentives towards the purchase and installation of EV charging infrastructure.
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The Public Access Charging (PAC) Program provides grants to non-residential entities for 80% of the cost of Level 2 EV charging stations and installation, and a maximum of $50,000 per street address for hardware and installation costs. Installations at government property qualify for 100% of the cost, up to $50,000. Qualified EV charging stations must be available to the public at least 12 hours per day. This program is part of Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP).
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The Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) provides incentives for up to 60% of the hardware and installation cost of Level 2 EV charging stations installed, up to $50,000 per street address. Eligible entities include MUDs with five or more residential units, and educational campuses with at least 15 students on site, as well as workplaces and fleets with 15 or more employees on site. MassDEP accepts applications on a first-come, first-served basis.
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The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection offers funding of 80%-100% for DC fast charging stations installed in publicly accessible parking and educational campuses with at least 15 students on site. This funding can be combined with National Grid and Eversource make-ready funding.
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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. This funding can be combined with National Grid and Eversource make-ready funding.
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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. This funding can be combined with National Grid and Eversource make-ready funding.
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National Grid’s EV Charging Station Program provides funding to non-residential Massachusetts customers to install new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations (Level 2 or DCFC). For approved projects, you could receive up to 100% of the electrical infrastructure and charging station equipment costs. Become an environmental sustainability leader in your community, with customers, and with your employees and tenants.
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Eversource offers rebates for up to 100% of related infrastructure and implementation costs for the installation of commercial level 2 EV chargers.
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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.
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FLO is a leading North American electric vehicle charging network operator and a major provider of smart charging software and equipment. FLO has worked with hundreds of organizations across various incentive funding programs, and can offer you support and expertise to determine the ideal EV charging infrastructure best suited to your needs and navigate the application process.
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