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Many utilities in Michigan support electric vehicle adoption by providing rebates and incentives towards the purchase and installation of EV charging infrastructure.
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Charge Up Michigan
The Charge Up Michigan Program EV Charger Placement project is offering a direct match grant amount of up to $70,000 for qualified DCFC EV charging equipment, site preparation, equipment installation, networking fees and signage to any public and private organization located in Michigan, or those outside of Michigan who have significant presence in Michigan and are enrolled in a Utility EV program.
FLO can offer you support and expertise to determine the ideal EV charging infrastructure best suited to your needs and navigate the application process. Visit the Charge Up Michigan website
Indiana Michigan Power EV Incentive Program
The I&M EV incentive program offers $2,500 for the first port and $500 for each additional port for Level 2 (240V) EV charging stations. Visit the Indiana Michigan Power’s website
This incentive program is for:
- Commercial fleets
- Multi unit dwellings*
*For Michigan-registered EVs acquired after January 2020.
Consumers Energy’s PowerMIDrive Community Charging Program
The PowerMIDrive Community Charging program is offering a rebate up to $7,500 to help communities offset the costs of installing charging infrastructure. To qualify for the rebate, Level 2 chargers must be installed in a publicly accessible parking lot or curbside location, within one block of at least one multi-family property. Visit the Consumers Energy’s Program website
Consumers Energy’s PowerMIDrive Multi Family Program
PowerMIDrive’s Multifamily Property rebates are designed to help property owners invest in critical infrastructure for new or existing multifamily properties. Qualifying Consumers Energy customers can earn a rebate of up to $7,500 for installing Level 2 chargers. Visit the Consumers Energy’s Program website
Consumers Energy’s DCFC Rebate Program
Consumers Energy electric business customers may qualify for a rebate of up to $70,000 when installing DC fast chargers (DCFC). The rebate can be allocated to the charging station, installation and make-ready costs. Visit the Consumers Energy’s Rebates website
DTE Energy – Charging Forward Program (Commercial)
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. Visit the DTE Energy website
Lansing Board of Water & Light – Commercial EV Charging Incentive Program
Through the Commercial Electric Vehicle Charging Rebate, BWL commercial and industrial customers could receive up to $4,500 per Level 2 charging station, up to 3 stations per location, when installing chargers for their employees, their customers, and/or the public. Available now on a first come, first served basis until funds are depleted. Visit the Lansing Board of Water & Light website
Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit
Qualifying businesses, including non-profits and municipalities, may be eligible to a tax credit of up to 30% when purchasing and installing electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. The 30C tax credit now covers up to $100,000 per charger installed in locations that meet certain geographic requirements. Businesses must claim the credit on their federal tax return. Current 30C tax credit expires on December 31, 2032. Visit the 30C Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit Website → .
National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program
The National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program allocates $5 billion in funding to states to deploy EV fast chargers along designated alternative fuel corridors nationwide. The program provides funding for up to 80% of eligible project costs. In addition to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) minimum standards, each state can also set its own NEVI requirements. Visit the NEVI Formula website.