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Many utilities in Washington support electric vehicle adoption by providing rebates and incentives towards the purchase and installation of EV charging infrastructure.
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Clark Public Utilities – Electric Vehicle Program
Offered by Clark Public Utilities, this program offers up to $500 towards the purchase and installation of a Level 2 charging station in a single-family residence.
Tacoma Public Utilities – EV Charging Program
Offered by TPU, this program offers up to $400 towards the purchase and installation of a Level 2 charging station in a single-family residence.
Snohomish PUD – Residential EV Charger Rebate
Offered by Snohomish PUD, this program offers up to $350 towards the purchase and installation of a Level 2 charging station in a single-family residence.
Commercial, Industrial and Multi-Family
Snohomish PUD – Level 2 EV Charger Rebate for Commercial, Industrial & Multifamily Facilities
Offered in Snohomish County and Camano Island, this program offers a rebate of up to $1,000 per charging port.
Seattle City Light – Multifamily EV Charging Program
Available now – first come, first served. This program offers up to 100% of project costs, up to $50,000 for the installation of Level 2 EV chargers at multi-family buildings and condominiums.
Washington Electric Vehicle Charging Program
Through Washington Department of Commerce’s Washington Electric Vehicle Charging Program (WAEVCP), qualifying businesses and organizations could receive funds to cover costs associated with the purchase and installation of DC fast chargers (DCFC). You could receive up to $85,000 per port when installing DCFC in public locations in the state of Washington.
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 → .
Charge Where You Are: Level 2 EV Charging
Through Washington State Department of Ecology’s Charge Where You Are Program, businesses and organizations can receive up to $10,000 per Level 2 charging stations, or up to 80% of eligible project costs, when installing chargers at multi-unit residential buildings, workplaces, to charge an EV fleet, or to provide charging infrastructure to the public. Learn more about the Charge Where You Are program.
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.