Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Incentives & Rebates

Investing in electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure is easier and more cost-effective than you might think. With current rebates, grants, and tax credits available from federal or municipal governments, as well as utility companies, you can put your EV charging infrastructure in the ground quickly and affordably.

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Below, you’ll find current EV charging incentives by state that you may be eligible for*.

*FLO chargers are qualified for use with every incentive and rebate program presented here.

California

Anaheim Public Utilities – Public Access EV Charger Rebates

is offered by the Anaheim Public Utilities in the City of Anaheim. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Public accessible locations, schools, affordable housing, and publicly accessible DC fast plug-in locations.
This program offers:

$5,000 per charging station for public access locations

$10,000 for school, affordable housing, or publicly accessible DC fast plug-in locations

Participants who install an associated sub-meter may receive up to $5,000. In addition, Anaheim Public Utilities will pay the applicable city permit fees and reimburse city plan check fees up to $1,500 for such participants

Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District – EV Charging Station Program

is offered by the Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District in Southern California – “”south just outside of Acton, north to the Kern County line, east to the San Bernardino County line, and west to the Quail Lake area””. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in Public accessible electric vehicle charging such as, but not limited to retail centers, multi-unit dwellings, workplaces, hospitals, public transit stations, and park & rides.
This program offers:

50-70% of total costs of infrastructure, charging equipment and installation

BAAQMD Charge! Program (DCFC)

is offered by the BAAQMD in Northern California. Funding is available for DC Fast Chargers installed in MUDs, Destination, Transit Parking, Transportation Corridors, Workplace Facilities.
This program offers:

$18,000 rebate for non-MUD sites that use a minimum of 90,000kWh over 3 years

$30,000 rebate for MUD sites

BAAQMD Charge! Program (Level 2)

is offered by the BAAQMD in Northern California. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in MUDs, Destination, Transit Parking, Transportation Corridors, Workplace Facilities.
This program offers:

$1,500 (low usage)
$3,000 (high usage )

Multi-Unit Dwelling, or AB617 communities : $2,000 per charger (low usage); $4,000 per charger (high usage)

Burbank Water and Power – Lead the Charge EV Charging Station Rebate Program

is offered by the Burbank Water and Power in the City of Burbank. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in Disadvantaged communities, Public Access, MUDs.
This program offers:

Level 2/DCFC: $4,000 for DACs/Public Access/MUDs; $1,800 for other

Level 2/DCFC (with Utility Infrastructure Upgrade): $7,500 for DACs/Public Access/MUDs; $3,500 for other

CALeVIP (CA Incentive Project – DCFC)

is offered by the CSE in the State of CA. Funding is available for DC Fast Chargers installed in Urban/suburban retail core, retail shopping center, grocery store, restaurant, gas station, hospital, airport, police or sheriff station, hotel, city/county/privately-owned parking lot or garage, library, casino, or public transit hub.
This program offers:

New, stub-out, replacement, make-ready site: Up to $70,000 per DC fast charger or 75% of total project cost, whichever is less

CALeVIP (Northern CA Incentive Project – Level 2 Charger)

is offered by the CSE in Humboldt County. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Commercial (public availability), workplace (public or private availability, must be shared use), multi-unit dwelling (public or private availability, must be shared use), public facility, light-duty fleet use (public or private availability, must be shared use), or curbside charging.
This program offers:

New, stub-out, replacement, or make-ready site: Up to $6,500 per connector

MUD: Additional $1,000 per connector

CALeVIP (Northern CA Incentive Project – Level 2 Charger)

is offered by the CSE in Shasta County. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Commercial (public availability), workplace (public or private availability, must be shared use), multi-unit dwelling (public or private availability, must be shared use), public facility, light-duty fleet use (public or private availability, must be shared use), or curbside charging.
This program offers:

New, stub-out, replacement, or make-ready site: Up to $6,500 per connector

MUD: Additional $1,000 per connector

CALeVIP (Northern CA Incentive Project – Level 2 Charger)

is offered by the CSE in Tehama County. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Commercial (public availability), workplace (public or private availability, must be shared use), multi-unit dwelling (public or private availability, must be shared use), public facility, light-duty fleet use (public or private availability, must be shared use), or curbside charging.
This program offers:

New, stub-out, replacement, or make-ready site: Up to $6,500 per connector

MUD: Additional $1,000 per connector

CALeVIP (South Central Coast Incentive Project – Level 2 Charger)

is offered by the CSE in Santa Barbara County. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Commercial (public availability), workplace (public or private availability, must be shared use), multi-unit dwelling (public or private availability, must be shared use), public facility, light-duty fleet use (public or private availability, must be shared use), or curbside charging.
This program offers:

Base Rebate (Amount per connector): Up to $3,500, or 75% of project costs, whichever is less

Disadvantaged Community (DAC) or Low-Income Community (LIC): Additional $500 per connector

Multi-unit dwelling (MUD) site: Additional $2,000 per connector

City of Palo Alto – EV Chargers for Organizations

is offered by the City of Palo Alto in the City of Palo Alto. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in Schools, non-profits, and multifamily properties.
This program offers:

$8,000 per EV charger installed (up to a max of 10 ports)

Glendale Water & Power Charging Station Rebate

is offered by the City of Glendale in the City of Glendale. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in Commercial/multi-family smart charging stations, residential.
This program offers:

Commercial/Multi-Family Smart Charging Station ($3,000 rebate)

Commercial/Multi-Family Non-Network Charger ($1,500 rebate)

An addition $3,000 rebate is possible for Commercial and Multi-Family Smart Charging Stations if certain criteria is met

Liberty EV Charger Rebate Program

is offered by the Liberty Utilities in the Town of Portola, west Lake Tahoe. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Small Business participants must install charger(s) in a location that is accessible to the public.
This program offers:

Small business: $2,500 max rebate*

*Rebate not to exceed install costs

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power – Charge Up LA

is offered by the LADWP in Los Angeles, parts of: Bishop, Culver City, South Pasadena, West Hollywood. Funding is available for DC Fast Chargers installed in .
This program offers:

MCE electric vehicle (EV) charging station rebate

is offered by the Marin Clean Energy in Contra Costa County, Marin County, Napa County, and Solano County.. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Workplace that will offer EV charging to your employees and/or fleet

Multifamily property of 4 or more units that will offer charging to renters

Commuter parking lot, such as a park & ride or ferry terminal.
This program offers:

$3,000 per Level 2 (L2) charging port for 2-20 ports (Additional $500 per charging port (up to $10,000) for charging stations that have opted up to Deep Green 100% renewable energy)

Redwood Coast Energy Authority – Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Rebate

is offered by the Redwood Coast Energy Authority in the County of Humboldt; the Cities of Arcata, Blue Lake, Eureka, Ferndale, Fortuna, Rio Dell, and Trinidad; and the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District.. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Residence.
This program offers:

$500, or up to 50% of the total EV Charging Equipment, whichever is lower.

Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) Commercial Electric Charger Incentive Program

is offered by the SMUD in SMUD territory: most of Sacramento County, and small, adjoining portions of Placer and Yolo Counties. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in DCFC units must be publicly available 24/7

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This program offers:

Level 2 EVSE: $4,500/handle

Public DCFC: $30,000

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District – Charge Up! Electric Vehicle Charger Incentive Program

is offered by the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District in San Joaquin Valley. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in Must publicly accessible 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week if the project includes the purchase and installation of a Level 3 EV charger

Must be located within the SJVAPCD boundaries which consist of the following counties: San Joaquin, Satinslaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare, and the valley portion of Kern

Must not be a residence. Residential properties are ineligible as site locations regardless of their use as a place of business.
This program offers:

Level 2 Single Port: $5,000 max

Level 2 Dual Port: $6,000 max

DCFC: $25,000 max, min 30% cost share

SCE Charge Ready (Charging Infrastructure & Rebate)

is offered by the SCE in Southern California. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Including but not limited to: Multi-family existing and new properties, Retail locations, Business offices, Industrial complexes, Hospitality locations, Sport and entertainment facilities, Light-duty fleets, Public institutions, Government institutions, Agriculture and water.
This program offers:

SCE will design, construct and install all make ready infrastructure. Participants alternatively can install the customer side make ready infrastructure, and qualify for a rebate of 80% of SCE estimated construction costs

$2,900 per port for Commercial, Public and Multifamily in a DAC

$1,450 for Multifamily not in a DAC

$725 for Commercial and Public not in a DAC, including all Fortune 1000

SCE Charge Ready (New Construction Rebate)

is offered by the SCE in Southern California. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in New multi-family properties.
This program offers:

Up to $3,500 per port for Level 2 charging stations

SCE Charge Ready (Turn-Key)

is offered by the SCE in Southern California. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Multi-family property sites located in designated Disadvantaged Communities (DAC).
This program offers:

SCE will design, install, operate and maintain the EV charging stations at no cost to the program participant. Participant only responsible for paying utility bill

Silicon Valley Power – ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION REBATE (Low Income Family Residential)

is offered by the Silicon Valley Power in the City of Santa Clara. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Multi-family complex with at least four (4) individual residential units and a minimum 15% of all units on the Financial Rate Assistance Program at pre-installation approval date or (a 15% are below market rate agreement).
This program offers:

Up to $1,000 per charging station

Silicon Valley Power – ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION REBATE (Multi Family Residential)

is offered by the Silicon Valley Power in the City of Santa Clara. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in Multi-family buildings with a minimum of four (4) residential units.
This program offers:

Up to $3,000 per charging station – The rebate amount cannot exceed 75% of the total charging station project installation cost, including additional
incentives received by Customer (i.e., other rebates or grants)

Silicon Valley Power – ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION REBATE (School and Non-Profit)

is offered by the Silicon Valley Power in the City of Santa Clara. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in The charging station(s) must be installed in a parking location available to the public outside of non-business hours.
This program offers:

Up to $5,000 per charging station

SLO County EV & Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Program

is offered by the SLO County in the County of SLO. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in MUDs, Destination, Transit Parking, Transportation Corridors, Workplace Facilities.
This program offers:

Not listed

Connecticut

Groton Utilities – Electric Vehicle Rebate Program

is offered by Groton Utilities in Southeastern CT. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers.
This program offers:

$600 for an approved Level 2 charging station

Norwich Public Utilities – Electric Vehicle Rebates

is offered by Norwich Public Utilities in the City of Norwich. Funding is available for Level 2 Chargers installed in MUD (4+ units), commerical or public locations.
This program offers:

Level 2 Commercial for Multifamily: Up to $1,500, not to exceed the cost of the charger

Level 2 Commercial for Public: Up to $2,000, not to exceed the cost of the charger

Maryland

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Program (Business)

is offered by Maryland Energy Administration in the State of Maryland. Funding is available for Level 2 and DC Fast Chargers installed in Multi-unit dwelling (MUD) developments (apartments,
condominiums and workplaces.
This program offers:

40% up to $4,000 per station

Massachussetts

National Grid – Electric Vehicle Charging Station Make-Ready Program

is offered by National Grid in the State os Massachussetts. Funding is available for Level 2 and DC Fast Chargers.
This program offers:

up to 100% of the electric infrastructure costs associated with new EV charging stations:

100% for publicly available DCFC projects with standardized plug types located within Disadvantaged Communities

100% for L2 projects at multi-unit dwellings located within Disadvantaged Communities

90% for publicly available L2 and DCFC projects with standardized plug types located outside of Disadvantaged Communities. Includes municipal pay-to-park and free parking locations
90% for publicly available L2 and DCFC projects including proprietary plugs must have an equal number of standardized plugs of an equal or greater charging capacity to the proprietary plugs (outside of Disadvantaged Communities)

50% for non-public L2 and DCFC projects, such as workplaces with restricted access and privately-owned pay-to-park lots
50% for public and non-public L2 and DCFC projects consisting only of proprietary plugs
50% for public and non-public L2 and DCFC projects where proprietary plugs are not co-located with an equal number or greater number of standardized plugs of equal or greater charging capacity

National Grid reserves the right to reduce incentive percentage based on its best interpretation of the proposed project and available information at the time of review

Michigan

Consumers Energy – PowerMIDrive Program (Public Level 2)

is offered by the Consumers Energy in Northern Michigan. Funding is available for Level 2 Charger installed in Commercial or industrial customers in the accommodation/hospitality sector (e.g., hotels, campgrounds, B&Bs) and multi-dwelling unit (MDU) locations where the charging station users will be tenants (e.g., apartments, condominiums, cooperative housing).
This program offers:

Up to $7,500 for a site location that will be open and accessible for residents of a Multi-Dwelling Unit such as an apartment building

Up to $5,000 for accommodation/hospitality sites where overnight charging is likely to occur (e.g., hotels, campgrounds, B&Bs)

Indiana Michigan Power – EV Incentive (Residential)

is offered by the Indiana Michigan Power in Central Michigan. Funding is available for Level 2 Charger installed in Small Businesses.
This program offers:

$500 per station

Indiana Michigan Power – EV Incentive (Commercial)

is offered by the Indiana Michigan Power in Central Michigan. Funding is available for Level 2 Charger installed in Large commercial and Industrial, Fleet, Multi Unit Dwellings.
This program offers:

$2,500 for first charging port, $500 for each additional charging port

New York

Alternative Fuels and Electric Vehicle Recharging Property Credit

is offered by the New York StateinNew York. Funding is available for Credit for each installation of property is equal to the lesser of $5,000 or 50% of the cost of property less any cost paid from the proceeds of State grants.
This program offers:

Up to $5,000 or 50% of the cost of property less any cost paid from the proceeds of State grants

ConEdison Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Per-Plug Incentive

is offered by ConEdinNew York City, Westchester County. Funding is available for DCFC installed in Publicly accessible locations, which includes access available to the general public without restriction or fees for parking.
This program offers:

Maximum incentive based upon power capacity and year equipment placed in service:

Full incentive available for plugs rated with power capacity of 75kW and higher, 60% incentive for plugs rated 50kW-74kW

Incentive amount paid declines annually

For equipment installed in 2022: $10,286 maximum incentive, paid in installments over 4 years ($3,429 in 2022, $2,857 in 2023, $2,286 paid in 2024, $1,714 paid in 2025)

National Grid – Fleet Advisory Services and Make-Ready Program (For Medium and Heavy Duty Fleets)

is offered by National GridinEast and West New York State. Funding is available for See Funding Amount installed in Workplace, Retail, MUDs, Public Destinations.
This program offers:

Medium- and Heavy- Duty Vehicle (MHDV) Pilot Program – Covers up to 90% of utility-side make-ready costs; participants must participate in NY Truck Voucher Incentive Program (provides substantial discounts towards the purchase of an eligible vehicle in eligible areas

Light Duty Fleets: Sites can receive charging infrastructure funding under the Commercial Make Ready program. That funding provides 50%, 90%, or 100% of the infrastructure funding, depending on eligibility

Orange and Rockland – POWERREADY Electric Vehicle Program

is offered by the Orange and Rockland Utility in Northwestern suburbs of New York City. Funding is available for Level 2, DCFC installed in Public locations, including municipal paid parking (eligible for 90% Make Ready costs)

Non-public locations, including workplace and privately-owned pay-to-park lots (eligible for 50% Make Ready costs).
This program offers:

Up to 50% of Make Ready costs for: Non-public locations, including workplace and privately-owned pay-to-park lots

Up to 90% of Make Ready costs for: Public locations, including municipal paid parking

Up to 100% of Make Ready costs for: sites (Multi-Unit Dwellings) located within or near a Disadvantaged Community (see Notes for details)

PSEG Long Island – Fast Charge Rebate

is offered by PSEG LI in Long Island. Funding is available for DCFC installed in Publicly accessible locations.
This program offers:

incentives as per the table outlined here

ZEV Infrastructure Grant

is offered by the State of New York in the State of New York. Funding is available for Level 2, DCFC installed in publicly accessible sites primarily for public use. Charging of municipal vehicles is acceptable if a shared-use plan is included with the application..
This program offers:

At least 80 percent of eligible ZEV infrastructure installation costs including, but not limited to, the purchase of materials, equipment, hardware and software, and site preparation work.

North Carolina

Clean Fuel Advanced Technology (CFAT) Project

is offered by the North Carolina State University in the Entire state of North Carolina. Funding is available for Level 2 or DC Fast Chargers installed in Publicly accessible locations.
This program offers:

At least $5,000 to eligible recipients (minimum award), up to 76% of total project costs – applicant requests specific funding for project

Oregon

Central Lincoln PUD Electric Vehicle Charging Station Rebate Program

is offered by the Central Lincoln PUD in Portions of 4 counties: Coos, Douglas, Lane, and Lincoln. Funding is available for Level 2 charger installed in Business and industrial locations.
This program offers:

$250 rebate

City of Ashland – Commercial Charging Incentive

is offered by the City of Ashland in the City of Ashland. Funding is available for Level 2 charger (businesses) installed in Commercial locations.
This program offers:

1 charger: up to $1,000

2 chargers: up to $1,500

3 chargers: up to $2,000

4 chargers: up to $2,500

5+ chargers: contact program administrator for more info

EWEB – Smart Charge Rebate

is offered by the EWEB in Eugene, east Springfield, and McKenzie River Valley area. Funding is available for Level 2, DCFC installed in Business, workplace, fleet, or multifamily housing site buildings (5 units or more).
This program offers:

Up to $1,500 per station for Level 2, rebate is up to 50% of the EVSE hardware and installation costs. Multifamily affordable housing sites may qualify for a $2,000 rebate per station.

Up to $10,000 for a single port DCFC, $15,000 per station for a multi-port DCFC (rebate is up to 50% of the EVSE hardware and installation costs)

Monmouth Power & Light – EV charging station rebate

is offered by the Monmouth Power & Light in Monmouth, OR. Funding is available for Level 2 charger installed in Commercial locations.
This program offers:

$250 rebate for Level 2 charger

Pacific Power – EV Charger Rebate Program (Businesses)

is offered by the Pacific Power in Pacific Power’s coverage area. Funding is available for Level 2 installed in Commercial locations .
This program offers:

Up to $1,000 per port, not to exceed 75% of total costs

Pacific Power – EV Charger Rebate Program (Multifamily)

is offered by the Pacific Power in Pacific Power’s coverage area. Funding is available for Level 2 installed in Multifamily residential building that includes three or more units.
This program offers:

Up to $3,000 per port, not to exceed 75% of total costs

Tillamook PUD – EV Charger Rebate

is offered by the Tilllamook PUD in the Tillamook County. Funding is available for Level 2 charger (residential or commercial) installed in commercial locations.
This program offers:

$500 for commercial ($1,000 for a multiple port charger)

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