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 that you may be eligible for*.

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

California

California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP)
  • How much you may be eligible for: Up to $7,500 per new Level 2 single charging port (depending on region or county).
  • Who is eligible: public parking areas (both government-owned and privately-owned), workplaces, and multi-unit residential buildings.
  • When to apply: Applications are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Additional requirements: Must include a minimum 2-year maintenance agreement.

Massachusetts

 National Grid and Mass EVIP
  • How much you may be eligible for: Up to $50,000 per street address, as follows:
    • 80% rebate for publicly accessible, government-owned, privately-owned, or non-profit sites (maximum rebate of $6,250 per charging port);
    • 60% rebate for non-residential workplaces with at least 15 employees on-site;
    • 60% rebate for multi-unit residential buildings with 10 or more residential units.
  • Who is eligible: public parking areas, workplaces, and multi-unit residential buildings.
  • When to apply: Applications are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Additional requirements: Must be operated and maintained for 3 consecutive years after the initial date of charging station operation.

New York

National Grid Electric Vehicle Charging Station
  • How much you may be eligible for: Up to 100% of the electrical infrastructure for approved projects.
  • Who is eligible: public parking areas (both government-owned and privately-owned), workplaces, and multi-unit residential buildings.
  • When to apply: Applications must be received by or before March 1st, 2020.
  • Additional requirements: Must be operated and maintained for minimum of 5 consecutive years after the initial date of charging station operation. Must select charging station equipment from among list of qualified Level 2 charging station equipment.
NYSERDA Charge Ready NY
  • How much you may be eligible for: Up to $4,000 per new Level 2 charging port or $1,500 per replacement port for chargers over 5 years old. Maximum of $200,000 per applicant.
  • Who is eligible: publicly-accessible parking areas, workplaces, and multi-unit residential buildings.
  • When to apply: Applications are on a first-come, first-serve basis, and will continue to be accepted until rebate funds have run out (or December 31, 2021).
  • Additional requirements: There is a 2 charging port minimum, with 1-year minimum of network connectivity, 4 years of continuous operation, and data access given to NYSERDA. In addition, public sites must have at least 10 parking spaces open to the public at least 12 hours per day, 5 days a week.

Rhode Island

National Grid Electric Vehicle Charging Station
  • How much you may eligible for: Up to 100% of the electrical infrastructure for approved projects.
  • Who is eligible: public parking areas (both government-owned and privately-owned), workplaces, and multi-unit residential buildings.
  • When to apply: Applications must be received by or before March 1st, 2020.
  • Additional requirements: Must be operated and maintained for minimum of 5 consecutive years after the initial date of charging station operation. Must select charging station equipment from among list of qualified Level 2 charging station equipment.

New Jersey

NJ It Pay$ to Plug In
  • How much you may be eligible for: Up to $4,000 per new Level 2 single charging station, and $750 per Level 1 charging station, as follows:
    • 100% rebate for publicly accessible, government-owned sites;
    • 80% rebate for publicly accessible, privately-owned sites;
    • 60% for workplace sites;
    • 60% for multi-unit residential buildings.
  • Who is eligible: public parking areas (both government-owned and privately-owned), workplaces, and multi-unit residential buildings.
  • When to apply: Applications are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Additional requirements: Must include a minimum 3-year maintenance agreement, as well as clear signage/painting displaying that parking spots are reserved for electric vehicles.

Pennsylvania

Driving PA Forward
  • How much you mau be eligible for: Up to $4,500 per new Level 2 charging port, as follows:
    • 90% rebate for publicly accessible, networked, government-owned sites (or up to $4,500, whichever is less);
    • 80% rebate for publicly accessible, networked, privately-owned sites (up to $4,500, whichever is less);
    • 60-70% rebate for publicly accessible, non-networked sites (up to $4,500, whichever is less);
    • 50% rebate for non-publicly accessible sites (up to $4,000, whichever is less).
    • Maximum of $100,000 per application.
  • Who is eligible: public parking lots, workplaces, fleets, and multi-unit residential buildings.
  • When to apply: Applications are on a first-come, first-serve basis, and will continue to be accepted until rebate funds have run out.
  • Additional requirements: Installation must not have begun prior to date of program application. Must include a minimum of 3 years of charging information reporting, including number of charging sessions, amount of energy consumed, percentage of time during which a charger is connected to an electric vehicle, and downtime percentage.

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