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The Guide to State and Private EV Charging Incentives & Rebates

2 Dec 2022 20 mins to read

The complete list of incentives for purchasing and installing commercial EV charging stations in the USA. 

The Guide to State and Private EV Charging Incentives & Rebates
Summary:

Starting in 2005, the USA introduced various grants, tax credits, and other programs to persuade more people to buy EVs and promote EV adoption on the roads. With the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the new $7.5 billion funding, states and private entities offer all the more EV charging incentives and rebates. We've compiled a list of available programs in all 50 states in the USA (do notice that the information is gathered from the US Department of Energy's official website).

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1) Alabama

State Incentives:

  • Alabama's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

According to the state's five-year plan, the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure or NEVI program will allocate $79,308,285 to Alabama for installing EV chargers. ADECA plans to divide the funds through state grants at the beginning of 2023. More information will be available next year. Still, potential applicants may search for more on the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Program website.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations and Medium- and Heavy-Duty Diesel Vehicle Replacement Rebates

ADECA, or the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, offers grants for installing EV charging stations for applicants who don't qualify for NEVI planning funding. Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust partially funds these subventions ($1.46 million and $950,000 for "cleaner" versions of ICE cars, EVs, and electric charging stations).

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Grants (ADECA)

Government and non-government entities can receive up to $500,000 for installing Level 3(DCFC) stations along Interstate 22 in Alabama. ADECA also offers grants of up to $250,000 for installing Level 2 or DCFC stations along non-interstate corridors. All EV charging stations must be publicly accessible. Ongoing priorities for this state program will include fast-charging projects along non-interstate corridors and Level 2 charging projects at locations where people have longer dwell times, including workplaces, tourist attractions, shopping centers, and multifamily dwellings.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Alabama utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

2) Alaska

State Incentives:

  • Alaska's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation's (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan0, describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance. For more information about Alaska's NEVI planning process, see the Alaska Energy Authority Electric Vehicle Implementation Plan website. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Credit – Chugach Electric Association (CEA)

CEA provides eligible residential customers a $200 bill credit per residential EV charging station, up to two per household, for sharing information on EVs, EV charging stations and average miles driven per year. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Chugach Electric Association (CEA)

CEA offers rebates to commercial customers for the purchase and installation of Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Rebates are available in the following for:

1) Commercial DCFC - Up to $5,000 per EV charging station and up to $10,000 per location;

2) Commercial Level 2 - Up to $1,000 per EV charging station and up to $2,000 per location.

Workplace recipients must agree to provide information about the usage of EV charging stations with CEA for 36 months after installation. Commercial recipients must agree to install and own the charging stations.

 

3) Arizona

State Incentives:

  • Arizona's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation's (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. For more information about Arizona's NEVI planning process, see the ADOT Arizona Electric Vehicle Program website. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Arizona Public Service Company (APS)

APS offers residential customers a $250 rebate to purchase a qualifying Level 2 EV charging station. Additionally, customers who enroll in the APS Smart Charge Program may earn an $85 bill credit yearly. For more information, including eligibility requirements, see the APS EV Smart Charger Rebate and SmartCharge Rewards websites.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Pilot Program - Arizona Public Service Company (APS)

APS offers free EV charging stations, installation, maintenance, and educational services to its workplace, fleet, and multi-unit dwelling customers through the Take Charge AZ pilot program. 

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Salt River Project (SRP)

SRP offers residential customers a $250 rebate to purchase a qualifying Level 2 EV charging station. A $50 bill credit is available for customers who join the SRP EV Community. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Salt River Project (SRP)

SRP offers rebates to commercial customers who install networked Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Government, non-profit, school, and multifamily customers are eligible for higher rebate amounts. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Networked Level 2 - $4,000 per port (up to 75 ports);

2) DCFC - $20,000 per port; up to three ports.

EV charging stations must be installed between May 1, 2022, and April 30, 2023. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  • Commercial Electrification Rebates - Salt River Project (SRP)

SRP offers commercial customers rebates for purchasing charging infrastructure, electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, and custom electrification projects. Eligible applicants can receive $1,000 per port for Electric TRU Charger and $1,000 per bay for Truck Stop and Truck Fleet Charging Bay. Applicants may receive up $50,000 in rebates. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Tucson Electric Power (TEP)

TEP offers residential customers a rebate of up to $500 to purchase a Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) station. Rebate amounts vary by EV charging station amperage. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Tucson Electric Power (TEP)

TEP offers rebates and technical support to businesses, multifamily dwellings, and non-profit customers that purchase and install between two to six EV charging station ports. TEP will evaluate the electrical capacity and supporting EV charging station infrastructure at locations that install six or more ports on a case-by-case basis. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Level 2 Workplace stations - $4,000 per port with up to 75% of project cost and $6,000 per port with up to 75% for low-income areas.

2) Level 2 Multi-Family Dwelling or Non-profit Organization - $5,400 per port with up to 85% of project cost and $9,000 per port with up to 85% project cost for low-income areas.

3) Direct Current (DC.) Fast Charger - $20,500 per port with up to 75% of project cost and $40,000 per port with up to 75% of project cost for low-income areas.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Mohave Electric Cooperative (MEH)

MEH offers residential and commercial customers rebates to purchase networked Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Residential and commercial customers are eligible for rebates of $1,000 and $2,750, respectively. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Infrastructure Support

Arizona utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

4) Arkansas

State Incentives:

  • Arkansas' National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Corridor Grants

The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality’s (ADEQ) Direct Current Fast Charge (DCFC) Financial Assistance program provides grants to public and private entities to install 150-kilowatt DCFC stations along major interstates and transportation corridors. Grants are available for 75% of the total project costs, up to $350,000 per site. To be eligible, sites must be within 50 miles of an exit from a designated Alternative Fuels Corridor, publicly accessible 24 hours daily, and well-lit. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants

The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) offers rebates to government, private, and non-profit entities for the construction and installation costs of Level 2 EV charging stations. Rebates are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. The program is funded by Arkansas’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. Funding is available in the following amounts:

1) For public government entities - $6,850 for one port and $9,300 for two and more ports;

2) For public non-government entities - $5,325 for one port and $7,225 for two and more ports;

3) For private workplaces - $1,875 for one port and $3,375 for two and more ports;

4) For private multi-unit dwellings - $1,875 for one port and $3,375 for two and more ports.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Arkansas utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

5) California

State Incentives:

  • California’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the California Department of Transportation to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive Program Support

The California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), funded by the California Energy Commission, provides funding for property owners to develop and implement EV charging station incentive programs that help meet regional needs for Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Level 2 EV charging stations must be ENERGY STAR certified. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grant – Antelope Valley

Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (AVAQMD) offers grants for installing public EV charging stations, up to 80% of the total costs of infrastructure, equipment, and installation of eligible projects. Preferred project sites include retail centers, multi-unit dwellings, workplaces, hospitals, public transit stations, and park & rides.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Financing Program

Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Loss Reserve Program financing allows property owners to borrow funds to pay for energy improvements, including purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Property owners must agree to a contractual assessment on the property tax bill, have a clean property title, and be current on property taxes and mortgages. Financing limits are 15% of the first $700,000 property value and 10% of the remaining property value. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Central Coast

The Central Coast Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites: 

1) Level 3 DCFC - up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 80% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $70,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 2 chargers - $5,500 per port for disadvantaged communities and $5,000 per EV charging station for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - $6,500 per port for disadvantaged communities and $6,000 per EV charging station for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in Monterey, San Benito, or Santa Cruz County. DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Northern California

The Northern California Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

1) Level 3 DCFC - up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 80% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $70,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 2 chargers - $6,500 per port for disadvantaged communities and $6,000 per EV charging station for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - $7,500 per port for disadvantaged communities and $7,000 per EV charging station for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in Humboldt, Shasta, or Tehama County. DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Inland Counties

The Inland Counties Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

1) Level 3 DCFC (50 kW-99.99 kW)- up to $40,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $60,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 3 DCFC (greater than 100 kW)- up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $60,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers - Up to $4,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $3,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

4) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - Up to $6,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $5,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in Butte, El Dorado, Imperial, Kings, Merced, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Solano, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tulare, or Yolo County. DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – San Joaquin County

The San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

1) Level 3 DCFC - up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 80% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $70,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 2 chargers - Up to $4,000 per port for disadvantaged communities and up to $3,500 per port for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - Up to $5,000 per port for disadvantaged communities and up to $4,500 per port for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in Fresno, Kern, or San Joaquin County. DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Peninsula-Silicon Valley

The Peninsula-Silicon Valley Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

1) Level 3 DCFC (50 kW-99.99 kW)- up to $60,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $50,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 3 DCFC (greater than 100 kW)- up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $70,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers - Up to $5,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $4,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

4) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - Up to $6,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $5,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in San Mateo or Santa Clara County, and DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Sacramento County

The Sacramento County Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

1) Level 3 DCFC - up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 80% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $70,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 2 chargers - Up to $5,500 per port for disadvantaged communities and up to $5,000 per port for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - Up to $6,500 per port for disadvantaged communities and up to $6,000 per port for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in Sacramento County, and DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – San Diego County

The San Diego County Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

1) Level 3 DCFC (50 kW-99.99 kW)- up to $60,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $50,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 3 DCFC (greater than 100 kW)- up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $70,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers - Up to $5,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $4,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

4) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - Up to $6,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $5,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing an EV charging station(s). Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Sonoma Coast

The Sonoma Coast Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

1) Level 3 DCFC (50 kW-99.99 kW)- up to $60,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $50,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 3 DCFC (greater than 100 kW)- up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $70,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers - Up to $5,500 per port or 100% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $5,000 per port or 100% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

4) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - Up to $6,500 per port or 100% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $6,000 per port or 100% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

5) Level 2 chargers (unincorporated community) - Up to $6,500 per port or 100% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $6,000 per port or 100% of total project costs for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Southern California

The Southern California Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates of up to $70,000 per direct current fast charging (DCFC) station installation at new sites and 75% of total project costs, and up to $40,000, per DCFC station installation at replacement or make-ready sites. Installations in disadvantaged communities are eligible for rebates for 80% of the total project cost, up to $80,000 per DCFC station, regardless of installation site type. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, non-profit organizations, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or public or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be accessible 24 hours a day and be located in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, or San Bernardino County.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Alameda County

The Alameda County Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts:

1) Level 3 DCFC (50 kW-99.99 kW)- up to $40,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $30,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 3 DCFC (greater than 100 kW)- up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $60,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers - Up to $4,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $3,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

4) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - Up to $6,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $5,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – South Central Coast

The Alameda County Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts:

1) Level 3 DCFC (50 kW-99.99 kW)- up to $40,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $30,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

2) Level 3 DCFC (greater than 100 kW)- up to $80,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $60,000 per EV charging station or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

3) Level 2 chargers - Up to $4,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $3,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs;

4) Level 2 chargers (multi-unit dwelling) - Up to $6,000 per port or 75% of total project costs for disadvantaged communities and up to $5,500 per port or 75% of total project costs for communities outside DACs.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates before purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. DCFC station installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day.

  • Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Grant – Santa Barbara County

The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (SBCAPCD) provides grants that cover 80% of project costs, up to $250,000. Eligible projects include electric vehicle supply equipment, hydrogen, and gas fueling stations. Priority will be given to projects located in multi-unit dwellings or low-income communities.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - South Coast and MSRC

The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD) administers the Charge Up! Program, which provides funding for public agencies, businesses, and property owners of multi-unit dwellings to purchase and install new EV charging stations. Annual funding is capped at $50,000 per applicant. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Single Port Level 2 - $5,000;

2) Dual Port Level 2 - $6,000;

3) Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Station - $25,000.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebates - TID

Customers may qualify for a $1,000 rebate per Level 2 EV charging station. Up to ten rebates may be claimed for EVs and EV charging stations per commercial account. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebates - TID

Turlock Irrigation District (TID) offers residential customers a $300 rebate for installing a qualifying Level 2 EV charging station. Low-income customers enrolled in the TID CARES Program are eligible for additional rebates of $700 per vehicle and $100 per charger. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Liberty Utilities

Liberty Utilities offers residential customers a rebate of $1,500 and commercial customers a rebate of $2,500 for purchasing and installing EV charging stations at their homes or small business. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates for Businesses - SMUD

Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) offers rebates to commercial customers for the purchase and installation of Level 2 EV charging stations and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations at their workplace or multi-unit dwelling (MUD). Eligible applicants may receive up to $30,000 per DCFC station and $4,500 per port for a Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) and Workplace Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - MCE

The MCEv Program provides installation support and funding for approved EV charging stations at MUD and workplaces in MCE territory. To qualify, facilities must install at least two charging ports. Eligible expenses include installation and a portion of the EV charging station unit cost, up to $3,500 per port.

  • Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) and Workplace Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentives - PG&E

Pacific Gas & Electric’s (PG&E) Electric Vehicle (EV) Charge Network Program provides installation support and funding for multi-unit dwellings and workplaces in the PG&E territory to install PG&E-approved EV charging stations in parking areas. Facilities must equip at least ten adjoining parking spaces with EV charging stations to qualify. Eligible expenses include the cost of installation and a portion of the EV charging station unit cost, up to $2,300 per port.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentives for Commercial Customers - PG&E

Pacific Gas & Electric’s (PG&E) EV Fast Charge Program offers competitive incentives to facilitate the installation of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. PG&E will cover the cost of making ready a site for DCFC. Projects must involve the purchase of a DCFC station from the approved EV Charging Station list. To qualify, sites must receive electric service from PG&E, and the DCFC station must be available to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentives for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Fleets - PG&E

Pacific Gas & Electric’s (PG&E) EV Fleet Program offers competitive incentives to facilitate the installation of EV charging stations for medium- and heavy-duty vehicle fleets. PG&E offers dedicated electrical infrastructure design and construction services and reduced costs for electrical infrastructure work. Entities eligible to receive rebates for purchasing and installing new EV charging stations include schools, transit agencies, and disadvantaged communities. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) EV chargers with a power output of up to 50 kilowatts (kW) - up to $15,000;

2) EV chargers with a power output of up to 150 kilowatts (kW) - up to $25,000;

3) EV chargers with a power output of 150.1 kilowatts (kW) and above - up to $42,000.

  • School Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – PG&E

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) offers EV charging station rebates for school facilities. Participating schools can own, operate, and maintain EV charging stations or have PG&E-owned EV charging stations installed. Rebates are available up to $11,500 for single port Level 2 EV charging stations or up to $15,500 for dual port Level 2 EV charging stations, with 40% of funds allocated to disadvantaged communities. 

  • State Parks Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program – PG&E

Pacific Gas and Electric’s (PG&E) Electric Vehicle (EV) Charge Parks program provides EV charging stations at state parks and beaches for fleet and public usage. PG&E will own, operate, and maintain EV charging stations and associate network fees for up to eight years. A minimum of 25% of funds must be allocated to disadvantaged communities. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - SCE

Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Charge Ready Program offers customer rebates for businesses, government organizations, and property owners to install EV charging stations at business, public sector, or multi-unit dwelling locations. Rebate amounts vary, and sites located in disadvantaged communities are eligible for additional rebates.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station and Charging Incentive - Sonoma Clean Power (SCP)

Qualified SCP customers are eligible to receive a free Level 2 EV charging station with Wi-Fi capabilities. Customers are responsible for shipping and installation costs. Customers may also receive $5 per month for connecting the EV charging station to the GridSavvy Rewards program. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Alameda Municipal Power (AMP)

AMP provides rebates of up to $800 to residential customers and up to $5,000 to commercial customers toward purchasing a Level 2 EV charging station. Commercial customers are also eligible for a $500 rebate for every additional port, up to $3,000. Customers may apply for multiple rebates at a time.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Azusa Light & Water

Azusa Light & Water offers customers a $150 rebate to purchase an ENERGY STAR-certified Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Anaheim Public Utilities (APU)

APU provides rebates for residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal customers to purchase and install Level 2 or Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) stations. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Private Residential, Multi-Unit Dwelling, and Commercial - $1,000;

2) Public Schools and Affordable Housing - $10,000;

3) Public Commercial and Municipal entities (Level 2 chargers) - $5,000;

4) Public Commercial and Municipal entities (DCFC Stations) - $10,000.

Program participants may also receive up to $5,000 for sub-meter installation fees, $1,500 for city permit fees, and $2,000 for electric panel upgrade services. 

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - LADWP

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) offers a rebate of up to $500 for purchasing and installing qualified Level 2 EV charging stations and a $250 rebate for installing a dedicated EV charging station meter.

  • All-Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebates - CCCE

Central Coast Community Energy (CCCE) offers a rebate of up to $10,000 for Level 2 EV charging stations installed at homes or workplaces.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Burbank Water and Power (BWP)

BWP provides rebates to commercial and residential customers toward purchasing Level 2 EV charging stations. Commercial or multi-unit dwelling customers who purchase and install EV charging stations can receive up to $15,000 per EV charging station. Commercial customers in disadvantaged communities are eligible for higher rebate amounts.

Residential customers who install a charger can receive up to $500 and will be placed on BWP’s time-of-use rate. Applications must be submitted no later than six months from the date of purchase for commercial customers and no later than four months for residential customers.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are exhausted.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Glendale Water and Power (GWP)

GWP provides rebates to commercial and residential customers toward purchasing Level 2 EV charging stations. Commercial or multi-unit dwelling customers who purchase and install EV charging stations can receive up to $6,000 for each charger and up to four rebates. Residential customers who install a charger can receive up to $599. Applications must be submitted by four months from the date of purchase. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are exhausted. 

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Pasadena Water and Power (PWP)

PWP provides rebates of $600 for residential customers toward installing Wi-Fi-enabled EV charging stations or $200 for installing non-Wi-Fi-enabled EV charging stations. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Pasadena Water and Power (PWP)

PWP provides rebates of $3,000 per port for the commercial, workplace, multi-unit dwelling (MUD), and fleet customers for the installation of networked Level 2 EV charging stations or rebates of $1,500 per port for non-networked Level 2 EV charging stations. PWP also provides rebates of $6,000 for installing direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations or Level 2 EV charging stations installed at select sites, including disadvantaged communities.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive – SDG&E

The San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) Power Your Drive for Fleets program installs or incentivizes medium- and heavy-duty EV charging stations for commercial customers. Customers may apply for a rebate of up to 80% of the cost of installing the infrastructure. Additionally, transit agencies, school districts, and some private fleets in disadvantaged communities are eligible for a rebate of up to 50% of the charger purchase cost. 

  • Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) and Workplace Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive - SDG&E

San Diego Gas & Electric’s (SDG&E) Power Your Drive program provides EV charging stations, installation, and maintenance support for MUDs and workplaces in the SDG&E territory. Site hosts must make a one-time participation payment and be able to dedicate at least five parking spaces at residential locations or at least ten parking spaces at workplaces for EV charging stations. MUDs and workplaces in disadvantaged communities may qualify for the program at no cost to the site host.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates – Silicon Valley Power (SVP)

SVP offers rebates for purchasing and installing Level 2 EV charging stations to residential, multifamily, school, and non-profit customers. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Residential - $550;

2) Multifamily - $3,000;

3) School and non-profit - $5,000.

Charging stations must have Wi-Fi capabilities. Residential customers may also receive a rebate of up to $1,000 to upgrade their electric panel to accommodate a Level 2 EV charger. Low-income residents may receive increased rebate amounts.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – SMUD

The Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) offers a rebate of up to $1,000 for purchasing and installing a new Level 2 EV charging station and associated electrical upgrades.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

California utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.  

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6) Colorado

State Incentives:

  • Colorado's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Plazas Program

The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) administers the Colorado Electric Vehicle (EV) DCFC Plazas Program. Priority locations are near downtown areas, high-density housing, commercial developments, transit hubs, transportation network company dense areas, and underserved communities. Eligible applicants may receive grants up to 80% of project costs at each proposed location. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Grants

The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) provides grants that will fund:

1) 80% of the cost of an EV charging station;

2) $6,000 for a fleet-only Level 2 station; 

3) $9,000 for a dual port Level 2 station;

4) Up to $35,000 for a direct current fast charging (DCFC) with at least 50 kilowatts (kW);

5) Up to $50,000 for a DCFC with at least 100kW. 

Eligible applicants include local governments; state and federal government agencies; public universities; public transit agencies; private non-profit corporations; landlords of multi-unit dwellings; and owners associations of common interest communities.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and Infrastructure Coaching Service

The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) administers the ReCharge Colorado program (ReCharge) to advance the adoption of EVs and the installation of charging infrastructure in Colorado. ReCharge provides coaching services to consumers, local governments, workplaces, and multi-unit dwellings to help them identify monetary savings, grant opportunities, and other EV benefits. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - San Isabel Electric Association (SIEA)

SIEA offers customers rebates for purchasing and installing Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Non-Networked Level 2 - 50% of eligible costs, up to $500;

2) Networked Level 2 - 50% of eligible costs, up to $1,000;

3) DCFC with 50 kilowatts (kW) Peak Output - 50% of eligible costs, up to $3,000;

4) DCFC with 100kW+ Peak Output - 50% of eligible costs, up to $5,000.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Black Hills Energy

Black Hills Energy offers residential customers a $500 rebate for purchasing and installing a Level 2 EV charging station. Low-income residents are eligible for a rebate of up to $1,300.

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate – Black Hills Energy

Black Hills Energy offers TOU rates to commercial customers that operate EV charging stations.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Gunnison County Electric Association (GCEA)

GCEA offers residential customers rebates for purchasing a Level 2 EV charging station. Eligible customers may receive a rebate for 50% of the cost of buying and installing an EV charging station, up to $1,250.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive – Holy Cross Energy (HCE)

HCE offers free or discounted EV charging stations for residential customers. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Holy Cross Energy (HCE)

HCE offers commercial customers a $600 rebate for purchasing and installing an EV charging station for multifamily housing, workplace, or fleet charging. Customers may receive rebates for up to three Level 2 EV chargers.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate – Xcel Energy

Xcel Energy offers residential customers a rebate of up to $500 for purchasing and installing a qualified Level 2 EV charging station. Income-qualified residents may receive up to $1,300.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program – Xcel Energy

The Xcel Energy EV Accelerate at Home program provides residential customers with a Level 2 EV charging station for a monthly fee. The fee includes EV charging station installation and maintenance by an Xcel Energy electrician.

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates – Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU)

CSU offers commercial customers rebates to purchase and install EV charging stations. Workplaces and fleets may receive up to $1,200 per Level 2 EV charging station port, and multi-unit dwellings may receive up to $1,600 per Level 2 EV charging station port. Commercial customers may also receive a rebate of up to $12,000 per direct current fast charging (DCFC) station port.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Colorado utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

7) Connecticut

State Incentives:

  • Connecticut’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) allocates a portion of its designated funds for the deployment of public Level 1, Level 2, and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations through the Diesel Emissions Mitigation Program (Program). It provides funding in the following amounts:

 1) Municipalities, state agencies, and other public entities - up to 65% of the cost to purchase, install and maintain EV charging stations for public, government fleet, or government employee use;

2) Non-government entities - up to 60% of the cost to purchase, install, and maintain publicly available EV charging stations.

  • Loans for Residential Charging or Natural Gas Fueling Infrastructure

The Connecticut Green Bank offers Smart-E low-interest loans for Connecticut electric vehicle (EV) drivers to purchase Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations or natural gas vehicle fueling equipment. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebates - Groton Utilities

Groton Utilities offers customers a $2,000 rebate for purchasing a new EV and a $1,000 rebate for the lease of a new EV. Customers may also be eligible for a $600 rebate for installing a qualifying Level 2 EV charging station. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebates - Norwich Public Utilities

Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) offers rebates to eligible customers for the purchase and installation of a qualified EV charging station. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Residential Level 2 chargers - $1,000;

2) Commercial, workplace, or multifamily Level 2 chargers - $3,000;

3) Commercial, public Level 2 chargers - $4,000.

  • Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rate Pilot Program - Eversource

Eversource offers a voluntary rate program for the public, separately metered Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Eversource

Eversource offers rebates to commercial customers who purchase and install qualified Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Rebates are available for up to 50% of EV charging station purchase costs and up to 100% of make-ready installation costs, up to the following amounts:

1) Level 2 - $20,000 and $40,000 for underserved communities;

2) DCFC - $150,000 and $250,000 for underserved communities.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Eversource

Eversource offers residential customers an incentive of up to $300 to enroll in a demand response managed charging program.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Connecticut utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

8) Delaware

State Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates

As part of the Delaware Clean Transportation Incentive Program, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) offers rebates of up to $3,500 per port for the purchase of Level 2 EV charging stations for use at public, workplace, commercial, and multi-unit dwelling (MUD) locations. Installation, labor, and other costs are not eligible. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Eligible applicants include MUDs, businesses, organizations, non-profits, government entities, schools, colleges, and universities. The maximum number of rebates an applicant may receive varies based on applicant type and EV charging station locations:

1) Public Access - 6 ports for commercial, government, and non-profit applicants;

2) Workplace - 6 ports for commercial, government, and non-profit applicants;

3) Fleet - 6 ports for commercial applicants; 10 ports for government and non-profit applicants;

4) MUD - 10 ports for commercial, government, and non-profit applicants.

  • Delaware's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Delaware utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

9) District of Columbia

State Incentives:

  • Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Conversion and Infrastructure Tax Credit

Businesses and individuals are eligible for an income tax credit of 50% of the equipment and labor costs for converting qualified AFVs, up to $19,000 per vehicle. A tax credit is also available for 50% of the equipment and labor costs for purchasing and installing alternative fuel infrastructure on qualified AFV fueling property. The maximum credit is $1,000 per residential electric vehicle charging station and $10,000 per publicly accessible AFV fueling station.

  • District of Columbia's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Make-Ready Support – Pepco

Pepco offers support to commercial customers installing publicly-accessible Level 2 and Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) stations. Pepco provides applicants with the electrical capacity to support up to five Level 2 or four DCFC stations per applicant location. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

District of Columbia utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

10) Florida

State Incentives:

  • Florida’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Financing Authorization

Local governments may offer funding to property owners within their jurisdiction to help finance EV charging station installations on their property or enter into a financing agreement for the same purpose. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Pilot Program – Tampa Electric Company (TECO)

TECO’s Drive Smart Program offers business customers a rebate of up to $5,000 per port to purchase and install public EV charging stations. Eligible project locations include workplaces, public or retail, multi-unit dwellings, income-qualified, and government sites. 

  • Commercial Electrification Rebates - Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA)

JEA offers commercial customers rebates for purchasing or leasing electric vehicles (EVs) and EV charging stations. EVs and charging stations must be purchased and installed between October 1, 2019, and September 30, 2025. EV rebate amounts are as follows:

1) Direct Current Fast Charging (AFDC) Stations - up to $30,000;

2) Level 1 or Level 2 EV charging stations - up to $5,200;

3) Heavy-Duty Truck Stop Electrification - up to $1,300.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Charging Rebate - JEA

Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA) offers residential customers with Level 2 EV charging stations an incentive of up to $7 per month to encourage EV charging station use during off-peak hours.

  • All-Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebates - KUA

Kissimmee Utility Authority (KUA) provides rebates of $100 to residential customers for the purchase and installation of a home EV charging station. A licensed electrical contractor must install the EV charging station and meet all state and local codes. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentives - Brickell Energy

Brickell Energy’s aFLoat Program offers two different incentives to facilitate the installation of EV charging stations in Florida. Through the aFLoat Host Agreement, Brickell Energy will cover the cost of hardware, network service plans, management service, and warranties. Eligible hosts include commercial real estate property owners and managers. The aFLoat Rental Plan offers public and commercial locations, EV charging station hardware, a network service plan, management service, and warranties at a reduced fee. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Pilot Program - Duke Energy

Duke Energy’s Park and Plug Program will assist business customers with installing Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Eligible installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours daily, near high-traffic corridors, well-lit, and near retail, restaurant, or other amenities.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Florida utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

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11) Georgia

State Incentives:

  • Georgia's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Tax Credit

An eligible business enterprise may claim an income tax credit for purchasing and installing a qualified EV charging station. The EV charging station must be located in Georgia and accessible to the public. The tax credit is for 10% of the cost of the EV charging station, up to $2,500. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Georgia utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

12) Hawaii

State Incentives:

  • Hawaii's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates – Hawaii Energy

Hawaii Energy administers the EV Charging Station rebate program on behalf of the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission, which offers rebates to commercial entities, workplaces, and multifamily dwellings to install Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Eligible applicants include individuals, non-profit organizations, private businesses, government entities, and homeowner associations or authorized entities on behalf of multifamily dwellings. Rebates are available for new and retrofitted EV charging stations, and award amounts vary based on project type, charging station technology, and port count.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rate Incentives - Hawaiian Electric Company

Hawaiian Electric offers a TOU rate for customers who charge their EV at Hawaiian Electric’s publicly available direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. 

 

13) Idaho

State Incentives:

  • Idaho's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive - Idaho Power

Idaho Power offers business customers funding for installing Level 2 EV charging stations for passenger EVs. Eligible customers may receive funding for 50% of project costs, up to $7,500 per site and $15,000 per applicant.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Idaho utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

14) Illinois

State Incentives:

  • Illinois' National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Manufacturing Tax Credits

The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity‘s Reimagining Electric Vehicles in Illinois Program (REV Illinois Program) offers manufacturers EV charging station tax credits. Credits are available in two tiers. Tier 1 credits are available to EV, EV components, and EV charging station manufacturers that invest a minimum of $20 million and create at least 50 new jobs within four years in Illinois. Tier 2 credits are available to the following entities:

  • EV manufacturers that invest a minimum of $1.5 billion and create at least 500 jobs within 5 years in Illinois;
  • EV part manufacturers that invest a minimum of $300 million and create at least 150 jobs within 5 years in Illinois; and,
  • Manufacturers converting existing facilities to allow for EV and EV component production that invest a minimum of $100 million and create at least 75 new jobs within 5 years in Illinois.
  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate

Beginning July 1, 2022, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) will offer rebates to public and private entities to install and maintain Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Rebate awards may cover up to 80% of the eligible project costs.

  • Smart Grid Infrastructure Development and Support

The Illinois Science and Energy Innovation Trust (Trust) will provide financial and technical support to public and private entities within the state for programs and projects that support, encourage, or utilize innovative technologies and methods to modernize the state’s electric grid. Technologies may include advanced electricity storage and peak-shaving technologies, such as electric vehicles (EVs) or devices that allow EVs to engage in smart grid functions.

  • Transportation Electrification Infrastructure Projects

The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) will provide transportation electrification grants of $70,000,000 for, but not limited to, electric vehicle charging infrastructure. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Illinois utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

15) Indiana

State Incentives:

  • Indiana's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Indiana Michigan Power

Indiana Michigan Power offers commercial, fleet, and multi-unit dwelling customers a rebate of $250 per Level 2 EV charging station port installed or five years’ worth of revenue credits. Incentives are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Applied Energy Services (AES) Indiana

AES Indiana offers residential customers a $250 rebate for purchasing a new Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Indiana utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

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16) Iowa

State Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure Funding

The Iowa Department of Transportation (IowaDOT) provides funding for publicly accessible Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. This grant program is funded by Iowa’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. 

  • Iowa's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Iowa Department of Transportation (Iowa DOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Iowa utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

17) Kansas

State Incentives:

  • Kansas' National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Kansas Department of Transportation (KSDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit

An income tax credit is available for 40% of the cost of installing alternative fueling infrastructure. The tax credit may not exceed $100,000 per fueling station. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate – Evergy

Evergy offers residential customers a $250 rebate for the purchase of a Level 2 EV Charger. Evergy offers an additional $250 rebate when customers sign up for an EV TOU rate. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Kansas utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

18) Kentucky

State Incentives:

  • Kentucky’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Kentucky utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

19) Louisiana

State Incentives:

  • Louisiana's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Louisiana Department of Transportation (LA DOTD) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Equipment and Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive - Entergy

Qualified Entergy customers are eligible to receive $250 to purchase a Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO)

SWEPCO offers residential customers a $250 rebate for the installation of an ENERGY STAR-certified Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Louisiana utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

20) Maine

State Incentives:

  • Maine's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Michigan Department of Transportation to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Funding

Efficiency Maine offers a rebate of $350 to government and non-profit entities for the purchase of Level 2 EV charging stations. Applicants are awarded one rebate per port and may receive a maximum of two rebates. 

  • Clean Transportation and Infrastructure Loans

Efficiency Maine administers the Maine Clean Energy and Sustainability Accelerator (Accelerator) to provide loans for qualified alternative fuel vehicle (AFV) projects, including the purchase of electric vehicles, fuel cell electric vehicles, zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), and associated vehicle charging and fueling infrastructure. Recipients must direct 40% of funds toward low-income communities and communities of color.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Maine utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

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21) Maryland

State Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Corridor Charging Grant

The Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) offers grants of up to 80% of the cost for the installation of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations along corridors through the Electric Corridors Grant Program (ECGP). ECPG funding is available for up to $150,000 per DCFC station and $600,000 per applicant. Eligible entities include non-profits and private businesses. Grant awards vary based on the total kilowatts per charging port.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Workplace Charging Grant

The Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) offers grants for installing EV charging stations at workplaces through the Charge Ahead Grant Program (CAGP). Grants are available for up to $4,500 per Level 2 EV charger and $600,000 per applicant. CAGP funding is available for costs directly attributable to the design, installation, and operation of eligible workplace EV charging stations. Eligible entities include non-profits, private companies, and government agencies. 

  • Maryland’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Clean Energy Grants

The Maryland Smart Energy Communities (MSEC) program, administered by the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), offers local governments grants for transportation-related projects, including purchasing and installing EV charging stations. Grants are available in the amount of $6,000 per EV charging station. Communities already participating in the MSEC program may receive a maximum award of $55,000 per project, and new communities may receive up to $75,000. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate Program

The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) offers a rebate to individuals, businesses, or state or local government entities for acquiring and installing qualified EV charging stations. The rebate may cover 40% of the costs of acquiring and installing qualified EVSE or up to the following amounts: $700 for residential properties and $4,000 for businesses, non-profits, workplaces, multi-unit dwellings, and state or local government entities. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Residential Rebate - Potomac Edison

Potomac Edison offers residential customers a $300 rebate for purchasing and installing a qualified Level 2 EV charging station through the EV Driven Program.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Multifamily Rebate - Potomac Edison

Potomac Edison offers multifamily property owners a rebate of up to $20,000 for purchasing and installing qualified Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations on their property through the EV Driven Program. 

  • Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive – Potomac Edison

Potomac Edison offers to install and operate a Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) station on government property at no cost to government sites. A maximum of 59 EV charging stations will be installed through this program, and applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates – BGE

Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) offers commercial customers a rebate for 50% of the purchase and installation cost of eligible Level 2 EV charging stations, up to $5,000 per port, and 50% of the purchase and installation cost of eligible direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations, up to $15,000 per port. Rebate awards may be at most $30,000 per site. Eligible commercial customers include multifamily properties, homeowner’s associations, small businesses, non-profit organizations, and commercial fleets. 

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - BGE

Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) offers residential customers an annual credit of $50 for purchasing and installing a Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Delmarva Power

Delmarva Power provides rebates to residential and multifamily customers toward the purchase of qualified Level 2 EV charging stations. Delmarva Power offers residential customers a $300 rebate for a Level 2 smart EV charging station. Delmarva Power offers customers that own or operate multifamily properties a rebate for 100% of the cost to purchase and install eligible Level 2 smart EV charging stations, up to $15,000 per station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate – Delmarva Power

Delmarva Power offers residential customers a rebate of up to 50% of the cost of purchasing and installing an eligible Level 2 EV charging station through the Plug-In Vehicle (PIV) Managed Charger Program.

  • Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive – Delmarva Power

Delmarva Power offers to install and operate a Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) station on government property at no cost to government sites. A maximum of 250 EV charging stations will be installed through this program, and applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - Pepco

Pepco offers residential customers a rebate of up to 50% of the cost to purchase and install an eligible Level 2 EV charging station through the Plug-In Vehicle (PIV) Managed Charger Program. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Pepco

Pepco provides rebates to residential and multifamily customers toward purchasing qualified Level 2 EV charging stations. Pepco offers residential customers a $300 rebate for a Level 2 smart EV charging station. Pepco offers customers that own or operate multifamily properties a rebate for 100% of the cost to purchase and install eligible Level 2 smart EV charging stations, up to $15,000 per station.

  • Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive – Pepco

Pepco offers to install and operate a Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) station on government property at no cost to the government sites. A maximum of 250 EV charging stations will be installed through this program, and applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  • Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive – SMECO

Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) offers to install and operate a Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) station on government property at no cost to the government sites. A maximum of 60 EV charging stations will be installed through this program, and applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Maryland utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

22) Massachusetts

State Incentives:

  • Massachusetts’ National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan describing how MassDOT intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Public Access Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants

The Public Access Charging 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 for at least 12 hours daily.

  • Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) and Educational Campus Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants

The Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) grants 60% of the cost of Level 1 or Level 2 EV charging stations installed at MUDs and educational campuses, up to $50,000 per street address. Eligible entities include private, public, or non-profit MUDs with five or more residential units and educational campuses with at least 15 students on campus. 

  • Workplace and Fleet Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants

The Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) grants 60% of the cost of Level 1 or Level 2 EV charging stations, up to $50,000 per street address. Eligible entities include private, public, or non-profit workplaces and fleets with 15 or more on-site employees.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Installation Incentive - Eversource

Eversource’s Electric Vehicle Charging Station program provides make-ready installation costs for non-residential customers to install approved Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations at businesses, multi-unit dwellings, workplaces, and fleet facilities. Eligible installation expenses include trenching, dedicated service meter, conduit, and wiring costs.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Discount - Braintree Electric Light Department (BELD)

BELD offers customers a discount of $250 for the purchase of a qualified Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program - National Grid

National Grid’s Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program provides non-residential customers with installation and funding support to install approved Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations at businesses, multi-unit dwellings, and workplaces.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Massachusetts utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

23) Michigan

State Incentives:

  • Michigan's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Michigan Department of Transportation to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Charge Up Michigan Placement Project

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) provide funding for public or private organizations to install direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations, site preparation, and networking fees and signage. Grants are equal to the lesser of 33.3% of the total cost of the project or a direct match of the electric utility funding, up to $70,000. 

  • Electrification Technology Grants

The Office of Future Mobility and Electrification and the Michigan Department of Transportation administer the Michigan Mobility Funding Platform, which provides grants to mobility and electrification companies to deploy their technology in Michigan, including electric vehicles (EVs) and EV charging stations. Eligible applicants must collaborate with a Michigan-based partner, meet a local use case in Michigan, and have matching funds available.

 

24) Minnesota

State Incentives:

  • Minnesota’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate and Time-Of-Use Rate - Otter Tail Power

Otter Tail Power Company offers a $400 rebate for the installation of a Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - LREC

LREC offers a rebate of up to $500 for installing Level 1 or Level 2 EV charging stations.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Pilot Program - Xcel Energy

Xcel Energy offers a pilot program for residential customers who own or lease an EV. The program provides discounted Level 2 EV charging equipment, installation, and charging costs. Qualified EV chargers may be leased or purchased from Xcel Energy.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Great River Energy

Great River Energy provides rebates for purchasing or leasing Level 2 EV chargers. Rebates are available for public, workplace, multifamily, and fleet charging stations. Leased charges must have a minimum lease term of 5 years.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - DEA

Dakota Electric offers a rebate of up to $500 for installing Level 1 or Level 2 EV charging stations. To be eligible for the rebate, EVs must use a separate sub-metered circuit.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Connexus Energy

Connexus Energy offers a rebate of up to $500 to residential customers to install a qualified Level 2 EV charging station. Connexus Energy also provides an $800 discount on EV charging stations purchased from the EnergyWise Minnesota store.

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Connexus Energy

Connexus Energy offers commercial customers a rebate of up to $2,000 for purchasing and installing a Level 2 EV charging station. Eligible applicants include public entities, workplaces, multifamily units, and fleets.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Runestone Electric Association

Runestone Electric Association offers rebates to residential customers of up to $500 for installing the Level 2 EV charging station. To receive the full rebate, eligible applicants must enroll in EV charging stations at a time-of-use rate (TOU). 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Minnesota utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

25) Mississippi

State Incentives:

  • Mississippi's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebate – Mississippi Power

Mississippi Power offers a rebate of up to $250 for Level 2 EV charging stations.

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station and Off-Road Equipment Rebate - Mississippi Power

Mississippi Power offers commercial customers a rebate of $2,000 for the purchase Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Incentive - Entergy

Entergy offers various commercial customers rebates for purchasing select on- and off-road EVs and Level 2 EV charging stations. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Mississippi utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

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26) Missouri

State Incentives:

  • Missouri's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentives - Ameren Missouri

Ameren Missouri’s Charge Ahead program offers competitive incentives to non-residential customers for installing Level 2 EV charging stations or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations at qualifying workplaces, multi-unit dwellings (MUDs), and public areas. Incentives are available in the following amounts, or up to 50% of total project costs, whichever is less:

1) Workplace for 10 Level 2 ports or 2 DCFC ports - $90,000;

2) MUD for 10 Level 2 ports - $50,000;

3) Public entities for 6 Level 2 ports or 2 DCFC ports - $70,000.

Applicants may receive up to $500,000. Incentives are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Evergy

Evergy offers a $500 rebate for purchasing and installing a Level 2 EV charging station to qualified residential customers that purchase or lease an EV and enroll in a time-of-use rate.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Kirkwood Electric

Kirkwood Electric offers residential and business customers a $300 rebate for the installation of a Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Missouri utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

27) Montana

State Incentives:

  • Montana’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Montana utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) charging stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

28) Nebraska

State Incentives:

  • Nebraska's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • All-Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebates – NPPD

Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) offers residential customers a $4,000 rebate for purchasing a new EV and a $500 rebate for installing an eligible Level 2 EV charging station. Participants must purchase the EV charging station through NPPD. NPPD also offers residential customers an additional rebate of up to $400 for the pre-wiring necessary for EV charging station installation. Eligible residential customers include single- and multi-family residences. NPPD offers commercial customers a 50% reimbursement for installing a public Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) station and a 100% reimbursement, of up to $1,000, for the construction of conduit necessary to support EV charging station installations. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • All-Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebate – SPPD

Southern Public Power District (SPPD) offers residential customers a $4,000 rebate for purchasing a new EV and a $500 rebate for installing an eligible Level 2 EV charging station. SPPD also offers residential customers an additional rebate of up to $400 for the pre-wiring necessary for EV charging station installation. Eligible residential customers include single- and multi-family residences. SPPD offers commercial customers a 50% reimbursement for installing a public Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) station and a 100% reimbursement, of up to $1,000, for the construction of conduit necessary to support EV charging station installations. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

 

29) Nevada

State Incentives:

  • Nevada's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Nevada Energy (NV Energy)

NV Energy offers rebates to eligible business customers for purchasing and installing Level 2 EV charging stations and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Level 2 EV charging station rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Workplace, from 2 to 10 ports - $3,000 per port and up to 75% of project cost;

2) Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD), from 2 to 10 ports - $5,000 per port and up to 75% of project cost;

3) Low-Income MUD, from 2 to 4 ports - $10,000 per port and up to 100% of project cost;

4) Fleets, from 2 to 10 ports - $5,000 per port and up to 75% of project cost;

5) Public Charging, from 2 to 10 ports - $3,000 per port and up to 75% of project cost;

6) Government Agency, from 2 to 4 ports - $10,000 per port with up to 100% of project cost.

DCFC station rebates cover 50% of project costs, up to $400 per kilowatt or $40,000 per station, whichever is less. DCFC station projects may include a maximum of five stations. NV Energy also funds projects that do not fall within the scope of fleet, workplace, or MUD charging through the Electric Vehicle Custom Grant Program. Grant amounts are determined on a case-by-case basis and may cover up to 100% of project costs.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Nevada Energy (NV Energy)

NV Energy offers residential customers a rebate of up to $500 to purchase a Level 2 EV charging station. Rebates are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Nevada utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

30) New Hampshire

State Incentives:

  • New Hampshire's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle Charging Station Incentives - New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC)

NHEC offers commercial and municipal customers a rebate for 75% of the cost, up to $2,500, to purchase and install Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC)

NHEC offers residential customers a rebate of $300 to install a Level 2 EV charging station. Customers may receive a maximum of two rebates.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

New Hampshire utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

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31) New Jersey

State Incentives:

  • New Jersey's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Rebate

The NJBPU offers residents a $250 rebate for purchasing an eligible Level 2 EV charger through the Charge Up Residential Charger Program. 

  • Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) MUD EV Charger Incentive Program offers grants of up to $4,000 to owners and operators of MUDs to purchase and install eligible Level 2 EV charging stations. MUDs in overburdened municipalities are eligible for grants of up to $6,000.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) provides grants through the It Pay$ to Plug In New Jersey’s Electric Vehicle Workplace Charging Grant Program (Program) for EV charging station installation. Grants are available in the following amounts:

1) Level 1 - $750 for a maximum of 5 ports;

2) Level 2 - $4,000 for a maximum of 20 ports.

Grants are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Eligible EV charging stations must be located at workplaces, government agencies, non-profits, or multi-unit dwellings.

  • Public Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grants

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) EV Tourism Program offers grants to local businesses and municipalities to purchase up to six Level 2 and two direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations for installation at New Jersey tourism sites and landmarks. Level 2 EV charging stations are eligible for grants of up to $5,000, and DCFC are eligible for grants of up to $50,000. Eligible sites include boardwalks, parks, attractions, and overnight lodging establishments.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Installation Rebate - PSE&G

PSE&G offers residential customers a rebate of up to $1,500 for the installation of a Level 2 EV charging station. Participants may also be eligible for a rebate of up to $5,000 for pole-to-meter utility service upgrades. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Installation Rebates - PSE&G

PSE&G offers commercial customers rebates for installing Level 2 and public direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Level 2 EV Charging Stations - $7,500 per EV Charging Station (for behind-the-meter charging) and up to $10,000 (for pole-to-meter charging);

2) Public DCFC Stations - $25,000 per DCFC Station (for behind-the-meter charging) and up to $50,000 (for pole-to-meter charging).

Eligible entities include multi-family residences, government entities, businesses, and any location with public access. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Atlantic City Electric (ACE)

ACE offers make-ready rebates to residential, multi-unit dwelling (MUD), commercial, and fleet customers to install Level 2 EV charging stations. Additionally, make-ready rebates are available for publicly accessible Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Residential Level 2 chargers - $1,000 per EV Charging Station with up to 50% of the eligible costs (for a maximum of 1 EV Charging Station);

2) MUD Level 2 chargers - $5,000 per port with up to 75% of eligible costs (for a maximum of 10 ports);

3) Workplace Level 2 chargers - $4,500 per port with up to 50% of eligible costs (for a maximum of 10 ports);

4) Fleets Level 2 chargers - $2,500 per port with up to 50% of eligible costs (for a maximum of 10 ports);

5) Public Level 2 chargers - $4,500 per port with up to 50% of eligible costs (for a maximum of 2 ports);

6) Public DCFC Station - $60,000 per port with up to 90% of eligible costs (for a maximum of 2 ports).

MUD customers in overburdened communities are eligible for an increased rebate of up to $6,700 per port. Eligible applicants may receive a maximum of 10 rebates per location. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Jersey Central Power & Light

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) offers commercial customers rebates for installing publicly accessible, make-ready Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Multifamily Level 2 chargers - $6,700;

2) Workplace Level 2 chargers - $5,000;

3) Public Level 2 chargers - $6,700 with up to 50% of eligible costs;

4) Public DCFC chargers - $25,000 with up to 50% of eligible costs.

Eligible applicants must install a minimum of two charging ports and may receive a maximum of 10 rebates per location. Multifamily customers in overburdened communities are eligible for an increased rebate of up to $8,375 per port.  

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Jersey Central Power & Light

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) offers rebates of up to $5,500 to residential customers to install make-ready Level 2 EV charging stations. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

New Jersey utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

32) New Mexico

State Incentives:

  • New Mexico's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Funding

NMED provides funds up to 100% of the cost to purchase, install, and maintain eligible light-duty EV charging stations. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Make-Ready Building Tax Credit

Commercial buildings may receive a tax credit of up to $1,500 for purchasing and installing EV charging stations make-ready infrastructure or up to $3,000 if the infrastructure is in an affordable housing building. . This tax credit is available for all taxable years before January 1, 2030.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Powering New Mexico (PNM)

PNM offers residential customers a $300 rebate for purchasing a Level 2 ENERGY STAR-certified EV charging station. 

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates – El Paso Electric (EPE)

EPE offers residential customers a $500 rebate to purchase a qualified Level 2 EV charging station and a $2,300 rebate for low-income customers to purchase and install a qualified Level 2 EV charging station. Low-income customers are households with income equal to or less than 200% of the federal poverty level. Eligible Level 2 EV charging stations must be ENERGY STAR certified, networked, and have Wi-Fi or cellular capabilities. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – El Paso Electric (EPE)

EPE offers commercial customers rebates for installing qualified Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Workplace and Business Networked Level 2 EV Charging Stations - 50% of eligible costs, up to $3,500;

2) Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) Networked Level 2 EV Charging Stations - 75% of eligible costs, up to $5,250;

3) Commercial Networked DCFC Stations - 50% of eligible costs, up to $104,000;

4) Public Transit and Fleet Networked DCFC Stations - up to $26,000 per DCFC Station; 

5) Public Transit and Fleet Networked Level 2 EV Charging Station - up to $3,000 per EV Charging Station.

Eligible EV Charging Stations must be UL2594 listed, ENERGY STAR certified, and have Wi-Fi or cellular capabilities. 

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program – Xcel Energy

The Xcel Energy EV Accelerate at Home program provides residential customers with a Level 2 EV charging station for a flat monthly fee. The fee includes EV charging station installation and maintenance by an Xcel Energy-approved electrician. 

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Xcel Energy

Xcel Energy offers residential customers a rebate of up to $500 for the installation of a dedicated electrical circuit to support a Level 2 EV charging station. Income-eligible applicants may receive a rebate of up to $2,500.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

New Mexico utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

33) New York

State Incentives:

  • New York's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) Charge Ready NY program offers public and private entities rebates toward purchasing and installing Level 2 EV charging stations at public parking facilities, workplaces, and multi-unit dwellings. Rebates are available for $4,000 per port. Disadvantaged communities may receive an additional rebate of $500 per Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Vehicle Emissions Reduction and Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Project Funding

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSEDEC) provides light-duty EV charging station funding.

  • Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit

An income tax credit is available for 50% of the cost of alternative fueling infrastructure up to $5,000. Qualifying infrastructure includes electric vehicle charging stations.

  • Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Rebate and ZEV Fueling Infrastructure Grant for Municipalities

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s (NYSDEC) Municipal ZEV Program offers rebates to cities, towns, villages, counties, and New York City boroughs for the purchase or lease of eligible ZEVs and grants for purchase and installation of public ZEV fueling infrastructure. Rebates of up to $7,500 are available for ZEVs and up to $500,000 for ZEV fueling infrastructure. Municipalities may apply for multiple ZEV rebates worth up to $375,000 and multiple ZEV infrastructure grants worth up to $500,000. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program - Central Hudson

Central Hudson EV Make Ready Program provides business and municipal customers with installation and funding support to install qualifying Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. 

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program - ConEdison

ConEdison PowerReady EV Charging Infrastructure Program provides business and municipal customers with installation and funding support for installing qualifying Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. 

  • Medium- and Heavy-Duty (MHD) Fleet Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program – ConEdison

ConEdison offers MHD fleets incentives of up to 85% of the installation costs of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Participants may receive a maximum award of $1.2 million.

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program - National Grid

National Grid’s Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program provides non-residential Upstate New York customers with installation and funding support to install approved Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations at businesses, multi-unit dwellings, and workplaces. 

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program - NYSEG

New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG) Level 2 and Direct Current (DC) Fast Charger Make Ready Program provides business and municipal customers with installation and funding support to install approved Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. 

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program - Orange & Rockland Utilities (O&R)

The O&R POWERREADY EV Program provides commercial customers with installation and funding support to install approved Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. 

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Program - Rochester Gas and Electric (RG&E)

RG&E Level 2 and Direct Current (DC) Fast Charger Make Ready Program provides business and municipal customers with installation and funding support to install approved Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. 

  • Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Station Incentive - Central Hudson

Commercial customers that own DCFC stations may receive an annual incentive per connector. To be eligible, owners of DCFC stations must:

  • Ensure each qualifying port is capable of dispensing 50 kW or more;
  • Use a commonly accepted non-proprietary standard connector; and,
  • Be publicly accessible, without restriction or fees for parking.

The full incentive is available for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations rated with a power capacity of 75 kW and higher. A 60% incentive is available for ports rated 50 kW to 74 kW. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service through 2025.

  • Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Station Incentive - ConEdison

Owners of DCFC stations that meet all of the following requirements are eligible for an annual per-connector incentive:

  • Minimum power capacity of 50 kilowatts (kW).
  • A commonly accepted non-proprietary standard connector.
  • Publicly accessible, without restriction or fees for parking.
  • Stations received a building permit and/or provided payment for excess utility service distribution facilities after March 1, 2019.

The full incentive is available for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations rated with a power capacity of 75 kW and higher. A 60% incentive is available for ports rated 50 kW to 74 kW. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service through 2025.

  • Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Station Incentive - National Grid

Owners of DCFC that meet all of the following requirements are eligible for an annual per connector incentive:

  • Minimum power capacity of 50 kilowatts (kW) in a single- or parallel-output configuration.
  • A commonly accepted non-proprietary standard connector.
  • Publicly accessible, without restriction or fees for parking.

The full incentive is available for electric vehicle (EV) stations rated with a power capacity of 75 kW and higher, and a 60% incentive is available for ports rated 50 kW to 74 kW. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service through 2025.

  • Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Station Incentive - NYSEG

Owners of DCFC may receive an annual incentive per connector. To be eligible, owners of DCFC must:

  • Ensure each qualifying port is capable of dispensing 50 kW or more;
  • Use a commonly accepted non-proprietary standard connector; and,
  • Be publicly accessible, without restriction or fees for parking.

The full incentive is available for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations rated with a power capacity of 75 kW and higher. A 60% incentive is available for ports rated 50 kW to 74 kW. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service through 2025.

  • Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Station Incentive - Orange & Rockland Utilities (O&R)

Owners of DCFC stations may receive an annual incentive per connector. To be eligible, owners of DCFC stations must:

  • Ensure each qualifying port is capable of dispensing 50 kW or more;
  • Use a commonly accepted non-proprietary standard connector; and,
  • Be publicly accessible, without restriction or fees for parking.

The full incentive is available for electric vehicle charging stations rated with a power capacity of 75 kW and higher, and a 60% incentive is available for ports rated 50 kW to 74 kW. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service through 2025.

  • Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) Stations - RG&E

Owners of DCFC stations may receive an annual incentive per connector. To be eligible, owners of DCFC stations must:

  • Ensure each qualifying port is capable of dispensing 50 kW or more;
  • Use a commonly accepted non-proprietary standard connector; and,
  • Be publicly accessible, without restriction or fees for parking.

The full incentive is available for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations rated with a power capacity of 75 kW and higher. A 60% incentive is available for ports rated 50 kW to 74 kW. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service through 2025.

  • Electric Vehicle Charging Station Incentive Program - PSEG Long Island

Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Long Island offers customers an incentive to own and operate direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Award amounts depend on the eligibility year, DCFC power rating, and the configuration of the charging equipment. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rate Incentive for Businesses - Con Edison

Con Edison offers an electric rate reduction ranging from 34% to 39% for New York City and Westchester County businesses that install a publicly accessible direct current fast charging (DCFC) station. Qualifying EV charging stations must have a power output of at least 100 kilowatts.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

New York utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) charging stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

34) North Carolina

State Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Funding

The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) Level 2 Infrastructure Grant Program and Zero Emission Vehicle Direct Current Fast Charge (DCFC) Infrastructure Program and Level 2 Infrastructure Program provide funding for the purchase and installation of public and private Level 2 EV charging stations and public DCFC stations. 

  • North Carolina's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Rebates:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - CHEC

Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative (CHEC) offers a bill credit of $100 to residential customers who install a qualifying Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rebate and Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate - Randolph EMC

Randolph Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) Electric Vehicle Utility Program (REVUP) offers residential customers a rebate of $500 for the purchase of a qualified Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging station. 

  • Electric School Bus and Infrastructure Rebate - Duke Energy

Duke Energy offers public and charter schools a rebate of up to $215,000 for purchasing electric school buses and associated charging infrastructure.

  • Multifamily Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Pilot Program - Duke Energy

Duke Energy offers free EV charging station equipment, installation, maintenance, warranty, and network connection services to residents of multifamily dwellings through the Park & Plug Program. 

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Duke Energy

Duke Energy offers residential customers a $1,133 rebate for the electrical upgrades to support a Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) station.

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Duke Energy

Duke Energy offers business and commercial home building customers a rebate for the electrical upgrades to support EV charging stations. Rebate amounts vary by project and EV charging station type. Eligible projects include workplaces, businesses, transit agencies, schools, multifamily dwellings, fleets, new construction homes, and publicly available EV charging stations.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Surry-Yadkin Membership Corporation (SYEMC)

SYEMC offers residential members a $500 rebate to purchase a qualifying EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

North Carolina utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

35) North Dakota

State Incentives:

  • North Dakota's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

North Dakota utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

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36) Ohio

 State Incentives:

  • Ohio’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Firelands Electric Cooperative (FEC)

FEC offers rebates of $250 to members who install Level 2 EV charging station(s) at home, office, or other buildings. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Ohio utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

37) Oklahoma

State Incentives:

  • Oklahoma’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grant Program

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) ChargeOK program offers grants for public EV charging stations. Eligible projects include direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations located along designated EV transportation corridors and DCFC or Level 2 EV charging stations located at destination locations or community charging hubs. DEQ will award competitive grants for up to 80% of eligible project costs. 

  • Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit

For tax years beginning before December 31, 2028, a tax credit is available for up to 45% of the cost of installing commercial alternative fueling infrastructure. Eligible alternative fuels include natural gas, propane, hydrogen, and electricity. The infrastructure must be new and not previously installed or used to fuel alternative fuel vehicles.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Tax Exemption

EV charging stations with a charging capacity of fewer than 50 kilowatts are exempt from the $0.03 per kilowatt-hour tax on electricity used to recharge EVs.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO)

PSO offers a rebate of up to $250 to residential customers for an ENERGY STAR-certified Level 2 EV charging station. Eligible charging stations must be new and purchased in Oklahoma.

  • Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Infrastructure Grants for Public Fleets

Under the Creating Long-term Energy Alternatives Now by Advancing Improvements Regionally (CLEAN AIR) Grants program, the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) issues grants for alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicle projects in the Oklahoma City Area Regional Transportation Study (OCARTS) area. Projects must reduce vehicle equipment emissions and include AFV fueling stations or charging infrastructure. Eligible applicants include OCARTS-member governments, certain public trusts and public authorities providing essential services to OCARTS-member governments, member entity public transit fleets, and public school fleets whose district boundaries are contained partially or wholly within the OCARTS area.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Oklahoma utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

38)Oregon

State Incentives: 

  • Oregon's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Portland General Electric (PGE)

PGE offers commercial customers rebates for the installation of Level 2 EV charging stations. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Workplace - $1,000;

2) Multifamily Property - $2,300.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB)

EWEB offers rebates to residential and commercial customers for the installation of EV charging stations. Residential customers may receive a rebate of up to $500 for a Level 2 EV charging station. Commercial customers may receive rebates of up to $1,500 for public Level 2 EV charging stations and up to $15,000 for public direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Eligible commercial customers include businesses, workplaces, fleets, and multifamily dwellings. Multifamily dwellings at affordable housing sites are eligible for a rebate of up to $2,000 per Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Installation Rebate - Central Lincoln

Central Lincoln offers residential and commercial customers a rebate of $250 to purchase a Level 2 EV charging station. Eligible EV charging stations must be purchased on or after July 1, 2018. 

  • Fleet Electrification Support – Portland General Electric (PGE)

The PGE Fleet Partner Program offers commercial customers a fleet analysis, recommendations for electrification infrastructure, and a custom incentive and turnkey design for electric vehicle supply equipment siting and installation. 

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Portland General Electric (PGE)

PGE offers residential customers a rebate of $500 for the purchase of a Level 2 EV charging station. Customers that earn up to 80% median income for their household size are eligible for a rebate of $1,000. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grant – Consumers Power Inc. (CPI)

CPI offers commercial customers a grant for 50% of the cost of a Level 2 EV charging station, up to $5,000 per unit, and 50% for direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations, up to $20,00 per site. Customers may receive up to $10,000 per year for Level 2 EV charging stations and up to $20,000 per year for DCFC stations.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Consumers Power Inc. (CPI)

CPI offers customers a $200 rebate for qualifying EV charging stations installed after April 1, 2020.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Pacific Power

Pacific Power offers rebates to residential and commercial customers to purchase and install Level 2 EV charging stations. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Residential chargers - $500 for a maximum of 1 port;

2) Multi-family dwelling chargers - $3,000 for a maximum of 12 ports;

3) Business chargers - $1,000 for a maximum of 6 ports.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Oregon utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

39) Pennsylvania

State Incentives:

  • Pennsylvania's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Infrastructure Grants

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection offers competitive grants for the acquisition, installation, operation, and maintenance of publicly available direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations and hydrogen fueling infrastructure. Grant reimbursements are awarded after project completion in the following amounts:

1) DCFC Stations - up to 60% reimbursement and a maximum award of $250,000;

2) DCFC Stations Corridor Expansion Projects - up to 65% reimbursement and a maximum award of $250,000.

Eligible project locations are transportation corridors, destination locations, and locations that serve as community charging or fueling hubs.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) offers rebates for the acquisition, installation, operation, and maintenance of Level 2 EV charging stations. Eligible projects must be on publicly accessible government-owned or non-government-owned property, at workplaces, or at multi-unit dwellings that are not publicly accessible. Rebates are awarded in the following amounts:

1) Public Access chargers for Government Owned Properties - $4,000 per port or up to 80% of total project costs;

2) Public Access chargers for Non-Government Properties - $4,000 per port or up to 70% of total project costs;

3)Multi-Unit Dwelling chargers - $3,500 per port or up to 50% of total project costs;

4) Other Eligible Projects - $3,000 per port or up to 50% of total project costs.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Workplace Electric Vehicle (EV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate – Duquesne Light Company (DLC)

DLC offers a TOU rate to small and medium-sized businesses with an EV charging station. Eligible businesses may not exceed a monthly metered demand of 200 megawatts. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Rebate - PECO

PECO offers commercial customers a rebate for purchasing and installing Level 2 EV charging stations. Rebate awards are $500 per port, up to $1,500, and available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Pennsylvania utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

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40) Rhode Island

State Incentives: 

  • Rhode Island's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive – Rhode Island Energy

Rhode Island Energy offers commercial customers rebates of up to 100% of installation costs for select Level 2 or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations at workplaces, businesses, multi-unit dwellings, universities, and medical campuses. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Rhode Island utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

41) South Carolina

State Incentives:

  • South Carolina's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Duke Energy

Duke Energy offers a $500 rebate and monthly credit of $13.87 to residential customers that install a Level 2 EV charging station and agree to charge their EV during off-peak hours. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive – Duke Energy

Duke Energy offers to install and maintain direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations across Duke Energy’s service territory at no cost to site hosts until 2026. DCFC stations will be installed at a maximum of 30 locations, and site host applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. Eligible sites must be located within one mile of a major interstate or highway, and DCFC must be publicly accessible. Additional terms and conditions apply. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Santee Cooper

Santee Cooper offers residential customers a rebate of up to $500 to purchase a qualified Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

South Carolina utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

42) South Dakota

State Incentives:

  • South Dakota's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

South Dakota utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

43) Tennessee 

State Incentives:

  • Tennessee's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Vehicle Emissions Reduction and Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Project Funding

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) provides funding for light-duty EV charging stations. Private, public, and non-profit organizations, including state, local, and tribal governments, are eligible for funding.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation and TVA will establish and fund a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations every 50 miles along Tennessee’s interstates and major highways through the Fast Charge TN Network Program (Program). The Program offers funding for public DCFC stations along EV corridor gaps, up to $150,000 per DCFC station. Eligible applicants include TVA Local Power Companies, and eligible projects must include a minimum of two DCFC ports per location. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Knoxville Utility Board (KUB)

KUB offers residential customers a rebate of up to $400 for purchasing and installing a Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Tennessee utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

44) Texas

State Incentives: 

  • Texas' National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rate Incentives - CPS Energy

CPS Energy offers a $250 bill credit to residential customers who own a Level 2 EV charging station and allows CPS Energy to make remote adjustments to their EV charging station when electricity demand is high.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO)

SWEPCO offers residential customers a $250 rebate for the installation of an ENERGY STAR-certified Level 2 EV charging station. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  • Electric Equipment and Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive - Entergy

Qualified Entergy customers are eligible to receive varying incentives for purchasing select on- and off-road electric vehicles and Level 2 EV charging stations. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive - Austin Energy

Austin Energy offers residential customers who own an electric vehicle a rebate of 50% of the cost to purchase and install a qualified Level 2 EV charging station, up to $1,200. 

  • Commercial Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Austin Energy

Austin Energy offers commercial customers a rebate for 50% of the cost to install qualified EV charging stations at workplaces and multi-unit dwellings (MUD). Applicants that install Level 1 and Level 2 EV charging stations may receive up to $4,000, and applicants that install direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations may receive up to $10,000. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – United Cooperative Services (UCS)

UCS offers residential customers a rebate of 50% of the cost of installing a Level 2 EV charging station, up to $500. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Texas utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

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45) Utah

State Incentives:

  • Utah's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality offers rebates for up to 50% of the installation cost of Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Utah-based businesses and non-profit organizations are eligible for a maximum rebate of $75,000 each. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Rocky Mountain Power

Rocky Mountain Power provides rebates to non-residential and multi-family customers toward purchasing Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. Customers installing Level 2 EV charging stations may receive a rebate of 75% of equipment cost, up to $1,000 for single port stations and $1,500 for multi-port stations. Customers installing DCFC stations may receive a rebate of 75% of equipment and installation costs, up to $30,000 for single-port stations and $42,000 for multi-port stations.

  • Non-Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Make-Ready Grant – Rocky Mountain Power

Rocky Mountain Power offers custom grants to non-residential customers to cover the upfront costs of make-ready EV charging station projects.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Rocky Mountain Power

Rocky Mountain Power offers residential customers a rebate of up to $200 for purchasing and installing a Level 2 EV charging station. Customers may receive one Level 2 rebate per electric vehicle owned.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Utah utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) charging stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

46)Vermont

State Incentives:

  • Vermont's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Vermont Agency of Transportation (AOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Incentive

The Vermont State Infrastructure Bank (SIB) offers loan assistance to municipalities, regional development corporations, political subdivisions of the state, and private companies working for the state to finance public electric vehicle charging and natural gas fueling stations. 1% fixed loans up to $100,000 are available to municipalities, non-profits, and private sector borrowers.

  • Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Grant

Funding is available to expand access to EV charging stations at multi-unit dwellings. Eligible applicants include governments, businesses, non-profits, homeowner associations, electric utilities, and EV charging equipment providers. Funding may be used for planning, permitting, purchase, installation, and other one-time costs associated with installing EV charging stations. 

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Time-Of-Use (TOU) Rate and EV Charging Rebate - BED

Burlington Electric Department (BED) offers a TOU rate to residential customers who own an EV. To qualify, customers must install a Wi-Fi-enabled EV charging station. BED also offers a rebate of up to $900 for the purchase and installation of qualifying Wifi enabled EV charging stations for customers that have enrolled in BED’s Residential EV Rate. Eligible applicants must have purchased an EV charging station within 60 days of the acquisition of the EV.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive - Green Mountain Power (GMP)

GMP residential customers are eligible for a free Level 2 EV charging station when they purchase a new or pre-owned plug-in electric vehicle.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Credits - Vermont Electric Co-op (VEC)

VEC offers a bill credit of $500 per connector, up to $1,000, to VEC member businesses and public entities that install Level 2 EV charging stations or direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations after July 2, 2017. To qualify, the EV charging stations must be available for public use.

VEC also offers residential customers a $250 bill credit for purchasing a Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Incentive - Vermont Public Power Supply Authority (VPPSA)

VPPSA offers member customers a $500 rebate for the purchase of a Level 2 EV charging station. To qualify, the EV charging station must be installed for workplace or public use. 

 

47) Virginia

State Incentives:

  • Virginia's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates - Dominion Energy

Dominion Energy offers rebates to multi-family, workplace, and transit customers for the purchase and make-ready costs of Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations. The total number of rebates and funding available are as follows:

1) Multi-Family Level 2 chargers - $4,000 for dual-port charging stations and $11,000 for make-ready chargers;

2) Workplace Level 2 chargers - $2,700 for dual-port charging stations and $11,000 for make-ready chargers;

3) Transit DCFC chargers - $53,000 for dual-port charging stations and $73,000 for make-ready chargers;

4) All Commercial Customers DCFC chargers - $35,000 for dual-port charging stations and $73,000 for make-ready chargers.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Residential Rebate – Dominion Energy

Dominion Energy offers residential customers a rebate of $125 for the purchase of a new Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Danville Utilities

Danville Utilities offers residential customers a $200 rebate for the purchase and installation of a Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Virginia utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

48) Washington

State Incentives:

  • Washington's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

  • Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) offers competitive grants to strengthen and expand the West Coast Electric Highway network by deploying Level 2 and direct current fast charging (DCFC) electric vehicle (EV) chargers and hydrogen fueling infrastructure along highway corridors in Washington. Eligible project costs include siting, equipment purchases, electrical upgrades, installation, operations, and maintenance.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Infrastructure and Battery Tax Credit

Public lands used for installing, maintaining, and operating EV chargers are exempt from leasehold excise taxes. Additionally, the state sales and use taxes do not apply to EV and FCEV batteries or fuel cells; labor and services for installing, repairing, altering, or improving EV and FCEV batteries fuel cells, or EV and FCEV infrastructure; the sale of property used for EV and hydrogen fueling infrastructure; and the sale of zero-emission buses. 

  • Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Carshare Grant

The Zero-emissions Access Program (ZAP), administered by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), offers grants to non-profit organizations and local governments to design and create a ZEV carshare program in underserved and low-to moderate-income communities. Grant awards may range from $50,000 to $200,000. Eligible projects include:

  • Contract, lease, or purchase of ZEV;
  • Construction or installation of correlated charging station or refueling infrastructure; and,
  • Operational costs to develop, implement, and manage a car share program.

Applicants must provide matching funds as direct contributions or gifts-in-kind for at least 10% of the project's total cost. 

  • Utility Electrification Plans and Return on Investment Authorization

Utilities are authorized to submit transportation electrification plans that deploy electric vehicle (EV) charging stations or programs and incentives that support transportation electrification. Additionally, utilities may petition the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) for a rate of return on EV charging stations installed for the benefit of ratepayers through December 31, 2030. The UTC may approve an additional 2% to the standard rate of return if the utility installs EV charging stations on a fully regulated basis similar to other capital investments behind a customer’s meter, and the expenditures do not increase ratepayer costs more than 0.25%.

  • Green Transportation Grant Program

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) offers grants for the construction of charging and fueling infrastructure projects. To be eligible, a transit authority must provide matching funding of at least 20% of the project's total cost.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Tacoma Public Utility (TPU)

TPU offers residential customers a $400 rebate, in the form of bill credit, for the installation of a Level 2 EV charging station, a smart splitter, or a 240-volt outlet. Applicants may receive one rebate per installation, up to $600 total. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebates – Tacoma Public Utility (TPU)

TPU offers rebates for the installation of Level 2 EV charging stations at multifamily dwellings and businesses located in the City of Tacoma. Rebate amounts for the first two EV charging station ports are available in the following amounts:

1) Business - 60% of project costs, up to $12,000; 

2) Multifamily Dwelling - 80% of project costs, up to $16,000.

A rebate of up to $2,000 is available for every additional EV charging station port installed. To increase grid reliability, applicants may also receive a rebate for 100% of utility infrastructure upgrade costs, up to $25,000. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Clark Public Utilities (CPU)

CPU offers customers rebates for the purchase and installation of Level 2 EV charging stations. Rebates are available in the following amounts:

1) Residential Non-ENERGY STAR certified chargers without Wi-Fi connection - $100;

2) Residential chargers with Mobile connection for 240V outlets - $100;

3) Residential, Commercial, and Industrial ENERGY STAR certified chargers c with Wi-Fi connection - $500.

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Snohomish Public Utility District

Snohomish Public Utility District offers residential customers a $500 rebate for the purchase and installation of qualified Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Washington utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) charging stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

49) West Virginia

State Incentives:

  • West Virginia's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the West Virginia Department of Transportation (WVDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Residential Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate - Appalachian Power

Appalachian Power offers residential customers a rebate of up to $500 for the purchase and installation of an ENERGY STAR-certified Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

West Virginia utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

 

50) Wisconsin

State Incentives:

  • Wisconsin's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance.

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Leasing Program – Madison Gas and Electric (MGE)

MGE residential customers can pay $20 per month for installing and maintaining a Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Barron Electric Cooperative (BEC)

BEC offers residential customers rebates for the full cost of a Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Alliant Energy

Alliant Energy offers residential customers a $750 rebate to purchase and install a Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Clark Electric Cooperative (CEC)

CEC offers customers a $400 rebate to purchase and install a new Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – East Central Energy (ECE)

ECE offers residential customers a $750 rebate to install a Level 2 EV charging station on a time-of-use or off-peak storage electricity rate.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Price Electric Cooperative

Price Electric Cooperative offers residential customers a $500 rebate to customers who purchase and install a Level 2 EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Riverland Energy Cooperative (REC)

REC offers residential customers a $400 rebate to purchase and install a Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Station Rebate – Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services (PPCS)

PPCS offers residential customers a $400 rebate to purchase and install a Level 2 EV charging station.

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) and EV Charging Station Grant Program

RENEW Wisconsin’s EVs for Good initiative offers grants to non-profit organizations interested in purchasing an EV and $500 for installing a Level 2 or higher EV charging station. 

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Wisconsin utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States. 

 

51) Wyoming

State Incentives:

  • Wyoming's National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Planning

The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) NEVI Formula Program requires the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan (Plan) describing how the state intends to distribute NEVI funds. Plans must be established according to NEVI guidance

 

Utility & Private Incentives:

  • Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure Support

Wyoming utilities joined the National Electric Highway Coalition (NEHC), committing to create a network of direct current fast charging (DCFC) stations connecting major highway systems from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific of the United States.

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