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Rebates and Tax Credits, by State

There are many rebates and tax incentives for purchasing and installing Level 3 charging stations. These vary by area, so check with your local utility company to see if there are incentives to take advantage of in your area, including a time-of-use rate.

Below are EVSE tax credits and rebates, by state. If you learn of any active EVSE rebates or tax credits that are not listed, please email details to ben@edgeenergyev.com and we will add them.

FEDERAL TAX CREDIT FOR EVSE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION EXTENDED!

Congress recently passed a retroactive (now includes 2018, 2019, 2020, and through 2021) federal tax credit for those who purchase(d) EV charging infrastructure. Receive a federal tax credit of 30% of the cost of purchasing and installing an EV charging station. 

Please Note: We try to maintain this page regularly, but another resource that may be helpful in finding additional Federal and State EVSE incentives is the U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center.

 

Alabama

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grant Program

State EV Charging Incentive

The Alabama Department of Transportation will administer the Electric Transportation Infrastructure to distribute grants for EVSE across the state. For details, visit The Alabama Legislature website.

 

Arizona

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Tucson Electric Power (TEP)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

TEP offers a rebate to residential customers that covers up to 75% of the cost of EVSE installation. The maximum rebate awards are $500 for a two-way charger and $250 for a one-way charger. For more details, and how to apply, visit the TEP Electric Vehicles website.

Commercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Tucson Electric Power (TEP)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

TEP offers technical support and rebates of up to $24,000 per port to commercial businesses, multi-family complexes, and non-profit customers that purchase and install between two to five EVSE ports. Higher rebates are available for commercial customers located in lower-income areas. Low-income areas are defined as U.S. Census tracts where the average household income does not exceed 80% of the median Arizona household income. Customers must use the Smart Electric Vehicle Charging Program Portal to reserve funding. For more details, including project eligibility and how to apply, please see the TEP Smart Electric Vehicle Charging Program website.

 

California

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Loan and Rebate Program

State EV Charging Incentive

 The Electric Vehicle Charging Station Financing Program provides loans for the design, development, purchase, and installation of EVSE at small business locations in California. The Program may provide up to 100% coverage to lenders on certain loan defaults. Lenders must apply to the California Pollution Control Financing Authority (CPCFA) to participate and enroll each qualified EVSE loan through CalCAP. Upon approval, CPCFA will pay a premium into the lender’s loan loss reserve account for up to 20% of the loan amount and contribute an additional 10% for installations in multi-unit dwellings and disadvantaged communities. Small businesses are eligible for a rebate of 50% of the loan loss reserve amount after the small business repays the loan in full or meets monthly payment deadlines over a 48-month period. Eligible borrowers must be small businesses with 1,000 or fewer employees and must maintain legal control of the EVSE for the entire loan period. The maximum loan amount is $500,000 per qualified small business and can be insured for up to four years. The California Energy Commission funds the Program. For details, see the Electric Vehicle Charging Station Financing Program.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Pilot Programs

State EV Charging Incentive

The California Public Utilities Commission (PUC) may provide funding for pilot utility programs to install EVSE at school facilities, other educational institutions, and state parks or beaches. Priority must be given to locations in disadvantaged communities, as defined by the California Environmental Protection Agency. For details, see the PUC project guidance and the PUC Zero-Emission Vehicles website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate

State EV Charging Incentive

The California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), funded by the California Energy Commission, provides guidance and funding for local governments and organizations to develop and implement EVSE incentive programs that help meet regional needs for Level 2 and DC fast chargers. CALeVIP evaluates proposed EVSE incentive programs and solicits input from stakeholders to guide the development and implementation of the programs. CALeVIP also provides the incentive funding for each program. For more, go to the CALeVIP website for details on how to apply to your specific to your region.

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

State EV Charging Incentive

The District is currently accepting applications for its Charge Up! Program. This program provides funding for public agencies and businesses in the Valley (Fresno, Kern and San Joaquin Counties) to install electric vehicle (EV) chargers for public access (up to $5000 per unit / $50,000 annually per applicant). These chargers will support existing EV owners and encourage the growth of clean technology in the Valley. For more information, please review the program guidelines.

EVSE Rebate – Anaheim Public Utilities

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Anaheim Public Utilities (APU) offers rebates to commercial, industrial, and municipal customers of up to $10,000 to purchase or install direct current (DC) fast chargers. Rebates are limited to a maximum of four EVAW per customer per year. For details, visit the Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charger Rebate Program website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – LADWP

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) provides rebates to commercial and residential customers toward the purchase of Level 2 or direct current (DC) fast EVSE. Commercial customers may also receive up to $75,000 per DC fast EVSE, and up to $125,000 per DC fast EVSE for medium- and heavy-duty vehicle use. Rebates do not cover the cost of installation. Eligible customers may qualify for up to 40 rebate awards depending on the number of parking spaces at the installation site. EVSE must be installed within the LADWP service area. For more information, visit Charge Up LA! website.

Residential and Commercial EVSE Rebate Incentive – Pasadena Water and Power (PWP)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

PWP provides rebates of $3,000 per port for commercial, workplace, multi-unit dwelling (MUD), and fleet customers for the installation of networked Level 2 EVSE, or rebates of $1,500 per port for non-networked Level 2 EVSE. PWP also provides rebates of $6,000 for the installation of direct-current (DC) fast EVSE or Level 2 EVSE installed at select sites. For more details and how to apply, visit the PWP Commercial Electric Vehicle and Charger Incentive Program website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentives for Commercial Customers - PG&E

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Pacific Gas & Electric’s (PG&E) EV Fast Charge Program offers competitive incentives to facilitate the installation of direct current (DC) fast EVSE. PG&E will cover the cost to make-ready a site for DC fast charging. To qualify, sites must receive electric service from PG&E and the DC fast EVSE must be available to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Sites located in disadvantaged communities may receive a rebate for the purchase of the EVSE. Additional terms and conditions apply. For details, see the PG&E EV Fast Charge Program website.

EVSE Incentive – Sac Metro Air District

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

The Sac Metro Air District is able to fund alternative fueling and charging infrastructure via the Community Air Protection Incentive Program. Infrastructure incentives are for natural gas and hydrogen fueling stations and battery electric vehicle charging stations. For details, see the Infrastructure Incentives.

EVSE/Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Grant – Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (SBCAPCD)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (SBCAPCD) offers grants for the installation of alternative fuel infrastructure located in Santa Barbara County. The maximum grant is $150,000 per project or 80% of the eligible cost. Eligible projects include electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). For more information, and how to apply, visit the SBCAPCD website.

EVSE Incentive – Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) is offering incentives of $10,000 per charger on top of state incentives for electric vehicle fast chargers. The goal of this program is to accelerate electric vehicle (EV) adoption by residents of multi-unit dwelling (MUD) developments in SVCE territory. For more information, visit the Silicon Valley Clean Energy website.

EVSE Incentive – Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (AVQMD)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

The Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (AVQMD) offers up to 80% reimbursement on the equipment and installation of EV charging stations. This opportunity is available for but not limited to LEED certified buildings, retail centers, centers of worship, hospitals and public transit areas (bus depots, train stations, park & rides). For more information, visit the Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District website.

 

EVSE Incentive – Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District’s Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program (MDAQMD)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

The Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District’s Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program (MDAQMD) offers District Board approved projects up to 80% of the total costs of infrastructure, charging equipment and installation. The maximum funding amount is determined by meeting general criteria. For more information, you can view the Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program page.

 

EVSE Incentive – San Luis Obispo Air Pollution Control District’s Alt Fuel and Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Program

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

 

The San Luis Obispo Air Pollution Control District (SLO County APCD) offers funding up to 60% of eligible costs of the infrastructure and installation, subject to the program’s maximum awards. For more information, and how to apply, visit the SLO County APCD website.

 

EVSE Incentive – Southern California Edison’s Charge Ready Transport (CRT) Program

 

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Southern California Edison (SCE) offers low to no-cost electric system upgrades to support EVSE for qualifying vehicles. This program enables fleet operators to acquire electric vehicles and provides support and reduces costs associated with installing the necessary charging equipment. For more information, see SCE’s Charge Ready Transport Program.

 

 

Colorado

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants

State EV Charging Incentive

The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) and Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) provide grants through the Charge Ahead Colorado program to support PEV and EVSE adoption by individual drivers and fleets. Both CEO and RAQC grants will fund 80% of the cost of EVSE, up to $30,000 for a direct current (DC) fast charging EVSE, and up to $50,000 for a charging station capable of 100kW or higher charging. Eligible DC fast EVSE must have both CHAdeMO and SAE CCS J1772 connectors and be capable of providing at least 50kW to one vehicle. For more information, including application deadlines, see the Charge Ahead Colorado Grant Application website.

Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Infrastructure Grant Program

State EV Charging Incentive

The Colorado Energy Office (CEO), the Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC), and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), have partnered to provide grants through the ALT Fuels Colorado program for new, publicly accessible compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling equipment; co-located electric vehicle charging and propane station equipment at funded CNG stations; and CNG, propane, and electric vehicles. CEO will administer the station grants to advance infrastructure development along major state-wide transportation corridors. RAQC will administer the vehicle grants for fleets operating within counties with air quality nonattainment and maintenance areas. For more information, including application deadlines and annual award amounts, visit the Charge Ahead Colorado and Clean Air Fleets websites.

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Black Hills Energy

Private/Utility EV Charging Incentive

Black Hills Energy offers non-residential customers rebates for the purchase and installation of Level 2 and publicly available direct current fast charging (DCFC) EVSE up to $35,000 per EVSE. For more information, please visit Black Hills Energy’s Ready EV page.

 

Connecticut

State EV Charging Incentive

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants: The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) provides funding to municipalities, state agencies, and private businesses for the cost and installation of eligible EVSE. Funding is available for 50% of project costs (up to $2,000 per unit and $4,000 per site) to 100% of project costs (up to $10,000 per site). For more information, visit the Connecticut Government website.

State EV Charging Incentive

Loans for Residential Charging or Natural Gas Fueling Infrastructure:
The Connecticut Green Bank offers Smart-E low-interest loans for Connecticut PEV drivers to purchase Level 2 and DC fast electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). To qualify, applicants must own and occupy the residence at which the EVSE will be installed. For more details, visit the Connecticut Green Bank Smart-E Loan website.

 

District of Columbia

Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit

State EV Charging Incentive

Businesses and individuals are eligible for a tax credit for 50% of the equipment and labor costs for the purchase and installation of alternative fuel infrastructure on qualified AFV fueling property. The maximum credit is $10,000 per publicly accessible AFV fueling station. This incentive expires December 31, 2026. For more information on state incentives, see the Alternative Fuels Data Center for D.C.

 

Florida

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Financing

State EV Charging Incentive

Property owners may apply to their local government for funding to help finance EVSE installations on their property. For additional information, property owners should contact their local government.

EVSE Rebate – Sarasota County

State EV Charging Incentive

The ChargeUP! Sarasota County program offers rebates to businesses, non-profits, and local governments within Sarasota County for the installation of qualified Level 2 or DC fast charging EVSE. Businesses are eligible for a rebate of 25% of the cost of EVSE purchase and installation, up to $2,000, and non-profits or government organizations are eligible for a rebate of 50% of the cost of EVSE purchase and installation, up to $4,000. For more information and rebate request forms, see the ChargeUP! Sarasota website.

Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) – Commercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) provides rebates of $200 to install Level 2 and DC Fast charging stations for business and multi-family residential customers. See the OUC Electric Vehicles website for more information.

EVSE Pilot Program – Duke Energy

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Duke Energy offers free Level 2 and DC fast EVSE, installation, warranty and network connection services to its customers through the Park & Plug pilot program. Eligible entities include multi-unit dwellings, workplaces, businesses, and areas along high-traffic corridors. Site hosts are responsible for electricity costs and must agree to participate in the pilot program through December 2022. Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, visit the Park & Plug website.

Georgia

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Tax Credit

State EV Charging Incentive

An eligible business enterprise may claim an income tax credit for the purchase and installation of qualified EVSE. The EVSE must be located in Georgia and accessible to the public. The tax credit is for 10% of the cost of the EVSE, up to $2,500. For more information, see the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Clean Vehicle Tax Credits website.

Hawaii

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Hawaii Energy

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Hawaii Energy administers the Electric Vehicle Charging Station rebate program on behalf of the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission (PUC) which offers a rebate for the new installation or upgrade of a Level 2 EVSE or direct-current fast charging (DCFC) EVSE. For DC fast EVSE, rebates are offered up to $35,000 for new installations, or up to $28,000 for a station retrofit. For more information, including program eligibility and requirements, visit the Hawaii Energy Electric Vehicle Charging Station website.

 

Idaho

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Funding

State EV Charging Incentive

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is accepting applications for funding of DC fast charging EVSE in strategic locations within Idaho. EVSE along specific highway corridors will be prioritized, as will stations within 0.5 miles of a major highway with 24-hour public access.

The program is funded by Idaho’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. For more information, including how to apply, see the IDEQ VWSettlement website.

Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities (YTCC) Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

YTCC offers a rebate of $5,000 toward the purchase of publicly accessible EVSE. Eligible entities include businesses and municipalities in the communities surrounding Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. Visit the YTCC Vehicle and Infrastructure Rebates website for more information.

 

Illinois

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Naperville Electric Utility

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Naperville Electric Utility is offering eligible customers a $500 rebate for a Level 2 or Level 3 electric vehicle charging station installed for public use. For more information visit the Naperville Illinois website.

 

Louisiana

Vehicle Emissions Reduction and Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Project Funding

State EV Charging Incentive

The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) Volkswagen Eligible Mitigation Action Project program provides up to 80% of the cost of new diesel or alternative fuel replacements and repowers for eligible government entities. For eligible non-government entities, the Program provides up to 40% of the cost of a new diesel or alternative fuel repower, up to 25% of the cost of a new diesel or alternative fuel vehicle, and up to 75% of the cost of an all-electric repower or replacement, with associated charging infrastructure.

Eligible government and non-government entities may also receive funding for the all-electric repower or replacement of airport ground support equipment, forklifts, and port cargo handling equipment, as well as for the purchase, installation, and maintenance of light-duty EVSE. The program is funded by Louisiana’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. For more information visit the DEQ Louisiana Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive – Entergy

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

The eTech program offers incentives to eligible Entergy customers in Louisiana who purchase Residential or Commercial Level 2 or DC Fast Charging EVSE. For more information, see the Entergy eTech website.

 

Maryland

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Program

State EV Charging Incentive

The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) offers a rebate to individuals, businesses, or state or local government entities of acquiring and installing qualified EVSE. The rebate may cover 40% of the costs of acquiring and installing qualified EVSE up to $4,000. For more information, visit the Maryland Energy Administration EVSE Rebate Program page.

Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Grants

State EV Charging Incentive

The Clean Fuels Incentive Program (CFIP), administered by the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), provides grants to construct publicly accessible alternative fueling infrastructure. Grant award amounts are based on alternative fuel type and may cover up to 50% of project costs. The maximum grant for Direct Current (DC) fast charging stations is $55,000 per station. Only businesses are eligible to apply. For more information, see the MEA’s CFIP Program website.

 

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Multifamily Rebate – Potomac Edison

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Potomac Edison offers multifamily property owners a rebate up to $5,000 for the purchase and installation of qualified Level 2 or Direct Current (DC) fast chargers on their property through the EV Driven Program. For more details, see the EV Driven website.

 

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - BGE

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) provides rebates to residential and multifamily customers toward the purchase of qualified Level 2 and direct current (DC) fast charging stations. BGE offers customers that own or operate multifamily properties a rebate of 50% of the purchase and installation cost of an eligible Level 2 EVSE, up to $5,000 per port, and 50% of the purchase and installation cost of eligible DC fast EVSE, up to $15,000 per port. Multifamily rebate awards may not exceed $25,000 per site. For more details, see the BGE EVsmart website.

 

Massachusetts

Alternative Fuel Vehicle and Infrastructure Grants

State EV Charging Incentive

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources’ Clean Vehicle Project provides grant funding for public and private fleets to purchase alternative fuel vehicles and infrastructure. For more information, visit the State and Federal Electric Vehicle Funding Programs website.

Direct Current (DC) Fast Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants

State EV Charging Incentive

The DC Fast Charging Program provides grants to non-residential entities of up to 80% of the cost of DC fast EVSE 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 EVSE at public locations must be available to the public 24 hours per day. This program is part of the Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP) and is funded by Massachusetts’ portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. For details, visit the Apply for MassEVIP DC Fast Charging Incentives website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Installation Incentive

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive – Eversource

Eversource’s EV Make Ready program provides installation and funding support for non-residential customers to install approved Level 2 or Direct Current (DC) fast EVSE at businesses, multi-unit dwellings, workplaces, and fleet facilities. For details visit the Eversource Charging Stations website.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Incentive

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive – Braintree Electric Light Department (BELD)

BELD’s Smart Charging Program offers a bill credit of $8 per month to eligible customers that charge their PEVs between specific hours of 9pm and 12pm on weekdays or at any time during the weekend. For details visit BELD Charging Incentives website.

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program – National Grid

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive – 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 (DC) fast EVSE at businesses, multi-unit dwellings, and workplaces. The program is targeting 1,200 Level 2 ports and 80 Direct Current (DC) fast charging stations. For details, see the EV Charging Station program website.

Michigan

Charge Up Michigan Placement Project

State EV Charging Incentive

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (MGLE) provides funding for public or private organization for the installation of direct current (DC) fast chargers, site preparation, and networking fees and signage. Applicant must be enrolled in a utility electric vehicle (EV) program. 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. For details, see the EV Charger Funding Opportunities website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Consumers Energy

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentives

The Consumers Energy PowerMIDrive program offers rebates to residential and commercial customers who install Level 2 or direct current (DC) fast EVSE. Residential customers are eligible for a $500 rebate to install a qualified Level 2 EVSE. Commercial customers installing qualified, publicly accessible EVSE are eligible for rebates up to $5,000 per Level 2 EVSE and up to $70,000 per DC fast EVSE installed. For details, see the PowerMIDrive website.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate – DTE Energy 

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

DTE Energy offers incentives for businesses and commercial customers to deploy EVSE. DTE offers $20,000 for direct current (DC) fast charging stations (minimum 2 per site). For details, visit the The DTE Charging Forward Program website.

 
 

Missouri

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentives – Ameren Missouri

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentives

Ameren Missouri’s Charge Ahead program offers competitive incentives to non-residential customers for the installation of Level 2 EVSE or direct current (DC) fast EVSE at qualifying workplaces, multi-unit dwellings (MUDs), and public areas. Sites must be located in Ameren Missouri’s service territory and require no electrical upgrades. The maximum incentive amount per site is $70,000, or up to 50% of total project costs, whichever is less. For details, including funding availability, see the Ameren Missouri Electric Vehicles Website.

 

Nebraska

Alternative Fuel Vehicle and Fueling Infrastructure Loans

State EV Charging Incentive

The Nebraska Energy Office administers the Dollar and Energy Saving Loan Program, which provides low-cost loans for a variety of alternative fuel projects including the construction or purchase of a fueling station or equipment. The maximum loan amount is $500,000 per borrower, and the interest rate is 5% or less. For details, see the Dollar and Energy Saving Loans website.

 

Nevada

Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Infrastructure Grants

State EV Charging Incentive

The Nevada Office of Energy will establish the Nevada Clean Energy Fund to fund qualified clean energy projects, including any program, technology, product, or service that supports the deployment of AFVs and related infrastructure. Technologies that involve the combustion of fossil fuels are not eligible for funding. (Reference Senate Bill 407, 2017)

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive – Nevada (NV) Energy

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Nevada Energy (NV Energy) provides rebates for the purchase and installation of Level 2 EVSE and DC fast charging stations. Eligible projects include charging for fleet, workplace, and multi-unit dwellings. DC fast charger rebates cover 50% of project costs, up to $400 per kilowatt or $40,000 per station, whichever is less. 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. For details visit the NV Energy Fleet Charging Station Incentives website.

New Hampshire

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

NHEC offers rebates for residential and commercial customers to purchase and install EVSE. Customers may receive a rebate of 50% of the installed cost, up to $2,500 or a maximum of $5,000 for two chargers per property. EVSE must be installed within the NHEC service territory. For details, see the NHEC Drive Electric website.

 

New Jersey

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Universal Charging Infrastructure Program 

Private/Utility EV Charging Incentive

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approved a settlement for PSE&G’s proposed electric vehicle charging infrastructure program. These funds will help PSE&G to develop EVSE charging infrastructure throughout the state of New Jersey. PSE&G’s EV investments will support the infrastructure for about 40,000 EV chargers across New Jersey. For details, visit psegpoweringprogress.com

 

New York

Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit

State EV Charging Incentive

An income tax credit is available for 50% of the cost of alternative fueling infrastructure, up to $5,000. Qualifying infrastructure includes electric vehicle supply equipment and equipment to dispense fuel that is 85% or more natural gas, propane, or hydrogen. The credit expires on December 31, 2022. For additional information, please visit the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance page.

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program – New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG) EV Charger Make-Ready Program offers business and municipal customers installation and funding support to install approved DC fast charging EVSE. For more information, visit the NYSEG EV Charger Make-Ready Program website.

 

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program – Rochester Gas and Electric (RG&E)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

RG&E’s Make Ready Program offers business and municipal customers with installation and funding support to install approved DC fast charging EVSE. For more information, visit the RG&E  EV Charger Make-Ready Program website.

 

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program – National Grid

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

National Grid’s Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program provides non-residential Upstate New York customers with installation and funding support to install approved DC fast charger EVSE at businesses, multi-unit dwellings, and workplaces. Additional funding is available for eligible projects located within disadvantaged communities. For more information, visit the Clean Transportation Programs website.

 

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program – ConEdison

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

ConEdison PowerReady Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Program provides business and municipal customers with installation and funding support for the installation of approved DC fast EVSE. Additional funding is available for eligible projects located within disadvantaged communities. For more information, visit the ConEdison PowerReady EV Charging Infrastructure Program website.

 

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program – Central Hudson

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Central Hudson Gas & Electric DC Fast Charger Make Ready Program provides business and municipal customers with installation and funding support to install approved DC fast EVSE. Additional funding is available for eligible projects located within disadvantaged communities. For more information visit the Central Hudson Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Make-Ready Program website. 

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program – Orange & Rockland Utilities (O&R)
Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

The O&R DC Fast Charger Make Ready Program provides commercial customers with installation and funding support to install approved DC fast EVSE. Additional funding is available for eligible projects located within disadvantaged communities.  For more information, visit the O&R Electric Vehicle Make-Ready Program website.

 

Direct Current (DC) Fast Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive – National Grid

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Owners of DC fast chargers that meet program requirements are eligible for an annual per connector incentive. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service, through 2025. For details, including annual incentive amounts, see the National Grid Clean Transportation Programs website.

Direct Current (DC) Fast Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) – Con Edison

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Owners of DC fast chargers that meet program requirements are eligible for an annual per connector incentive. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service, through 2025. For details, including annual incentive amounts, see the Con Edison Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Per-Plug Incentive website.

Direct Current (DC) Fast Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) – Central Hudson

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Owners of DC fast chargers that meet program requirements are eligible for an annual per connector incentive. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service, through 2025. For details, including annual incentive amounts, see the Central Hudson DC Fast Charging Stations website.

 

Direct Current (DC) Fast Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) – NYSEG

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Owners of DC fast chargers that meet program requirements are eligible for an annual per connector incentive. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service, through 2025. For details, including annual incentive amounts, see the New York State Electric and Gas (NYSEG) DC Fast Charging Incentive Program website.

Direct Current (DC) Fast Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) – Orange & Rockland Utilities
Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Owners of DC fast chargers that meet program requirements are eligible for an annual per connector incentive. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service, through 2025. For details, including annual incentive amounts, see the O&R Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Per-Plug Incentive website.

Direct Current (DC) Fast Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) – RG&E
Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Owners of DC fast chargers that meet program requirements are eligible for an annual per connector incentive. Payments are made annually from the date equipment is placed in service, through 2025. For details, including annual incentive amounts, see the Rochester Gas and Electric (RG&E) DC Fast Charging Incentive Program website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive Program – PSEG Long Island
Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Long island offers customers an incentive to own and operate direct current (DC) fast EVSE. The program is accepting applications until December 31, 2025. For details, see the PSEG Long Island DC Fast Charging website.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging Rate Incentive for Businesses – Con Edison

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Con Edison offers an electric rate reduction ranging from 34% to 39% for businesses in New York City and Westchester County that install a publicly accessible direct current (DC) fast charger. To qualify, the charger must have a power output of at least 100 kilowatts. The rate reduction is available through April 2025. For more information, see the Con Edison Business Incentive Rate website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive Program – PSEG Long Island

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) Long island offers customers an incentive to own and operate direct current (DC) fast EVSE. The program is accepting applications until December 31, 2025. For details, see the PSEG Long Island DC Fast Charging website.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging Rate Incentive for Businesses – Con Edison

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Con Edison offers an electric rate reduction ranging from 34% to 39% for businesses in New York City and Westchester County that install a publicly accessible direct current (DC) fast charger. To qualify, the charger must have a power output of at least 100 kilowatts. The rate reduction is available through April 2025. For more information, see the Con Edison Business Incentive Rate website.

 

Ohio

Commercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive Program – AEP Ohio

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

American Electric Power (AEP) Ohio offers financial incentives for the hardware, network services, and installation of EVSE for up to 75 DC fast-charging stations. Incentives in varying amounts are available to all non-residential customers that have a valid AEP Ohio account. EVSE must be installed at a workplace, government facility, multi-family complex, or other publicly available charging location served by AEO Ohio. For more details, see the AEP Equipment Charging Incentives website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Rebate Program – Westerville Electric Division

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Westerville Electric Division is offering incentives to office workplace, retail, hotel, institutional, industrial and multi-family property owners who install qualified charging stations. A rebate will be provided by the city of up to $4,000 capped at 100% of the eligible project cost for approved dual-port ChargePoint Level 2 and DC Fast Charging stations. The Customer is required to pay for the equipment, installation, maintenance, three (3) year minimum network access, and future incurred monthly electric costs. Each host site is limited to two station rebates, $8,000 maximum in total rebates.

 

Oklahoma

Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit

State EV Charging Incentive

For tax years beginning before December 31, 2027, 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, and electricity. The infrastructure must be new and not previously installed or used to fuel alternative fuel vehicles. The tax credit may be carried forward for up to five years. (Reference Oklahoma Statutes 68-2357.22)

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grant Program

State EV Charging Incentive

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) ChargeOK program offers grants for public EVSE. Eligible projects include direct current (DC) fast chargers located along designated plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) transportation corridors and DC fast chargers or Level 2 EVSE located at destination locations or community charging hubs. DEQ will award competitive grants for up to 80% of eligible project costs. The program is funded by Oklahoma's portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. For more information, visit the DEQ ChargeOK website.

 

Oregon

State Agency EVSE Installation

State EV Charging Incentive

State agencies may install publicly accessible EVSE on their premises or contract with a vendor to do so. The Oregon Department of Administrative Services may install up to 10 EVSE over a two-year period. Other state agencies may install five EVSE every two years. Additional EVSE are allowable if the agency secures a grant for the installation. A state agency may establish and adjust prices for charging, provided that the price does not subsidize the operations of a private entity or the cost of electricity or substantially exceed the costs the agency incurs to make the electricity available.

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants – Pacific Power

Utility/Private Incentive

Pacific Power offers non-residential customers quarterly grants for up to 100% of eligible purchase and installation costs of EVSE. 25% of funds will be earmarked for workplace charging and fleet electrification projects. For details, visit the Pacific Power Electric Vehicle website.

 

Pennsylvania

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Infrastructure Grants

State EV Charging Incentive

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection offers competitive grants for the acquisition, installation, operation, and maintenance of Direct Current (DC) fast charging equipment infrastructure. The DC fast chargers must be installed at public locations, workplaces, or multi-unit dwellings. The maximum per award is $350,000 for DC Fast EVSE, or up to 70% reimbursement. This grant program is funded by Pennsylvania’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. For details, see the Driving Pennsylvania Forward website.

Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Funding

State EV Charging Incentive

The Alternative Fuels Incentive Grant (AFIG) Program provides reimbursement grants for the installation of new or existing alternative fuel infrastructure for fleet, workplace, residential, or public refueling sites. Grants are available for reimbursement of 50% of the cost, up to $600,000, to install electric, hydrogen, propane, and compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure. Eligible applicants include Pennsylvania municipal authorities, political subdivisions, non-profit entities, corporations, and limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in the Commonwealth. For details, see the AFIG Program website.

 

Rhode Island

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) and Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebates

State EV Charging Incentives

The Charge Up! program provides rebates to state and municipal agencies for the purchase and installation of publicly accessible Level 2 or DC fast chargers. Agencies are eligible for up to $60,000 in incentives for EVSE that are installed and operational on or after July 1, 2016. Agencies that install EVSE also qualify for up to $15,000 to support the purchase or lease of a new PEV acquired on or after July 1, 2016, as part of their public sector fleet. For more information, see the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources Charge Up! website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – National Grid

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

National Grid offers commercial customers rebates of up to 100% of installation costs for select Direct Current (DC) Fast EVSE at workplaces, businesses, multi-unit dwellings, universities, and medical campuses. For more information, visit the National Grid Electric Transportation and Charging Programs website.

Direct Current (DC) Fast Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Credits – National Grid

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

National Grid commercial customers operating publicly accessible DC Fast EVSE an electric bill credit to offset the distribution demand charge. Credits are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. For details, see the National Grid Electric Transportation and Charging Programs website.

 

Texas

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) and Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebates

State EV Charging Incentives

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) administers the Emissions Reduction Incentive Grants (ERIG) Program and Rebate Grants Program as part of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP). The ERIG Program provides grants for various types of clean air projects to improve air quality in the state's nonattainment areas and other affected counties. Eligible projects include those that involve replacement, retrofit, repower, or lease or purchase of new heavy-duty vehicles; alternative fuel dispensing infrastructure; idle reduction and electrification infrastructure; and alternative fuel use. For details, including eligibility and the application form, see the TCEQ TERP website. (Reference Texas Statutes Health and Safety Code 386 and Texas Administrative Code 114.620-114.629)

Workplace Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Austin Energy

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Austin Energy offers a rebate for commercial customers to install approved EVSE at workplaces. Austin Energy provides rebates up to $10,000 to workplaces that install a DC fast charger. For additional information, visit the Austin Energy Workplace Charging website.

Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Austin Energy

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Austin Energy offers a rebate for MUDs to install approved EVSE for use by all residents. Austin Energy provides up to $10,000 to MUDs that install a DC fast charger. For additional information, visit the Austin Energy Multifamily Charging website.

 

Utah

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Utah Department of Environmental Quality

State EV Charging Incentive

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality offers rebates for up to 50% the installation cost of Level 2 and DCFC EVSE. Utah-based businesses and non-profit organizations are eligible for a maximum rebate of $75,000 each, and governmental entities are also eligible to apply. For details, visit the Workplace Electric Vehicle Charging Funding Assistance Program website.

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Rocky Mountain Power

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Rocky Mountain Power provides rebates to non-residential and multi-family customers towards the purchase of Level 2 and DC Fast EVSE. Customers installing DC fast charging EVSE may receive a rebate of 75% of equipment and installation cost, up to $30,000 for single port stations and $42,000 for multi-port stations. To receive a rebate, customers installing DC fast charging EVSE must submit an application for utility approval before purchasing and installing equipment.

 

Vermont

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants

State EV Charging Incentive

The Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) provides funding to governments, businesses, non-profit organizations, homeowner associations, electric utilities, and EVSE providers for the cost and installation of eligible EVSE. Applicants will be required to match 20% of all awarded funds. Eligible projects must include a minimum of 11 EVSE locations throughout the state. This grant program is funded by Vermont’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. For information, visit the DHCD EVSE Grant Program website.

Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Incentive

State EV Charging 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 are available to municipalities and 3% fixed loans are available to private sector borrowers. Other terms and conditions may apply. For more information, visit the Vermont Economic Development Authority’s SIB page.

 

Washington

Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Grant Program

State EV Charging Incentive

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) offers competitive grants to strengthen and expand the West Coast Electric Highway network by deploying electric vehicle supply equipment with Level 2 and direct current (DC) fast chargers and hydrogen fueling infrastructure along highway corridors in Washington. Eligible project costs include siting, equipment purchases, electrical upgrades, installation, operations, and maintenance. For more information, see the WSDOT Innovative Partnerships - Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure website. (Reference Revised Code of Washington 47.04.350)

 

Utility Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Return On Investment Incentive

State EV Charging Incentive

Utilities may petition the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC) for a rate of return on EVSE 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 EVSE 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%. EVSE are subject to a depreciation schedule and after the equipment has fully depreciated, the utility may gift the EVSE to the owner of the property. The UTC issued a report (PDF) on the use and impacts of the incentive on December 1, 2017. (Reference Revised Code of Washington 80.28.360)

Non-Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants – Pacific Power

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Pacific Power offers non-residential customers quarterly grants for up to 100% of eligible purchase and installation costs of EVSE. 25% of funds will be earmarked for workplace charging and fleet electrification projects. For more information, see the Pacific Power Electric Vehicle website.

 

Wyoming

 

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities (YTCC)

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

YTCC offers a rebate of $5,000 toward the purchase of publicly accessible EVSE. Eligible entities include businesses and municipalities in the communities surrounding Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. For details, visit the YTCC Vehicle and Infrastructure Rebates website.


 

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