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Funding Opportunities for EV Charging Equipment & Infrastructure

There are numerous incentives being made available to help businesses advance their EV charging capabilities, including funding from the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program. Listed below are grants, tax credits and rebates currently being offered by governments and utilities across the United States. Click on a state in the map to view incentives available for that state.

Source North America will continue to update this summary of EV funding opportunities as new incentives are introduced. For additional information about EV charging, please reference the following resources:

Fuels Institute Electric Vehicle Council Webpage
NACS Electric Vehicle News
PEI Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Alabama
Last updated 9/21/22
Receive up to $500,000 to install direct current fast charging stations along Interstate 22 in Alabama. ADECA also offers grants of up to $250,000 for the installation of Level 2 or DCFC stations along non-interstate corridors. Learn more at https://adeca.alabama.gov/ev/.

Alaska
Last updated 9/21/22
Chugach Electric Association (CEA): CEA offers rebates up to $5,000 per Level 3 station (up to $10,000 per location) and up to $1,000 per EV charging station (up to $2,000 per location). Learn more at https://www.chugachelectric.com/energy-solutions/electric-vehicles.

Arizona
Last updated 9/21/22
Tucson Electric Power: Rebates and technical support are available to businesses, multifamily dwellings, and non-profit customers that purchase and install between two to five EV charging station ports. Rebates for Level 2 charging stations range from $4,500 to $6,000 per port (or 75% to 85% of project cost). Rebates for DC fast chargers are $24,000 per port (up to 75% of project cost). Visit the Smart Electric Vehicle Charging Program website.

Arkansas
Last updated 9/21/22
The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality’s Direct Current Fast Charge Financial Assistance program: Grants for 75% of the total project costs (up to $350,000 per site) are available to public and private entities to install 150-kilowatt DCFC stations along major interstates and transportation corridors. For more information, see ADEQ’s DCFC Financial Assistance Program website.

California
Last updated 9/21/22
Alameda Municipal Power: AMP’s commercial EV charger rebate provides $5,000 for each Level 2 charging station (up to six stations) toward the cost of the charging station(s), the cost of installation (including any necessary electrical upgrades) and the cost of a city permit. An additional $500 per additional port (up to six) can be used toward the cost of the port or additional chargers. Visit https://www.alamedamp.com/349/Electric-Vehicles.

Anaheim Public Utilities: Offers commercial, industrial and municipal customers who install Level 2 (240-volt) or higher plug-in EV chargers at locations accessible to patrons, multifamily dwelling residents, commuters and visitors. Customers will be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses up to $5,000 per charging station for public access locations — or $10,000 for school, affordable housing or publicly accessible DC fast plug-in locations (maximum of 10 charging stations). Visit the utility’s Public Access EV Charger Rebates webpage for more information.

The Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District: Reimburses approved projects between 50%-70% of the total costs of infrastructure, charging equipment and installation at retail centers, multi-unit dwellings, workplaces, hospitals, public transit stations and park and ride. Visit https://avaqmd.ca.gov/electric-vehicle-charging-station-program.

Bay Area Air Quality Management District: The district’s Carl Moyer Program offers funding for battery charging and fueling infrastructure. The district’s Charge! Program offers grant funding to offset the cost of purchasing and installing new publicly accessible chargers for light-duty EVs at workplaces, destinations, transit parking locations, along transportation corridors and at multi-unit dwelling facilities.

Burbank Water and Power: 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. Applications are due six months from the date of purchase. Visit https://www.burbankwaterandpower.com/leadthecharge.

Central Coast Community Energy: Offers a rebate of up to $10,000 for Level 2 EV charging stations installed at workplaces. Visit https://3cenergy.org/electrifyyourride/.

Central Coast Incentive Project: This California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) program promotes access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible EV chargers in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties. Visit https://calevip.org/incentive-project/southern-california-level-2 to see real-time funding availability.

City of Palo Alto Utilities: Offers rebates up to $80,000 for installing shared-use EV chargers at multifamily properties, schools and non-profits. Visit https://www.cityofpaloalto.org/Departments/Utilities/Sustainability/Electric-Vehicle/EV-Chargers-for-Organizations.

Eastern Kern Air Pollution Control District: The district’s DMV Grant Program offers grants for the installation of EV charging stations.

EnergIIZE (Energy Infrastructure Incentives for Zero-Emission) Commercial Vehicles Project: Provides incentives for zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) infrastructure equipment for medium- and heavy-duty (MD/HD) battery electric vehicles operated and domiciled in California. Visit https://www.energiize.org/.

Glendale Water and Power: Offers commercial or multi-unit dwelling customers rebates to commercial and residential customers up to $6,000 toward the purchase and installation of Level 2 EV charging stations. Customers are eligible for up to four rebates. Visit https://www.glendaleca.gov/government/departments/glendale-water-and-power/electric-vehicles.

Liberty Utilities: Offers commercial customers a rebate of $2,500 for the purchase and installation of EV charging stations at their small business. Visit the utility’s EV Charger Rebates webpage for more information.

MCE: Serving Marin, Napa, Solano and Contra Costa counties, MCE offers rebates up to $3,000 per Level 2 port for 2-20 ports ($500 per charging port with Deep Green 100% renewable energy). Visit https://www.mcecleanenergy.org/ev-charging/.

Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District: Reimburses up to 80% of the total costs of infrastructure, charging equipment and installation. Visit https://www.mdaqmd.ca.gov/grants/incentive-programs/ev-charging-incentives.

Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E): PG&E’s EV Fast Charge Program will pay to install infrastructure at qualifying customer sites to support the expansion of publicly available fast charging stations for light-duty vehicles. Through PG&E’s EV Fleet Program, which supports Level 2 and DC fast chargers, PG&E will construct, own and maintain all electrical infrastructure from the transformer to the customer’s meter at qualifying sites. Incentives for schools and state parks are also available. Visit PG&E’s Electric Vehicle Programs and Resources webpage.

Pasadena Water and Power: Offers rebates of $3,000 per port to commercial, workplace, multi-unit dwelling and fleet customers for the installation of smart Level 2 EV charging stations, or rebates of $1,500 per port for non-network Level 2 EV charging stations. Rebates up to $6,000 per charger are available at select sites. Visit https://ww5.cityofpasadena.net/water-and-power/commercialchargerrebate/.

Redding Electric Utility: Offers a commercial electrification rebate program. Apply for rebates on the utility’s Rebate Portal.

Sacramento County Incentive Project: This California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) program promotes access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible EV chargers in Sacramento County. Visit https://calevip.org/incentive-project/sacramento-county-incentive-project to see real-time funding availability.

Sacramento Municipal Utility District: The district’s Commercial EV Program offers up to $4,500 per port for a Level 2 EV charging station and up to $30,000 for public-use DC fast chargers per unit. Rebates for schools are also available.

San Diego Gas & Electric: The utility’s Power Your Drive program provides incentives for installation and maintenance support of EV charging stations at multi-unit dwellings, fleets, school, parks, beaches and workplaces. Through the Power Your Drive for Fleets program, SDG&E installs or incentivizes medium- and heavy-duty EV charging stations for commercial customers. Apply for a no-cost installation by SDG&E (SDG&E owns the infrastructure up to the charging station) or apply for rebate of up to 80% the cost of installing the infrastructure from the meter to the charging station. Some sites may be eligible for a rebate up to 50% the cost of the charger purchase. Visit https://www.sdge.com/business/electric-vehicles/power-your-drive-for-fleets#overview.

San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District: The district’s Charge Up! Program offers up to $5,000 for single-port Level 2 chargers per unit, up to $6,000 for dual-port Level 2 chargers per unit, and up to $25,000 for DC fast chargers per unit (with a 30% minimum cost share) and a $50,000 funding cap annually per applicant/site.

San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project: This California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) program promotes access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible EV chargers in Fresno, Kern and San Joaquin counties. Visit https://calevip.org/incentive-project/san-joaquin-valley to see the funding that is available in real time.

San Luis Obispo Air Pollution Control District: The district’s Alt Fuel Infrastructure Grant Program provides funding for new EV charging stations, conversion of existing stations and expansion of existing stations.

Silicon Valley Power: Offers a rebate up to $550 for the installation of an EV charging station at multifamily housing, schools and non-profit facilities. Visit https://www.siliconvalleypower.com/residents/rebates-6214.

Southern California Edison: The utility’s Charge Ready Program offers 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. The utility’s Charge Ready Transport Program offers eligible fleet operators low- to no-cost options for installing infrastructure.

Southern California Level 2 Incentive Project: This California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) program promotes access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible EV chargers in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Visit https://calevip.org/incentive-project/southern-california-level-2 to see the funding that is available in real time.

Tehama County Air Pollution Control District: Accepts applications for installation of fueling or energy infrastructure to fuel or power eligible sources. Visit tehcoapcd.net/carl-moyer-program/.

Turlock Irrigation District: Offers commercial customers a rebate of $1,000 to businesses that install a qualifying Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charger. Visit https://www.tid.org/customer-service/save-energy-money/commercial-electric-vehicle/.

Colorado
Last updated 9/21/22
Black Hills Energy: This utility offers commercial EV charging rebates through its Ready EV program. Businesses can receive up to $2,000 per port for Level 2 stations. Commercial and industrial can receive $20,000 to $35,000 for Level 3 DCFC fast chargers based on equipment charging speed. Government and non-profit sites can receive up to $3,000 per port. Visit blackhillsenergy.com/commercial-electric-vehicle-charging-rebate.

Colorado Energy Office (COE): Funding for DCFC plazas is available statewide. Application rounds are posted at energyoffice.colorado.gov/zero-emissions-vehicles/ev-fast-charging-plazas when the incentives are available. The COE also administers the Electrifying School Buses Grant Program, which provides funds to schools for the purchase of charging infrastructure for electric school buses.

Colorado Springs Utilities Custom Energy Rebate Program: Rebates between $1,200 and $1,600 are available for Level 2 charging ports and $12,000 for DCFC ports. Visit csu.org/Pages/CustomRebateEV.aspx.

Poudre Valley REA: Offers a 50% rebate for Level 2 charger equipment and installation up to $1,000. The charger must have the ability to record session data. Visit pvrea.coop/ev-charger-rebates.

Connecticut
Last updated 9/21/22
Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection: Provides funding for Level 2 and DCFC stations up to 65% of the cost to purchase, install, and maintain EV charging stations for public, government fleet or government employee use. Visit portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Air/Mobile-Sources/VW/VW-Settlement---Grants.

Eversource: EV charger rebates became available starting Jan. 1, 2022, with rebate amounts up to $250,000 for some projects. Visit eversource.com/content/ct-c/business/save-money-energy/clean-energy-options/business-ev-charging.

Groton Utilities: Offers a $600 rebate for the installation of a qualifying Level 2 EV charging station. Visit grotonutilities.com/electric-vehicle-rebate-program.

United Illuminating Company of Connecticut: Apply now for up to 100% infrastructure and 50% EVSE equipment incentives. Visit uinet.com/smartenergy/electric_vehicles/ev_programs_for_your_business.

Delaware
Last updated 9/21/22
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC): The DNREC’s Delaware Clean Transportation Incentive Program offers rebates for Level 2 EV charging stations purchased for use at public, workplace, fleet and multi-unit dwelling locations. Maximum rebates are $3,500 for single port and $7,000 for dual ports. Visit dnrec.alpha.delaware.gov/climate-coastal-energy/clean-transportation/ev-charging-equipment-rebates.

District of Columbia
Last updated 9/21/22
Pepco: Provides applicants with the electrical capacity to support up to five Level 2 or four DCFC stations per applicant location. Applicants are responsible for installing, operating and maintaining the EV charging station. Visit pepco.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/ElectricVehicleProgramDC.aspx.

Florida
Last updated 9/21/22
Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA): Offers commercial customers rebates for the purchase or lease of EV charging stations purchased and installed between Oct. 1, 2019, and Sept. 30, 2025. Rebate amounts are up to $5,200 for Level 2 EV charging, up to $1,300 for heavy-duty truck stop electrification and up to $30,000 for DCFC stations. Visit jea.com/Business_Resources/Rebates_for_Businesses/Non-Road_Electrotechnology_Rebates.

Sarasota County: The ChargeUP! Program will provide non-profit and government organizations with rebates of 50% (up to $4,000) toward the cost to purchase and install a publicly available charging station. Businesses are eligible for rebates of 25% (up to $2,000). Visit scgov.net/government/sustainability/sustainability/electric-vehicles.

Tampa Electric Company (TECO): TECO’s Drive Smart Program offers businesses a rebate of up to $5,000 per port for the purchase and installation of public EV charging stations for the workplace, public or retail sites, multi-unit dwellings, income-qualified and government sites. Visit tampaelectric.com/company/environment/electricvehicles.

Georgia
Last updated 9/21/22
Cobb EMC: The utility’s EV Grant Program offers $500 to $5,000 to purchase and install EVSE for businesses, property owners, multifamily unit owners and government agencies. Visit cobbemc.com/ev-charging-business.

Hawaii
Last updated 9/21/22
Hawaii Energy: When state funding is released, Hawaii Energy will provide updates and any new rebate information at hawaiienergy.com/for-business/rebates/electric-vehicle-charging-stations.

Hawaii Green Infrastructure Authority: Provides a revolving credit line to state government entities for the installation of electric vehicle supply equipment. Visit gems.hawaii.gov.

Idaho
Last updated 9/21/22
Idaho Department of Environmental Quality: Approximately $2.6 million is available to applicants that meet criteria for installing DC fast chargers at strategic locations within Idaho. Charging sites stationed along specific highways and interstates identified in the application will be prioritized. Visit deq.idaho.gov/air-quality/improving-air-quality/volkswagen-and-diesel-funding.

Idaho Power: Incentives up to 50% of the project costs (up to $7,500 per site) are available to businesses installing Level 1 or Level 2 EVSE for passenger vehicles to support fleets, employees or customers. Visit idahopower.chooseev.com/recommendations/print/729/?c=idahopower.

Illinois
Last updated 9/21/22
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA): On July 1, 2022, the IEPA began offering rebates up to 80% of eligible costs to public and private entities for the installation and maintenance of Level 2 and DCFC stations. Additional rebates are available for EV charging stations deployed in underserved and environmental justice communities. Visit illinois.gov/epa/topics/ceja/Pages/default.aspx.

Indiana
Last updated 9/21/22
Indiana Michigan Power: Will pay $250 per charging port to commercial, fleet and multi-unit dwelling customers who can provide power to eligible Level 2 PEV chargers from behind their own electrical panels. Visit indianamichiganpower.com/clean-energy/electric-cars/business/charge-at-work-indiana.

Iowa
Last updated 9/21/22
Alliant Energy: Offers rebates up to $1,500 per installation to businesses and multifamily dwellings. Visit alliantenergy.com/cleanenergy/whatyoucando/goelectric/evbusiness.

Iowa Department of Transportation: Offers funding for Level 2 and DCFC at public places, workplaces and multi-unit dwellings. Visit iowadot.gov/VWSettlement/default.aspx.

MidAmerican Energy Company: Offers businesses a $1,500 rebate toward the purchase of a qualifying Level 2 charger. Visit midamericanenergy.com/electric-vehicles-rebates.

Kansas
Last updated 9/21/22
No specific incentive information is currently available for this state. Visit ksdotike.org/charge-up-kansas to learn about the Charge Up Kansas program.

Kentucky
Last updated 9/21/22
No specific incentive information is currently available for this state. Visit transportation.ky.gov/Planning/Pages/EVPlan.aspx to learn about the state’s EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan.

Louisiana
Last updated 9/21/22
Entergy: Offers up to $250 in cash incentives toward the purchase of a Level 2 charging station. Incentives are also available on a case-by-case basis for electrifying truck stops and fleets. Visit entergyetech.com.

Maine
Last updated 9/21/22
Efficiency Maine: Provides funding assistance to rural communities in the state’s 14 northern counties for Level 2 chargers. (NOTE: The deadline to apply for this funding is Nov. 17, 2022.) Visit efficiencymaine.com/at-work-electric-vehicles-and-charging-solutions/.

Maryland
Last updated 9/21/22
Baltimore Gas and Electric: Property owners could receive up to $30,000 in rebates for adding EV charging to their property. BGE offers a 50% rebate on the cost of Level 2 chargers and DC fast chargers, warranty and installation. Visit bge.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/MultifamilyPropertyRebateProgram.aspx.

Delmarva: Offers workplaces a 50% rebate on the cost of equipment, warranty and installation for eligible Level 2 chargers. Commercial businesses and nonprofits can receive up to $5,000 per Level 2 charging port, limited to a maximum of $30,000 in rebates for each property. Visit delmarva.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/WorkplaceChargerRebateProgram.aspx.

For multifamily property owners, Delmarva will rebate 100% of the cost of eligible Level 2 charging equipment, 50% of the network cost and 100% of the installation up to $15,000 per charging station (limit of 2 charging stations). delmarva.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/MultifamilyPropertyRebateProgram.aspx.

Delmarva offers to install and operate a Level 2 or DCFC station on government property at no cost to the government sites. Visit delmarva.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/PublicChargingProgram.aspx.

Maryland Energy Administration: Offers a 40% rebate (up to $4,000) to businesses, multi-unit dwellings, workplaces, non-profits and government entities for the purchase and installation of Level 2 charging stations. Visit energy.maryland.gov/transportation/Pages/incentives_evserebate.aspx.

Pepco: Offers workplaces a 50% rebate on the cost of equipment, warranty and installation for eligible Level 2 chargers. Commercial businesses and nonprofits can receive up to $5,000 per Level 2 charging port, limited to a maximum of $30,000 in rebates for each property. Visit pepco.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/WorkplaceChargerRebateProgram.aspx.

For multifamily property owners, Pepco will rebate 100% of the cost of eligible Level 2 charging equipment, 50% of the network cost and 100% of the installation up to $15,000 per charging station (limit of two charging stations). Visit pepco.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/MultifamilyPropertyIncentive.aspx.

Pepco offers to install and operate a Level 2 or DCFC station on government property at no cost to the government sites. Visit pepco.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/PublicChargingProgram.aspx.

Potomac Edison: Offers multifamily property owners a rebate up to $20,000 for the purchase and installation of qualified Level 2 or DCFC stations through its EV Driven Program. Visit firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/help/saving_energy/electric-vehicles/maryland-ev/maryland-ev.html.

Massachusetts
Last updated 9/21/22
Eversource: Accepting Make Ready applications from commercial and industrial electric customers for assistance covering EV infrastructure costs. Visit eversource.com/content/ema-c/residential/save-money-energy/clean-energy-options/electric-vehicles/charging-stations.

Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program: Offers grants for 60% of the cost of Level 2 EV charging stations installed at multi-unit dwellings, educational campuses, workplaces and fleets up to $50,000 per street address. Visit mass.gov/air-quality-energy-grants-loans.

National Grid: Funds up to 100% of the electrical infrastructure and charging station equipment costs for Level 2 or DCFC stations. Visit nationalgridus.com/MA-Business/Energy-Saving-Programs/Electric-Vehicle-Charging-Station-Program.

Michigan
Last updated 9/21/22
Consumers Energy: Offers rebates to commercial and government customers for the purchase and installation of EV charging stations:

• Up to $5,000 per dual port EV charging station (up to $50,000 per site) for Level 2 fleet-only use
• Up to $50,000 per dual port EV charging station (up to $50,000 per site) for Level 2 public use
• Up to $35,000 per EV charging station for DCFC fleet-only use; up to $70,000 per EV charging station for DCFC public use.

Visit consumersenergy.com/business/products-and-services/powermifleet - charging-station-rebates.

Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy: Provides funding for public or private organization for the installation of DCFC stations, site preparation, networking fees and signage. Grants are equal to the lesser of 33.3% of the total project cost or a direct match of the electric utility funding, up to $70,000. Visit michigan.gov/egle/about/organization/Materials-Management/energy/rfps-loans/charge-up-michigan-program.

Minnesota
Last updated 9/21/22
Connexus: Offers public entities, workplaces, multifamily units and fleets a rebate of up to $2,000 for the purchase and installation of Level 2 EV charging station. Visit connexusenergy.com/save-money-and-energy/programs-rebates/electric-vehicles.

Great River Energy: Provides rebates for public, workplace, multifamily and fleet Level 2 charging stations. Leased charges must have a minimum lease term of five years. Visit econdev.greatriverenergy.com/assistance-programs/p/item/2407/electric-vehicle-charging.

Mississippi
Last updated 9/21/22
Entergy: Offers up to $250 in cash incentives toward the purchase of a Level 2 charging station. Incentives are also available on a case-by-case basis for electrifying truck stops and fleets. Visit entergyetech.com.

Mississippi Power: Provides commercial customers a rebate of $2,000 for the purchase of a Level 2 charging station. Visit mississippipower.com/residential/products-and-services/electric-vehicles.html.

Missouri
Last updated 9/21/22
Ameren Missouri: Offers incentives up to $500,000 to business customers installing EV charging stations at workplaces, multi-family apartment buildings and publicly accessible locations. Visit ameren.com/missouri/business/electric-vehicles/charging-stations/incentives.

Kirkwood Electric: Provides business customers a $300 rebate for the installation of a Level 2 charging station per location per year. Visit kirkwoodelectric.org/residential/energy-efficiency.

Missouri Department of Natural Resources: Offers grants to government and non-government entities up to 80% of the cost to purchase, install and maintain publicly accessible DCFC stations at eligible locations. Sites must install two DCFC stations (installation of Level 2 charging stations is optional). Visit dnr.mo.gov/air/what-were-doing/volkswagen-trust-funds/electric-vehicle-charging.

Montana
Last updated 9/21/22
No specific incentive information is currently available for this state. Please check back later.

Nebraska
Last updated 9/21/22
Southern Public Power District: Offers commercial customers a 50% reimbursement for the installation of a public Level 2 or DCFC station, and a 100% reimbursement (up to $1,000) for the construction of conduit necessary to support EV charging station installations. Visit southernpd.com/commercial-charger-incentives.

Norris Public Power District: Offers up to 50% reimbursement for the equipment and installation of a public or workplace EV charging stations. Nonprofits are eligible for reimbursements up to 90%. Visit norrisppd.energywisenebraskagoev.com/commercial-incentives.

Nevada
Last updated 9/21/22
NV Energy: Offers rebates to eligible business customers for the purchase and installation of Level 2 charging stations and DCFC stations. Rebates for Level 2 stations range from $3,000 to $10,000 per port or 75% to 100% of the project cost with a maximum of 10 ports. DCFC station rebates reimburse 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. Visit nvenergy.com/cleanenergy/electric-vehicles.

New Hampshire
Last updated 9/21/22
New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC): Offers commercial and municipal customers a rebate for 75% of the cost (up to $2,500) to purchase and install Level 2 or DCFC stations. Up to 2 chargers will be reimbursed. Maximum incentive is $5,000 per property. Visit nhec.com/drive-electric/ - /find/nearest.

New Jersey
Last updated 9/21/22
Atlantic City Electric (ACE): Offers make-ready rebates to multifamily properties, commercial, and fleet customers for the installation of Level 2 EV charging stations, ranging from $2,500 per port to $5,000 per port or 50% to 75% of eligible costs. ACE also offers make-ready rebates for public DCFC stations at a maximum of $60,000 per port. Visit atlanticcityelectric.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationAndTechnology/Pages/ElectricVehicleProgram.aspx.

Clean Energy Program: The EV Tourism Program that is part of New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program provides up to $5,000 for a Level 2 charger and up to $50,000 for a DC fast charger in public locations such as boardwalks, parks and overnight lodging establishments. (NOTE: Applications are due Oct. 31, 2022.) Visit njcleanenergy.com/ev.

Jersey Central Power & Light: Offers incentives on the purchase and installation of a qualified EV charging station incentives for charger installations at homes, workplaces, multifamily properties and communities — and earn additional credits for smart charging. Visit firstenergycorp.com/help/saving_energy/electric-vehicles/nj-ev/new-jersey-ev/jcpl-ev-driven-program.html.

New Jersey Board of Public Utilities: Provides local and state government fleets grants of up to $1,500 for the purchase of an EV charging station. Visit njcleanenergy.com/ev.

PSE&G: Offers up to $30,000 for behind-the-meter installation of commercial Level 2 chargers, and up to $10,000 for pole-to-meter utility service upgrades as needed. Public DCFC stations are eligible for up to $100,000 per site for behind-the-meter installation costs, and up to $50,000 for pole-to-meter utility service upgrades as needed. Eligible entities include multi-unit dwellings, government entities, businesses and any location with public access. Visit nj.myaccount.pseg.com/myservicepublic/electricvehicles.

New Mexico
Last updated 9/21/22
El Paso Electric (EPE): Offers rebates to workplaces, businesses, multi-unit dwellings, commercial sites, public transit operations and fleets for the installation of qualified Level 2 and DCFC stations. Incentives range from $3,500 to $104,000. Visit epelectric.com/renewables-tech/electric-vehicles/transportation-electrification-plan/commercial-rebate-programs.

New Mexico Environment Department: May provide funds up to 100% of the cost to purchase, install and maintain eligible light-duty EV charging stations. Additional requirements may apply. Visit env.nm.gov/air-quality/vw-settlement.

New York
Last updated 9/21/22
ConEdison Fleet Incentives: ConEdison offers medium- and heavy-duty fleets incentives of up to 85% of the installation costs of DCFC stations. Participants may receive a maximum award of $1.2 million. Visit coned.com/en/our-energy-future/technology-innovation/electric-vehicles/medium-heavy-duty-ev-charging-infrastructure-program.

DCFC Per Plug Incentives: The following utilities are offering incentives per connector that are paid annually from the date equipment is placed in service, through 2025:

• Central Hudson
• National Grid
• ConEdison
• New York State Electric and Gas
• Orange & Rockland
• Rochester Gas & Electric


New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC): The NYSDEC’s Municipal ZEV Program offers grants for the purchase and installation of eligible ZEV fueling infrastructure. A municipality may apply for multiple ZEV infrastructure grants, up to $500,000. A single municipality may receive up to 50% of the total available funds. All equipment expenses must be incurred on June 1, 2020, or later. Visit dec.ny.gov/energy/109181.html.

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority: Offers rebates of $4,000 per port toward the purchase and installation of Level 2 charging equipment at public parking facilities, workplaces and multi-unit dwellings. Disadvantaged communities may receive an additional rebate of $500 per port. Visit nyserda.ny.gov/All-Programs/ChargeNY/Charge-Electric/Charging-Station-Programs/Charge-Ready-NY.

Non-Residential EV Charging Station Programs: The following utilities provide business and municipal customers with installation and funding support for the installation of approved Level 2 or DCFC stations:

• Central Hudson
• ConEdison
• National Grid
• New York State Electric and Gas
• Orange & Rockland
• Rochester Gas & Electric


Additional funding is available for eligible projects located within disadvantaged communities.

North Carolina
Last updated 9/21/22
Duke Energy: Seeking school districts to participate in its EV School Bus program. Duke Energy will provide charging infrastructure for EV school buses and partial funding for bus deployment. Visit duke-energy.com/business/products/park-and-plug/electric-school-buses.

North Dakota
Last updated 9/21/22
North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality: Offers grants for the repowering of non-road and medium- and heavy-duty vehicles with new diesel or alternative fuel vehicles including all-electric and hybrid electric vehicles. Grants may cover up to 38% of non-government project costs and up to 50% of government project costs. Visit deq.nd.gov/AQ/planning/VW.aspx?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

Ohio
Last updated 9/21/22
Firelands Electric Cooperative: Offers $250 rebates to members who install a Level 2 EV charging station at a home, office or other building. Visit firelandsec.com/electric-vehicle-charger-rebates.

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency: Issues grants for the replacement or repower of eligible on- and off-road vehicles and equipment, including alternative fuel infrastructure if the applicant conducts a site assessment. Visit epa.ohio.gov/divisions-and-offices/environmental-education/grant-programs/vw-mitigation-grants.

Oklahoma
Last updated 9/21/22
Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ): The DEQ is offering funding for charging infrastructure in conjunction with rebates to repower or replace an actively used, engine model year 2009 or older, diesel school bus with an alternative fuel. Visit deq.ok.gov/air-quality-division/air-grants-funding-programs/.

Public Fleet Grants: The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments issues grants for alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicle projects under the Creating Long-term Energy Alternatives Now by Advancing Improvements Regionally grants program. Eligible projects in the Oklahoma City Area Regional Transportation Study area may also include AFV fueling station or charging infrastructure. Visit acogok.org/transportation-planning/air-quality/fleet-conversion-grants/ - The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments' CLEAN AIR Grants for,vehicles and alternative fuel vehicle.

Oregon
Last updated 9/21/22
Central Lincoln: Offers commercial customers a $250 rebate to purchase a Level 2 charging station. Applicants are limited to one rebate per location. Visit clpud.org/energy-efficiency/electric-vehicles/level-2-station-rebate/.

City of Ashland: Reimburses a fixed amount per charger installed for new Level 2 electric vehicle chargers. For incentive amounts, visit ashlandor.org/climate-energy/find-resources/transportation.

Consumers Power Inc.: Offers commercial customers grants for Level 2 and DCFC chargers. Level 2 charging stations are eligible for a grant that covers 50% of the cost of a Level 2 (up to $5,000 per unit) with a limit of $10,000 per business per year. DCFC stations are eligible for a grant that covers 50% of the cost (up to $20,00 per site) with a with a limit of $20,000 per business per year. Visit cpi.coop/commercial-electric-vehicle-charger-grant.

Eugene Water & Electric Board: Customers installing new Level 2 public charging stations for businesses, workplaces, fleets or multifamily housing site buildings of five units or more may qualify for a $1,500 rebate per station. Multifamily affordable housing sites may qualify for a $2,000 rebate per station. Customers installing new single-port DCFC public stations may qualify for a $10,000 rebate per station. Visit eweb.org/environment-and-climate/electric-transportation/ev-incentives-business.

Pacific Power: A pilot program offers rebates up to $1,000 per port (not to exceed 75% of total costs) to commercial and business customers installing electric vehicle chargers. Owners and operators of multifamily residential housing are eligible for up to $3,000 per port (not to exceed 75% of total costs). Visit pacificpower.net/savings-energy-choices/electric-vehicles.html.

Portland General Electric (PGE): Issues rebates to commercial customers rebates for the installation of Level 2 charging stations. The maximum rebate amount per port is $1,000 for workplaces and $2,300 for multifamily properties. Visit portlandgeneral.com/energy-choices/electric-vehicles-charging/business-charging-fleets/ev-charging-pilot-program-business.

Tillamook People’s Electric Utility: Offers commercial, workplace, fleet or public location customers a $500 rebate or $1,000 for multi-port charger. Visit tpud.org/ways-to-save/appliance-water-heater-rebates.

Pennsylvania
Last updated 9/21/22
Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Grant: Reimburses 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 infrastructure. Eligible applicants include Pennsylvania school districts, municipal authorities, political subdivisions, non-profit entities, corporations and limited liability companies or partnerships incorporated or registered in the Commonwealth. Visit dep.pa.gov/Citizens/GrantsLoansRebates/Alternative-Fuels-Incentive-Grant/Pages/default.aspx - .Vl9OeHarSUk.

PECO: Offers commercial customers a rebate of $500 per port (up to $1,500) for the purchase and installation of Level 2 charging stations. Visit peco.com/SmartEnergy/InnovationTechnology/Pages/ElectricVehiclesL3.aspx.

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection: Offers rebates for the acquisition, installation, operation and maintenance of Level 2 charging stations for publicly accessible government-owned property, public-access non-government property, multi-unit dwellings and other eligible projects. Visit the Driving PA Forward website for a breakdown of rebates and additional information.

Rhode Island
Last updated 9/21/22
Rhode Island Energy: Offers commercial customers rebates up to 100% of installation costs for select Level 2 and DCFC stations at certain types of locations. Visit rienergy.com/RI-Business/Energy-Saving-Programs/Electric-Vehicle-Charging-Station-Program.

South Carolina
Last updated 9/21/22
Duke Energy: Offers to install and maintain DCFC stations at publicly accessible sites located within one mile of a major interstate or highway in Duke Energy’s service territory at no cost to site hosts until 2026. Visit duke-energy.com/business/products/park-and-plug/ev-fast-charging-stations.

South Dakota
Last updated 9/21/22
Black Hills Energy: Issues rebates up to $2,000 per port for the purchase and installation of Level 2 chargers at businesses, up to $3,000 per port for the purchase and installation of Level 2 chargers at government and non-profit sites, and up to $35,000 for DCFC station at commercial and industrial sites. Visit blackhillsenergy.com/commercial-electric-vehicle-charging-rebate.

Tennessee
Last updated 9/21/22
No specific incentive information is currently available for this state. Please check back later.

Texas
Last updated 9/21/22
Austin Energy: Offers commercial customers a rebate for 50% of the cost to install qualified EV charging station at workplaces and multi-unit dwellings. Level 2 charging stations are eligible for rebates up to $4,000 per station. DCFC chargers are eligible for up to $15,000 per station.

Entergy: Offers up to $250 in cash incentives toward the purchase of a Level 2 charging station. Incentives are also available on a case-by-case basis for electrifying truck stops and fleets. Visit entergyetech.com.

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality: Administers several grant programs as part of the Texas Emissions Reduction Plan. Because the programs have different application periods, the application period may show it is currently closed, but applications may open again at a later time. Grant programs that include incentives for EV charging infrastructure include:

Emissions Reduction Incentive Grant Program: Provides grants for clean air projects to improve air quality in the state's nonattainment areas and other affected counties. Eligible projects include electrification infrastructure. Visit tceq.texas.gov/airquality/terp/erig.html.

Governmental Alternative Fuel Fleet Grant Program: Offers grants for the purchase or lease of new EVs. Up to 10% of funds may be granted for the purchase, lease or installation of refueling infrastructure or equipment. Visit tceq.texas.gov/airquality/terp/gaff.

Utah
Last updated 9/21/22
Rocky Mountain Power: Offers rebates for Level 2 chargers and DCFC stations to non-residential and multi-family dwelling operators:

• Single port Level 2 chargers are eligible for $1,000 per charger up to 75% of the total charger cost.
• Multi-port Level 2 chargers are eligible for $1,500 per charger up to 75% of the total charger cost.
• Single port DCFC stations are eligible for $30,000 per charger up to 75% of the total charger cost.
• Multi-port CCFC stations are eligible for $42,000 per charger up to 75% of the total charger cost.


Custom grants are also available to non-residential customers to cover the upfront costs of make-ready EV charging station projects. Visit rockymountainpower.net/savings-energy-choices/electric-vehicles/utah-incentives.html.

Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DAQ): Offers rebates for up to 50% of the cost to install Level 2 and DCFC stations to businesses, non-profit organizations and select government entities. Businesses and non-profit organizations rebates are capped at $75,000. Maximum levels for government entities will be determined by the DAQ. Government entities are also eligible to apply. Visit deq.utah.gov/air-quality/workplace-electric-vehicle-charging-funding-assistance-program.

Vermont
Last updated 9/21/22
Multi-Unit Dwelling EV Charging Station Grant: Governments, businesses, non-profits, homeowner associations, electric utilities and EV charging equipment providers are eligible for funding that may be used for planning, permitting, purchase, installation and other one-time costs. Visit accd.vermont.gov/multiunit_dwelling.

Vermont Electric Co-op: Offers a bill credit of $500 per connector (up to $1,000) to VEC member businesses and public entities that install publicly accessible Level 2 chargers or DCFC stations. Visit vermontelectric.coop/energy-transformation-programs.

Vermont Public Power Supply Authority: Offers member customers a $500 rebate for the purchase of a Level 2 EV charging station that is installed for workplace or public use. Visit vppsa.com/2021-electric-vehicle-charging-station-rebate.

Vermont State Infrastructure Bank: Offers 1% fixed loans (up to $100,000) to municipalities, regional development corporations, political subdivisions of the state and private companies working for the state to finance public electric vehicle charging stations. Visit veda.org/financing-options/vermont-commercial-financing/electric-vehicle-charging-station-loan-program.

Virginia
Last updated 9/21/22
Dominion Energy: The utility’s Smart Charging Infrastructure Pilot (SCIP) program issues rebates to multi-family dwelling, workplace and transit operators for the purchase and make-ready costs of eligible charging stations. Rebates range from $2,000 to $53,000. (NOTE: The SCIP program will end Dec. 31, 2022. All applications must be submitted by Nov. 30, 2022. All charging stations must be installed, active and communicating data by Dec. 31, 2022, to receive rebate payments.) Visit dominionenergy.com/virginia/save-energy/electric-vehicles/powering-smart-transportation.

Washington
Last updated 9/21/22
Avista: Under the utility’s Commercial Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Incentive Program, Avista will install a Level 2 charger at businesses with no equipment fee and pay 50% of the premise wiring costs (up to $2,000 per port connection). Visit avista.chooseev.com/commercial/promos.

Pacific Power: Electric mobility grant funding is available to non-residential customers in Oregon. Funding awards will cover up to 100% of the eligible costs associated with studying, planning, promoting or deploying electric transportation technology and projects. Visit pacificpower.net/savings-energy-choices/electric-vehicles/charging-station-grants.html.

Tacoma Public Utility (TPU): Offers rebates for the installation of Level 2 charging stations at multifamily dwellings and businesses located in the City of Tacoma:

• Standard rebate amounts for businesses are 60% of project costs, up to $12,000
• Business rebates for historically underinvested communities are 80% of project costs, up to $16,000
• Standard rebate amounts for multifamily dwellings are 80% of project costs, up to $16,000
• Rebates for adding Level 2 chargers to multifamily dwellings in historically underinvested communities are 100% of project costs, up to $20,000
• A rebate up to $2,000 is available for every additional EV charging station port installed


Applicants may also receive a rebate for 100% of utility infrastructure upgrade costs (up to $25,000) to increase grid reliability. Visit TPU’s Public Electric Vehicle Charging and Multifamily Dwelling EV Charging webpages.

Washington State Department of Transportation: Offers competitive grants to expand the West Coast Electric Highway network by deploying Level 2 and DCFC stations along highway corridors in Washington. Eligible project costs include siting, equipment purchases, electrical upgrades, installation, operations and maintenance. Visit wsdot.wa.gov/business-wsdot/grants/zero-emission-vehicle-grants.

West Virginia
Last updated 9/21/22
No specific incentive information is currently available for this state. Please check back later.

Wisconsin
Last updated 9/21/22
Chippewa Valley Electric Cooperative: Offers customers a $400 rebate to purchase and install a new Level 2 charging station. All rebate documentation must be submitted within three months of the EV charging station purchase. Visit afdc.energy.gov/fuels/laws/ELEC?state=wi.

Clark Electric Cooperative: Issues customers a $400 rebate to purchase and install a new Level 2 EV charging station. Visit cecoop.com/rebatesincentives.

Renew Wisconsin’s EVs for Good: This initiative offers $500 grants to non-profit organizations toward the installation of a Level 2 or higher EV charging station. Visit renewwisconsin.org/evs-for-good.

The Wisconsin Public Service Commission’s Office of Energy Innovation: Offers grants programs to support the development of renewable energy and energy storage technology. Eligible activities include, but are not limited to, comprehensive energy planning for fleets and electric vehicles. Visit psc.wi.gov/Pages/ServiceType/OEI/EnergyInnovationGrantProgram.aspx.

Wyoming
Last updated 9/21/22
No specific incentive information is currently available for this state. Please check back later.

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