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Federal Charging Tax Credit

Businesses can now receive 30% in federal tax credits to offset the cost of deploying the fast Blink IQ 200 EV charging station! And with Blink’s flexible business models you may find a solution that installs the EV equipment at no cost to you. (Up to $1,000 for residential installations and up to $30,000 for commercial installations).

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The City of Anaheim is currently offering a rebate to customers who install a Level 2 charging station. Anaheim Public Utilities will reimburse customers for out-of-pocket expenses (including charger purchase price and installation costs) of up to $500 per charger. In addition to the rebate, the City's permit application fees (related to the installation of the charger) will be waived. Applications will be accepted through June 30, 2016, subject to the availability of funds. Click here for more information.... Read More...


Poudre Valley REA (PVREA) offers a rebate for public charging stations of 50% of the cost of the equipment or $500, whichever is lesser.  They also offer a rebate of 50% of the cost of installation, or $500, whichever is lesser. The charger must have the ability to record session data and must be available to PVREA upon request.


The Delaware Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Rebate Program can provide up to a $7,000 rebate for Level 2 charging equipment. We encourage applicants to begin the process immediately as the program will close when funds are exhausted or on December 31, 2020

District of Columbia

Through December 31, 2026, individuals can receive an Income Tax Credit of $10,000 per qualified public charging station.

Through December 31, 2026, eligible applicants can receive an Income Tax Credit pursuant to D.C. Code 47-1806.12 in the amount of 50% of the equipment and labor costs up to $10,000, directly attributable to the purchase and installation of qualified public electric vehicle charging stations.


The Orlando Utilities Commission ("OUC") is offering commercial businesses and multi-family buildings a $200 (per station) rebate for the purchase and installation of an EV charging station. Click here for more information.

The ChargeUP! Sarasota County program will rebate up to half the cost of buying and installing new charging stations in Sarasota County. ChargeUP! will provide certain types of non-profit and government organizations with rebates of 50% (up to a maximum of $4,000) of the cost to purchase and install a publicly available charging station. Select businesses will be eligible for rebates of 25% (up to a maximum of $2,000). Funding is limited. Learn more at the ChargeUP! program website.

The Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure (EVCI) Phase1 grant program will reimburse up to $500,000 for eligible costs towards projects that provide DC fast charging along 27 segments of Florida Interstate Highway Corridors. Eligible applicants may apply for any combination of segments and applications are due April 7, 2020.


Georgia Power offers a rebate to residential customers and builders who install Level 2 (208/240 volt) EVSE. Residential customers are eligible for a $250 rebate and new home construction builders are eligible for a $100 rebate for each dedicated circuit installed from January 1, 2019, through December 31, 2019. Other conditions may apply. For more information, see the Georgia Power Electric Vehicles website.


Idaho Power offers an incentive of up to 50% of the project costs (equipment and labor) for installing one or more EV charging stations (up to a maximum of $7,500 per company or municipality, per site). Charging stations must be installed between April 1 and November 17, 2017. For more info click here.

Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities ("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. Rebates are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, see the YTCC Vehicle and Infrastructure Rebates website.


The Alliant Energy Level 2 Charging Station Rebate offers rebates of $1,000 for single-port Level 2 charging stations and $1,500 for dual-port Level 2 charging stations (limit 2 stations per commercial location). Rebates are available for Alliant Energy commercial and industrial electric customers in Iowa and Wisconsin. The charging station must be purchased and installed between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until rebate funds are exhausted.

Residential customer may be eligible for up to a $500 rebate if they purchase and install a Level 2 home charging station for their electric vehicle. For more information about all rebates in Iowa, please visit the rebates website.

MidAmerican Energy is offering a $1,500 rebate toward the purchase of a qualifying Level 2 charger for businesses in Iowa. Chargers must be dual port, pedestal mounted and purchased and installed between March 15, 2019 and December 31, 2019.


The state offers an income tax credit of 30% of the cost of converting a vehicle to operate on an alternative fuel, the incremental cost of purchasing an original equipment manufacturer AFV, and the cost of alternative fueling equipment. For more information about this tax credit please click here.

Entergy's eTech program offers commercial customers an incentive for purchasing a Level 2  or Level 3 DC Fast EV charger. Simply follow the steps at apply online.


The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection ("MassDEP") currently provides an incentive to employers for the acquisition of Level 1 and Level 2 electric vehicle ("EV") charging stations. Massachusetts employers with 15 or more employees in non-residential places of business are eligible. MassDEP will provide 60% of the funding (up to $50,000) for hardware costs to employers installing Level 1 and Level 2 charging stations. To learn more about this opportunity, please visit the program website.

Eversource Massachusetts is offering free make-ready (infrastructure required to install) for nearly 4,000 Level 2 ports at about 450 charging sites and about 70 DC fast charging ports at about 35 charging sites at commercial or multifamily properties. Eversource will also cover the cost of the charging equipment via a rebate for qualifying participants in environmental justice communities.

National Grid in Massachusetts (Massachusetts Electric Co.) is offering substantial financial rebates to cover the cost of the make-ready (electrical infrastructure required to install a charging station) as well as a portion of the charging station cost itself. Program is targeting the deployment of 1,200 Level 2 ports and 80 DC fast charging stations at about 140 commercial properties. National Grid will also cover the entire cost of the charging station via a rebate for qualifying participants in environmental justice communities.

The Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program has $5.5 Million available in incentives for Level 2 charging stations installed at workplace, multi-unit dwelling, and fleet locations. Funding is available on a first-come, first-served basis.


The PowerMIDrive program by Consumers Energy includes rebates for commercial Public Level 2 Chargers (up to $5,000) and for DC Fast Charging Stations (up to $70,000). In order to be eligible to receive a rebate, applicants must be a Consumers Energy electric service business customer, submit an application, install at least one commercial charger from PowerMIDrive's approved list, and complete installation of the charger.

EGLE offers grants of up to $70,000 for EV fast chargers. Public or private organizations can apply for up to $70,000 each toward the cost of installing direct current fast chargers for electric vehicles under a request for proposals (RFP) announced by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE).

The DTE Charging Forward Program will provide incentives for business and commercial customers to deploy charging stations. DTE fully funds the EV Service Connection and offers rebates of $2,500 per Level 2 station (minimum of 4 ports per site) and $20,000 for DC Fast Charging stations (minimum of two chargers per site).


 Ameren Missouri will provide up to $500,000 or 50% of the project cost to business customers seeking to install EV charging stations. The incentives include $5,000 per level 2 port and $20,000 per DCFC port.

Kansas City Power & Light is also taking applications for businesses to host charging stations through the KCP&L Clean Charge Network Program.

New Jersey

 The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) offers grant funding to support the purchase of up to two (2) eligible electric vehicles (EVs). Subject to the availability of funds, the incentive program will award grants as follows: $1,5000 toward the purchase of a dual-port Level two EVSE; and $4,000 toward the purchase of a battery electric vehicle. 

New York

The New York Department of Environmental Conservation is accepting applications for its Municipal ZEV Infrastructure Grant Program. This program provides grants to cities, towns, villages, and counties to install EV charging stations for public use. Grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are exhausted.


The Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit is a one-time income tax credit available starting January 1, 2020 to corporations for up to 45% of the cost of an electric vehicle charging station project. Tax credits can be claimed on multiple properties although some restrictions apply.


EWEB's $300 Clean Ride Rebate can be applied to the cost of buying or leasing a new or used electric vehicle, or help offset the cost of charging infrastructure at your business. The program expires July 31, 2019.


The Small Business Advantage Grant Program provides matching grants of 50%, up to $9,500, to enable a Pennsylvania small business to adopt or acquire energy-efficient or pollution prevention equipment or processes. Projects may not begin until after applications are approved. For more information, refer to the Small Business Advantage Grant Program website.

The Pennsylvania Level 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Rebate Program is offering up to $4,500 for publicly-accessible charging projects. Rebates can be applied to project costs directly connected to equipment acquisition, installation, operation and maintenance. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program funds are exhausted.

PECO has announced incentives for commercial customers who install EV-charging stations for public use. The incentive will be available to any commercial customer who receives funding under the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's "Driving PA Forward" program. Through the end of 2018, PECO will provide matching grants of up to $500 to the first 50 customers who apply for state funding to Level 2 public EV-charging stations. This is confirmed to be $500 per approved charger installation project (i.e. individual DEP application), limited to $1,500 per entity (DEP’s terminology – equivalent to PECO Customer/Business – may be at different sites).  Applications are still under development but a copy of the PA DEP approved voucher will be required.

The Pennsylvania FAST Act Corridor Infrastructure Grant seeks to award up to a fifty (50) percent reimbursement, to a max of $500,000 per project, to install public EV infrastructure along the highway corridors designated as “Signage Ready” or “Signage Pending” by the US Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Applications will be accepted until 4 PM on Tuesday, March 24. 

Rhode Island

The Electrify Rhose Island program offers incentive but please note that, as of January 6, 2020, funding for Level II Workplace and Level II Publicly-Accessible Charging Station incentives has been fully subscribed. Any applications for these two groups received after January 6th will be placed on hold in the order they were received. If additional funding becomes available at a future date, OER will contact those entities with applications on hold

National Grid in Rhode Island (Narragansett Electric Co.) is offering free make-ready (electrical infrastructure required to install charging stations) for ~320 Level 2 ports and ~46 DC fast charging stations at about 50 commercial properties. National Grid will also provide a rebate towards a portion of the charging station cost, or the entire cost in the case of qualifying environmental justice communities.

The Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources is offering incentives for Level 2 and DC fast charging stations through its Electrify Rhode Island program. Eligible locations include workplaces, multi-unit dwellings, state and local government properties, and publicly accessible locations.  Applications are being accepted on a first come, first served basis until the funds are exhausted.


Austin Energy offers a rebate of up to 50% of the cost to install approved Level 2 charging stations for businesses. For more information please click here.

The Texas Emissions Reduction Plan’s Alternative Fueling Facilities Program (AFFP) provides financial incentives for entities to provide alternative fueling facilities within the state’s Clean Transportation Zone. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. CST, Wednesday, March 18, 2020.


Rocky Mountain Power ("RMP") is offering incentives to Utah non-residential and multifamily dwelling customers to offset the cost of installing charging stations. Projects may request up to $3,500 per Level 2 charging station and up to $42,000 per DC fast charging station. Funds are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, please visit the RMP website.

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality is offering up to 50% reimbursement for the cost to purchase and install Level 2 or DC fast charging equipment at eligible locations. The program will be first come, first served until funds have been exhausted.


The purchase of electric vehicle charging infrastructure is exempt from state sales taxes through July 1, 2025.

The Washington State Department of Ecology is offering grants for installing DC fast charging stations along high-traffic transportation corridors. Applicants can request up to $95,000 per DC fast charger. The program is competitive and applications will be accepted until February 3, 2019.

The Clean Energy Fund Electrification of Transportation Systems Program has $10,670,000 to provide grants to Washington local governments and retail electric utilities for EVSE and related development costs. The minimum award amount is $25,000 and the maximum award is $2,500,000. Applications are due May 5, 2020 at 3:00pm PST.


Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities ("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. Rebates are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, see the YTCC Vehicle and Infrastructure Rebates website.

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