Assistance Programs

Electric Vehicle Charging

Our Electric Vehicle Charging program is available to all makes of Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). Both purchased and leased equipment (minimum term 5 years) is eligible for rebates. Direct current fast charging (DCFC) does not qualify for this incentive. Qualifying charging equipment includes:

  • Public Charging – for use by the general public. Examples: state parks, hotels, golf courses, grocery stores, movie theatres.
  • Workplace & Multifamily Charging – intended for employees, guests or tenants of the facility.
  • Fleet Charging – intended for company-owned vehicle charging, not generally accessible to the public. Example: city or county fleet vehicles.

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