March 1, 2023
Many California utility providers and air quality management districts (AQMDs) offer significant rebates to make Level 2 EV charger installation more affordable. These programs typically provide a fixed dollar amount or percent-of-cost rebate in the form of a check or utility bill credit. You (the homeowner) can apply for them directly. Rebates are usually issued 6-8 weeks after application.
In addition, you may be eligible for the US Federal Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Tax Credit for EV charger hardware and EV charger installation costs. Learn more about this program with Treehouse's guide to US federal EV charger incentives and check out our tips to saving money with EVs.
If you’d like to see all of the incentives (tax credits, rebates, etc.) for which you may be eligible, complete this short survey. We’ll guide you through the process and help you select the best options to maximize these programs and lower your total installation cost.