Additional Incentives for Income-Qualified Households
Financing for Income-Qualified Households
Example EV Purchase Prices After Discounts and Incentives
Incentives for Public Charging
California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP): Make electric vehicle charging accessible for all. Save on Level 2 and DC fast charger purchase and installation costs with rebates for businesses, apartment communities, and more.
DC Fast Charger
|DCFC POWER LEVEL||GENERAL MARKET REBATE||DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITY/
|50 kW – 99.99 kW||Up to $50,000; or 75% of the total project cost, whichever is less||Up to $60,000; or 75% of the total project cost, whichever is less|
|100 kW+||Up to $70,000; or 75% of the total project cost, whichever is less||Up to $80,000; or 75% of the total project cost, whichever is less|
Level 2 Charger
|ELIGIBLE REBATES FOR LEVEL 2 CHARGERS||AMOUNT PER CONNECTOR|
|Base rebate||Up to $4,500 per connector; or 75% of project costs, whichever is less|
|Disadvantaged Community (DAC) OR Low-Income Community (LIC)||Additional $500|
|Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD) Site||Additional $1,000|
The Peninsula-Silicon Valley Incentive Project is presented in partnership with the California Energy Commission.
Incentives for Homeowners
- Clean Cars for All: Receive a rebate of $2,000 when you purchase a BEV through the Clean Cars for All program.
- Clean Vehicle Assistance Program: If you purchase a battery or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle through the Clean Vehicle Assistance Program grant, you are eligible to receive a free Level 2 charging station installed in your home or a $1,000 pre-paid charge card valid at public EVGO charging stations plus a lower-speed portable charger.
- Federal Tax Credit: If you installed, or plan to install, an EV home charger between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2020, you can take 30% off the cost of purchasing and installing the charger (up to $1,000) by claiming a federal tax credit.