EV Charging Station Rebate
As electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing and purchasing is becoming more prevalent and economical for drivers, interest in EV ownership continues to increase. GVEC recognizes not only the benefits EVs offer to buyers, but the role they could potentially play as a distributed energy resource (DER), helping to keep electric rates stable in the future.
Our commitment to identify the needs of our members and offer products and services to empower those we serve prompts GVEC to support the decision to drive electric.
GVEC offers a rebate for qualifying level 2 residential or commercial EV charging station installations. See details and requirements below.
- Must be a GVEC member.
- Installation must be performed by a professional, licensed electrician in order to participate in rebate program.
- GVEC does not assume liability for work completed by any contractor.
- EV charger must be Tesla, ChargePoint® or JuiceBox® brand.
- Please allow up to 6 weeks after receipt of all documents to receive rebate credit on your electric bill.
- GVEC requires a picture of the EV charger installation. Additional supporting documents may be required, see Supporting Documentation section for details.
- Member must provide proof of ownership/current lease of EV.
- GVEC reserves the right to verify all projects in order to meet minimum program guidelines and requirements.
- Government funded improvements do not qualify for GVEC rebates.
- Instant rebate may apply if installation is performed by a GVEC licensed electrician.
- GVEC reserves the right to discontinue or make changes to the EV Charging Station Rebate program without notice.
- EV charger must be a level 2 (240 volt/16-60 amp) charger.
- All installations must be installed in accordance with NEC 2020.
- A licensed electrician must perform installations of hard-wired charging stations and receptacles.
- The charging station must be new.
- Plug-in and hard-wired charging stations must be UL, ETL, or cETL listed, and receptacles for plug-in stations must be UL, ETL, or cETL listed.
- All state and local codes should be followed.
The following information and documentation must be provided when submitting your application:
- GVEC account number
- Charging station manufacturer (brand) and model
- Dealership where vehicle was purchased and vehicle identification number (VIN)
- Proof of EV purchase or lease, such as: vehicle registration, title, lease or purchase agreement in member’s name
- Electrician license number and expiration date
- Electrician name and phone number
- Permit number
- If installed in the city limits, permit and passed inspection report must be provided.
- Itemized installation invoice, clearly marked “paid in full” or reflecting $0 balance
- Measured distance between charging station and service panel
- Photo of completed EV charger installation
- Breaker amperage
- For residential installations, the lesser option of $600 or 50% of total installation costs
- For commercial installations, the lesser option for $3,000 or 50% of total installation costs
- Only one rebate per service location