EV Charging Cost
How much does it cost to charge an EV?
Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Tax Credit is up to $75 is available to individuals for the installation of EVSE in a house or housing unit that they have built. To qualify, the outlet must meet certain codes and standards. To apply, see form 319 on the Arizona Department of Revenue’s Credit Forms.
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Cost to charge your electric car everyday:
1. Chevy Bolt: 60 kWh
* Battery Charge 0% -100% = $237.25 mo.
* Battery Charge 50% -100% = $118.58 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $71.18 mo.
2. Nissan Leaf (2011-2017)
* Battery Charge 0% -100% = $118.59 mo.
* Battery Charge 50% -100% = $59.32 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $35.58 mo.
2b.Nissan Leaf (2018)
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $151.84 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $75.92 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $45.55 mo.
3. BMW i3: 18.8 kWh
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $74.33 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $37.17 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $22.30 mo.
4. Chevy Volt:
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $71.18 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $35.59 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $21.35 mo.
5. Tesla Model S: 60 kWh
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $237.25 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $118.63 mo.
* Battery Charge70% - 100% = $71.17 mo.
Tesla Model S: 70 kWh
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $276.75 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $138.33 mo.
* Battery Charge70% - 100% = $83.03 mo.
Tesla Model S: 85 kWh
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $336.11 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $168.05 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% =$100.83 mo.
6. Honda Clarity: 25.5 kWh Battery
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $100.83 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $50.41 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $30.25 mo.
7. Ford Focus Electric: 33.5 kWh Battery
* Battery Charge 0% -100% = $132.46 mo.
* Battery Charge 50% -100% = $66.23 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $39.74 mo.
8. Tesla Model X: 100 kWh Battery
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $395.41 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $197.70 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $118.63 mo.
9. Tesla Model 3: 55.5 kWh Battery
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $217.47 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $108.74 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $65.24 mo.
9b. Tesla Model 3: 65 kWh Battery
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $257.02 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $128.51 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $77.10 mo
9c. Tesla Model 3: 75 kWh Battery
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $296.56 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $148.28 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $88.97 mo.
10. BMW 530e iPerformance: 9.2 kWh
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $36.38 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $18.19 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $10.92 mo.
11. Fiat e500: 24 kWh
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $95 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $47.45 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $28.47 mo.
12. Toyota Prius Prime: 8.8 kWh
* Battery Charge 0 -100% = $34.80 mo.
* Battery Charge 50 -100% = $17.40 mo.
* Battery Charge 70% - 100% = $10.44 mo.
Charge Ahead Colorado State Incentive
The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) and Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) provide grants through the Charge Ahead Colorado program to support PEV and EVSE adoption by individual drivers and fleets. Both CEO and RAQC grants will fund 80% of the cost of EVSE, up to $3260 for a single port station and $13,000 for a multiple port station.
RAQC also provides funding for 80% of the incremental cost for qualified PEVs, up to $8,260. Eligible EVSE applicants are local governments, including school districts; state/federal agencies; public universities; public transit agencies; private non-profit or for-profit corporations; landlords of multi-family apartment buildings; and owners associations of common interest communities. Criteria and eligibility differ depending on which agency provides funding.
For more information, including application deadlines see cleanairfleets.org/programs/charge-ahead-colorado.
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Grants: The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) provides funding to municipalities, state agencies, and private businesses for the cost and installation of eligible EVSE. Funding is available for 50% of project costs (up to $2,000 per unit and $4,000 per site) to 100% of project costs (up to $10,000 per site).
For more information, visit http://www.ct.gov/deep/cwp
The Delaware Electric Vehicle Charging Supply Equipment Rebate Program offers 50% of the cost of the electric vehicle charging station up to $500 rebate to install Level 2 charging stations for residential customers. The rebate is only available for electric chargers purchased between November 1, 2016 and June 30, 2018.
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates State Incentive
As part of the Delaware Clean Transportation Incentive Program, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control offers rebates for new EVSE purchased for use at commercial and residential locations.
For more information, see http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/energy/Pages/The-Delaware-EVSE-Rebate-Program.aspx.
District of Columbia
Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit
Businesses and individuals are eligible for a tax credit for 50% of the equipment and labor costs for the purchase and installation of alternative fuel infrastructure on qualified AFV fueling property. The maximum credit is $1,000 per residential electric vehicle charging station, and $10,000 per publicly accessible AFV fueling station. This incentive expires December 31, 2026. (Reference District of Columbia Code 47-1806.12 through 47-1806.13, 47-1807.10 through 47-1807.11, and 47-1808.10 through 47-1808.11)
For more information on state incentives, visit https://www.afdc.energy.gov
EVSE Rebate – Gulf Power Utility Incentive
Gulf Power offers rebates of $750 to residential customers for the purchase of EVSE. Applicants must supply proof of purchase or lease of new or pre-owned plug-in electric vehicle (PEV). Customers must apply for the rebate within six months of the purchase or lease of an eligible PEV.Rebates are available to the first 1,000 participants or December 31, 2018, whichever comes first.
For more information, see the Gulf Power Electric Vehicles page.
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Financing: Property owners may apply to their local government for funding to help finance EVSE installations on their property or enter into a financing agreement with the local government for the same purpose.
Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) – Commercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Utility Incentive
Here’s an incentive that’s good for business and good for the environment. OUC—The Reliable One is offering a REBATE for electric vehicle charging stations. The rebate is available for commercial businesses and multi-family buildings.
Provides you with financial assistance to power up your own electric vehicle fleet Rebate amount is $200 per station. Brochure
EVSE Rebate – Sarasota County State Incentive
ChargeUP! Sarasota County offers rebates to businesses, non-profits, and local governments within Sarasota County for the installation of qualified Level 2 or DC fast charging EVSE. Businesses are eligible for a rebate of 25% of the cost of EVSE purchase and installation, up to $2,000, and non-profits or government organizations are eligible for a rebate of 50% of the cost of EVSE purchase and installation, up to $4,000. Qualified EVSE must be level 2 or DC fast charging stations, publicly available for at least 8 hours a day, and located in targeted locations that do not currently have EVSE. Additional restrictions apply, and program participants must apply for the rebate before EVSE installation.
For more information and rebate request forms, see the ChargeUP! Sarasota website.
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Tax Credit State Incentive
An eligible business enterprise may claim an income tax credit for the purchase or lease of qualified EVSE provided that the EVSE is located in the state and accessible to the public. The amount of the credit is 10% of the cost of the EVSE, up to $2,500. For more information, see Georgia Department of Natural Resources Alternative Fuels and Tax Credits https://epd.georgia.gov/air/alternative-fuels-and-tax-credits.
EVSE Rebate – Georgia Power Utility Incentive
In Georgia, the state legislature ended the $5000 credit for BEVs in 2016, but is currently evaluating new incentives for vehicles and charging equipment. Georgia Power residential customers may qualify for a $250 rebate for each new Residential charger purchased and installed.
Rebates available for installations completed between January 1, 2018, and December 31, 2018, subject to all terms and conditions available online at www.georgiapower.com/ev.
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates State Incentive
The Charging Station Rebate Program offers rebate incentives for those who buy electric vehicle charging stations—either for residential or commercial purposes. This is a first come, first serve incentive, so be sure to request additional info to learn more about eligibility.
Consult the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity for the latest on money-saving rebates for EV charging equipment and specifics on electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) rebates.
NIPSCO – Residential Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Credit and Charging Utility Incentive
NIPSCO’s IN-Charge At Home Electric Vehicle Program (Program) offers a reduced rate for plug-in electric vehicle charging during off-peak hours for those enrolled in the Program. The Program is in effect until December 31, 2018.
For more information, see the NIPSCO IN-Charge Electric Vehicle Program website.
EV Charging Rate Incentive: Utility Incentive (Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL)
Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL) offers special plug-in EV charging rates for residential and fleet customers who own a licensed electric or plug-in electric vehicle.
The Alliant Energy Level 2 Home Charger Rebate offers rebates of $500 for Level 2 EV chargers. Rebates are available for Alliant Energy residential electric customers in Iowa and Wisconsin. The charger must be purchased and installed between April 1, 2016 and March 31, 2017. Applications are accepted on a first-come first serve basis until rebate funds are exhausted.
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Individuals may receive a state tax credit for up to 36% for the purchase and installation of an electric vehicle charging station. This tax credit effective until June 30, 2018.
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The Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Rebate Program offers a rebate of up to 50% of the purchase and installation cost of an EV charging station (capped at $900) for residential customers. The rebate is available until June 30, 2017.
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The Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale Electric Company (MMWEC) and participating Massachusetts municipal light plants are offering free or discounted ChargePoint Home charging stations to those signed up for the Scheduled Charging Program.
Hudson Light and Power Department (HLPD) is offering a residential EV charging rebate for Energy Star certified, networked Level 2 chargers. HLPD customers will receive an account credit of 50% of the project cost up to $250, per calendar year. Customers are required to provide the original receipt, energy guide label, and proof of primary residence where the charger is installed. The program is open until all funds are exhausted.
Indiana Michigan Power is offering a $2,500 incentive to offset the cost of installing a home charging station to the first 250 qualified plug-in electric vehicle owners in the Michigan service area. To find out more, call the utility at 1-800-311-6424 prior to installation of the charging station.
Residential customers of Dakota Electric may be eligible for a $500 rebate for a qualified Level 1 or Level 2 home charger.
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The Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit is available to Missouri taxpayers for 20% or up to $1,500 for individuals of the cost of a charging station. The tax credit is authorized through January 1, 2018 but is subject to annual funding appropriations.
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New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) EV Charging Rate State Incentive
New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC), which serves some 84,000 homes and businesses in 115 communities, has become the first utility in the state to offer discounted off-peak rates to EV drivers.
According to NHEC, the owner of an EV such as the Chevrolet Bolt who drives 16,000 miles a year can save about $20 a month by charging during off-peak times.
NHEC is also offering rebates of up to $1,000 to members who purchase or lease qualified EVs, and rebates of up to $300 to residential members who install Level 2 EV charging stations. The rebates will help offset the cost of installing a second electric meter that records EV charging usage and enables members to take advantage of the off-peak charging rate.
Install an Electric Vehicle Charging Station and make your business a destination. Earn an incentive up to $2500 per station! Electric vehicle owners are loyal! 25% of NHEC members surveyed who own Electric Vehicles said that they are more likely to patronize businesses that have public charging stations. To learn more go to https://www.nhec.com/rebates-incentives.
“The auto industry is changing rapidly and we see tremendous potential in the growth of EV ownership,” said Craig Snow, NHEC Vice President of Member Services. “At the same time, it’s important to manage this new source of electric load in ways that benefit co-op members, the regional electric grid and the environment.”
For more information visit: https://www.nhec.com/drive-electric
It Pays to Plug In Workplace Charging Grants State Incentive
Employees spend one-third of their day with their car sitting in the parking lot while working. This makes workplaces ideal locations for electric vehicle owners to charge throughout the workday. The Charging Pyramid on the bottom right shows the places electric vehicle drivers charge the most and the commonly used charging infrastructure.
The Workplace Charging Grant Program provides grants to employers to offset the cost of purchasing and installing electric vehicle charging stations. This program is designed to support and encourage employees to purchase and drive electric vehicles to work, which reduces vehicle emissions.
Upon completion of work in accordance with the eligibility criteria, NJDEP will reimburse each applicant as follows:
Up to $250 per Level 1 charging station; and
Up to $5,000 per Level 2 charging station.
For more information visit: http://www.drivegreen.nj.gov/programs.html
PSE&G Workplace Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Program Utility Incentive
Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) provides free EVSE to companies in their service territory for the purpose of workplace charging. EVSE is available on a first-come, first-served basis to companies that secure a commitment from at least five employees who will use a plug-in electric vehicle for their commute. PSE&G will own the EVSE and collect usage data. For more information, see the PSE&G website.
Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit State Incentive
An income tax credit is available for 50% of the cost of alternative fueling infrastructure, up to $5,000. Qualifying infrastructure includes electric vehicle supply equipment and equipment to dispense fuel that is 85% or more natural gas, propane, or hydrogen. Unused credits may be carried over into future tax years.
For additional information, including information on how to claim the credit, please see the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance page.
New York Zero-Emission Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure Rebates State Incentive
A total of up to $1,250,000 will be available for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment infrastructure. Costs incurred by a municipality to provide charging stations that offer Level 2 networked EVSE or Direct Current Fast Charging service are eligible for rebates up to $8,000 per port or $32,000 per pedestal. A match equal to 20 percent of the rebate request is required.
For questions about municipal clean vehicle/ZEV infrastructure rebates, email ZEVrebate@dec.ny.gov or contact DEC’s Office of Climate Change
at (518) 402-8448.
The Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit is a one-time income tax credit available through January 1, 2020 to individuals for up to 75% of the cost of an electric vehicle charging station project. Tax credits can be claimed on multiple properties although some restrictions apply.
Alternative Fueling Infrastructure Tax Credit for Residents State Incentive
Through the Residential Energy Tax Credit program, qualified residents may receive a tax credit for 25% of alternative fuel infrastructure project costs, up to $750. Qualified residents may receive a tax credit for 50% of project costs, up to $750. Qualified alternative fuels include electricity, natural gas, gasoline blended with at least 85% ethanol (E85), propane, and other fuels that the Oregon Department of Energy approves. A company that constructs a dwelling in Oregon and installs fueling infrastructure in the dwelling may claim the credit. Qualified infrastructure must be installed to meet all federal, state, and local codes and be capable of fueling or charging an alternative fuel vehicle within 14 hours. This credit is available through December 31, 2017.
For more information, including a list of eligible equipment and a link to the application, please see the Oregon Department of Energy Residential Energy Tax Credit website.
Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) and Infrastructure Tax Credit for Businesses State Incentive
Business owners and others may be eligible for a tax credit of 35% of eligible costs for qualified alternative fuel infrastructure projects, or the incremental or conversion cost of two or more AFVs. Qualified infrastructure includes facilities for mixing, storing, compressing, or dispensing fuels for vehicles operating on alternative fuels. Qualified alternative fuels include electricity, natural gas, gasoline blended with at least 85% ethanol (E85), propane, and other fuels that the Oregon Department of Energy (ODOE) approves. Unused credits may be carried forward up to five years. Non-profit organizations and public entities that do not have an Oregon tax liability may receive the credit for an eligible project but must “pass-through” or transfer their project eligibility to a pass-through partner in exchange for a lump-sum cash payment. ODOE determines the rate that is used to calculate the cash payment. The pass-through option is also available to a project owner with an Oregon tax liability who chooses to transfer their tax credit.
The credit is available through December 31, 2018. (Reference Oregon Revised Statutes 315.336, 469B.320, and 469B.323)
Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) and Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebates State Incentives
The Charge Up! program provides rebates to state and municipal agencies for the purchase and installation of publicly accessible Level 2 or DC fast chargers. Agencies are eligible for up to $60,000 in incentives for EVSE that are installed and operational on or after July 1, 2016. Agencies that install EVSE also qualify for up to $15,000 to support the purchase or lease of a new PEV acquired on or after July 1, 2016, as part of their public sector fleet. For more information, see the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources Charge Up! website.
For Town of Warren: Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates: The town of Warren may allow excise tax exemptions of up to $100 for qualified AFVs registered in Warren.
Austin Energy Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Utility Incentive
Plug-in electric vehicle owners in the Austin Energy service area may be eligible for a rebate of 50% of the cost to purchase and install a qualified Level 2 EVSE. The maximum rebate amount is $1,500.
For additional information, see the Austin Energy Plug-In Partners website.
Electric Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure and Battery Tax Exemptions State Incentives
Public lands used for installing, maintaining, and operating EV infrastructure are exempt from leasehold excise taxes until January 1, 2020. Additionally, the state sales and use taxes do not apply to plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) batteries; labor and services for installing, repairing, altering, or improving PEV batteries and EV infrastructure; and the sale of property used for EV infrastructure. (Reference Revised Code of Washington 82.29A.125, 82.08.816, and 82.12.816)
Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Infrastructure Funding Program: The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has developed a pilot funding program to strengthen and expand the West Coast Electric Highway network by deploying direct current (DC) fast charging infrastructure along highway corridors in Washington. The WSDOT will implement the first phase of the pilot program July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2019.
Alliant Energy Workplace and Public Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Utility Incentive
Alliant Energy offers a rebate to commercial and industrial customers who purchase and install Level 2 EVSE for use by their employees or the public. The rebate is $1,000 for the purchase of a single connector EVSE, and $1,500 for a dual connector EVSE. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, including eligibility requirements and how to apply, see the Alliant Energy rebates website.
Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities (YTCC) Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Utility/Private Incentive
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.