Looking to join the growing number of electric vehicle (EV) drivers in Denver and ditch the gas pump? While the environmental benefits are a no-brainer, the upfront cost of installing a home charger can be a hurdle. This article is here to help you navigate the financial side of things! Explore Denver rebates for EV charging April 2024!

County Program – Denver Climate Action Residential EV Chargers

Vehicle to Building (Bi-Directional) EV Charger

$200 per Charger
Capped at 80% of Project Cost

The charger must be able to charge an electric car battery from the power grid and also be able to send stored power from the car battery back to the grid.

Residential Level 2 Home Wiring Rebate

$500 per Charger
Capped at 80% of Project Cost

Rebates with existing pre-approvals completed prior to January 1, 2024 will be honored at $1000.

Must be an Energy Star Certified Level 2 EV Charger, Tesla Home Charger, or Ford Charge Station Pro. Must be installed by a licensed electrician registered with the Climate Action Rebate Program. Must be a customer of Xcel Energy and the incentive can be combined with Xcel’s charger rental program. Existing homes only.

Learn more about Denver Rebates for EV Charging April 2024 here.

Utility Program – Xcel Energy EV Accelerate At Home

Residential Level 2 Charger

Rebate Varies
Capped at 100% of Project Cost

Customers can choose to either rent or buy a charger from Xcel Energy. Xcel will then install and maintain the charger. Customers are also eligible for a special off-peak charging rate. The charger must be on the program’s approved list. Included chargers are ChargePoint and Enel X.

Learn more about Denver Rebates for EV Charging April 2024 – Utility Program here.

Federal Program – Federal EV Charger Tax Credit

EV Charger Tax Credit Residential

$1,000 per Site
Capped at 30% of Project Cost

The federal tax credit, often referred to as the 30C tax credit, covers 30% of an EV charging station, necessary equipment, and installation costs. For residential installations, the IRS caps the tax credit at $1,000. You claim the credit on your Federal tax return by completing a form 8911. The Inflation Reduction Act extended this tax credit through 12/31/2032.

Learn more here.

Rebate and Incentives Tool

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