Electric Vehicle Home Wiring Rebates – Denver Rebates for EV Charging August – 2023
Charging an electric vehicle (EV) with a Level 1 charging cable can take a long time. EV owners interested in charging faster can consider installing a Level 2 charger at their home. The EV Charging Home Wiring Rebate provides 80% of the project cost, up to $1,000 to assist with installing either an Energy Star Certified Level 2 EV Charger, a home Tesla charger, or a Ford Charge Station Pro.
If you are interested in renting an EV charger from Xcel and using a rebate to cover installation and wiring costs, you can sign up to participate in Xcel’s EV Accelerate at Home program.
V2B or Bidirectional Charging Rebates – Denver Rebates for EV Charging August – 2023
Several “Vehicle 2 Home” or “bidirectional” chargers are coming onto the market in 2023, allowing fully-charged EVs to discharge their battery and return power to a home when needed. Bidirectional chargers open up the potential for:
- Plugged-in EVs provide power back to the electrical grid at peak times to help keep up with electrical demand. This avoids bringing extra fossil fuel generating stations online.
- Extra power for the home during a power outage (helpful to keep a fridge or essential medical equipment running)
If you’re interested in being a trailblazer, you can apply for up to $2,000 to cover installation costs. You can work with any of our registered contractors to install this equipment.
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