EV Charger Rebates and Incentives

Find out how much you can save on your home EV charger installation with our free tool. Simply type in your zip code and see if you qualify for rebates and incentives in your area. Or check out the Department of Energy website.

Frequently Asked Questions – Home EV Charger Rebates and Incentives

The cost of installing a level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charger at home can vary significantly, depending on factors such as the make and model of the charger, the type of installation required (hardwired vs. NEMA 14-50), and any additional components or accessories needed. Generally, EV charger installation costs can range from $500 to $2,000, with the biggest expense being an upgrade to your existing electrical panel, if necessary.

Try typing in your ZIP code in the tool on this page. Rebates and incentives for 240V EV chargers are constantly changing, so if you’re uncertain, don’t hesitate to contact Peak EV Solutions. We’ll help ensure that you take advantage of all available savings.

There are many rebates and incentives available through Federal, State, Local, and Utility programs. To check your eligibility, use our EV charger rebates and incentives search tool. Also, it’s important to keep in mind that some programs require chargers to be UL and/or Energy Star certified.

Yes, we recommend that you buy a UL and/or Energy Star certified charger. UL is an independent testing lab that certifies the safety of products and systems. Most local building codes and electrical codes require that all electric vehicle chargers be UL certified before they can be used. Energy Star certified EV chargers provide the same functionality as non-certified products but use 40% less energy in standby mode, reducing their impact on the environment.

It depends on your location but many times you can combine multiple rebates and incentives for EV charger installation, if eligible, but be sure to review the terms and conditions of each program. For more information, input your ZIP code into our tool above and explore the various options near you.

Yes, in order to qualify to become a Peak Certified Installer our electricians must participate in all available rebates and incentive programs. To date, we have helped our clients save thousands of dollars on their installation. For some programs, the savings come at the point of sale, and for others, they require that the homeowner apply for it. Don’t worry though, Peak EV Solutions guide you on the steps.

Find valuable information on our Rebates page about level 2 electric vehicle (EV) chargers in Denver and Colorado as a whole. Rebates and incentives for EV chargers are constantly changing, so if you’re uncertain, don’t hesitate to contact Peak EV Solutions. We’ll help ensure that you take advantage of all available savings.

If you are an Xcel Energy customer, you may be eligible for their EV charger savings program. Visit their website to learn more. Potential cities include Adams City, Arvada, Aurora, Avondale, Beulah Valley, Boulder, Bow Mar, Broomfield, Calhan, Castle Rock, Centennial, Cherry Hills Village, Colorado City, Columbine, Commerce City, Denver, Dupont, Eastlake, Edgewater, Englewood, Federal Heights, Fountain, Foxfield, Franktown, Glendale, Golden, Grant Ranch, Green Mountain Falls, Greenwood Village, Henderson, Highlands Ranch, Ken Caryl, Lafayette, Lakeside, Lakewood, Littleton, Lone Tree, Louisville, Louviers, Lowry, Manitou Springs, Monclair, Montbello, Monument, Morrison, Mountain View, Northglenn, Palmer Lake, Parker, Penrose, Pueblo, Pueblo West, Ramah, Roxborough, Salt Creek, Security-Widefield, Sheridan, St. Charles, Superior, Thornton, Vineland, Westminster, and Wheat Ridge.

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