EV Charging Tax Credits and Rebates


What’s better than increasing your ROI and satisfying your customers by introducing EV charging solutions through EV Connect? Getting paid to go green thanks to the variety of EV charging tax credit opportunities available.


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A variety of resources exist for identifying charging station tax incentives and rebates for commercial and retail charging. This is a current list of incentives in the North American market.  It is not an exhaustive list, but it does provide a resource of major incentives in key markets and states. At the end of the list, we have provided a handful of other digital resources you may utilize for further research.

Federal EV Charging Tax Credit

At the federal level, our EV charging solutions can make you eligible for an EV charger rebate known as the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit. With this credit, a business’ electricity-related infrastructure and fueling equipment can receive a 30% tax credit up to $30,000.

Besides the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit, another EV charging tax credit option is available to you if we install an EV charging station. It can be obtained through the Partnership for Sustainable Communities. The entities involved in this partnership include the Department of Transportation, and the Department Housing and Urban Development.


If you live in California, a number of EV charger rebate opportunities are available. The following municipalities offer rebates for charging stations:

  • San Joaquin Valley
  • Pasadena
  • Northern Sonoma County
  • Burbank
  • Bay Area
  • Anaheim

California Reimbursements

The rebates may range from $400 for commercial Level 2 stations in Pasadena to a high of $5,000 for each Level 2 single port station as well as $6,000 for each dual port station in San Joaquin Valley. In fact, you may apply for as much as $50,000 per year in San Joaquin Valley. The reimbursements are available first come first served. Meanwhile, in the Bay Area, you could apply for as much as $600,000 based on your stations’ sizes and how many you have.

Additionally, if your company is located in the Los Angeles area, you could also tap into as much as $1,000 in rebates available through the city’s department of power and water, if this department is your service provider. At EV Connect, we can assist you during the application process for these rebate funds.

Other States

Several other states also offer EV charging tax credit opportunities across the United States. Noteworthy states include the following:

  • Washington
  • Utah
  • Texas
  • Oklahoma
  • New Jersey
  • Massachusetts
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Colorado

Each state and municipality has its own unique offering. For example, in Washington, D.C., you can receive a $10,000 income tax credit per public charging station through December 2026. Meanwhile, in Oklahoma, an infrastructure tax credit is available to any corporation for up to three-fourths of an EV charging station project’s cost. This particular EV charging tax credit can be pursued through January of 2020.

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