Incentives In California

Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging

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Anaheim Public Utility

Anaheim Public Utilities (APU) is offering Public Access Electric Vehicle Charging Station Rebates to commercial, industrial, and municipal customers who install a Level 2 (240-Volt) or higher plug-in electric vehicle (EV) chargers at locations accessible to patrons, multi-family dwelling residents, commuters and visitors. Under this program, customers will be reimbursed for out-of-pocket expenses up to $5,000 per charging station for public access locations, or $10,000 for school, affordable housing, or publicly accessible DC fast plug-in locations (maximum of 10 charging stations). Eligible expenses include the charger purchase price and installation costs. In addition to the rebate, APU will cover the City’s building permit application fee for the EV charger.

This is an incentive based program to encourage local entities within the Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (AVAQMD) to install electric vehicle charging stations to offer public options for electric vehicle charging. This program will reimburse District Board approved projects up to 80 percent of the total costs of infrastructure, charging equipment and installation where the maximum funding amount is determined by meeting general criteria.

This program offers funding for up to 50% of the eligible costs of infrastructure and installation of an EV charging station. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until program funds are exhausted.

City of Burbank Water And Power

Residential and commercial customers who install a Level 2 (240V) EV charger are eligible for a rebate from BWP. Applicant must be an active BWP electric customer or charge their vehicle at a location with an active BWP electric account.

This program promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure for the purchase and installation of eligible Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties – with a total of $7 million in available funds. The program offers reimbursements of up to $5,500 per Level 2 charger. The DC Fast Charger incentive under this program is fully subscribed.

This program provides up to $50,000 for eligible applicants to install Level 2 or higher public, fleet, or workplace charging stations. There is $250,000 available and applications are due February 26, 2021.

GWP offers rebates of up to $500 for residential customers and up to $4000 for commercial or multi-family customers. For questions regarding the Charging Station Rebates.

The Charge Up LA! program has been updated to help accelerate electric transportation adoption throughout Los Angeles. Rebates are available to help offset the cost of installing commercial charging equipment, including:

  • Level 2 charging station rebates to charge light-duty EVs of up to $5,000 per charging station if deployed in a Disadvantaged Community.

  • Direct current fast chargers (DCFCs) rebates to charge light-duty EVs of up to $75,000 per charging station depending on power output.

  • Charging station rebates to charge medium- and heavy-duty EVs of up to $125,000 per charging station depending on power output.

MCEv is now offering a larger charging rebate for workplace and multifamily properties to help you save significantly on hardware and installation costs.


Plus, MCEv is offering free technical assistance for the first 40 projects, providing you with an EV charging expert and electrician to help make your project a reality.


MCEv charging rebate and technical assistance is available on a first-come, first-served basis so don’t wait!

This incentive based program is intended to encourage local entities within the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District (MDAQMD) to install electric vehicle charging stations to offer public options for electric vehicle charging. This program will reimburse District Board approved projects up to 80 percent of the total costs of infrastructure, charging equipment and installation where the maximum funding amount is determined by meeting general criteria.

The Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program (Carl Moyer Program) provides incentive grants for cleaner-than-required engines, equipment, and other sources of pollution providing early or extra emission reductions. Eligible projects include cleaner on-road, marine, and agricultural sources. Projects may include engine re-powers, the purchase of new vehicles using alternative fuels, and engine retrofit devices approved by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). The District implements the program from funding received from CARB.

This program supports level 2 and DC fast chargers in a variety of installation configurations based on a fleet operator’s needs. Eligible customers may be able to receive 50% of the cost of an eligible charging station up to $42,000. They also offer incentives to build out the necessary infrastructure to convert to an electric fleet with rebates ranging from $4,000 up to $9,000 for eligible vehicles.

A $3,000 rebate for the installation of a smart Level 2 (240V) charging station for commercial, workplace, multi-unit dwelling (MUD), and fleet customers is available for a limited time.


The $3,000 rebate applies to each port of a multiple port charger, as long as each user is able to charge simultaneously at full capacity. If charging capacity is reduced when multiple ports are in use - the additional rebate does not apply per port.

allows property owners to borrow funds to pay for energy improvements, including purchasing and installing EVSE. The borrower repays over a defined period of time through a special assessment on the property. Local governments in California are authorized to establish PACE programs. Property owners must agree to the program guidelines to receive financing. Financing available for up to 15% of the first $700,000 of the property value and 10% of the remaining property value.

This State of California program promotes easy access to zero-emission vehicle infrastructure by originally offering $14 million in rebates for the purchase and installation of eligible Electric Vehicle (EV) chargers in Sacramento County. $3.3 million in rebates is available for Level 2 EV chargers currently, and incentive monies for DC fast chargers are fully subscribed.

Take advantage of incentives for your commercial vehicles including light-duty cars, trucks or semi-tractors. Plus, electric vehicle charging installations for customers, tenants or employees are eligible for incentives ranging from $1,500 for each level 2 EV charger port to $80,000 per DC Fast Charger.

The SLO County APCD's Alt Fuel Infrastructure Grant Program provides funding for Electric Vehicle Charging and Natural Gas Fueling Stations in San Luis Obispo County. 


This is a first-come, first-serve program and $60,000 is currently available for new, conversion of existing, and expansion to existing non-residential EV Charging and Natural Gas Fueling Stations. 

San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project

Funding is displayed in real time for the San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project with a total funding of over $15.3 million across the three counties shown below.


Provisionally reserved funds represent applications that are currently under review to move to reserved funds.

The District is currently accepting applications for its Charge Up! Program. This Program provides funding for public agencies, businesses, and property owners of multi-unit dwellings (i.e. apartment complexes, condominiums, etc.) in the San Joaquin Valley to install electric vehicle (EV) chargers. These chargers will support existing EV owners and encourage the growth of the clean technology in the Valley.

Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) is offering incentives of $10,000 per charger on top of state incentives for electric vehicle fast chargers. The goal of this program is to accelerate electric vehicle (EV) adoption by residents of multi-unit dwelling (MUD) developments in SVCE territory. Nearly half of residents in our area live in apartments, but many apartment buildings face challenges in installing on-site EV charging. SVCE is thus providing additional funding for DC fast chargers that these MUD residents can conveniently access to help them make the switch to an EV.

In support California’s zero-emission policies, the Charge Ready Program is making the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations easier and more cost-effective for businesses and properties in our service territory.