Home EV Charger

Charge Your Ride - Home EV Charger Rebate Program

Have you recently purchased or leased an EV, and looking to conveniently charge at home?
 

Now is a great time to install an EV charger
even if you don’t yet own an EV. 

 
This energy program covers a majority of the cost for equipment and offers extra incentives for income-qualified residential customers and affordable housing multi-family properties. 
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Did You Know?

  • It costs less to charge your car with electricity than to fill it with gas and EVs have little to no maintenance costs (no more oil changes and smogs!)
  • Charging your EV during the day ensures you’re charging with a high percentage of renewable energy
  • Electrifying your ride reduces local GHG emissions, cleaning the air and water on our beautiful Central Coast
3CE understands that making the switch to electrifying our transportation and buildings may include updating or replacing electrical panels on older buildings. 3CE is providing funding for electrical work as part of this home EV charger rebate program. Please see details below.
 
This program helps you conveniently charge your EV at home AND gets your home ready for other electrification opportunities by supporting panel upgrades and replacements. Program funding will be reserved on a first-come first served basis until the total $295,000 is subscribed. 
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EV Charger Base Rebate:
Level 2 EV Charger Rebate: $400 and
Electrical work rebate up to $2,000

EV Charger Income-qualified Rebate: 
Up to 100% of project cost including Level 2 Charger and Electrical work up to $10,000
 

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Do You Need Electrical Work? 
3CE is funding electrical work needed to install an EV charger in addition to the EV charger incentives.
Older homes may need light electrical work, a panel upgrade or full panel replacement to support an EV charger which also allows for other future appliance electrification opportunities. 
 

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EV Charger Base Rebate:
Level 2 EV Charger Rebate for up to three chargers $1,000 each and
Electrical work rebate up to $7,000 (max 70% of project cost)

EV Charger Income-qualified Rebate: 
Up to 100% of project cost including Level 2 Charger and Electrical work up to $10,000
 

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Do You Need Electrical Work? 
3CE is funding electrical work needed to install an EV charger in addition to the EV charger incentives.
Older homes may need light electrical work, a panel upgrade or full panel replacement to support an EV charger which also allows for other future appliance electrification opportunities. 
 

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Applications will be received from April 22. 2021 through September 30, 2021

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Research! 

  • Review the Charge Your Ride Program website and design doc
  • Ensure you/your building is enrolled in 3CE electric service
  • Select eligible EV charging equipment that works with your vehicle 
    • (must be WiFi enabled, Open ADR 2.0 or equivalent compatible). 
 

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Contact a professional

  • Seek quotes from local qualified installers, if necessary.
  • Be sure to obtain any necessary permits for electrical work.

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Complete EV charger installation

  • Ensure your EV charger is activated and connected to power

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Collect your documentation  

 Please review documentation requirements for rebate eligibility within the  application

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Complete your 3CE Charge Your Ride Applications 

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Receive Your Rebate!

Electrify Your Ride - EV Incentives Available Now:

If you haven’t purchased or leased an EV yet, great news! You can save thousands when you electrify your ride and charge your ride with 3CE incentivesClick here to view our EV incentives webpage. EV Incentive program is accepting applications now through June 30, 2021 or when funding is fully subscribed.