Member Agency Light-Duty Vehicle Electrification Program

Are you a CCCE Member Agency?

Member agencies are the 33 cities and counties that have joined the Central Coast Community Energy Joint Powers Authority and have been approved by the Policy Board of Directors.
  1. Download Application .xls File
  2. Complete as much information as you are able. We will contact you to facilitate completing the application. 
  3. Email the .xls file and any questions to:
  4. This program is scheduled to close September 30, 2022.

Program Walkthrough


Step 1

Purchase your electric vehicle(s), EV charger(s), or complete your EV readiness project – or – Skip this step and reserve funds for future purchases/projects within October 1, 2021 – November 15, 2022.


Step 2

Submit online application with all relevant supporting documentation (See Applicant Checklist below)


Step 3

CCCE processes your application and will notify you of your application status via (may take 45 days or more)


Step 4

If you reserved funds, complete your purchase(s) or project(s) – Skip this step if completed in Step 1


Step 5

Receive your rebate check in the mail!

Rebate Amounts & Incentive Level Eligibility

*No limit on the amount of EV’s or motorcycles
**Member Agencies are eligible to apply for up to 5 EV Charger projects (sites). Each project (site) must be a separate location and include a minimum of 2 EV chargers. Projects may receive a maximum of up to $20,000: $10,000 for EV Chargers and $10,000 for EV Readiness.

Applicant Eligibility

Electric Vehicle (EV)

EV Charger

EV Readiness

*  Good Standing is defined as $0 account balance on their PG&E bill for CCCE energy generation charges. CCCE will review the financial standing of each customer. If a commercial customer is over 17 day past due on their account, CCCE staff will notify the customer that they must pay their CCCE charges in full in order to access the particular energy program. CCCE staff will hold the spot for the potential applicant during the period of the program and will grant the customer access to funding once the customer has furnished a record of full payment.

Rebate Eligibility


  • Rebates can be applied for together or independently in no particular order.
  • Already purchased and/or installations must be made between October 1, 2021, and September 30, 2022.
  • For future planned purchases of Member Agency fleet vehicles, purchase of EV Chargers, or EV Readiness projects funding must be identified by a Member Agency in their fiscal year budget and/or via an EV fleet procurement policy with annual targets.
  • Reservation of funds will be committed through a Letter of Intent provided to applicant.

Electric Vehicle (EV)

  • Minimum purchasing threshold for reservation: Purchase of three (3) or more vehicles.
  • Vehicle(s) (no limit) must be registered with the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to an address enrolled in CCCE service
  • New or used vehicles must be one of the following vehicle types:
    1. New or Used Battery Electric Vehicles “(BEV”)
    2. Electric Motorcycles (new only)
  • Used vehicles must meet the following requirements:
    1. Must be 8 model years old or newer (e.g. Year 2021 = 2014 or newer).
    2. Less than 75,000 original miles.
    3. No modifications to chassis or emission control systems.
    4. Clean Title. (Cannot be salvaged).
    5. No Open Recalls. (Open recalls must show proof of repairs).

EV Charger

  • Minimum purchasing threshold for reservation: Purchase minimum of two (2)  Level-2 EV Chargers.
  • Maximum purchasing threshold for reservation: 5 projects maximum per Member Agency.
  • Must be Level 2 EV Charger(s) (no limit) (requires 240-volt power source)
  • Must be Wi-Fi enabled (“networked”).
  • Must be purchased new (not refurbished).
  • Must be certified by Underwriters Laboratory Inc. (“UL Listed”).

EV Readiness

  • Maximum purchasing threshold for reservation: 5 projects maximum per Member Agency.
  • Electrical work must be completed at the time of application submittal.
  • The installer must be authorized to perform electrical/installation work, as defined by the Authority Having Jurisdiction building guidelines.
  • May include materials and labor that occur in anticipation of or during installation of EV Charger – receptacles, J-boxes, conduit, smart splitters, electrical service panel upgrades and replacements, and more.

Applicant Checklist

To ensure a seamless application process, please ensure you have the following documents on hand before applying

Electric Vehicle (EV)

EV Charger

EV Readiness

Additional Rebates

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