Electrify Your Ride – Residential

Are You A Resident?

Residential customers reside in a house, apartment, mobile home, or other place that identifies as a place of residence and is enrolled in CCCE electricity service.

Walkthrough
1

Purchase your electric vehicle, e-bike, EV charger, and/or complete your EV Readiness project within October 1, 2021 – September 15, 2022.

2

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

3

CCCE processes your application and will notify you of your application status via programs@3ce.org (may take 45 days or more)

4

Receive your rebate check in the mail!

Amounts & Eligibility

Base Definition: All residents enrolled in CCCE.
Tier 1 Definition: Income Qualified Residents within 201% – 400% of the Federal Poverty Line (FPL)
Tier 2 Definition: Income Qualified Residents within 200% of the Federal Poverty Line (FPL)

*Rebates are intended to reimburse 100% of costs up to the rebate amount for each completed purchase and/or project.

**50% of the cost up to $500 for Base Incentive and 75% of the cost up to $1,000 for Tier 1 and 2

Base Incentive

New Vehicle

Battery Electric – $2,000

Plug-In Hybrid – N/A

Electric Motorcycle – $1,000

Used Vehicle

Battery Electric – $1,000

Plug-In Hybrid – N/A

Electric Motorcycle – N/A

EV

EV Charger Rebate – $400

EV Readiness Rebate – Up to $2,000

E-Bike Rebate – Up to $500

Tier 1 Incentive

New Vehicle

Battery Electric – $3,000

Plug-In Hybrid – $2,000

Electric Motorcycle – $2,000

Used Vehicle

Battery Electric – $2,000

Plug-In Hybrid – $1,000

Electric Motorcycle – N/A

EV

EV Charger Rebate – Up to $700*

EV Readiness Rebate – Up to $3,000*

E-Bike Rebate – Up to $1,000**

Tier 2 Incentive

New Vehicle

Battery Electric – $4,000

Plug-In Hybrid – $3,000

Electric Motorcycle – $2,000

Used Vehicle

Battery Electric – $4,000

Plug-In Hybrid – $2,000

Electric Motorcycle – N/A

EV

EV Charger Rebate – Up to $700*

EV Readiness Rebate – Up to $4,000*

E-Bike Rebate – Up to $1,000**

Qualified Customers

This table is based on the adjusted gross annual income from the 2021 Federal Poverty Line (FPL) Guidelines

# of Persons in Household*Tier 1 Incentive Maximum Annual Income**Tier 2 Incentive Maximum Annual Income
1$51,520$25,760
2$69,680$34,840
3$87,840$43,920
4$106,000$53,000
5$124,160$62,080
6$142,320$71,160
7$160,480$80,240
8$178,640$89,320

*Count only yourself plus any spouse and/or dependents you have

Not Enrolled in CARE or FERA?

Rebate Eligibility

General

  • Rebates can be applied for together or independently in no particular order.
  • Purchases and/or installation must be made between October 1, 2021, and September 15, 2022.
  • Residents are eligible to receive one incentive per rebate type. i.e. one EV rebate, one E-bike rebate, one EV Charger rebate, and one EV Readiness rebate.

Electric Vehicle (EV)

  • Vehicle(1) 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. Battery Electric Vehicles (“BEV”)
    2. Plug In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (“PHEV”)
    3. Electric Motorcycles (new only)
  • Used vehicles must meet the following requirements:
    • Must be 8 model years old or newer (e.g. Year 2021 = 2014 or newer).
    • Less than 75,000 original miles.
    • No modifications to chassis or emission control systems.
    • Clean Title. (Cannot be salvaged).
    • No Open Recalls. (Open recalls must show proof of repairs).
Midsection of businessman commuter with electric bicycle traveling from work in city.

E-Bike

  • E-bike must be purchased new.
  • Class 1, 2, and 3 e-bikes are eligible.
  • Additional $100 rebate with proof of purchase from bike store located within CCCE service area.

EV Charger

  • Must be Level 2 EV Charger (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

  • 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.
Checklist

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

Electric car being charged

Electric Vehicle (EV)

  • Valid CA Driver’s License
  • Car Registration (temporary is acceptable)
  • A full copy of the sales/lease agreement

EV Charger

  • Proof of EV Charger purchase (receipt, invoice)

EV Readiness

  • Invoice for time and materials associated with installation
  • If applicable, photo of installed EV Charger
  • If applicable, Contractor license number
Midsection of businessman commuter with electric bicycle traveling from work in city.

E-Bike

  • Proof of e-bike purchase (receipt, invoice)