Electrify Your Ride – Public Agency

Are You a Public Agency?

Public agencies enrolled in CCCE electricity service, commercial and business rates, and serving the public through public funds such as school districts, water districts, wastewater districts or other public entities such as a state, county, district, authority, or municipal officer established by law.


Applicant applies for measures completed within the eligibility window (October 1, 2021 – November 15, 2022)


CCCE Staff processes application for verification, completeness, and eligibility.


Applicant is notified of application approval/rejection via programs@3ce.org.


Payment is issued to successful applicant’s mailing address provided in the application.

Steps 2-4 may take up to 60 days to complete, depending on the application. Please be patient as CCCE Staff processes a high volume of applications. For urgent inquiries, please contact programs@3ce.org.

Amounts & Eligibility

Rebate Amounts & Incentive Level Eligibility

  • Battery Electric – $2,000
  • Electric Motorcycle – $1,000
  • EV Charger(s) – Up to $3,000*
  • EV Readiness – Up to $5,000*

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

Applicant Eligibility

Electric Vehicle (EV)

  • Applicant must be an active customer of CCCE with the associated customer account in Good Standing2
  • A government agency that is serviced by CCCE that is purchasing electric fleet vehicles.

EV Charger

  • Applicant must be an active customer of CCCE with the associated customer account in Good Standing
  • A government agency installing EV Charger for fleets, employee, and/or public use at a site serviced by CCCE.

EV Readiness

  • Applicant must be an active customer of CCCE with the associated customer account in Good Standing
  • A government agency installing electrical upgrades at a site serviced by CCCE to accommodate future EVSE installation for fleets, employee, and/or public use.
Rebate Eligibility


  • Rebates can be applied for together or independently in no particular order
  • Purchases and/or installation must be made between October 1, 2021, and November 15, 2022

Electric Vehicle (EV)

  • Vehicle(s) (up to 5) 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. 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 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

  • Must be Level 2 EV Charger (up to 3) (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.

Electric Vehicle (EV)

  • 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 installation including itemization of all time and/or material costs associated with the installation of the EV Charger
  • If applicable, photo of installed EV Charger
  • If applicable, Contractor license number
  • If applicable, documentation (building permit card) indicating final approval has been issued in accordance with the local building permit process, as required by California Building Standards Code and local ordinance