electric vehicle (ev) charging tax incentives
Initiatives & Incentives
Numerous federal and state incentives in the form of initiatives, tax credits/exemptions, rebates, grants, or loans are both driving citizens to purchase electric vehicles and the private sector to invest in charging infrastructure.
why government is investing in
EV charging infrastructure.
initiatives & incentives
Take advantage of federal and state electric vehicle (EV) charging tax incentives.
Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit IRS 8911
With the Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Refueling Property Credit IRS 8911, US businesses are eligible for 30% off their entire EV charging infrastructure purchase (up to $30k per location).
Clean Cities Coalition
A US Department of Energy program to “support the nation’s energy and economic security by building partnerships to advance affordable domestic transportation fuels, energy efficient mobility systems, and other fuel-saving technologies and practices.” By 2018, coalition activities prevented 5 million carbon dioxide-equivalent tons by securing hundreds of millions in funding to complete hundreds of EV infrastructure projects across the US.
Workplace Charging Challenge
A U.S. Department of Energy program with the goal of partnering with 500 employers committed to providing their employees with access to charging. By 2016, more than 600 workplaces had installed over 5,500 charging stations accessible to nearly one million employees. In addition to direct partners, more than 200 other employers also began to offer charging, suggesting that the Challenge was a catalyst for the growth of workplace charging even beyond direct participants.