Charging Stations

Free Charging Station for Participants

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If you purchase a battery electric vehicle (BEV) or a plug-in hybrid (PHEV), you are eligible to receive a free Level 2 charging station installed in your home by our partners at GRID Alternatives, up to $2,000 value. How you choose to charge your electric vehicle usually depends on your living situation and driving habits.

The only requirement to be eligible for an electric vehicle charging station is that you purchase a battery electric vehicle (BEV) or a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) with a Clean Vehicle Assistance Program grant. Plug-in hybrids are eligible for a charging station grant if they were purchased on or after June 1, 2019.  To redeem a charging station, you must also have a home and parking space that meets the technical requirements for installation. Not sure if your home qualifies? We can help!

Types of Charging Stations

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Level 1

The charging cord that comes with the vehicle will plug into any 3-pronged socket. It will usually charge a plug-in hybrid vehicle overnight but will take longer to charge a battery electric vehicle.

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Level 2

A dedicated home charging unit that will charge your electric vehicle overnight. These charges use more power, like a stove or clothes dryer, so upgrades to your main electrical service panel may be required.

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DC Fast Chargers

Public charging stations that can charge your electric vehicle while you’re in the grocery store or at a restaurant.

How to Get a Free Charging Station

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Our partners at GRID Alternatives are helping bring charging stations to grant recipients’ homes. The charging stations will be free and GRID will help you manage the installation, up to a $2,000 value.

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1. Purchase a battery electric vehicle or plug-in hybrid with a Clean Vehicle Assistance grant

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2. Complete a quick home-readiness survey

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3. Meet with GRID for an in-person site visit

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4. Schedule your installation with GRID

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