Energy Efficiency Credit Program

2022 Program
Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment

Incentive – Level 2 (no network capability)

     Eligibility includes:

          Residential. (limit of 2 chargers per customer account)

          Commercial (private fleet).

          Public (no fees for energy).

    Tri-State Incentive:

          50% of total equipment and electric installation costs up to $500 for non-managed chargers.

          50% of total equipment and installation costs up to $1,000 for member system managed chargers.

    All equipment and installation costs are required to be on one application to be eligible for rebate

    Itemized receipt with EV charging equipment and electric service installation details including model numbers and cost

    Member system is responsible for verification of installation

    Consumer ensures that all local and national building and electrical codes are met

    Communication equipment costs associated with managed charging for the member can be included with electrical installation

    costs if the member is participating in a member systems managed charging program that allows for the equipment to be curtailed during an outage or weather event.

    Member system managed can be defined as either an established demand response (direct control) or TOU rate control

Incentive – Level 2 (with network capability)

     Public accessible installations only – private installations do not qualify.

     Tri-State Incentive:

          50% of EV charging equipment and electric service installation up to $1,000.

     Itemized receipt

     Member system responsible for verification of installation

     Consumer ensures that all local and national building and electrical codes are met

     EV charging equipment is required to be network capable.

     One rebate per installed charger; multiple charge connectors/ports associated with a single charger do not qualify for multiple rebates

Incentive – Direct Current Fast Charger

     Public accessible installations only.

     Tri-State Incentive:

     50% of EV charging equipment and electric service installation costs up to $3,000 for 50-75 kW max station output.

     50% of EV charging equipment and electric service installation costs up to $5,000 for 76-149 kW max station output

     50% of EV charging equipment and electric service installation costs up to $7,500 for 150 & above kW peak output

     Itemized receipt with EV charging equipment and electric service installation including model number and cost

     Member system responsible for verification of installation

     Consumer ensures that all local and national building and electrical codes are met

     EV charging equipment is required to be network capable.     

     One rebate per installed charger; multiple charge connectors/ports associated with charger do not qualify for multiple rebates

     Maximum station output is defined as a single stations output capability, and excludes paired stations, which should be submitted as 2 units.