Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive - Progress Energy

Archived: 05/01/2012

Progress Energy is conducting a pilot program through April 2013 that provides qualified residential customers with Level 2 EVSE. Progress Energy will install the EVSE at the home (covering up to $1,500 in installation costs) and service the equipment for the duration of the pilot. Progress Energy will remotely access the EVSE to collect information to better understand charging habits and the impact on the power grid. At the end of the pilot, participants will be able to keep the EVSE at no additional cost. As of May 2012, the Plugged In Program has reached capacity and is no longer accepting applications. For more information, see the Progress Energy Plugged In Program website.

Jurisdiction: North Carolina

Type: Utility / Private Incentives

Enacted: Mar 31, 2012

Technologies: EVs, PHEVs

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