Recent State Updates

Listed below are new and recently updated state laws, incentives, and regulations related to alternative fuels and advanced vehicles.

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California

High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) and High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lane Exemption – updated 11/13/2020

Compressed natural gas, hydrogen, electric, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles meeting specified California and federal emissions standards and affixed with a California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Clean Air Vehicle sticker may use HOV lanes regardless of the number of occupants in the vehicle. Effective January 1, 2020, DMV issues Clean Air Vehicle stickers to first-time applicants that have a household income at or below 80% of the state median income. Stickers are valid through the following dates:

  • Red stickers issued on or after March 1, 2018, for a vehicle that had previously been issued a sticker between January 1, 2017, and March 1, 2018, expire January 1, 2022;
  • Purple stickers issued between January 1, 2019 and January 1, 2020, expire January 1, 2023; and,
  • Orange stickers issued on or after January 1, 2020, expire January 1, 2024.
The California Department of Transportation must publish a report by June 1, 2023, detailing the number of stickers issued under this program. Vehicles originally issued white or green decals prior to 2017 are no longer eligible to participate in this program. Vehicles with stickers are also eligible for reduced rates on or exemptions from toll charges imposed on HOT lanes. For more information and restrictions, including a list of qualifying vehicles, see the California Air Resources Board Carpool Stickers website.

(Reference California Vehicle Code 5205.5 and 21655.9)

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate - LADWP – updated 11/13/2020

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) provides rebates to commercial customers toward the purchase of Level 2 or direct current (DC) fast EVSE. Commercial customers who purchase and install EVSE for employee and public use can receive up to $5,000 for each Level 2 EVSE with up to $500 in additional rebate funds per extra charge port. Commercial customers may also receive up to $75,000 per DC fast EVSE, and up to $125,000 per DC fast EVSE for medium- and heavy-duty vehicle use. Eligible customers may qualify for up to 40 rebate awards depending on the number of parking spaces at the installation site. EVSE must be installed within the LADWP service area. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For program guidelines and application materials, see the Charge Up L.A.! website.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate - Antelope Valley – updated 11/13/2020

The Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District (AVAQMD) offers rebates of up to $1,000 to residents toward the purchase or lease of a new all-electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. Additional rebates of up to $1,500 are available for income-eligible residents and rebates of up to $500 for PEVs purchased or leased outside of Antelope Valley. PEVs purchased or leased outside of the AVAQMD jurisdiction are eligible for half of the rebate amount. For more information, including how to apply, see the AVAQMD website.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) Grant - Bay Area – updated 11/13/2020

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s (BAAQMD) Clean Cars for All program offers grants up to $9,500 to income-eligible residents to replace a vehicle eligible for retirement with a PEV or FCEV. Eligible vehicles for replacement should have a model year 15 years or older than the current year. Recipients may buy or lease a new or used PEV or FCEV. Grants vary depending on the household income and vehicle technology. Vehicles that are replaced must be turned in at an authorized dismantler.

Individuals that purchase an all-electric vehicle are eligible to receive up to $2,000 for the purchase and installation of a Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment.

For more information, including additional eligibility requirements and how to apply, see the BAAQMD Clean Cars for All website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – San Joaquin County – added 11/13/2020

The San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

Project TypeMaximum Rebate - in disadvantaged communities (DACs)Maximum Rebate - outside DACs
Direct current (DC) fast EVSE80% of the total project cost, up to $80,00075% of total project costs, up to $70,000
Level 2 EVSE$4,000$3,500
Level 2 EVSE (multi-unit dwelling)$5,000$4,500

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates prior to purchasing and installing EVSE. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in Fresno, Kern, or San Joaquin County. DC fast installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. Additional site requirements apply. For more information, including funding availability, see the San Joaquin Valley Incentive Project website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Peninsula-Silicon Valley – added 11/13/2020

The Peninsula-Silicon Valley Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

Project TypeMaximum Rebate - in disadvantaged communities (DACs)Maximum Rebate - outside DACs
Direct current (DC) fast EVSE between 50 kilowatt (kW) and 99.99 kW75% of the total project cost, up to $60,00075% of total project costs, up to $50,000
Direct current (DC) fast EVSE greater than 100 kW75% of the total project cost, up to $80,00075% of total project costs, up to $70,000
Level 2 EVSE$5,00075% of project costs, up to $4,500
Level 2 EVSE (multi-unit dwelling)$6,000$5,500

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates prior to purchasing and installing EVSE. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in San Mateo or Santa Clara County and DC fast installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. Additional site requirements apply. For more information, including funding availability, see the Peninsula-Silicon Valley Incentive Project website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – San Diego County – added 11/13/2020

The San Diego County Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

Project TypeMaximum Rebate - in disadvantaged communities (DACs)Maximum Rebate - outside DACs
Direct current (DC) fast EVSE between 50 kilowatt (kW) and 99.99 kW75% of the total project cost, up to $60,00075% of total project costs, up to $50,000
DC fast EVSE greater than 100 kW75% of the total project cost, up to $80,00075% of total project costs, up to $70,000
Level 2 EVSE$5,00075% of project costs, up to $4,500
Level 2 EVSE (multi-unit dwelling)$6,000$5,500

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates prior to purchasing and installing EVSE. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. DC fast installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. Additional site requirements apply. For more information, including funding availability, see the San Diego County Incentive Project website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Sonoma Coast – added 11/13/2020

The Sonoma Coast Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

Project TypeMaximum Rebate - in disadvantaged communities (DACs)Maximum Rebate - outside DACs
Direct current (DC) fast EVSE between 50 kilowatt (kW) and 99.99 kW75% of the total project cost, up to $60,00075% of total project costs, up to $50,000
DC fast EVSE greater than 100 kW75% of the total project cost, up to $80,00075% of total project costs, up to $70,000
Level 2 EVSE100% of project costs, up to $5,500100% of project costs, up to $5,000
Level 2 EVSE (multi-unit dwelling)$6,500$6,000

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates prior to purchasing and installing EVSE. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. DC fast installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. Additional site requirements apply. For more information, including funding availability, see the Sonoma Coast Incentive Project website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Central Coast – added 11/13/2020

The Central Coast Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

Project TypeMaximum Rebate - in disadvantaged communities (DACs)Maximum Rebate - outside DACs
Direct current (DC) fast EVSE80% of the total project cost, up to $80,00075% of total project costs, up to $70,000
Level 2 EVSE$5,500$5,000
Level 2 EVSE (multi-unit dwelling)$6,500$6,000

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates prior to purchasing and installing EVSE. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in Monterey, San Benito, or Santa Cruz County. DC fast installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. Additional site requirements apply. For more information, including funding availability, see the Central Coast Incentive Project website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Northern California – added 11/13/2020

The Northern California Incentive Project, funded by the California Energy Commission as part of the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP), offers rebates in the following amounts for installations at new, replacement, or make-ready sites:

Project TypeMaximum Rebate - in disadvantaged communities (DACs)Maximum Rebate - outside DACs
Direct current (DC) fast EVSE80% of the total project cost, up to $80,00075% of total project costs, up to $70,000
Level 2 EVSE$6,500$6,000
Level 2 EVSE (multi-unit dwelling)$7,500$7,000

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and applicants must reserve rebates prior to purchasing and installing EVSE. Eligible applicants include businesses, California Native American Tribes listed with the Native American Heritage Commission, or government entities. Qualifying installation sites must be located in Humboldt, Shasta, or Tehama County. DC fast installations must be publicly accessible 24 hours a day. Additional site requirements apply. For more information, including funding availability, see the Northern California Incentive Project website.

Heavy-Duty Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Grant – Santa Barbara County – added 11/13/2020

The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (SBCAPCD) provides grants to offset the costs of zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles that reduce on-road emissions within Santa Barbara County. Eligible projects include the replacement of commercial trucks and buses, transit buses, authorized emergency vehicle, transportation refrigeration units, and more. Eligible technology includes the purchase of battery electric or hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. For more information, including current funding opportunities, see the SBCAPCD Clean Air Grants website.

Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Grant – Santa Barbara County – added 11/13/2020

The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (SBCAPCD) provides grants for the installation of alternative fuel infrastructure located in Santa Barbara County. Grants may cover 80% of project cost, up to $150,000. Eligible projects include electric vehicle supply equipment, hydrogen, and natural gas fueling stations. For more information, including current funding opportunities, see the SBCAPCD Clean Air Grants website.

Zero Emission Transit Funding – added 11/13/2020

The California Clean Mobility Options Voucher Pilot Program offers vouchers of up to $50,000 for the purchase of zero-emission vehicles, infrastructure, planning, outreach, and operations projects in low-income and disadvantaged communities. For more information, see the Clean Mobility Options website.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-of-Use (TOU) Rate – MCE – added 11/13/2020

MCE offers residential, multi-unit dwelling, and workplace customers TOU rates for charging PEVs. Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, see the MCE Charging Rates website.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Time-of-Use (TOU) Rate - Azusa Light & Water – added 11/13/2020

Azusa Light & Water offers a TOU rate to residential customers that own or lease a PEV. For more information, see Azusa’s Plug-in Electric Vehicles website.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate – Burbank Water and Power (BWP) – added 11/13/2020

BWP offers residential customers a rebate of up to $1,000 for the purchase of a pre-owned PEV. For more information, see the BWP Used Electric Vehicle Rebate website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentive – SDG&E – added 11/13/2020

The San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) Power Your Drive for Fleets program installs or incentivizes medium- and heavy-duty EVSE infrastructure for commercial customers. Customers may apply for a no-cost installation by SDG&E, with SDG&E owning the infrastructure up to the charging station, or customers may apply for rebate of up to 80% the cost of installing the infrastructure from the meter to the charging station. Additionally, transit agencies, school districts, and some private fleets in disadvantaged communities are eligible for a rebate up to 50% the cost of the charger purchase. For more information, including eligibility and additional program details, see the SDG&E Power Your Drive for Fleets website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Billing Requirements – added 11/13/2020

EVSE charging rates must be based on a price per megajoule or kilowatt-hour. All EVSE must be able to indicate the billing rate at any point during a transaction. Existing Level 2 EVSE installed before January 1, 2021, must be updated by January 1, 2031, and Level 2 EVSE installed after January 1, 2021, must comply upon installation. Existing direct current (DC) fast chargers installed before January 1, 2023, must be updated by January 1, 2033,and DCFC installed after January 1, 2023, must comply upon installation. (Reference California Code of Regulations Title 4, Section 4001 and 4002.11)

Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) and Infrastructure Support – added 11/13/2020

The California Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission must provide technical assistance and support for the development of zero-emission fuels, fueling infrastructure, and fuel transportation technologies. Technical assistance and support may include the creation of research, development, and demonstration programs. (Reference California Public Resources Code 25617)

Bus Replacement Grant – added 11/13/2020

The California Air Resources Board (ARB) offers grants for the purchase of new zero-emission buses to replace old gasoline, diesel, compressed natural gas, or propane buses. Grants are available in the following amounts:

VehicleGrant Amount
Electric Transit Bus$180,000
Fuel Cell Transit Bus$400,000
Electric School Bus$400,000
Electric School Bus (ARB non-compliant)$380,000
Electric Shuttle Bus$160,000

Non-compliant school buses are vehicles that are not compliant with the ARB Truck and Bus Regulation. Eligible applicants include owners of transit, school, and shuttle buses. Grants are awarded on a first-come, first served basis. The program is funded by California’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. For more information, including program guidance and application, see the ARB’s Volkswagen Settlement website.

Heavy-Duty Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Replacement Grant – added 11/13/2020

The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) offers grants for the replacement of eligible class 8 heavy-duty vehicles with ZEVs. Grants may cover up to 75% of non-government project costs and up to 100% of government project costs; up to $2,700,000 total. Eligible vehicles include freight trucks, drayage trucks, waste haulers, dump trucks, and concrete mixers. Grants are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. The program is funded by California’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. For more information, including program guidance and application, see the California Air Resources Board’s Volkswagen Settlement website.

Light-Duty Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Requirement – added 11/13/2020

All sales of new light-duty passenger vehicles in California must be ZEVs by 2035. ZEVs include all-electric and fuel cell electric vehicles. The ARB will develop regulations related to in-state sales of new light-duty cars and trucks. The ARB will also work with state agencies to develop a ZEV Market Development Strategy (Strategy) to support these regulations and assess statewide ZEV infrastructure by January 31, 2021. The Strategy will be updated triennially. (Reference Executive Order N-79-20)

Maryland

Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Grants – added 11/20/2020

The Clean Fuels Incentive Program (CFIP), administered by the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), provides grants to purchase new and converted fleet AFVs. Grant award amounts vary and may cover up to 100% of the incremental AFV cost. Grants are available in the following amounts:

AFV TechnologyVehicle ClassMaximum Grant Award per Vehicle
Battery- and Plug-In Hybrid Electric VehiclesClass 1-2$5,000
Battery- and Plug-In Hybrid Electric VehiclesClass 3-8$50,000
Natural Gas, Propane, Biodiesel, Hydrogen VehiclesClass 1-2$7,500
Natural Gas, Propane, Biodiesel, Hydrogen VehiclesClass 3-8$50,000

Eligible fleet applicants include school districts, nonprofits, commercial entities, and local and municipal governments. AFVs purchased for individual or personal use are not eligible. Grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, see MEA’s CFIP Program website.

Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Grants – added 11/20/2020

The Clean Fuels Incentive Program (CFIP), administered by the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA), provides grants to construct publicly accessible alternative fueling infrastructure. Grant award amounts are based on alternative fuel type and may cover up to 50% of project costs. Grants are available in the following amounts:

TechnologyMaximum Grant Award per Station
Direct Current Fast Charger$55,000
Ethanol$35,000
Hydrogen$300,000
Natural Gas$500,000
Propane$100,000

Only businesses are eligible to apply. Eligible costs include site design, equipment installation, site preparation, utility connections, and station signage. Additional requirements apply. Grants will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, see the MEA’s CFIP Program website.

Massachusetts

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Building Standards – updated 11/12/2020

At least one parking space in any new commercial construction with over 15 parking spaces must be made-ready for EVSE. An electric vehicle-ready space is defined as a designated parking space with a dedicated branch circuit for EVSE. Additional terms and conditions apply. (Reference Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 143, Section 94 and 95 and Massachusetts State Building Code 780 CMR 13.00 Subsection C405.10)

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Incentive - Eversource – added 11/12/2020

Eversource Electric Vehicle (EV) Home Charger Demand Response program offers an incentive of up $300 to residential customers that charge their PEV during off-peak periods. Additional terms and conditions apply. For more information, see the Eversource EV Charger Demand Response website.

Michigan

Medium- and Heavy-Duty Grant Program – added 11/12/2020

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) offers grants for eligible on- and off-road vehicles and equipment. Projects must reduce nitrogen oxide emissions, improve air quality, and increase adoption of zero emission or alternative fuel vehicles and equipment. Eligible vehicles and equipment include local freight vehicles (medium- and heavy-duty trucks and port drayage trucks), shuttle and transit buses, port cargo handling equipment and forklifts, airport ground support equipment, and more. The program is funded by Michigan’s portion of the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. For more information, including available requests for proposals, see the EGLE Fuel Transformation Program website.

Charge Up Michigan Placement Project – added 11/12/2020

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy provides funding for public or private organization for the installation of direct current (DC) fast chargers, site preparation, and networking fees and signage. Applicant must be enrolled in a utility electric vehicle (EV) program. Grants are equal to the lesser of 33.3% of the total cost of the project or a direct match of the electric utility funding, up to $70,000. For more information, including eligibility requirements and application, see the EV Charger Funding Opportunitieswebsite.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Charging Rate - Indiana Michigan Power – added 11/12/2020

Indiana Michigan Power offers a special time-of-use rate option to residential customers who own a qualified PEV.

For more information, see the Indiana Michigan Power Rates, Programs & Incentives website.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Holland Board of Public Works (HBPW) – added 11/12/2020

HBPW offers residential customers a $300 rebate for the purchase of a Level 2 EVSE. The EVSE must be ENEGY STAR certified, wi-fi compatible, and send monthly usage data to HBPW. Residential customers must also enroll in a time-of-use rate. For more information, including application, see the HBPW Residential Rebates website.

Missouri

Public Utility Definition – added 9/10/2020

An entity that sells, leases, owns, controls, operates, or manages an electric vehicle charging station, other than those that engage in the production or sale of wholesale electricity, is not considered an electric corporation. (Reference Missouri Revised Statutes Missouri Revised Statutes 386.020)

Nevada

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebates - NV Energy – updated 9/10/2020

Nevada Energy (NV Energy) offers rebates to eligible business customers for the purchase and installation of Level 2 EVSE and direct current (DC) fast EVSE. Level 2 EVSE rebates are available in the following amounts:

EVSE SiteEligible Level 2 Port AmountRebate Amount per Port
Workplace2 to 10 ports$3,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost
Multi-Unit Dwelling (MUD)2 to 10 ports$5,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost
Low-Income MUD2 to 4 ports$10,000 per port; up to 100% of project cost
Fleets2 to 10 ports$5,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost
Public Charging2 to 10 ports$3,000 per port; up to 75% of project cost
Government Agency2 to 4 ports$10,000 per port; up to 100% of project cost

Low-income MUD is defined as property that qualifies for the Federal Low Income Housing Tax credit.

DC fast EVSE rebates cover 50% of project costs, up to $400 per kilowatt or $40,000 per station, whichever is less. DC fast EVSE projects may include a maximum of five stations.

NV Energy also funds projects that do not fall within the scope of fleet, workplace, or MUD charging through the Electric Vehicle Custom Grant Program. Grant amounts are determined on a case-by-case basis and may cover up to 100% of project costs.

For more information, see the NV Energy Electric Vehicles website.

Electric School Bus Incentive - NV Energy – added 9/10/2020

NV Energy offers public school customers rebates of up to 75% of expected costs for the purchase of electric school buses and electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE). Eligible EVSE include Level 2 and DC fast charging stations. Rebates are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, including application requirements and materials, see the NV Energy Electric School Bus Incentives website.

New Hampshire

Commercial Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Incentives - New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC) – added 10/11/2020

NHEC offers rebates for commercial and municipal customers for the purchase and installation of up to two Level 2 or direct current fast EVSE. Customers may receive an incentive of 50% of the installed costs, up to $2,500 for each charger. For more information, see the NHEC Drive Electric website.

New York

Utility Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Programs Authorization – added 8/28/2020

The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) authorized the Make-Ready Program to provide incentives for the installation of light-duty Level 2 and direct current (DC) fast EVSE by electric utilities. Additionally, the PSC directs utilities to establish a medium-and heavy-duty make-ready pilot program and a fleet assessment service. The PSC also directs select utilities to establish a transit authority make-ready program. Lastly, the PSC directs the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to establish an environmental justice community clean vehicles transformation prize, a clean personal mobility prize, and a clean medium-duty and heavy-duty innovation prize.

For more information, including program details, see the Order Establishing Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Make-Ready Program and Other Programs filing.

(Reference PSC Case 18-E-0138)

North Carolina

Electric Vehicle Performance Dashboard – added 10/12/2020

The North Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT) will report battery electric vehicle, hybrid electric vehicle, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle registrations on its performance dashboard. Data will include the number of monthly new registrations, monthly registration renewals, and the cumulative number of new registrations. For more information, see the DOT REPORT Program website. (Reference House Bill 100, 2019)

Ohio

Public Utility Definition – added 9/11/2020

An entity that provides electric vehicle charging service to the public is not considered a public utility. (Reference Ohio Public Utilities Commission Docket 20-434-EL-COI)

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) Program Authorization – added 9/10/2020

Counties are authorized to establish C-PACE programs to facilitate loans between qualifying property owners and private lenders. Loans may be offered to commercial properties for projects related to alternative fuel vehicles and associated infrastructure. For more information, including eligibility requirements, see the Oklahoma C-PACE Guidance Manual.

(Reference Senate Bill 1592, 2020, and Oklahoma Statutes 19-460.5)

Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate – Oklahoma Electric Cooperative (OEC) – added 11/11/2020

OEC offers a rebate of up to $200 for customers who own a PEV. To qualify, customers must have Level 2 charger and schedule vehicle charging during off-peak hours.

For more information, visit the OEC Energy Efficiency Rebates website.

Pennsylvania

Residential Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) Rebate – Duquesne Light Company (DLC) – updated 11/11/2020

DLC offers residential customers a rebate at the point-of-sale for the purchase of a new, pre-owned, or leased PEV from select dealerships. New battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) may qualify for a rebate of up to $2,000 and new plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) may qualify for a rebate up to $1,000. Pre-owned or leased PEVs are eligible for a $1,000 rebate. For more information, including eligibility criteria, see the DLC Electric Vehicle Rebate website.