Fueling EV Adoption in Connecticut

Electric Vehicles are the future, and we're ready to connect you, your business or your town to EV Charging expertise, rebates and more.

Which chargers are eligible for rebates?

We offer rebates of varying amounts on a number of different EV charger models from a variety of manufacturers. Consult our list of qualified chargers to make sure that your project will qualify for a rebate. 

Commercial EV Charging Rebates

Whether you're a business, landlord, facility manager or government employee, we offer one application for your charging station rebate.

EV charging rebates are available starting January 1, 2022 for projects large and small, with rebate amounts up to $250,000 for some projects.

Apply for your rebate

You can apply for your Commercial EV Charging Rebate today through our online portal. You’ll be able to submit your application online, track it’s progress, and see payment statuses.

Apply for your commercial EV charging rebate online

Or you can download the PDF application to apply by mail or email.

At this time, we have fully committed the 2022-2024 round of funding for DC Fast Chargers and Multi-Unit Dwellings (MUDs) for commercial electric customers. However, we are still accepting applications for DC Fast Chargers and MUDs. Approved projects will be placed on a waitlist while we wait for approval for additional funding or the next three-year budget cycle. We will notify customers if we receive approval prior to the next cycle.

Charging Stations for Your Life

Whether you're at home, at work or on the go, we can help you connect an EV charger. Pick your scenario below, and we'll get started.

Looking for more details?

EV Charger Rebate Amounts

Location of Charger EV Charger Type Per Site Maximum Rebate Amounts Property Types Requirements
Baseline property Level 2 Up to $20,000 Multifamily Must install at least 2 ports
Public Must install at least 2 ports
Workplace Must install at least 4 ports
DCFC Up to $150,000 Any Must install at least 2 ports
Property in an underserved community* Level 2  Up to $40,000 Multifamily Must install at least 2 ports
Public Must install at least 2 ports
Workplace Must install at least 4 ports
DCFC Up to $250,000 Any Must install at least 2 ports

*See Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) Distressed Municipalities Map to identify which locations are meet the criteria to be considered Underserved Communities.

Looking To Charge At Home?

We offer rebates and expertise to help Connecticut homeowners and renters install EV Chargers.

See our residential charging solutions