EV Chargers Are A Growing Market
Electric car sales have been taking off over the past few years, with an estimated 2 million electric vehicles on the road in the US today. However, one of the biggest obstacles stopping prospective drivers from buying an electric car is range anxiety or how they will charge their new electric vehicle.
The US currently has 168,000 gas stations but only 44,417 publicly available EV charging stations. That means thousands of EV chargers are needed in order for electric cars to gain wide acceptance.
Rebates Decrease The Upfront Cost
To help grow the charging infrastructure, organizations across the country have started offering incentives to get businesses and residences to install EV chargers. These rebates can significantly reduce the initial cost of an EV charger.
75% of the US has an EV charger rebate available
While most people are familiar with the Federal tax credits available for installing EV chargers, many people are unaware of the additional programs that may be available. The problem is, these incentives aren't as easy to find as the Federal tax credit. Rebate availability can depend on the geography, type of project, customer classification and type of EV charger installed. This complexity makes it hard to fully understand what kind of incentive might be available for a project.
Making EV Charger Rebates Simple
We've developed several tools that make it easy to identify all the rebates, grants, tax credits and incentives available for installing an EV charger.