With the new PGE Business EV Charging Pilot Program, PGE non-residential customers who install qualifying Level 2 electric vehicle chargers could get a rebate of $500 or more per port.
EVs are changing the way we drive and how we do business. We provide financial incentives to help bring EV adoption to your workplace, commercial property or fleet. By installing Level 2 EV chargers, you’ll not only support your business’s sustainability, but also contribute to meeting our region’s climate and environmental goals. As an amenity, EV chargers could bring more customer traffic, greater employee satisfaction and more interest from potential tenants. If you operate a fleet, EV chargers can enable a smoother transition to affordable electric fuel.
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Electrify your business with EV charging. Install EV chargers at your commercial property and earn a rebate of $500 per port (chargers typically have one or two ports) to help offset the cost. Income-eligible multifamily properties may get up to $2,300 per port.
Be a non-residential PGE account holder
Buy and install a qualified EV charger
Fill out the rebate application
Provide this documentation:
An IRS Form W-9
An itemized invoice for your chargers
A photo of your installation
A photo of each charger nameplate with serial number
Submit the required documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To qualify for the rebate, your EV charger must be on this list (We’re adding more manufacturers and models all the time.)
|Model Number||BTCPower 30A|
|Model Number||BTCPower 40A|
|Model Number||BTCPower 70A|
|Model Number||Business Line|
|Model Number||iEVSE Plus|
|Model Number||Series 5|
|Model Number||Series 6|
|Model Number||Series 7|
Our Basic Service home energy plan includes renewable energy in the mix, but if you want to be an environmental super star, you’ll want to charge your EV using 100% clean energy. We can help. Enroll in our Green Enterprise program and we’ll make sure all of the energy you use comes from renewable sources.