Electrify Your Fleet

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Get your fleet moving towards a clean energy future

Electrifying your fleet can lower your operating and maintenance costs and support your company's sustainability goals. It's no wonder more and more fleets are going electric.

Fleet Total Cost of Ownership tool

An electrified fleet can help you meet your organization's cost and environmental goals. The PGE Total Cost of Ownership tool will help you calculate the fuel savings and environmental impact of using electricity as a transportation fuel.

Explore the PGE Fleet Partner program

Curious about what it would take to electrify your fleet? We’ll partner with you to plan and build the right charging infrastructure. With free technical advisory services, custom incentives and turnkey design and construction services, we help you save money and make it easy to transition to electric fuel.

Charging equipment

Different types of EVs require different levels of equipment. Depending on your fleet, you may need Level 2 chargers, DC Fast Charging (DCFC) or Extreme Fast Charging (XFC).

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Estimated time to charge

Fleet Category

Class 2-3 delivery vans

Type of Charging

Level 2

Recommended Speed*

11kW

Charging Time

6-10 hours

Fleet Category

School busses

Type of Charging

Level 2

Recommended Speed*

19kW

Charging Time

6-10 hours

Fleet Category

Transit busses

Type of Charging

DC

Recommended Speed*

50-100 kW

Charging Time

6-10 hours

Fleet Category

Short-haul tractors and box trucks

Type of Charging

DC

Recommended Speed*

50-100 kW

Charging Time

6-10 hours

Electric School Bus Fund

PGE is excited to once again partner with public school districts in our service area to help bring electric school buses to Oregon. Using funding from the Oregon Clean Fuels Program , thanks to PGE customers who charge their EVs at home, PGE will pay for the incremental cost of an electric school bus and charging infrastructure.

Get a rebate for your business EV charger

We provide financial incentives to provide charging stations and help encourage EV adoption at your workplace or commercial property.

Charger rebates

Save money right from the start

Not only do electric vehicles cost less to operate, but there are also substantial rebates and incentives that save you thousands of dollars when you purchase or lease your new EV.

  • Federal EV Tax Credit PGE PGE – Up to $7,500 tax credit for the purchase of most new and used electric vehicles.

  • Oregon Clean Vehicle Rebate PGE PGE – Up to $2,500 rebate on light-duty electric vehicles with a base MSRP below $50,000. Businesses can receive up to 10 rebates per calendar year.

  • Oregon Clean Fuels Program: Advance Crediting PGE – Provides up to 6 years’ worth of clean fuels credits upfront to transit agencies, school districts, public fleets, and fleets that are contracted with those entities. Credits can be sold upfront to help cover the cost of EVs.

  • Oregon Diesel Emissions Mitigation Grant Program PGE – A competitive grant program for replacing older diesel vehicles (2009 or older) with new cleaner vehicles, like EVs.

  • PGE Drive Change Fund PGE – A competitive grant program for transportation electrification projects that benefit the community. Funds can cover the cost of electric vehicles, but preference is given to public or non-profit organizations.

  • PGE Electric School Bus Fund PGE – Provides funding to school districts (or their transportation contractors) to cover the incremental cost of electric school buses and charging infrastructure. Also provides technical assistance to districts throughout the process.

Rebates and incentives vary depending on vehicle model and purchase dates. You can find the latest information here Go Electric Oregon Incentives & Rebates.

Clean Fuels credits

EVs typically cost less to operate because fuel and maintenance costs are lower. When you own and operate an EV charger for your fleet, you generate Clean Fuel Credits through the Oregon Clean Fuels Program. We can help you turn the credits your chargers earn into revenue for your business. How it works.

Just fill out the simple online interest form to get started.

Electricity: The new transportation fuel

Cleaner

Less than half the CO₂ emissions per mile and only getting cleaner.

Cheaper

At least 40 percent less than gas/diesel per mile.

Local

Produced here in the Pacific Northwest.

Stable

Regulated for long-term price stability.