PGE will help you electrify your fleet from start to finish
Making the leap to electric fuel can seem daunting when it’s just your own car. Electrifying an entire fleet is downright intimidating. The PGE Fleet Partner program takes the guesswork out of transitioning your fleet, so you can realize both your sustainability and economic goals.
Please note that as of Jan. 3, 2023 all funding for Fleet Partner Build has been reserved. Your business can still have a free Fleet Partner Study completed which will get you access to PGE's waitlist for future funding opportunities.
Do you want to electrify your fleet but don’t know where to start? Fill out an application and we’ll get the Plan phase started, where a PGE engineer will work with you to plan out your project and provide you with a free feasibility study (we call it a Fleet Partner Study) that includes:
Electric vehicle feasibility assessment
Fuel cost and clean fuel credit analysis
Preliminary designs and cost estimates
Summary of incentives
There’s no cost to receive the Fleet Partner Study and no obligation to proceed with the program.
As of Jan. 3, 2023 Fleet Partner Build funding has been fully reserved.
Are you ready to take the leap and start building out your EV charging site? In the Build phase, PGE will provide:
Turnkey final design and construction of make-ready infrastructure
A custom Make-Ready Incentive based on forecasted energy use of the chargers, up to $750,000
PGE ownership and maintenance of make-ready infrastructure for 10 years
Once we’re done, you’ll need to install at least one qualified Level 2 or DC Fast Charger within 6 months
It’s no small task building out fleet charging infrastructure. But we are experts and we’re here to manage the process for you, from beginning to end. Take a look at each step in the process so you know what to expect.
Charging site(s) must be in PGE service territory
Pay for any make-ready costs not covered by the custom cost incentive
Add a minimum of 70 kW of new load (usually equivalent to 10 Level 2 ports or 1-2 DC fast chargers).
Purchase and install PGE-approved, networked, Level 2 or DC fast chargers.
Keep chargers operational and share charging data with PGE for 10 years.
Commit to forecasted energy use of the chargers
Sign an easement covering PGE-owned infrastructure.
Customer must sign the Participation Agreement before construction can begin. Please note: Because Fleet Partner is a tariffed program overseen by the Oregon Public Utility Commission, PGE has to use the same agreement for all customers, and cannot make any changes or customizations to this agreement.
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.