PGE-Qualified Commercial EV Chargers

This is a comprehensive list of commercial electric vehicle chargers that qualify for PGE’s EV programs (such as Fleet Partner, Business Charging Rebates, Drive Change Fund, Electric School Bus Fund). To qualify for these programs, the EV charger you purchase must be on this list. (We’re adding more manufacturers and models all the time.)

Qualified Level 2 Chargers

(eligible for all PGE EV charging programs)

Don’t see your desired charger on this list? Let us know!

Software Provider

ChargePoint

Charger Manufacturer

ChargePoint

Charger Model

CPF50 / CT4000

Software Provider

EV Connect

Charger Manufacturer

BTCPower

Charger Model

BTCPower 30A / BTCPower 40A / BTCPower 70A

Software Provider

EV Connect

Charger Manufacturer

EVBox

Charger Model

Iqon

Software Provider

EV Connect

Charger Manufacturer

EVoCharge

Charger Model

iEVSE Plus

Software Provider

SemaConnect

Charger Manufacturer

SemaConnect

Charger Model

Series 5 / Series 6 / Series 7 / Series 8

Software Provider

OpConnect

Charger Manufacturer

LiteOn

Charger Model

IC3/SC3

Software Provider

OpConnect

Charger Manufacturer

Clipper Creek

Charger Model

HCS Networked Series / CS Networked Series

Software Provider

OpConnect

Charger Manufacturer

BTC Power

Charger Model

30A / 40A / 70A

Qualified DC Fast Chargers

(eligible for all PGE EV charging programs, except Business Charging Rebates)

Software Provider

OpConnect

Charger Manufacturer

BTC Power

Charger Model

50 kW L3 / High Power L4

Software Provider

OpConnect

Charger Manufacturer

ABB

Charger Model

Wallbox

Software Provider

OpConnect

Charger Manufacturer

ABB

Charger Model

Terra 54/94/124/184

Software Provider

OpConnect

Charger Manufacturer

Rhombus

Charger Model

60 kW/125 kW

Software Provider

OpConnect

Charger Manufacturer

Rhombus

Charger Model

60kW V2G/125 kW V2G

Software Provider

ChargePoint

Charger Manufacturer

ChargePoint

Charger Model

CPE250

Software Provider

ChargePoint

Charger Manufacturer

ChargePoint

Charger Model

Express Plus

Software Provider

ChargePoint

Charger Manufacturer

ABB

Charger Model

Terra 124

Considerations when purchasing EV chargers

When requesting a quote, make sure to specify:

1. Access and pricing – many vendors offer the ability to digitally manage who has access to the chargers, and set pricing for EV drivers to meet your unique business needs

2. Connectivity

  • Cellular (most common) – easy set up, but typically higher annual fees

  • WiFi – no cellular data fees, but needs to be close to WiFi router for strong signal

  • Ethernet – more infrastructure involved, but most reliable and cybersecure option

3. Cable length – buy a longer cable if your charger is further away from the charge port on the EV

4. Cable management – this helps retract the cable back towards the charger when not in use to prevent damage

5. Mounting – most chargers come in wall-mounted or pedestal-mounted versions – choose the one that’s right for your installation

6. Network fees, extended warranties, and maintenance plans – compare costs with other vendors and consider what the right level of service is for your organization

Are you an EV charging vendor who wants your products to be qualified?

Click here to learn about our qualification process and how you can submit a Request for Qualification (RFQ).

Ready to get started?

Below you’ll find contact information for each EV charging vendor, so you can reach out to them to research their qualified chargers, ask technical questions, and get pricing.

Vendor Contact Information

ChargePoint - Brad Myers

Account Executive, Pacific Northwest 509-251-5213 brad.myers@chargepoint.com

EV Connect - Rob Sham

West Coast Sales 213-884-4681 RSham@evconnect.com

SemaConnect - Chris Rogers

Northwest Territory Sales Manager 610-420-9642 chris.rogers@semaconnect.com

OpConnect - Amy Hillman

503-998-1006 ahillman@opconnect.com