Rebates and Incentives (Charging)
INCENTIVE UPDATE: Taxpayers once again qualify for a 30% Federal rebate (up to $1,000) on costs associated with the installation of an EV charging station through 12/31/2020. More info: https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-8911
The following municipal utilities are offering incentives to 2nd Drive residents who agree to charge their electric vehicle overnight or during non-peak times, and some also offer a rebate towards the purchase and installation of Level 2 charging equipment.
Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant Residents may enroll in a program to achieve a 90 cents gallon equivalent for electric charging of their EV overnight or on weekends. TMLP is also offering EV owners a rebate of up to $300 to help offset the cost of installing some or all components of a Level 2 system for higher speed charging of an electric vehicle at their home if they first enroll in the rewards program described above. https://tmlp-ev.ene.org/charging-guide/rebates-and-incentives-charging/
Middleboro Gas and Electric Department – MGED Off-peak Only EV Charging Credit – $10: Use your current EV home charger & program your EV to charge during off-peak hours only to get an on-bill credit of $10 per month. Verification steps apply. EV Level 2 Charger Rebate – $300 +$5: Buy and install a level 2 charger at home & get a rebate plus an added $5 per month bill credit for charging your EV during off peak hours only. https://mged-ev.ene.org/contact/
For charging incentives from other municipal light plants in Massachusetts please visit: https://ev.ene.org/charging-guide/rebates-and-incentives-charging