Commercial EV Level 2 Charger Rebate and Marketing Partnership
Smart, Network-capable Level 2 charging system (240-volt outlet)
WG+E’s Preferred Charger: ChargePoint Level 2
- Single-port Charger: Qualifies for up to a $500 rebate when installed by a licensed electrician.
- Dual-port Charger: Qualifies for up to a $1,500 rebate when installed by a licensed electrician.
Eligibility and Co-Marketing Agreement
- Add charging system to a separate meter on the EV01 or current applicable EV rate (i.e., no “behind the meter” stations).
- Allow WG+E to put permanent co-marketing signage on the charging station, with size and design to be mutually agreed upon between WG+E and the owner.
- Allow WG+E to play promotional videos on the chargers’ LCD display screens (if applicable).
- Allow WG+E access to session data for at least three (3) years, including but not limited to session start and end times, power flow start and end times, energy dispensed, maximum power levels, and user ID numbers.
- Allow WG+E to advertise the charging system(s) on wgeld.org by listing and/or mapping the location for interested customers.
- Complete WG+E’s online Industrial Retrofit Program application below. An electrician can submit this application on the company’s behalf.
- A WG+E engineer will contact the customer/electrician to discuss required updates to existing electrical infrastructure.
- WG+E’s partner, GDS Associates, Inc. (GDS), will send an incentive letter detailing eligibility, requirements, and additional data requests.
- After installation and approval by the City’s electrical inspector, the customer will provide the following information to GDS:
- Scope of Work
- Technical specifications – manufacturer, model number, number of charging stations, charging ports, drawings, single lines, etc.
- Networking capabilities (e.g., ChargePoint, Greenlots, OpConnect)
- Copy of contract(s), including hardware and software/network vendors
- Charger serial number
- Itemized Invoices
- Charger and infrastructure costs (separated)
- Include material and labor charges
- Signed MOU (this will be sent with the incentive letter)
- Final Documentation
- Proof of payment – paid invoices or cancelled checks
- Finalized permit to operate
- Scope of Work
- GDS will conduct a post-installation inspection to verify installation and take photos of the completed charging station.
Terms and Qualifications:
The rebate may be used to pay for a licensed electrician’s services, electrical equipment, infrastructure, and/or the charging equipment.
Application for rebate must be completed within 60 days of installation.
Limit three (3) rebates per fiscal year ending June 30. Equipment purchased on or after January 1, 2019 is eligible. Please allow 8-10 weeks for processing.
The customer must meet the following requirements to qualify for the incentive:
- Install a qualified hardwired Level 2 charging station with a J1772 charging connector.
- Charging equipment must be installed by a licensed contractor.
- Owner to provide kW output (typically 3.3 to 19.2 kW).
- Charger must be certified and listed by a nationally recognized testing laboratory (NRTL) with a minimum input voltage of 208 volts.
- Property owner must designate one signed parking space for each charging port.
- Owner must register public charging stations on **PlugShare **(see below for instructions).
- Site must provide accessible EV charging capabilities.
- If fees are collected, the charging station must accept multiple forms of payment and must not require a membership service or subscription fee.
Add EV Station to PlugShare
- Go to www.plugshare.com
- Click the “Add Station” dropdown box
- Click “Add Public Location”
- Complete registration
- Add Location Name and address, charger and connection type, and additional details.
- Submit the charger location to see it appear on the Plugshare map