Darya Oreizi’s goal is to make the planet a more sustainable and healthier place to live. Whether it is writing articles on sustainable energy topics or running his EV charging consultancy (Charged Future), he strives to make the environment better for everyone.
There are several considerations to make when planning and installing your home EV charging station. Follow the guidance in this post to ensure your station is installed and up and running in the most cost-effective and timely manner.
Federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as local utility companies, are offering funding to help ramp up the installation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across the country. These funds are often available in the form of rebates, and may cover the majority of an owner/operator’s EV project costs, which can be extremely helpful for those looking for an affordable way to bring EV charging to their communities.
Cover the Cost of Your EV Charging Project with the Charge Ahead Colorado EV Charging Rebate Program
Charge Ahead Colorado provides funding in the form of a rebate for EV charging installations throughout the State of Colorado. If awarded, these rebates can cover a significant portion of the project costs. The program is accepting applications now.
The convenience of charging your electric vehicle (EV) at home paired with numerous EV charging rebates and incentives makes right now an ideal time to go electric. In this follow-up to our article covering commercial incentives from last month, we’ll explore some of the rebates that can help you bring EV charging home on the cheap.
There are billions of dollars of electric vehicle (EV) charging incentives throughout the United States. These incentives are offered by the federal government, state governments, local jurisdictions, and electric utility companies in hopes of boosting the installation volume of EV chargers across the nation.