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.
The efficiency freak’s approach? Stop more, charge less. You read that right. It’s all in the physics.
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.
Want to update how much you charge drivers per kilowatt hour (kWh) based on the varying cost of your electricity throughout the day? Now you can by enabling Variable Pricing on your listings in EVmatch.
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.
You may have seen the announcement earlier this month about our partnership with Argonne National Laboratories and the subsequent summer release of the EVmatch Adapter, a brand new piece of hardware that we’re very excited to share with our community and customers.
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.
Managed EV charging can enable dozens of beneficial features to EV chargers such as access control, payment processing, data reports, demand response eligibility, and more. Here we break down the benefits of managed or “smart” charging to drivers, property owners, utilities, and society at large.
Charging an electric vehicle (EV) is most convenient at home overnight, however, those who rent may find a challenge getting EV charging installed. Through a series of steps, it can be done and EVmatch will help throughout the whole process! Here’s a guide from A-Z on how to add charging at an apartment or condominium.
Burlington Electric Department Launches New Program with EVmatch to Expand EV Charging at Multi-family Properties
Rebates of $1,200 per charger are available to owners of multifamily properties, allowing EV-driving residents to charge at home! Additional incentives of $250 per charger are available for eligible properties that have more than 15% of their units designated as low-to-moderate income housing and an additional $300 per charger if the charger is made available to the public on weekdays from 9am-5pm. The program is administered by Burlington Electric Department through a special partnership with EVmatch.
The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is arguably the most significant piece of climate legislation the United States has ever seen, including significant investments in clean energy and consumer incentives to accelerate electric vehicle (EV) adoption. In our latest blog post, EVmatch advisor Jeff Pickett takes a deep dive into the landmark bill, looking at what the IRA means for climate change mitigation and the EV industry.
We are very excited to announce our new partnership with Wallbox, a leading EV charging hardware manufacturer. Together, we will increase charging accessibility and choice for EV drivers all over the U.S.
With gas prices at a record high and new electric vehicle (EV) models being introduced all the time, it is safe to say our electric vehicle future is approaching more rapidly than ever. But what about those who want to electrify their ride and can’t quite afford to? In this post we will discuss what one automaker is calling an impending “EV price war” in pursuit of more affordable offerings, and what else we believe is needed to make EV driving truly accessible to all.
Vacation rental EV charging is an amenity that is becoming increasingly attractive for a growing number of travelers. Summer is just around the corner, and if you own a vacation rental, it will likely be busier in the coming months. Learn more about how EVmatch can help you easily add this amenity to your vacation or short-term rental to attract more guests and earn additional revenue!