Driving on sunshine is more affordable than ever, thanks to a variety of government tax credits, rebates, and utility programs. Explore the federal and state specific incentives below, and see how you can level up your transition to a solar powered home with electric vehicles (EV) and EV charging. Our team at ReVision Energy is happy to help you find the best incentives and hardware to bring the benefits of EV and EV charging to your home.
The US federal EV charging tax credits for residential customers offers eligible homeowners 30% of the cost of hardware and installation. The tax credit is for the installation of charging infrastructure, and is capped at $1,000 for residential customers. Eligibility depends on your location, which our team will be happy to discuss with you.
The federal EV tax credit for manufacturers offers a tax credit of up to $7,500, depending on battery size with a minimum of 7 kilowatt hours. Additional guidelines will be released early 2023. Previously owned electric vehicles (also known as “used vehicles”) are eligible for a tax credit of up to $4,000. All vehicles must be made by a qualified manufacturer.
Visit Plug In America's EV Tax Credit overview for further details, restrictions, and FAQs.
Use the links below to search incentives in your state, or keep reading to explore Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts' programs:
Alternative Fuels Data Center: State by State EV Laws & Incentives
Plug In America: State & Federal EV Incentives
Efficiency Maine offers instant and mail-in rebates to Maine residents, businesses, government entities, and tribal governments for qualifying battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).
These programs have received additional funding and are expected to reopen their application process soon. For full details on these incentives visit Efficiency Maine’s website.
New Hampshire Electric Co-op (NHEC) offers rebates for eligible residential members who purchase or lease an electric vehicle (BEV or PHEV) or electric motorcycle (EM). Rebates of up to $600 for PHEVs and up to $1000 for BEVs are available. NHEC also offers charging station rebates through their Residential Off-Peak Electric Vehicle Charging Station Program.
For full details visit NHEC's Drive Electric website.
Eversource offers to manage and cover all the related cost of the implementation of the infrastructure that will connect to their customers' chargers. Customers cover the cost of purchasing and installing the charging station(s).
For full details visit Eversource's Residential EV Charging website.
For full details on the National Grid’s Massachusetts Electric Transportation’s programs and rebates, visit the National Grid website.
The Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) program provides rebates of up to $2,500 for the purchase or lease of battery electric vehicles and fuel-cell electric vehicles (BEVs) and up to $1,500 for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).
For full details and the rebate application visit the MORE-EV program website.