Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Incentives
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PG&E commercial EV charging rebates

PG&E’s EV Fast Charge Program and EV Fleet Program address regional needs for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure. The EV Fast Charge Program makes $22 million available to support EV make-ready infrastructure throughout its service territory. For eligible sites, PG&E will pay for the electrical upgrades needed for EV charging stations. And for fleets, PG&E offers infrastructure incentives and charging station rebates through the EV Fleet Program. Enel X is a PG&E qualified EVSE vendor– contact us to find out if you’re eligible for PG&E incentives.

Enel X is uniquely positioned to help commercial property owners and businesses take advantage of PG&E rebate programs, while stacking federal and utility incentives.

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PG&E EV Fast Charge Eligibility and Funding

What are the applicant requirements?
  • Must receive electric service from PG&E
  • Site must be publicly accessible and appear on charging maps
What are the project cost requirements?
  • PG&E pays for and owns “make-ready” infrastructure
  • Site host owns EV charging stations
  • Applications will be reviewed at regular intervals until the program is fully subscribed
  • Interested site hosts should work directly with a qualified vendor, who will submit an application on their behalf
What costs are covered by the rebate?
  • PG&E pays for “make-ready” infrastructure
  • In Disadvantaged Communities (DAC), PG&E pays up to $25,000 per charging station
  • No rebate for charging stations at sites that are not located in a DAC
How many rebates can you receive?
  • There is no limit to the total amount of rebates an organization can receive if incentive funding is available
What are the equipment requirements?
  • Must procure charging stations from a PG&E eligible vendor
  • Charging stations must have 50 killowatts (kW) or higher charging capacity
  • Charging stations must use CHAdeMo or CCS charging connector standards, with at least one of each connector per site

PG&E EV Fleet Program Eligibility and Funding

What are the applicant requirements?
  • Must be a PG&E customer
  • Must own or lease the property
  • Must acquire at least 2 EV charging stations
  • Must be used for medium- and heavy-duty applications
What are the project cost requirements?
  • PMust provide data related to EV usage for at least 5 years after charging stations are installed and operational
  • Must agree to operate and maintain charging equipment for at least 10 years
What costs are covered by the rebate?
  • 50% off the costs of an EV charging station, up to $42,000
  • $9,000 off the cost of electric transit buses and Class 8 vehicles
  • $3,000 off the cost of transportation refrigeration units (TRU), truck stop electrification (TSE), airport ground support equipment (GSE), and forklifts
  • $4,000 off the cost of electric school buses, local delivery trucks, and other vehicles
How many rebates can you receive?
  • Rebates not to exceed 50% of charging equipment costs
What are the equipment requirements?
  • What are the equipment requirements?

Enel X can help commercial property owners and businesses take advantage of state and utility incentives.

Why Enel X?

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