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New Jersey EVSE Rebates

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Federal Tax Credits Extended for EV in New Jersey

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Program Authorization
State EV Charging Incentive

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities is authorized to establish a residential EVSE incentive program. The maximum incentive an individual may receive for an EVSE installation is $500. (Reference Senate Bill 2252, 2018)

It Pay$ to Plug In: New Jersey’s EV Charging Grants Program expanded its eligibility criteria!

State EV Charging Incentive

Eligible projects are as follows:

Workplaces: Charging stations for employees who drive electric vehicles. Examples include workplace chargers for employees who drive electric vehicles to work, and chargers for fleet vehicles.

Public Places: Charging stations that are open to the public. Examples include charging stations in downtown areas, public parking lots and garages, hotels, transit centers, leisure destinations, colleges and universities, retail parking areas, and public parks.

Multi-Unit Dwellings: Charging stations for multi-family residences, including apartments, condominiums and townhouses.

Private residential dwellings other than multi-unit dwellings are not eligible for grants.

With new funding anticipated in the near future, submit your applications now!

Upon completion of work in accordance with the eligibility criteria, NJDEP will reimburse each applicant as follows:

$750 per Level 1 charging station;
$5,000 per single-port Level 2 charging station;
$6,000 per dual-port Level 2 charging station.

Locationpublic propertygovernment propertyprivate property
Public placeYes100% up to maximum80% up to maximum
WorkplaceNo60% up to maximum60% up to maximum
Multi-unit dwellingNo60% up to maximum60% up to maximum

For more information or how to apply visit the State of New Jersey’s page: Air Quality, Energy & Sustainability.

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Universal Charging Infrastructure Program 
Private/Utility EV Charging Incentive

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approved a settlement for PSE&G’s proposed electric vehicle charging infrastructure program. These funds will help PSE&G to develop EVSE charging infrastructure throughout the state of New Jersey. This, in turn, will create about 270 direct clean energy jobs while helping to expand the state’s EV charging infrastructure. For details visit:

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