Rebates to apply for
As affordable as EV charging stations are, there's still many rebates and incentives to help out with the costs. Below are some of the possible rebates you can get.
Charge Ahead Colorado
Charge Ahead Colorado offers several rounds of funding for chargers, as well as year-round funding for smaller projects. With ways to be covered up 80%* this program is worth applying for.
Information and Applications can be found here.
The Colorado Energy Office offers grants for those who are developing DCFC Plazas to provide fast charging en masse near highways and population dense areas. More like EV gas stations than the more typical installation and use case. Funding for these have ceased for the year. Info can be found here.
ReCharge Colorado is run by the Colorado Energy Office, and they provide guidance to any consumer or provider of EV chargers on how to apply for and navigate grants, and other EV knowledge.
Information can be found here.
National and other Rebates
Federal Tax Credit
If you purchase and install a EV charging solution between Jan. 1, 2023 and Dec. 31, 2023, your business might be eligible to receive a 30% tax credit up to $100,000. IRS guidance can be found here.
Xcel Energy offers several different grants depending on business size, and also provides make-ready assistance that can cover all or most of the make ready costs.
More info can be found here
Power and Gas Companies
Most if not all local providers have their own rebates and make ready programs, and for the smaller utility companies not listed here, reach out to us and we can get their information for you.