Utah Electric Vehicle Incentives

Charging stations

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New incentives for Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) are available to help improve air quality and encourage development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Rocky Mountain Power incentives are offered to Utah non-residential customers and multifamily dwellings to offset the cost of installing charging stations. Funds are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

For residential customers, explore time-of-use options for EV owners.

Plug-In Electric Vehicle Charging Station Incentives
Application
Non-residential & multifamily AC Level 2 Charger Single port $2,500 per charger up to 75% of total charger cost Level 2 Charger Application - Word
 
Multi-port $3,500 per charger up to 75% of total charger cost
Non-residential & multifamily DC Fast Charger
Single port $30,000 per charger up to 75% of total charger and installation costs
DC Fast Charger Application - Word
Multi-port $42,000 per charger up to 75% of total charger and installation costs
Non-residential & multifamily grant-based custom projects Custom incentives

Custom Project Funding Application - Word

Remaining funds available

  Available funds as of October 1, 2017
Non-residential & multifamily AC Level 2 Charger $400,000
Non-residential & multifamily DC Fast Charger $400,000
Non-residential & multifamily grant-based custom projects   $500,000

To learn more:

Please email completed project applications to the email address above.

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