Funding for this incentive is brought to you by:
Partner: Washington Electric Co-Op logo
Partner: Vermont Electric Co-op logo
Partner: VPPSA logo
Partner: Burlington Electric Department logo
Partner: Green Mountain Power logo

About this rebate

Offer available to:

  • ✓ Residential Properties
  • ✓ Businesses

Effective Date: December 31, 2018

Offer subject to change.

  • Must be a customer of the participating electric utility
  • Eligibility requirements differ by utility

See tables under “Partner Offers” for links to redemption instructions.

Incentives Provided by Utilities and other Partners

Utility Offer Details
Burlington Electric Department Up to $900 back on qualifying level 2 charger purchased within 60 days of vehicle purchase or lease. With an eligible charger, you can sign up for a discounted EV charging rate of 8 cents/kWH when charging between 10pm and noon. Up to 75% off Level 2 workplace charging. Learn more
Green Mountain Power Free level 2 charging equipment with electric vehicle purchase (not including installation). Charger must be internet connected and part of GMP program to reduce demand during peak times. Compatible equipment can receive discounted off-peak rates for charging. Learn more
Vermont Electric Coop $250 bill credit for qualifying level 2 home charging equipment when avoiding charging between 5:00-9:00pm. Learn more
Municipalities served by VPPSA Join PowerShift to get a free level 2 charger plus a $500 incentive once connected. Public or workplace EV charging installations are also eligible for a $500 incentive. Learn more
Washington Electric Co-op Members who participate in PowerShift receive Level 2 charging equipment and are only responsible for the cost of installation and any required update costs of service entrance and transformer. Learn more
Charge Vermont Grants covering up to 90-100% of commercial and multifamily residential charging. Learn more

Federal Incentive

Program Offer Details
Federal Tax Credit 6% of depreciable costs, up to $100,000 per item OR 30% of the depreciable costs, up to $100,000 per item, if the installation meets U.S. Department of Labor prevailing wage and apprenticeship requirements. Learn more