How to Get Money for EVs and Charging

Ease the switch to electric with our complete guide to grants and rebates for buying an electric vehicle (EV) and charging at home. Awesome federal, state and local utility grants and rebates for EVs and chargers make driving electric as green as it gets. Check out the federal incentives for EV charging and select your state to see how much more you could save.

Federal Tax Credits for All U.S. Drivers (Including You!)

Up to $1,000 Back for Home Charging

The U.S. federal tax credit gives individuals 30% back on a ChargePoint Home Flex EV charger and installation costs (up to $1,000). Just buy and install by December 31, 2021, then claim the credit on your federal tax return. Grab IRS form 8911 or use our handy guide to get your credit.

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Up to $7,500 Back for Driving an EV

Get a federal tax credit of up to $7,500 for purchasing an all-electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle. The credit varies depending on the vehicle make and battery size. Get the details on the credit available for the vehicle you’re considering. Just purchase or lease and apply with your taxes.

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Save Even More in Your State

Many states, cities and utilities offer appealing incentives for EVs and charging. Use our handy state dropdown to find grants and rebates near you to save you hundreds or even thousands more on an EV or home charger.

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Home EV Charging Incentives in Nevada

  • NVEnergy provides incentives to NV Energy home customers for the installation of a Level 2 charger at the lesser of $500 or 75 percent of installed costs. The incentive will serve the first 1,000 customers who apply for the incentive. Applications will be processed on a first come, first served basis. The limit is one residential charger project per household, and the equipment needs to be installed on residential customer’s premise. Applicant must consent NV Energy to access the charger data. Declining reduces the incentive amount to $250.00 cap.

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Charge Where You Live

ChargePoint Home Flex charges up to 9X faster than a standard wall outlet, allowing you to pick the charging speed that’s right for you and your home. Flex is UL listed for safety, ENERGY STAR® certified for efficiency and backed by a 3-year warranty and 24/7 support. Flex and ChargePoint Home 32A (CPH25) are eligible for many home charging grants and rebates, plus you can use them to charge when it’s most convenient and when energy costs are lowest. As a bonus, manage your home charging with just your voice using Alexa.

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e-Mobility’s Time Has Come

According to a recent AAA survey, one in five people say their next car will be electric. Find out why even the most fanatical car junkies are trading in their internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles for EVs.

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Buy Now to Get Your Credit

ChargePoint Home Flex charges up to 9X faster than a standard wall outlet and lets you pick the charging speed that’s right for you and your home. UL listed for safety, ENERGY STAR® certifiedfor efficiency and backed by a 3-year warranty and 24/7 support. Buy now for up to $1,000 back plus any local rebates available to you.

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It's Time to Go Electric

Get an EV and claim up to $7,500 in federal tax credit plus any local rebates available to you.

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Helpful EV Incentive Guides for You

Need help claiming your credits, or just want to know how else you can save? Check out our in-depth resources to get help with EV incentives, find out if you qualify for the HOV lane in your state, schedule charging to save money on your home energy bill and more.

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ChargePoint is providing information on this tax credit only and is not the issuer of the tax credit. ChargePoint is not responsible for any issues that may result from your tax credit, including but not limited to: invalid tax credit submission, lengthy processing times or delays in processing or receiving your tax credit, any other issues pertaining to your tax credit.