Chargie's platform is now FedRAMP® Authorized by the U.S. General Services Administration.
The Charge! Program provides grant funding to offset the cost of purchasing and installing new publicly accessible chargers for EVs at workplaces, destinations, transit parking locations, along transportation corridors, and at multi-unit dwelling facilities. The goal of the Charge! Program is to rapidly expand access to EV charging stations helping achieve the Bay Area’s EV-adoption goals of 90% of the overall vehicle fleet by 2050.
SVCE is helping local small/medium commercial and multifamily properties realize the benefits of EV charging. The FutureFit Assist EV program is designed to provide qualified property owners with the support to successfully plan, fund and install EV charging stations on premises.
The California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project is a state wide incentive program to help the growth and installation of EV charging stations and EV charging infrastructure throughout California. There is currently an incentive through CALeVIP in San Joaquin Valley.
The Valley Air District’s Charge Up program provides electric vehicle charger incentives for the installation of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. This program is in place to help businesses and property owners of multi-unit dwellings to install EV chargers and promote clean technology.
APU is offering Public Access Electric Vehicle Charging Station rebates to commercial, industrial, and municipal customers who install Level 2 (240-Volt) or higher plug-in electric vehicle (EV) chargers at locations accessible to patrons, multi-family dwelling residents, commuters and visitors.
LADWP is providing commercial and residential rebates through the Charge Up LA program. Charge Up LA is in place to help Los Angeles go green by offsetting costs for the installation of commercial, multifamily, residential, and public EV charging station infrastructure.
To reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) and meet customer demand for more electric vehicle (EV) chargers in the region, SDG&E’s Power Your Drive program provides incentives for the installation of EV chargers at Multifamily and Commercial properties.
SoCal Edison is rolling out the Charge Ready program to help businesses installing electric vehicle charging equipment. This program is designed to help eligible commercial, multi-family, and public sector properties save on the installation of EV charging infrastructure.
The Communities in Charge incentive program, by CALSTART in partnership with GRID Alternatives and Tetra Tech, is providing funds to incentivize the rapid growth of level 2 light-duty EV charging infrastructure throughout California. The 2023 program has $30M in funds available and prioritizes properties and locations where communities live and gather most.
TEP is driving the adoption and implementation of clean energy technology by providing residential properties, commercial properties, and businesses rebates for the installation of EV chargers at their locations. Tucson Electric Power’s Smart EV Charging Program offers incentives and technical support for commercial businesses and multi-family customers.
In an effort to encourage clean transportation and improve Utah’s air quality, RMP is providing incentives for the installation of EV charging infrastructure. Rebates are available to Utah businesses, communities and multi-unit properties for both Level 2 and DC fast chargers.