Rebates and Incentives for Commercial Customers

There are a variety of federal, state and local rebates and incentives available to help commercial entities receive funding for electric vehicles and EV charging stations. See below for more information!

Program:

Description:

Incentive Amount:

Commercial Clean Vehicle Credit Businesses and tax-exempt organizations that buy a qualified commercial clean vehicle may qualify for a clean vehicle tax credit of up to $40,000 under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 45W. Click here for more information on the IRS website.  Tax credit of up to $40,000
Mass Fleet Advisor
  • Provides fleets with a detailed and personalized plan for electrification that will serve as the first step toward preparing your fleet for transition to electric vehicles.
  • Aims to support electrification planning by pairing businesses and nonprofits with a technical consultant who will work with you to analyze your fleet and prepare an electrification plan that is tailored to your business.
  • Does NOT require the purchase of any electric vehicles and does not provide any funding to fleets
Free technical assistance for commercial vehicle fleets to prepare for electrification
MassEVIP: Workplace
and Fleet
Charging Program
This program provides grants for employers and fleet operators to acquire and install Level 1 and Level 2 EV charging stations. Provides up to 60 percent of the funding to a maximum of $50,000 per street address for hardware and installation costs.
MassEVIP: Multi-Unit Dwelling & Educational Campus Charging Program Grants available for property owners or managers to acquire and install Level 1 and Level 2 EV charging stations. Multi-unit dwellings with five or more residential units and educational campuses with at least 15 students on site are eligible. Provides up to 60 percent of the funding to a maximum of $50,000 per street address for hardware and installation costs.
MassEVIP: Fleets Program This program provides grants for municipalities, state agencies and state colleges/universities to buy or lease EVs.  Various grants available including up to $7,500 for BEVs and up to $5,000 for PHEVs.
MassEVIP Public Access Charging Program Grants availabe for property owners or managers with publicly accessible parking to acquire and install Level 1 and Level 2 EV charging stations.  Up to 80-100% of EV charging station equipment and installation to a maximum of $50,000 per street address.
HG&E Commercial Energy Conservation Program Funding available to assist with electric vehicle infrastructure costs including service upgrades, equipment costs and installation costs. Financial assistance offered at 0% interest.
MOR-EV Program Electric vehicle rebates available for commercial entities and non-profit organizations. Rebate amounts vary depending on the type of vehicle. See program webpage for more information. 

Questions?

Contact: efficiency@hged.com