Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Rebates

Currently there are over 40 models of electric vehicles (EVs) on the market in the United States, a number that is expected to grow as demand continues to increase. Government incentives are available for some models for both new and used EVs. The number of electric vehicles is expected to reach 18 million by 2030.​​To help facilitate the adoption of electric vehicles the Jamestown BPU is offering rebates on level 2 chargers to commercial and industrial customers in our service territory. 

Industrial customers should call Customer Service to request information on the EV charger incentives.

Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Incentive Amounts

Type of Equipment Incentive Amount
Level 2 Non-Networked Up to $500 per port
Level 2 Networked Up to $1,500 per port

Program Requirements

Chargers must be available to the business’ customers, employees or the general public. Non-networked chargers cannot require customers to pay for the service. Level 2 networked charger fees may not be above the BPU’s average commercial rate of 7¢ per kWh. Chargers are required to be in service for a minimum of five years. If the five-year period is not met, the customer will repay the BPU one fifth of the incentive amount for each year short of the five- year period. Chargers utilizing proprietary connectors are not eligible for rebates.