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EWEB EV Chargers by Eugene Water & Electric Board – Oregon EV Charger Rebate

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June 16, 2024
Rebate Processing Notes:
Pre-approval not required. Application must be submitted within 120 days
Program Geography:
Utility
Program Status:

Open

Program History
11/29/2021Commercial rebates updated Oct 2021
EquipmentRebate TypeRequirementsRebate Amount
Commercial Public Level 2 ChargersPrescriptiveMust be for public use
Multifamily housing sites must have 5 units or more
For multiple port chargers, each user must be able to charge simultaneously at full capacity or only rebate will apply
Must have power output capacity of 30 amps minimum, and equipped with the SAE J1772 standard connector plug.
Lesser of
$1,500 per Port
OR
50% of Project Cost
Residential Level 2 ChargersPrescriptiveThe charger must be equipped with the SAE J1772 standard connector or Tesla plug
There is a limit of one rebate per account.
Lesser of
$500 per Charger
OR
100% of Project Cost
Multifamily Affordable Housing Level 2 ChargersPrescriptiveMust be for public use
Multifamily housing sites must have 5 units or more
For multiple port chargers, each user must be able to charge simultaneously at full capacity or only rebate will apply
Must have power output capacity of 30 amps minimum, and equipped with the SAE J1772 standard connector plug.
Lesser of
$2,000 per Port
OR
50% of Project Cost
DCFC Chargers – Single PortPrescriptiveMust be for public use
Must have power rating of 50kW minimum, and equipped with the CCS or CHAdeMO standard connector plug.
Lesser of
$10,000 per Station
OR
50% of Project Cost
DCFC Chargers – Dual PortPrescriptiveMust be for public use
Must have power rating of 50kW minimum, and equipped with the CCS or CHAdeMO standard connector plug.
Lesser of
$15,000 per Station
OR
50% of Project Cost
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