The federal tax credit, often referred to as the 30C tax credit, covers up to 30% of EV charger equipment and installation costs. For non-residential installations, the tax credit is up to $100,000. Starting in 2023, customers must follow prevailing wage and apprenticeship guidelines for installation or the credit is capped at 6% of cost. Chargers must also be located in approved “census tracts”. You claim the credit on your Federal tax return by completing a form 8911.