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The Delaware Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Rebate Program
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations purchased between Nov. 1, 2016 and June 30, 2018
NOTE: Due to the end of the 2017 fiscal year, the State of Delaware is unable to release rebate payments from June 13 through July 10. DNREC still encourages you to submit rebates for vehicles during this time, but to be aware that payment may be delayed and take longer than the typical 6-8 week processing time.
The purpose of the Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Rebate Program is to provide incentives for Delawareans and Delaware based businesses towards the purchase of Level 2 electric vehicle charging equipment. This program is aligned with Delaware’s commitment to innovation in the transportation sector, reducing greenhouse gases, and improving Delaware’s air quality.
This program compliments the Delaware Clean Vehicle Rebate program, which provides rebates for electric, propane, and natural gasoline vehicles.
For additional information on the Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Rebate Program please click here.
The table below summarizes the rebate amounts available for Level 2 electric vehicle charging stations under this program, based on the property type:
Under this program, a workplace is defined as an employer with 15 or more employees in a non-residential place of business. Please click here for more information on Workplace Charging.
Rebates are limited to six charging station per business and workplace and one charging station rebate per person.
All applicants are required to submit the following documentation:
In addition, the applicant must submit a W-9 form online, which can be accessed here.
Apply for a Rebate
Download an application based on the property type that the charging station will be placed at:
*Under this program, a workplace is defined as an employer with 15 or more employees in a non-residential place of business.
Submit the completed application via email to DNREC.Transportation@state.de.us or via mail to The Delaware Division of Energy and Climate, 100 W. Water Street, Suite 5A, Dover, Delaware, 19904. Applications must be signed bythe purchaser. The applicant is responsible for ensuring that all documentation is complete.
Taxibility of Charging Station Rebates
In order for applicants to receive a rebate, the applicant MUST submit a W-9 form ONLINE. Any W-9 forms submitted with an application will be shredded immediately. The link to the State of Delaware W-9 online page is https://w9.accounting.delaware.gov/W9form.aspx . Applications will not be processed without this documentation.
Rebates may be considered taxable income by the IRS. Please consult your tax professional.
Frequently Asked Questions
For a list of FAQs, please click here. If you have additional questions, please email DNREC.Transportation@state.de.us