Home Energy Rebates

Rebates may be available for the products we offer like EV charger installation, home energy storagelighting and more. Rebates are not guaranteed and specific details apply so please read the applications carefully.

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Rebate for Roseville Electric customers»

Roseville Electric is currently offering a $300 rebate on network-enabled “Level 2” EV Chargers. Customers currently enrolled in the Electric Rate Assistance Program or Medical Rate Assistance Program qualify for a $750 rebate.

EV rebates from Roseville Electric

SMUD Charge@Home Incentive Program >>

SMUD’s new Charge@Home incentive program will help you lower the cost of installing a qualified Level 2 charger at your home and/or home electrical costs needed to install a Level 2 charger.

If you’ve purchased a new or used electric vehicle on or after July 1, 2021, you are eligible for up to $500 towards the purchase of a Level 2 charger and/or up to $500 towards electrical work needed to accommodate your new charger.

Sweeten the deal with up to an additional $300 when you install a circuit-sharing device.

*Based on funding availability. Not eligible for Tesla equipment. Read specific requirements here: Charge@Home Terms and Conditions.

Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP)>>

In preparation for the next wildfire season, the California Public Utilities Commission has authorized funding of more than $1 billion through 2024 for SGIP. This funding includes prioritization of communities living in high fire-threat areas, communities that have experienced two or more utility Public Safety Power Shut-off (PSPS) events, as well as low income and medically vulnerable customers. The funds are also available for “critical facilities” that support community resilience in the event of a PSPS or wildfire.

Connected Technology is an authorized SGIP Developer.

 

PG&E Empower EV program>>

Starting in fall 2021, PG&E’s Empower EV program will offer special financial incentives of up to $2,500 per income-eligible household to cover the cost of purchasing or installing electric vehicle (EV) charging equipment.

PG&E Empower EV Program

Solar federal tax credit >>

The investment tax credit (ITC), also known as the federal solar tax credit, allows you to deduct 30% of the cost of installing a solar energy system from your federal taxes, retroactive to 12/31/21. The average savings is nearly $9,000. 
 

If you own an EV, it’s time to upgrade your home recharging truly recharge experience with this exclusive rebate offer from Liberty. Welcome home, relax, and recharge. Included in your offer, up to $1500: Home EV charger, subsidized installation, and a time-of-use plan to lower your costs.

EV Tax Credit is Back! >>

When you install an EV charger, you can deduct 30% of the cost of installation and hardware up to $1,000 from your federal taxes.

EV charger tax credit

El Dorado County (Air Quality Management District >>​

El Dorado County, through the Air Quality Management District, is offering their customers a $300 rebate towards the purchase of an EV charger (equipment). This is a rebate filled out by the customer and is an easy process for the customer. These are the requirements:

  • Proof of residency
  • Proof of ownership or lease of electric vehicle or plug-in hybrid vehicle
  • Copy of charger purchase receipt
  • Photograph of charger installed at your residence
  • Copy of final building permit (if not using an existing 220/240 volt outlet)

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