Sacramento County, California will award up to $15.5 million for businesses and nonprofits to install commercial-grade Level 2 chargers and high-powered DC fast chargers. The Sacramento County Incentive Project is led by the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP).
CALeVIP is accepting applications for DC fast charger installation rebates of up to $70,000 per charger, or 75 percent of the cost of installation, and Level 2 charger rebates of up to $6,000 per connector. Rebates of up to $80,000 for DC fast chargers and up to $6,500 for Level 2 chargers have been set aside for disadvantaged communities.
Sacramento County has nearly 700 public chargers and more than 10,000 EVs, according to Sacramento Municipal Utility District officials. California aims to have 250,000 chargers and 5 million EVs on its roads by 2030.
Source: Green Car Congress