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Commercial Charging

Incentives for Electric Vehicle Charging at Commercial Properties

 

Program Description Incentive Amount
MassEVIP: Workplace
and Fleet (WPF)
Charging Program
Grants available for employers and fleet operators to acquire electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. Up to 60% of EV charging station equipment and installation to a maximum of $50,000 per street address.
MassEVIP: Multi-Unit
Dwelling & Educational
Campus Charging
Incentives
Grants available for the owners of multi-unit dwellings and educational campuses to acquire electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. Up to 60% of EV charging station equipment and installation to a maximum of $50,000 per street address.
MassEVIP: Fleets
Program
Electric vehicle grants available for municipal governments, public colleges/universities, and state agencies to acquire electric vehicles for their fleets. Various grants available, including up to $7,500 for BEVs and up to $5,000 for PHEVs.
MassEVIP: Public
Access Charging
Program
Grants available for property owners and managers with publicly accessible parking for electric vehicle charging stations Up to 80-100% of EV charging station equipment and installation to a maximum of $50,000 per street address.
MassEVIP: Direct
Current Fast Charging
Program
Grants available for DC fast charging stations for public use at non-residential private, public, or non-profit sites and educational campuses. Up to 60-100% of charging station equipment and installation to a maximum of $50,000 per street address.
Norwood Drives Electric Program Funding may be available to assist with electric vehicle infrastructure costs including service upgrades, equipment costs and installation costs. For more information, contact an EV Charging Infrastructure Specialist:
 Call (833) 443-8363
NorwoodEV@norwoodlight.com

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