At Work: Electric Vehicles and Charging Solutions
Thinking about installing electric vehicle (EV) chargers at your business or switching your fleet to EVs? Our video library and other resources can help you understand how EVs work and why businesses in Maine and around the world are making the switch to EVs.
Funding for Public EV Charging Stations
Incentives are now available for public Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) chargers in rural communities. Local governments, businesses, tribal governments, and non-profits in eligible towns may apply for this FON. Projects at local government-owned properties, tribal properties, and public libraries are eligible for enhanced incentives. Click here to learn more about this opportunity. Applications are open until June 30, 2023.
Installing Public and Commercial EV Chargers
Installing Level 2 Electric Vehicle Chargers: Guide to installing Level 2 EV chargers at commercial and public properties from Efficiency Maine.
Installing Level 2 EV Chargers
Are you considering installing electric vehicle (EV) chargers at a public site, workplace, or multiunit dwelling? Efficiency Maine’s upcoming webinar will cover selecting charging equipment, choosing a site, collecting payments, and more. The webinar will be offered on:
- Monday, April 3, 2023, at 9:00 a.m. – Click here to register
- Click here to watch a webinar video.
EV Charger Installation Resources
- List of Maine EV Charging Service Providers: These companies have experience installing, supplying, and providing project management assistance for EV charging stations.
- Qualified Partners: Find an Efficiency Maine Qualified Partner near you with experience installing Level 2 chargers. Select “Electric Vehicle Chargers” on the list of service options.
You can sign up to receive notifications about funding opportunities and other EV program announcements from Efficiency Maine here. Be sure to select the box for “Electric Vehicle Notices.”
Electric Vehicle Rebates
Efficiency Maine offers instant rebates for eligible battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) at participating Maine car dealers. Eligible BEVs and PHEVs direct from a manufacturer are eligible for mail-in rebates. Click on the adjacent yellow links to learn more about electric vehicles, how charging works, and how to get a rebate.