Georgia is among the top ten largest markets in the nation for Electric Vehicle (EV) charging, and more drivers are turning to electric transportation for lower ownership costs and cleaner energy choices.
By 2030, it is predicted that 50% of all new car sales will be electric vehicles. This is why we are committed to connecting our communities with charging infrastructure, so you can explore all of our state with range confidence.
We are bringing a cleaner and more sustainable future to the state of Georgia with electric transportation. By focusing on creating access to efficient charging infrastructure both at home and in public spaces, we are driving Georgia forward to a brighter tomorrow.
As the number of electric vehicles on the road increases, we are committed to increasing the availability of electric vehicle charging stations.
When undertaking a longer journey with your electric car, or if you do not have access to home charging, then charging on the public network will be essential.
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Electric Vehicles provide quiet, clean and efficient means of transporting people and good. It also offers users the opportunity to save money on fuel and maintenance costs while reducing the amount of emissions in the environment.
Georgia Power customers may be eligible to receive up to a $250 rebate for installing a Level 2 Charger in their home. Learn more about our rebates
All electric and plug-in hybrid cars purchased in or after 2010 may be eligible for a federal tax credit. To learn more about this tax credit, visit FuelEconomy.gov.
It can cost as little as $0. Today's electric vehicles are capable of being charged from a standard 120-volt circuit, which every home has, so a buyer can purchase a car, drive it home and charge it in a typical garage outlet. However, Georgia Power recommends using a dedicated 120-volt outlet to avoid overloading the circuit.
For those who would like to charge their cars faster, there are higher-powered chargers available. However, because of the higher voltage, a permit may be required for the home installation of some of the faster chargers.
We recommend contacting your electrician for home electrical upgrades.