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Electric Vehicle Charger Rebate

Helping you make the switch

Electric vehicle enthusiast have helped to make Georgia a top-ranked market nationwide for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles. We are committed to supporting our customers who have or want to make the switch to clean transportation. That’s why we are offering a Rebate program that helps offset some of the cost associated with residential EV charger installations.


Bought a charger? Apply for a rebate

See if you're eligible to receive up to $250 rebate for installing a Level 2 Charger in your home.

Eligibility requirements

  • Must be a Georgia Power customer
  • 208/240 volt level 2 charger with dedicated circuit
  • Single family homes
  • Third-party vendors or EV charging businesses are not eligible
  • Rebates available for installations completed between Jan 1, 2022 – December 31,2022

Submit a rebate request form with a copy of paid installation and charger invoice(s) within 60 days after the EV charger has been installed.

Need a charger?

Get an Instant Rebate in the Georgia Power Marketplace.

Additional rebates

Currently there are no Georgia state tax incentives for the purchase of an Electric Vehicle. However, there are various federal tax incentives available. Check out the specifics here.

Benefits of driving electric

Owning an electric vehicle comes with a lot of perks that makes the decision to switch even easier. Besides the rebate program that we're offering, here are a few of the other benefits of driving electric:

  • Take advantage of incentives on electric vehicle and chargers
  • Improve commute time and cost savings with free HOV/HOT lane access
  • Save money on fuel and vehicle maintenance cost
  • Protect our environment with quiet, efficient and clean transportation
  • Get safe, efficient and fast EV charging

Frequently Asked Questions

Find the answers to all your questions.

What are the different types of EVs?

Electric Vehicles come in many forms. PEV, or Plug-in Electric Vehicle, is any vehicle that plugs in to recharge. These vehicles may or may not also have a gasoline engine on board. PEVs come in three types:

  • BEV, or Battery Electric Vehicle, is a total electric vehicle that stores electricity in batteries
  • PHEV, or Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle, primarily uses gasoline and is supplemented with electricity
  • EREV, or Extended-Range Electric Vehicle, primarily uses electricity and is supplemented with gasoline

How often does an EV battery need to be replaced? Can they be recycled?

Most electric vehicle owners will never replace the battery. Auto manufacturers are offering warranties of up to 100,000 miles, which is a sign of their confidence in the battery reliability. And with increased demand, the price of these batteries continues to decline.

 

Batteries used in electric vehicles are recyclable and will have many useful lives. There are a number of industries looking into second-life businesses for them.

How can I find Electric Vehicle charging stations?

Georgia ranks in the TOP 10 in the USA for public EV charging infrastructure. Georgia Power is committed to supporting the growth of EV adoption through our Community Charging program, where our community charging sites are part of a broader network of DC Fast Chargers in Georgia. Georgia Power offers over 50 public charging stations throughout the state to connect communities and enable EV travel across Georgia. Click here to see Georgia Power’s network of public charging.

 

In addition to our own network of charging stations, there are hundreds through PlugShare and ChargePoint.
To find locations visit PlugShare or ChargePoint for the most current locations.

See if you qualify for the rebate today!