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Benefits & Rebates

Cut EV Charging Installation costs with a variety of federal, state and local incentives. Casco EV360 helps you qualify for incentives, plan, design and install with ease. 

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Federal Incentives:
Section 30C

The 2020 30C Tax Credit has been extended through 2021. The 30C credit covers 30% of the cost of a qualified property, up to $30,000 for businesses per location and $1,000 for a taxpayer’s primary residence. For property sold to a tax-exempt entity, such as a school or hospital, the seller of the property may have been able to claim the credit. 

State Incentives:

CALeVIP and its regional incentive projects are made possible through a grant by the Energy Commission’s Clean Transportation Program (formerly known as the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program) that supports innovations in transportation and fuel technologies. CALeVIP is currently funded for $124.9 million through Energy Commission funds, with potential of up to $200 million. Co-funding partner contributions currently total $32,281,870.

Upcoming Projects:

- Q4 2021 Alameda County $14M

- Q1 2022 South California $22M

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Regional Incentives:


SCE offers three Charge Ready Programs (commercial, public & multi-family properties), Charge Ready Transport Program (fleet vehicles), and Pilot Programs (parks, beaches & K-12 schools.) Casco EV360 is registered with SCE as a Charge Ready Trade Professional.


California electric utilities, including the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), are teaming up with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to offer the California Clean Fuel Reward (CCFR), a point-of-sale price reduction of up to $1,500 for the purchase or lease of any eligible new battery electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle from a participating automotive retailer. 



PG&E Fleet Program offers infrastructure incentives and charger rebates to offset costs.


Beginning in January 2022, SDG&E customers will be able to opt-in to the EV-HP Rate plan, a new rate structure that allows EV fleet customers to choose the amount of power they need to charge their vehicles and pay for it with a flat monthly subscription fee.

Local Incentives:

Pasadena Water Power 

Business can get up to $50,000 for installing EV chargers. 


Santa Barbara APCD

Receive up to $150,000 per project.


San Mateo EV Ready

EV Ready plans to install 3,500 charging ports in San Mateo County over the next four years. The effort includes $24 million in project incentives and $4 million towards free technical assistance for eligible properties, support of workforce development in the county and other assorted costs. San Mateo County is expected to have more than 45,000 EVs by 2025.

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  • Adjustable fee accommodations

  • Use as a profit center

  • Requires full state compliant ada upgrade & path of travel, can be expensive

  • Qualifies for CaleVIP & utility incentives 

  • No assigned spots 



  • No fee to user/nominal fee to cover costs

  • Minimal ADA upgrades to site

  • Section 30c credit only

  • Not available for CaleVIP

  • Limited utility company incentives 

  • Can be assigned spots 

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