Residential Charger Rebate

Through Pepco’s EVsmart Program, you may be eligible for a $300 rebate when you install a qualified Level 2 smart charger for your home. Upgrading to a Level 2 smart charger allows you to charge your electric vehicle faster and may include an optional Wi-Fi app to control your settings and save money.

Any Pepco customer who lives in a single-family home (either attached or detached) with secure home Wi-Fi (hotspots not sufficient) is eligible to participate. Customers must agree to share charging data with Pepco. Rebates are limited and are available while supplies last.

How to Participate

  1. Purchase a qualifying charger from the retailer of your choice, and have installed at your home.
    • Eligible chargers include:
      Manufacturer Model #
      ChargePoint CPH25-L25-P
      ChargePoint CPH25-L25
      ChargePoint CPH25-L18-P
      ChargePoint CPH25-L18
      Siemens VCSG30GCPUW
    • Level 2 smart chargers require installation of a 240-volt outlet. It is recommended that you hire a qualified electrician who is familiar with EV charging equipment. Installation charges will vary, but can range from $200 to $1,000.*
  2. Apply for the rebate. After successful installation, fill out the rebate application and submit by email to plugin@pepco.com.
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  3. Receive your rebate in approximately 4 to 6 weeks. Your rebate will arrive by mail once your application has been submitted, received, and approved.

*Source: Marylandev.org/charging

Why Participate?

Save time. Level 2 smart chargers can fully charge an EV in 3 to 8 hours, compared to standard Level 1 chargers, which require 11 to 20 hours. Each additional hour with a Level 2 smart charger adds about 20 miles of driving range.*

Save money. Only Level 2 smart chargers are eligible for the $300 residential charger rebate. You may also be eligible for an additional rebate from the state of Maryland for your smart charger. Learn more.

Gain control. Level 2 smart chargers work similarly to smart thermostats. When plugged in, you can potentially control when your EV starts and stops charging through your charger’s app on your smartphone.

*Source: Marylandev.org/charging

Learn More

For more information on EVs, visit Marylandev.org.

Questions?

Email plugin@pepco.com.

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