Maryland's EV Charging Incentive Programs Can Help You Save on the Cost of Installing EV Charging

To help Maryland meet its emissions reduction goals, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) and multiple utilities have launched aggressive incentive programs.
Publicly available ChargePoint Level 2 station.
ChargePoint makes it easy to offer EV charging for assigned or shared parking.

Incentives Summary:

  • MEA EVSE: may cover up to $4,000 per Level 2 charging station
  • Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and Potomac Edison: cover up to 50% of installation and hardware costs for both Level 2 and DC fast chargers at apartments and condos
  • Pepco and Delmarva: cover up to $7,500 of the installation costs and up to 50% of Level 2 charging station costs at apartments and condos
  • Utility programs are available to commercial customers that own and operate a multifamily or mixed-use property
  • Some customers might be able to take advantage of rebates from MEA and their local utility.
  • Through ChargePoint as a Service, leasing is also an option and eligible for reimbursement for an applicable percentage.

You may also be able to combine this with the 30% Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Equipment credit to save even more!

With over 1,300 commercial charging spots already installed in Maryland, ChargePoint is the preferred charging network for local EV drivers. Your Maryland ChargePoint team is ready to help you benefit from this program. We are committed to building strong relationships with participants and will support your project each step of the way.

Have questions on how you can take advantage of these programs? We are here to help!