DNREC offers rebates to lower the cost of electric vehicle charging stations that can be installed at your workplace, outside your businesses and in other public places.
Clean Vehicle Rebates
Division of Climate, Coastal and Energy
This program is part of Delaware’s commitment to innovation in the transportation sector, reducing greenhouse gases, and improving Delaware’s air quality. It supports the Delaware Clean Vehicle Rebate Program.
The Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Rebate Program provides rebates for Level 2 electric vehicle charging stations purchased between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022.
Four types of charging stations are eligible:
Rebates for residential charging stations are no longer offered under the Clean Vehicle Incentive Program.
Refer to the Rebate Program Description and Guidance for the full list of eligibility requirements.
The rebate amount is for the cost of the charging station only. The maximum rebate amounts are $3,500 for single port and $7,000 for dual port.
|Rebate Amount||Limit per Location|
|Commercial||Government / nonprofit||Commercial||Government / nonprofit|
|Public Access||75%||90%||6 charging ports||6 charging ports|
|Workplace||75%||90%||6 charging ports||6 charging ports|
|Fleet||75%||90%||6 charging ports||10 charging ports|
|Multi-Family||90%||90%||10 charging ports||10 charging ports|
Review the Rebate Program Description and Guidance, including eligibility requirements.
Note: Supplier File ID numbers are taking longer than normal to receive. Please be patient while the Supplier Maintenance Team works through the influx of requests. (12/15/20)
If you have previously registered as a Supplier, you do not need to complete this step.
Put together your application package as one PDF file:
Send your application package in one PDF to DNREC.Transportation@delaware.gov and wait 8 to 10 weeks to receive your rebate.
For charging stations purchased between Jan. 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021, please use this application form.
This rebate may be considered taxable income by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and the Delaware
Department of Revenue. It shall be the sole responsibility of the recipient, individually, to seek
professional advice and determine the tax consequences of this rebate.