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Community EV Charging Rebate

Get a Rebate Up to $7,500 With Overnight EV Charging


The number of electric vehicles on Michigan roads continue to go up each year. That means the demand for EV charging for shoppers, travelers and residents is rising too.

To help communities offset the costs associated with installing chargers, we’re offering a rebate up to $7,500.

APPLY FOR REBATE

EV charging overnight at a charger installed in their community, a result of the Consumers Energy Community EV Charging Rebate program

By Offering Convenient Overnight EV Charging You Can:


Make your community more desirable

With easy-to-use public charging you can draw EV driving travelers and residents looking for the right place to live, learn, shop, work and play.

Support the economy

Studies show that having public EV chargers bring new, loyal customers to local businesses and raise property values.

Plan for the future

Having an established EV charging network will showcase your community as forward-thinking and prepared for the future.

How to Qualify


  • Be a Consumers Energy commercial electric or combo customer

  • Own or have permission to install a charger in a parking lot or curbside location

  • Install any UL Listed, ENERGY STAR® Certified Level 2 charger with at least two plugs, two (2) NEMA 14-50 outlets, or five (5) 120-volt outlets on 100 amps of service

  • Install chargers or outlets in a public parking lot or curbside locations, within one to three blocks of a multifamily property or residential neighborhood

  • Agree to separate meter and enroll on commercial time of use (TOU) electric rate

Frequently Asked Questions