What is PowerMIFleet
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Benefit the Environment and Your Bottom Line
Charging Station Rebates
The PowerMIFleet program supports Level 2 and Direct Current (DC) Fast Chargers in a variety of installation configurations, based on your fleet’s needs.
You can select EV charger options from our Approved Charging Station List.
PowerMIFleet offers charger rebates of:
Make Ready Upgrades
Through the PowerMIFleet program, Consumers Energy will pay for, own and maintain all electric infrastructure from the transformer to the customer’s meter (TTM) infrastructure.
As part of these “make ready” upgrades, Consumers Energy will construct new or upgrade existing TTM infrastructure to ensure your site is ready to power your fleet EV chargers.
Be a Consumers Energy Electric Customer
Customers who purchase electricity through an Alternate Electric Supplier (“Retail Open Access”) are not eligible to participate.
Own or Lease the Property
You must have authority to install charging infrastructure at your site.
Own and Use at Least One EV
Your business or organization must acquire and deploy a minimum of one light, medium, or heavy-duty electric fleet vehicles.
Provide Data Related to Charger Use
Once the chargers are installed and operational, your organization must agree to share charger use data with Consumers Energy for the duration of the PowerMIFleet pilot program.
The program is funded through customer rates. The impact on a customer's bill is small. This is similar to other public purpose programs that are funded by customers. More EVs on the road and a larger electricity baseload benefits all of Michigan with cleaner air and lower rates – which is good for everyone.
Yes, state and/or federal fleet electrification incentive programs are fully stackable with PowerMIFleet.
The program supports on road and off-road fleet vehicles, including light, medium, and heavy-duty vehicles.
Your organization must acquire and deploy a minimum of one light, medium, or heavy-duty electric fleet vehicles by 2024. You may choose to electrify all or part of your fleet vehicles.
After the chargers are installed and operational, Consumers Energy will collect utilization data from the chargers on a daily basis in the form of kWh electric usage. This information will be anonymized and including in annual reporting to the Michigan Public Service Commission.
Interested in the PowerMIFleet Program?
Ready to learn more about the benefits of the PowerMIFleet program and the next steps to electrify your fleet? Submit your information and a member of our team will contact you.