EV Ready Checklist

Three Steps to Choosing the Right Home Charging Equipment


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120-Volt Outlet

Adds about five miles per hour of charging. Plug your vehicle’s charging cord into a normal household, three-prong, 120-volt outlet.

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240-Volt Outlet

Adds about 15 miles per hour of charging. Requires installation of a 240-volt charging station.


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Want to Increase Your Charging Power?

Our new PowerMIDrive™ rebates are available to residential customers who install a Level 2 Charger at home.

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PowerMIDrive Rebates Available

You can qualify for a rebate of up to $400 with a new Level 2 charger installation, or an installation within the prior 12 months.

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3. Install Your Charger

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Plug It In

If you selected Level 1 charging, move on to pick your electric rate below.

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Licensed Contractor

Consult a licensed electrical contractor to see what’s needed for your Level 2 charger installation. Your contractor or local city government can inform you of permits or other documents as required.

Pick Your Electric Rates

First, explore your rate options. Then, call us at 877-904-9246 to change your rate or to ask additional questions about your electric vehicle.

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