MCEv Charging for Your Workplace or Multifamily Property
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MCEv is now offering a larger charging rebate for workplace and multifamily properties to help you save significantly on hardware and installation costs.
Plus MCEv is offering free technical assistance for the first 40 projects, providing you with an EV charging expert and electrician to help make your project a reality.
MCEv charging rebate and technical assistance is available on a first-come, first-served basis so don’t wait!
- Your workplace or multifamily property must located in MCE’s service area
- You must either be a
- workplace that will offer charging to your employees and/or fleet, or
- multifamily property of 4 or more units that will offer charging to your tenants
- $3,000 per charging port for 2-20 charging ports
- Additional $500 per charging port for charging stations that have opted up to Deep Green 100% renewable energy
- May be combined with other rebates
- FREE technical assistance for the first 40 projects
MCEv Charging Projects
Check out all our MCEv charging projects.
MCE has funded and installed over 600 EV charging ports in our service area and we’re eager to do more.
Help us encourage drivers to make the switch to all-electric vehicles while supporting the State of California’s goal of 1.5 million EVs by 2025. Will you join us?
Featured Charging Project: City of Richmond
“I have and would encourage others to utilize these MCE programs as they were very instrumental to increase our service deliverables to the public.”
Denée Evans, Transportation Demand and Sustainability Manager
- Upgraded discontinued chargers with networked stations
- Doubled charging capacity from single-port to dual-port
- City offers up to 4 hours of free charging to staff as benefit
- EV chargers with Deep Green 100% renewable electricity
The MCEv charging rebate can reimburse the installation and/or hardware costs of networked Level 2 charging stations at workplaces and multifamily properties – not to exceed 100% of the total project costs after all incentives are accounted for.
The MCEv charging rebate does NOT cover any annual vendor fees, maintenance costs, or electricity costs of the charging ports.
In addition to the rebate, MCEv provides technical assistance for the first 40 qualified projects. The technical assistance comprises of the following services:
- EV Charger Planning Report specific to your project including:
- Site assessment to help determine where to place your charging station including a review of ADA options
- Load study to help you understand the site’s electrical capacity, how many ports can be handled by your current electrical systems, and what upgrades may need to occur to handle your EV charging project
- Overview of additional incentives available
- Support in EV charging vendor selection
- Recommendations for operating your EV chargers post-installation, such as pricing for users
- Ongoing technical Q&A
The customer is still responsible for managing their own project including selecting a vendor.
Deep Green is MCE’s 100% renewable energy service made of solar and wind produced in California. Half of the Deep Green premium is invested in MCE’s Local Renewable Energy & Program Development Fund, helping to install over 600 electric vehicle charging ports and build renewable projects across MCE’s service area.
EVs are only as clean as the electricity that powers them. That’s why MCE encourages EV charging stations to opt up to Deep Green 100% renewable energy so that EVs can run even cleaner.
Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s Charge Program is relaunching in early 2020 with stackable charging station rebates for workplace and multifamily projects across MCE’s service area.
Transportation Authority of Marin’s Alternative Fuel & Electric Vehicle Program offers charging station rebates for public sector customers in Marin County.
No, the charging stations do not have to be open to the public. You can determine who is able to access the chargers and when.
You can work with your charging vendor to set fee and rate structures to increase their utilization and, if desired, set discounts for certain groups to easily manage benefits. For example, an employer or multifamily property owner who wants to provide charging for staff or tenants at a free or discounted rate can create special access codes for that group while charging a different rate for the general public.