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Investing and installing EV charging stations at your property can be a game-changer for both your company and customers. By providing charging options for electric vehicles, you demonstrate your commitment to sustainability and contribute to reducing carbon emissions.


Attract more customers to your property, as EV drivers are actively seeking out locations with charging facilities. This can translate into increased foot traffic, higher customer loyalty, and positive word-of-mouth advertising.



Future-proof your property against the shift towards electric vehicles, which is set to accelerate in the coming years. By offering this added convenience, you can differentiate your business from the competition and enhance your reputation as a forward-thinking company.


With various incentives available to help offset the cost of installation, investing in EV charging stations is more affordable than ever before, making it a smart and practical choice for any business looking to stay ahead of the curve.

Find out what incentives your property qualifies for:

  • The Oregon Department of Transportation will launch the Community Charging Rebates Program in June 2023. There is $1.75 million available in the program’s first round, with 70% of the available funds invested in rural or disadvantaged communities. Publicly accessible locations will be provided $4,250 per port, up to 75% of eligible project costs, and multi-family housing locations will be provided $5,500 per port, up to 75% of eligible project costs.

  • Central Lincoln Community Owned Electric Utility is offering commercial members up to a $250 rebate to install L2 Charger at  multi-family dwellings or businesses.

  • City of Ashland businesses can receive a $500-$1,000 rebate for installing a workplace charger.

  • EWEB's $1,000 Smart Charge Rebate for commercial customers can help offset the purchase and installation cost of a qualified Level 2 public charging station. 

  • Pacific Power is launching a pilot program that offers rebates up to $1,000 to commercial and business customers installing electric vehicle chargers at their locations and up to $3,000 to nonresidential customers (owners or managers) of multifamily residential buildings that includes three or more units. The program is currently only available to Oregon customers and Level 2 charging equipment must be approved by Pacific Power.

  • The PGE Business EV Charging Pilot Program may provide PGE non-residential customers who install EV chargers at your commercial property a rebate of $500 per port (chargers typically have one or two ports) to help offset the cost. Income-eligible multifamily properties may get up to $2,300 per port.

  • The PGE Fleet Partner program is can help guide you through the planning process of transitioning your fleet to EVs. PGE will support your project with in-depth analysis and recommendations specific to your fleet operations. The result will leave you with the information you need to get leadership buy-in and execute your EV project with confidence.

  • Tillamook People’s Electric Utility is offering commercial members up to $500 (up to 1,000 for multi-port charger) rebate to install EV chargers.

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