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Indiana EVSE Rebates & Incentives

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Program Overview

Indiana has implemented several programs to offset the costs of electric vehicles, but they have left the responsibility of offsetting charger costs to electric utility companies. Luckily, all major utility companies in Indiana provide rebates, grants, and/or tax credits for customers who install Level 2 and Direct Current Fast Chargers (DCFCs). For more information, please visit your utility company’s program guide. 

*The companies listed below are currency partnering with Liberty, but other Indiana utility companies offer rebates that our customers qualify for

Indiana Incentive Program Links

Indiana Dept. of Energy EV Webpage

Indiana Dept. of Transportation NEVI Webpage

Duke Energy (IN) Incentives

Project TypeIncentives AvailableCriteria
Public Level 2-$500 per charger-Location permitting24/7 public access
Multi-Unit Dwelling Level 2-$500 per charger-Located at an apartmentbuilding or retirement community
Workplace Level 2-$500 per charger-Located in an area where it is available for use by applicant’s employees
Fleet Level 2-$500 per charger-Utilized for charging one or more EVs as part of normal business operations

Duke Energy (IN) Program Links and Applications

Duke Energy Charger Installation Guide

Duke Energy EVSE Incentives

Duke Energy EVSE Program

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Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate – Indiana Michigan Power

Utility/Private EV Charging Incentive

Indiana Michigan Power offers a rebate of $250 per Level 2 EVSE port installed to eligible commercial, fleet, and multi-unit dwelling customers. Incentives are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For details visit the Indiana Michigan Power Charge at Work in Indiana website.

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