Many governments and utilities offer tax credits and rebates to encourage the deployment of charging infrastructure. See the list below for the currently available incentives by state.
Detroit based DTE Energy now offers charger rebates through its Charging Forward program as an incentive for commercial, workplace, and residential customers to deploy charging stations throughout its service area.
Residential Smart Charger Support - Provides up to $500 rebates to support the installation of ~2,800 smart chargers, including the ChargePoint Level 2 Home EV Charger.
Charging Infrastructure Enablement - Supports the deployment of ~32 DC Fast Charger (DCFC) stations with a rebate of $20,000 per charger and ~1,000 Level 2 ports with a rebate of $2,500 per port. Also supports the charging infrastructure for electrified fleets.
The rebates are structured as follows:
DC Fast Charger (DCFC) stations receive $20,000 per charger
Level 2 stations receive $2,500 per port