Alliant Energy - Electric Vehicle Charging Station Rebate

Program Alliant Energy - Electric Vehicle Charging Station Rebate
Category Financial Incentive
Implementing sector Utility
Last Update
State Wisconsin
Administrator Alliant Energy
Sectors Residential

Level II Charging Station Rebate

Download the Level 2 EV charger rebate claim form here and Find out what type of EV charging station could work best for your home here.

  • Residential: $500 rebate for a networked Level 2 Electric Vehicle Service Equipment (EVSE)
  • Residential: $250 for a non-networked Level 2 EVSE
  • Commercial and Industrial: $500 for a single-port wall or pedestal EVSE 
  • Commercial and Industrial: $1,000 for the purchase of a dual-port EVSE
  • Commercial and Industrial: $1,500 for a dual-port networked EVSE

Level II Electric Vehicle Charge Stations

Level 2 charging uses 240 volt power to enable faster regeneration of an EV’s battery system. Providing this type of charging requires installation of an EVSE unit and electrical wiring capable of handling higher voltage power. Plug-in America’s PlugStar tools offer a listing of Level 2 EVSE currently on the market. Many utilities are offering free level 2 charging equipment and/or incentives with an electric car purchase. These stations provide fast charge times of 10 - 20 miles of range per hour of charge and about 3% more energy efficiency than level 1 stations. These systems are more expensive than level 1 stations and may have a potentially higher impact on peak kilowatt demand charges for businesses. 

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