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How to apply for The PSEG, O & R or JCP&L EV Charger Rebates

In this blog post, you’ll learn how to apply for a PSEG rebate. The decision to switch to an electric vehicle has paid dividends for many drivers across New Jersey. With lower emissions, substantial fuel savings, and federal and state-level incentives available to EV owners, choosing an electric vehicle is an easy decision to make.

But if there’s one thing that can complicate the transition, it’s the reliance on public charging stations. At the same time, New Jersey offers almost 3,000 public chargers, the anxiety of running out of charge when on the go is a would-be deterrent for EV purchases. Having to charge between drives can be a real hassle, especially if you’re juggling a full schedule. It’ll be much easier if you’d come home to a charger waiting in your garage.

Why Invest In a Residential EV Charger?

EV drivers should invest in a home EV charger to always have a reliable power source. Having an EV charger installed at your home provides the utmost convenience and ensures you’re ready to go anytime, eliminating the need to rely on public charging stations. With a home charger, you can recharge your electric vehicle overnight, like charging your mobile devices, providing a full battery each morning for the day’s travels.
Utility companies recognize the shift towards electric vehicles and supports this transition through its Electric Vehicle Charging Program. This program offers rebates for installing Level 2 chargers in residential homes.

A Level 2 EV charger is a significant upgrade from the standard Level 1 charger that often comes with your vehicle. These chargers use a 240-volt power supply, the same one meant for heavy-duty appliances in your home, i.e., clothes dryer or electric range. This high-power supply allows for faster charging rates, which means you spend less time waiting for your EV to charge and more time on the road.
Typically, a Level 2 charger can replenish an electric vehicle’s battery to full power in just a few hours, compared to the extensive charging times with Level 1 chargers. The charger is also versatile, compatible with all plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles, provided an appropriate adapter is used. The convenience and efficiency of Level 2 chargers make them an excellent investment for any EV owner.

Rebates for EV Charger Installation in New Jersey

The program lists a rebate of up to $1500 per charger for PSEG & similar for other utility companies in a residential setting. Aside from the rebate for the charger, there’s an added benefit for those needing utility service upgrades. This funding helps offset the cost of these necessary upgrades, making switching to at-home EV charging even more affordable.

But the incentives don’t stop there. Certain chargers may likewise be eligible for a credit for charging during off-peak periods. By charging your vehicle when electricity demand is low, you can save on your electricity bill and help reduce strain on the power grid. This benefit provides financial incentives and promotes energy sustainability by encouraging EV owners to charge their vehicles in a way that’s beneficial to the overall energy system.

To apply for the PSEG Rebate, Follow These Steps

Step 1 – Visit the PSE&G Electric Vehicle Charging Program’s website and navigate to the ‘Rebate Application’ section. The website is designed to be user-friendly, and you should easily find the ‘Rebate Application’ section on the main navigation bar. Clicking on this will lead you to a page that provides comprehensive details about the program, including its objectives, benefits, and eligibility criteria. Read through this information carefully to ensure you understand the program’s scope and your potential eligibility for the rebate.

You’ll find the application form once you’ve navigated through this introductory information. This form is easy to fill out, but it requires detailed information about your vehicle, your home’s electric setup, and others, so see that you have this information on hand before starting the application process.

Step 2 – Before proceeding, ensure you have the necessary documents. These include a copy of the charger’s purchase receipt and your recent PSEG bill. Having these documents ready will make the application process smoother and faster.

Step 3 – In the application, you’ll be prompted to provide detailed information about your charger, vehicle, and charging habits. You’ll need to submit information such as the make, model, and year of your vehicle as well as the brand and model of your charger. You must provide accurate information, as it’ll be used to determine your eligibility for the rebate.
Step 4 – You’re to upload the necessary documents mentioned above. You must include a clear, legible copy of your charger’s purchase receipt and your most recent PSEG bill. The receipt must show the date of purchase, the make and model of the charger, and the price you paid. Likewise, your PSEG bill should display your account number.
Once you’ve filled out all the fields and attached all the necessary documents, review your application one last time to guarantee all the information is accurate. When you’re ready, submit your application. You should receive an email confirmation that your application has been received and is being reviewed.

Be reminded that the processing time for applications will vary. However, you should expect to hear back from PSEG within six weeks of your application submission. In the meantime, continue to charge your vehicle as usual and start enjoying the convenience and efficiency of your new Level 2 charger. It won’t be long for you to be qualified for your rebate and start saving on your electricity bills.

Aside from the rebates afforded by the Electric Vehicle Charging Program, other programs like the Federal EV Charger Tax Credit will let you save on the cost of your EV charger. There is also the Orange & Rockland rebait as well as the JCP&L rebait. Before investing in an electric charging station for your electric vehicle, do some research and see what types of discounts are available. Look into these options and maximize the savings available for your home charging requirements.

Last Thoughts on Apply for an EV Rebait

If you would like to install an EV charger in your home, then give Gladiator Electric a call. We specialize in all types of EV charging stations for your home and can get the job done at a reasonable price while minimizing the impact to your home. Just fill in your information HERE and we’ll get back to you.

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Mike has been in the industry since 2000 and is the owner of Gladiator Electric. After working for local Bergen County established electrical contractors and completing a 5 year state-sanctioned apprenticeship program, Mike become a foreman for a large company where he remained for over a decade. As an accomplished Martial artist in Brazilian jiu jitsu , Muay Thai & boxing Mike has learned focus, tolerance, fairness, humbleness, discipline and personal growth.