Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Program

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ATTENTION- 4/20/22 Funding Status Update: Funding for the FY22 EVSE Rebate Program has been depleted with 100% of the budgeted funds having been committed.

MEA will continue to receive EVSE rebate applications, in the event additional funding becomes available in Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23), which begins July 1, 2022. Please note that at this time MEA cannot guarantee the availability of funds, budget figure, nor the structure of the Program in FY23. Impacted applicants will receive confirmation of application receipt by email, and applications will be retained in the event additional funding becomes available. In the event additional funding becomes available, MEA expects to process applications in the order they were received. Additional guidance will be posted to the program website as it becomes available.​

Program Description: The Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) Rebate Program provides funding assistance for costs incurred acquiring and/or installing qualified EV supply equipment, also referred to as charging stations.

Program Purpose: The EVSE Rebate Program aims to reduce the financial burden of acquiring and/or installing charging stations and to increase EV adoption in support of the state’s EV deployment and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals.

Type of Program: Rebate; Non-competitive (first-come, first-served)

Anticipated Program Budget: The total amount of funding currently available for this rebate program in state fiscal year (FY) 2022 (7/1/21- 6/30/22) is up to $1,800,000. 

Applicants are encouraged to thoroughly review the FY22 EVSE Rebate Program guidelines below. This document contains information regarding project requirements, eligibility restrictions, the application process, and program terms and conditions. Please follow the application instructions provided within the document.​​

Program Documents:

For more general program information, contact MEA by email at michael.jones1@maryland.gov ​or by phone at 410-598-2090 to speak with Mike Jones, MEA Transportation Program Manager. If you have questions regarding submitted applications and/or their status, please contact evse.mea@maryland.gov.

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