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30% Federal Tax Credit for EV Charger Install Thru Dec. 31, 2021.

Receive a federal tax credit of 30% of the cost of purchasing and installing an EV charging station (up to $1,000 credit for residential installations, and up to $30,000 credit for commercial installations). Call (805) 466-5595 or click here to GET A QUOTE.

30% federal tax credit logoThe home of the (near) future will have solar energy, an EV charger, battery backup, and an active energy management system. That's where Solarponics comes in. Installing solar + battery + EV charger at the same time saves money and maximizes your total investment. Level 2 Chargers from $1,400 installed. Tesla Chargers from $1,400 installed.  Less 30% tax credit, final cost from $980 installed.

Why Should You Consider a Level 2 EV Charger Upgrade?

The plug that comes with most e-vehicles is typically a Level 1 EV charge connector. It plugs into a standard wall outlet for simple and convenient use. Level 1 chargers are slow, typically delivering only 2-3 mph of charge. A Level 2 EV charging system can charge up to 24 mph. Save time. Charge faster with a Level 2 EV Charger.

EV Chargers

Solarponics installs Level 2 EVSE, high power, high quality charging stations ranging from 12 amps to 80 amps. Level 2 chargers can charge up to 7X faster than a Level 1 cordset that comes with most electric vehicles.

Level 2 chargers are outdoor-rated, and come with up to 25 feet charging cable. Rebates may be available for EV charging + Solar energy systems. Compatible with all EV vehicles.

Solarponics can size and install an EV charging system for most vehicles for residential and commercial applications.

Learn more about Clipper Creek EV chargers. The Highest Standards. The Happiest Customers.

How much electricity does my EV use? Learn how to calculate your EV costs here.

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For more information about claiming the credit, see IRS Form 8911, which is available on the IRS Forms and Publications website. (Reference Public Law116-260, Public Law 116-94, Public Law 115-123, Public Law 114-113, 26 U.S. Code 30C and 38, and IRS Notice 2007-43(PDF))