Connecticut Electric Vehicle Charging Program

It is easy to enroll, just complete the following steps.

  1. Review the participation options and identify which option is applicable to your situation.
  2. Click Apply Now and select your preferred participation option.
  3. Complete a rebate application by first registering for this portal (your username and password here will be different from
  4. Submit your application with all required documentation.
  5. Our team may follow up with you if there is any missing information or clarification required.
  6. Follow the instructions in your application approval email to connect your device.
  7. After both your application and device connection have been verified, we’ll issue your enrollment rebate check, and you will receive a second confirmation email.

The enrollment process is also demonstrated in this video.

Upon successful completion of this process, you will be enrolled in Managed Charging for additional ongoing rewards.

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Participation Options

There are three ways to enroll and receive Connecticut electric vehicle charging incentives from Eversource.

  1. Install a New Level 2 Smart Charger - Install a new smart charger from the qualified product list and connect it to your home internet network.
  2. Activate a Vehicle Connection - Select vehicle models can connect directly using your vehicle’s existing network to receive an enrollment incentive.
  3. Enroll an Existing Level 2 Smart Charger – Enroll a smart charger from the qualified product list and receive an incentive.

Either a New Level 2 Smart Charger or a Vehicle Connection may be combined with a Wiring Upgrade incentive that helps offset the cost to get power where you need it to charge your electric vehicle.

All participation paths require enrollment in Managed Charging. This qualifies you to receive ongoing incentives of up to $200 per year for charging during off-peak hours and/or participating in events that reduce electricity usage for short periods of time when there is high demand or stress on the electrical grid.

For additional details, please consult the Program Guide.