Electric Vehicles (EVs) can help you save a lot on fuel – even with lower gas prices. Do the math here.
Today there are generous incentives for buying an EV, like federal tax credits and free access to Georgia's HOT lanes. Plus, Georgia Power offers rebates on installing chargers in homes and businesses and special rates for EV owners.
Georgia Power is also actively expanding the number of charging locations in Georgia allowing EV users longer driving ranges. And with an engine having less moving parts and no oil to change, maintenance on your EV can cost less. You'll zip along in rush hour, as all EVs get access to HOV and HOT lanes in Georgia.
Community Charging Network
Welcome to Georgia Power's Community Charging Network. Each charging location is equipped with Level 2 and DC Fast Chargers, including both CHADeMO & CCS combo connectors. To access the chargers, drivers will need a Georgia Power Card, ChargePoint Card or an EZ Charge Card activated on the ChargePoint network.
Beginning October 1, 2015
DC Fast Charging:
$4.95 activation fee (1st 20 min.)
Then 25 cents per each min.
Level 2 Charging:
$1.00 per hour fee (1st 3 hours)
Then 10 cents per each min.
For Your Home
Discover the many benefits of EV ownership, including incentive programs to help offset some of the costs associated with residential EV charger installation.Flyer Find an Installer Builder Flyer Rebate Form Terms & Conditions
For Your Business
Learn how workplace charging can benefit your business, your employees and your customers.Brochure Flyer Find an Installer Rebate Form Terms & Conditions
PEV New Infrastructure Program
Builders, developers and other business customers can earn up to $10,000 by including plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) charging infrastructure in their projects.Flyer Rebate Form Terms & Conditions
Nissan® EV Advantage Program
Georgia Power business and multi-family customers may also qualify for an additional matching rebate through the Nissan® EV Advantage program. Offer valid through December 31, 2015.Flyer Customer Agreement
Three Types of Electric Vehicles
There are three different types of electric vehicles: battery electric vehicle (BEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), and the extended-range electric vehicle (EREV).
Learn the Options
Charging My EV
There are two, convenient ways to charge your electric. EV owners can charge at home with the installation of Level 1 or Level 2 chargers, or around town at various workplace, retail and public charging locations.
Charging At Home
Charging Around Town
Details for Dealerships
Georgia Power is glad to partner with dealers across the state to provide automotive dealers with helpful energy-related information that they can share with prospective buyers.
What Rate Plan Is Best for You?
Learn about the three whole-house rate options Georgia Power offers to customers with plug-in electric vehicles.
Read More About Rates
Getting Plug-In Ready
Learn about the steps you can take to get plug-in ready.
Steps for Businesses
EVs and the Environment
Learn the many ways electric vehicles contribute to a cleaner, greener environment.
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