PG&E's Electric Vehicle Charge Network (EVCN) is helping to accelerate California's transition to a clean transportation future by offering electric vehicle charger installation in PG&E's service territory.
PG&E is working hard to ensure that Californians can charge up their electric vehicles where they work and live. Specifically, the program is targeted at installing chargers at workplaces, office complexes, and multi-unit dwellings such as apartment complexes. I believe the program makes sense for you to consider for the following reasons:
PG&E pays for the infrastructure to supply electricity to each EV parking space, and for a portion of the charging equipment ‚Äì which can often offset 60%-80% of the total project cost.
In addition to getting 60-80% of the total project cost covered by PG&E (valued at approximately $100,000), program participants will:
Don‚Äôt miss out on this limited opportunity.
This post was sponsored by PG&E.