The incentive will be paid on a per-plug basis for each plug that can dispense power simultaneously, including dual plugs that can dispense simultaneously on a single charger unit
Plugs with a charging capability of 50 – 74 kW will be eligible for 60% of the prescribed incentive payment (up to the delivery cost cap) and plugs with a charging capability of 75 kW or more will be eligible for 100% of the prescribed incentive (up to the delivery cost cap).
Non-standardized plugs with a charging capability of 75 kW or more will be eligible for 100% of the prescribed incentive (up to the delivery cost cap) if they are co-located with at least two standardized plugs as defined in the Eligibility and Qualifying Equipment Section with a charging capability of 62.5 kW or greater.
The prescribed incentives are available on a first-come basis and payable on a schedule as defined in table 1 below
The date of an approved application will determine the starting program year incentive level for which the customer is eligible. For example, an application approved in 2019 will make that applicant eligible for the prescribed 2019 incentive level. The incentive level will decline for that applicant in the following year according to the schedule in table 1. Customers who qualify in 2019 will receive declining incentive payments annually for seven years, a customer that qualifies in 2020 will receive a declining incentive payment for six years, a customer that qualifies in 2021 will receive a declining incentive payment for five years, a customer that qualifies in 2022 will receive a declining incentive payment for four years, etc. The incentive payment will be made annually with the first payment made after twelve months of billing has occurred. The last year (2025) incentive level will be paid out after twelve months of billing has occurred.
RG&E will pay up to the maximum annual incentive for each plug at a DCFC station. The total DCFC station annual incentive payment shall not exceed the total delivery costs for the twelvemonth billing period in which the incentive is being calculated (“delivery cost cap”). The difference between the maximum annual incentive and the capped incentive payment at delivery cost will be added to the maximum annual incentive for the following year for that particular customer through 2021. From 2021 to 2022 the roll over will be limited to $6,000. There will be no roll over allowed after 2022. DCFC station size minimum for qualification in the program is 50 kW. DCFC stations 50 kW to less than 75 kW in size will receive 60% of the maximum annual incentive per plug, subject to the delivery cost cap. DCFC stations 75 kW and larger will receive the full maximum annual incentive per plug, subject to the delivery cost cap.
The table below shows the maximum annual per plug incentive payment for each program year. The table also shows the total maximum program payout based on qualification year. For example, a 2019 qualifying plug could receive up to $68,000 in total through 2025. For a plug qualifying in 2020, the maximum total payout would be $65,571 through 2025.
The program will support up to 74 plugs.
The table shows the maximum incentive level that a customer could receive based on the year in which they qualify for the program.
The DCFC station shall install a separate, dedicated meter. Non-EV charger ancillary load for the DCFC station shall not exceed 10 kW.
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