Oregon rebates for multifamily EV chargers

Be a leader in the clean transportation movement by offering EV charging for your tenants and employees at your apartment complex or multifamily property. Investing in charging for your parking lot has low costs and has big returns for you and the community.

It costs roughly $5 to $10 a day to power a Level 2 charger, and it costs nothing when the charger is not in use.

Benefit the community and the environment

When housing providers invest in opportunities that benefit the community, the investments can also have big benefits for their bottom line. 

Attract and retain

tenants and employees

Build your reputation

as a sustainability leader

Earn points toward LEED

and other certifications

Charge at home rebates for multifamily housing

Get up to $4,500 per port, not to exceed 75% of total costs


  • Be a Pacific Power non-residential customer (owner or manager) of a multifamily residential building that includes three or more units.
  • Buy and install a qualified EV charger (some chargers also require software to qualify)
  • Installations must be hardwired
  • Submit a rebate application within one year of the date of purchase
  • Max incentive is $54,000 (total 12 ports)

Questions? See Frequently Asked Questions


  • Time of Use enrollment required for small non-residential customers
  • Some chargers require software to qualify
  • Required documentation
    • IRS Form W-9
    • Data Release Form
    • Itemized invoice
    • Photos of installation
    • Photo of each charger nameplate with serial number
    • Photos of applicable permits


Check the requirements tab to be sure you have the list of documentation needed before you apply. Then log in to your Pacific Power online account to apply for EV charger rebates.


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