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Sonoma Coast Incentive Project

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Attract more business with an electric vehicle charger

We have teamed up with the California Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project (CALeVIP) to bring you the Sonoma Coast Incentive Project, which provides rebates for electric vehicle (EV) charger purchase and installation costs.

With this affordable EV charging opportunity you can:

  • Boost property value
  • Attract more customers
  • Provide a green amenity to employees, tenants and clients
  • Meet sustainability goals

Eligible properties

Owners, managers and authorized agents of many property types can qualify for rebates.

  • Businesses
  • Multifamily properties
  • Nonprofits
  • Government-owned property
  • Native American Tribes

Discover how much you can save

Eligible SCP customers can qualify for incentives to cover the majority of costs for many EV charger installations.

Level 2 Chargers

A rebate of up to $5,000 per connector, with additional funds available for select sites.

General Market

Multi-unit Dwelling


Disadvantaged or Low-Income Community

Up to $5,000 per connector

Additional $1,000 per connector

Additional $1,000 per connector

Additional $500 per connector

DC Fast Chargers

Rebates are dependent on power level, with additional funds available for select sites.

Power Level

General Market

Disadvantaged or Low-Income Community

50 kW – 99.99 kW

Up to $50,000 or 75% of the total project cost, whichever is less

Up to $60,000 or 75% of the total project cost, whichever is less

100 kW+

Up to $70,000 or 75% of the total project cost, whichever is less

Up to $80,000 or 75% of the total project cost, whichever is less

Low-Income, Disadvantaged, and Unincorporated Communities

Additional incentives are available for projects that are installed in low-income, disadvantaged, and unincorporated communities, as shown in the table above.

Low-income communities are identified as the census tracts that are either at or below 80 percent of the statewide median income, or at or below the threshold designated as low-income by the California Department of Housing and Community Development's (“HCD's”) 2016 State Income Limits.

Disadvantaged communities are identified as the top 25% most impacted census tracts in CalEnviroScreen 3.0 or (4.0 if available).

Unincorporated communities are identified as towns and communities that have not incorporated as a city or town. The following are the current incorporated cities and towns in Sonoma and Mendocino County:

  • Sonoma County: City of Cloverdale, City of Cotati, City of Healdsburg, City of Petaluma, City of Rohnert Park, City of Santa Rosa, City of Sebastopol, City of Sonoma, and the Town of Windsor.
  • Mendocino County: City of Fort Bragg, City of Point Arena, City of Ukiah, and City of Willits.

Get help

Need help determining your charging needs and planning your installation? Connect with local partners, fellow manufacturers, installers, electricians, and network providers through the CALeVIP Connects tool.

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Technical assistance

For sites in unincorporated regions, the CALeVIP team offers free technical assistance to help scope, plan and install EV charging projects. To request assistance, contact


Funded by the California Energy Commission and implemented by the Center for Sustainable Energy, CALeVIP works with local partners to develop and implement EV charger incentive projects that meet regional needs for Level 2 and DC fast chargers. The statewide project aims to provide a streamlined process for getting chargers installed to fill the significant gaps in charging availability.

Additional funding is being provided by Sonoma Clean Power and the Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District.

CALeVIP and its regional incentive projects are made possible through a grant by the California Energy Commission’s Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program, which supports innovations in transportation and fuel technologies.