Whether you’re an electric vehicle (EV) driver; considering buying an Electric Vehicle; or even a multifamily property owner, commercial business owner or nonprofit; Delmarva Power’s EVsmart Program gives you the rebates, tools, and information you need to charge faster, smarter, and more conveniently than ever before.
Through our EV toolkit, you can use savings calculators to compare the cost of gas-powered versus electric-powered vehicles, review the latest EV brands and models, learn the basics of EV charging and view state and federal tax incentives. EVsmart is your one-stop shop for all things EV-related.
EVsmart provides Delmarva Power residential customers incentives and rebates that make life easier for EV owners. The Residential Charger Rebate program offers eligible customers $300 when they install select Level 2 chargers in their home! Quarterly bill credits are also provided to customers who participate in the Off-Peak Off-Bill program, and charge during off-peak times. Learn more about our residential offerings below.
Residential Charger Rebate
Off-Peak Off-Bill Program
PIV Managed Charger Program
Whole House Time of Use Rate
If you are a multifamily property manager/owner, local Maryland business owner or nonprofit you may be eligible to receive incentives up to $30,000 for the installation of Level 2 smart chargers at your property. Adding EV chargers increases your property’s value, improves employee satisfaction, and reduces fuel costs, especially as more medium and heavy-duty electric vehicles become available.
Multifamily Charging Program
Workplace Charger Rebate Program
Fleet Savings Calculator
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In fall of 2019, Delmarva Power launched its own EV charging network. As the network rolls out, EV drivers will have the option to charge their vehicles at any of the 100 Delmarva-owned Level 2 smart chargers or DC fast chargers throughout the Delmarva Power service area. Delmarva Power also offers a 25% charging discount on its DC fast chargers to commercial customers owning electric vehicle fleets. Charging rates will be comparable to other public charging options and give EV drivers the ﬂexibility and peace of mind to drive farther.
Public Charging Network
*Applications for Demand Charge Program have ended as of October 1, 2021.