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Electric vehicle charger rebates for your business

Rebate type Maximum rebate amounts
Residential Level 2 charger $500 per port 
Residential Income-Qualified Level 2 Charger $1,300 per port 
Business/Multi-Unit Dwelling Level 2 Charger (public charging) $2,000 per port 
Governmental/Non-Profit Level 2 Charger (public charging) $3,000 per port 
Commercial & Industrial Direct Current Fast Chargers - DCFC Level 3 (public charging) $20,000 or $35,000 based on equipment charging speed

What is a Level 2 charger?

Level 2 chargers are common because they support charge rates of roughly 25 miles of range per hour. They require the installation of a 240-volt outlet by a qualified electrician and provide flexibility due to their faster charging speed.

What is a DCFC?

A Direct Current Fast Charger, also known as a Level 3 charger, is most commonly located along well-traveled public thruways and can provide up to 80% of a vehicle’s charging need in 1 to 2 hours depending on the speed of the charger and the size and level of the battery.

Getting started

Are you interested in an electric vehicle charger for your business? Contact to get started. We’ll assess your charging needs, walk you through the rebate process and schedule an on-site evaluation.

Terms and conditions 

To receive a Ready EV residential charger rebate, customers must meet the following requirements:

  • Be a current electric customer of Black Hills Energy
  • Purchase an eligible/approved EV charger
  • Have charger installed by a licensed electrician at a location that receives electric service from Black Hills Energy
  • Agree to participate in our Time-of-Day rate schedule
  • Agree to all terms and conditions outlined on the Electric Vehicle Charging Rebate Application form for Colorado. 

Complete and submit the applicable rebate form to Black Hills Energy, including all receipts for proof of purchase and installation at:

Black Hills Energy
c/o Electric Vehicle
P.O. Box 1400
Rapid City, SD 57709

For all customers (residential, business/multi-family and government/non-profit), under the program rules, the Ready EV rebates cannot exceed the actual installation and equipment cost. There is no limit to the number of ports for which customers may receive a rebate.

Electric vehicle rebate applications