Charge at Home.
Level 2 home charging, your way.
Charge at Home now works with Level 2 EV chargers from five different manufacturers.
Simply choose an approved charger that best suits your needs, join the HCE EV Charging Network on the eVIP app, and we’ll reimburse you for the entire cost of the charger up to $699.
How it works
- You purchase an EV Charger from one of our approved manufacturers. If you have two EVs, you are eligible for rebates on two chargers.
- Sign our Electric Vehicle Charger Distribution Flexibility tariff.
- Submit your receipt and unit serial number for reimbursement.
- You hire an electrician of your choice to install the charger.
- You can either pay your electrician directly for the installation or have us cover your upfront costs and spread them out over 3 years on your electric bill.
- You have 60 days to install and activate your charger and join the Holy Cross EV network from the date you pick up the charger. If you do not complete all steps within 60 days, you will be charged back the full charger rebate amount on your next electric bill.
Who can apply
- The program is exclusively for residential members.
- Your HCE account needs to be in good standing (no more than 2 delinquent payments in 12 months).
- Limit two charger rebates per residential member.
- Members who receive vehicle charger rebate agree to enroll in HCE’s Distribution Flexibility (DF) Tariff. This tariff allows HCE full operational control of the EVSE, per the program rules as outlined in the terms and conditions.
Read the fine print:
Participating members must enroll in our Electric Vehicle Charger Distribution Flexibility tariff.
Terms and Conditions for HCE’s Control of EVSE:
- HCE may delay or initiate the use of EVSE during times of peak demand.
- High demand or critical demand events will most commonly take place between the hours of 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. and may occur on any day of the year.
- Peak events are expected to last 2-3 hours in duration.
- HCE will target a limit of 96 peak demand event hours in a calendar year, although that limit can be revised if conditions warrant.
- HCE may delay or initiate the use of EVSE during times of peak renewable production.
- Renewable oversupply expectations: a. Peak renewable production will most commonly take place between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m., and between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. and can occur any day of the year.
- Peak renewable production events are expected to last 3-10 hours in duration.
- HCE anticipates around 85 days may include peak renewable production events.
- HCE will target a limit of 300 peak renewable production event hours in a calendar year, although that limit can be revised if conditions warrant.
- HCE may evaluate and consider all relevant conditions, including but not limited to forecasted and actual renewable generation, forecasted and actual peak hours, temperature, system load conditions, system operation needs, energy market conditions, transmission system conditions, and other emergency conditions in determining whether to exercise control over the Consumer’s EVSE.
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