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LADWP Officials Expanded Electric Vehicle Program - Los Angeles

Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by Snarky Marky, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. Snarky Marky

    Snarky Marky Member

    Apr 21, 2014
    Los Angeles
    We live in Los Angeles, and get our electrical service via LADWP. Question - is anyone familiar with LA's electrical vehicle program, where the city will refund up to $750 toward installation of a wall mounted charger. However, with the Tesla, all we need to install is the standard NEMA 14-50 240 volt outlet., which we just did. However, I'm wondering if we should install the Tesla wall mounted unit to get the city rebate? Any thoughts?

    Home Charging: residential customers who purchase an EV are eligible for a $750 rebate when they purchase and install a wall-mounted charger. The requirement to install metering under the previous program has also been removed for customer convenience. Customers who choose to install a separate Time-of-Use meter for their EV charger to take advantage of the LADWP off-peak EV discount rate will receive an additional $250 credit on their LADWP bill. This will provide many months of cost-free driving and provides valuable information to LADWP on time-of-day EV charging.

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