I heard this on WBZ this morning. NH and the Granite State Clean Cities Coalition are announcing the availability of rebates to support EVSE installation in NH. Yes, it's only $49,000, but it's a start. NHDES Announces Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Rebates | Press Release 2015 | Media Center | NH Department of Environmental Services I thought this was interesting - "Rebates will first be offered (through April 3, 2015) for installation of “DC fast chargers” on Interstate 93 south of Interstate 89. The maximum rebate for DC fast chargers is $12,000." It would be nice to see a Chademo or CCS installation in Hooksett (not much help for Tesla owners, but good for driving EV adoption). Also of note: "Charging stations must be publicly accessible at all times." More documentation here: Welcome to Drive Electric NH - NH Department of Environmental Services Welcome to the home of the Granite State Clean Cities Coalition Promoting transportation solutions for a better New Hampshire - - - Updated - - - From the rebate guidelines doc, http://des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/air/drive-electric/documents/evse-rebate-guidelines.pdf $24k in FY2015, $25k in FY2016 "A priority for New Hampshire is to have Level 3, or DC Fast Charging, stations available to motorists on the Interstate 93 south of the intersection with I-89 to enable travel through the state on these two corridors." "3. EVSE must be: a. Available to the public on a 24 hour/7 days a week basis, and accessible year round unless located at a seasonal operation. b. Located at an easily-accessed site. c. Protected by barriers or mounting options to prevent damage from vehicles. d. Be identified by signage compliant with MUTCD7 D-9. e. Be identified by signage to indicate EV parking only." It appears to me that the L3 April 3 deadline is for submitting the pre-approval form, not for project completion. Once notified that the pre-approval has been accepted, there is a 5 month deadline for completion, otherwise funds are released to the next project in the queue.