The Wall Connector currently costs $500 US. Installation cost will vary depending on your specific requirements.Has anyone taken advantage of the federal tax credits for installing the Tesla wall charger. If so, how much did the total install cost, and how much did you recoup through the tax credits? Thanks in advance for feedback.
Basically to give a quick estimate, a mechanic, an electrician, a plumber.... calculate the hardware cost and multiply by 10 times to write their estimate.My charger install "Cost" $3333 according to the invoice my "Electrician" gave me.
This is a joke. My install was 1500 including the purchase my charge point home flex. I got 450 back this year.
yup, pretty much what my CPA did. Our installation cost was simple.... $275 plus cost of the wall charger.The US Federal Tax Credit gives individuals 30% off a Home Electric Vehicle charging station plus installation costs. The credit is the smaller of 30% or $1,000. Must be purchased and installed by December 31, 2021 and claim the credit on your federal tax return.
Does anyone know how the IRS defines "installed"? If you install a 240V circuit and a receptacle, i.e. 14-50R and a plug-in EVSE does this qualify as installed or is the plug-in EVSE considered portable equipment and therefore does not qualify under the IRS interpretation of "installed". The Wall Connector is designed to be hard wired, therefore it would qualify as being installed.
Unfortunately you missed the boat a bit. Lookup CVRP and CVAP. They ran out of funding recently but combined with the CA fuel incentive you can max out at 10500 off plus 2000 for home charger install. Or if you don't have a house for the install, $1000 ego charging debit card plus electric provider incentives.I live in Orange County...was this better for the state incentives? Can you do state and federal?