This is directly from the IRS website:
Qualified alternative fuel vehicle refueling property is any property (other than a building or its structural components) used for either of the following:
In addition, the following requirements must be met to qualify for the credit.
- To store or dispense an alternative fuel (defined below) other than electricity into the fuel tank of a motor vehicle propelled by the fuel, but only if the storage or dispensing is at the point where the fuel is delivered into that tank.
- To recharge an electric vehicle, but only if the recharging property is located at the point where the vehicle is recharged.
It sounds like to me a 14-50 outlet counts but I'm not a tax expert. I got a quote locally here in SC to install the Wall Connector for $1,175. Includes wall connector, 60 amp breaker, wiring, and conduit. So 30% of that I will probably be collecting as a refund on my tax return for 2021 (still looking for other quotes also).
- You placed the refueling property in service during your tax year.
- The original use of the property began with you.
- The property isn’t used predominantly outside the United States.
- If the property isn’t business/investment use property, the property must be installed on property used as your main home.
14-50 outlet and all associated costs definitely counts.