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Electric Vehicles

 

Charging Station Rebate Details

Residential and commercial customers who install a Level 2 (240V) EV charger are eligible for a rebate from BWP. Applicant must be an active BWP electric customer or charge their vehicle at a location with an active BWP electric account.

 

 

Time of Use Electric Rate

The Time of Use (TOU) rate offers different electric costs at different times of the day. TOU rates are optional for residential customers, but mandatory for customers applying for the EV Charger rebate.

Learn About TOU Rates

Read the introduction to Time of Use rates for more information.

Time of Use Agreement

To qualify for the rebate, you must agree to be put on the TOU rate.

 

Electric Vehicle Charging Locations

Burbank has 42 EV charging stations at 14 sites, including a Level 3 DC Fast Charger at the Lakeside Shopping Center on Pass Avenue, and 16 new chargers at Burbank Town Center. Chargepoint stations have a Level 1 (120V) and a Level 2 (240V) charger. Each Greenlots station has a dual Level 2 charger. 

 

 

 

Chargepoint chargers require an account or RFID enabled credit card.
Greenlots chargers require an account or regular credit card.  
For additional charging station details, please use Plugshare.com.

 

 

Burbank Charging Station Costs

Charging station costs at Burbank stations varies by the time of day. There is no minimum or maximum charge to charge your vehicle.

Off-Peak Hours

Charging costs are $0.1736 per kWh for Level 1 & 2, and $0.2817 per kWh for the DC Fast Charger.

Summer Peak Hours (4p-7p)

Charging costs are $0.3039 per kWh for Level 1 & 2, and $0.4931 per kWh for the DC Fast Charger.

 

Additional Credits and Rebates

For rebate questions, contact BWP Conservation at (818) 238-3730. For Burbank Building Division permit information call (818) 238-5220.

IRS Tax Credit Information

The IRS offers a Plug-In Electric Drive Vehicle Credit.

California Rebate Program

You may qualify for a rebate from the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project.