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Electric vehicle pilot program

For electric vehicle (EV) owners or soon-to-be EV owners who want to build energy independence and save money, REC currently offers a library of resources and tools to help you learn more about EVs.

As part of a pilot program, REC also allows up to 400 EV owners to enroll in an incentive rate encouraging them to charge during off-peak hours for a rebate.

The EV Pilot is now full, but we have a waitlist for eligible EV drivers to sign up when / if a space becomes available

Join the Waitlist

Learn about electric vehicles, fuel savings and charging.

View Available Models

Explore available models and find the All-Electric or Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle model that fits your lifestyle.

Lower Fuel Cost

See how much you'll save when you switch from a gas or diesel vehicle to an electric vehicle!

Learn about special rate programs and incentives.

Find a local EV dealership

We can help you find local dealerships that specialize in electric vehicles. Call before visiting to ensure EV models are in stock.

EV Incentives

You may be eligible for various incentives for the purchase of an electric vehicle, charging equipment and rate programs.

Do you have the ability to charge your vehicle at home?

Yes, I can charge at home.

If you have a garage, carport or driveway with access to electricity, you can probably charge at home. There are two primary home charging options.

  • Level 1 120V charging (standard household outlet)
  • Level 2 240V charging (requires installation and/or 240V outlet)

No, I can't charge at home.

Public charging is likely available, but keep in mind it takes time and prices vary substantially. Charging time varies based on car battery size and charger power.

  • Level 2 240V charging: 4 to 8 hours
  • Level 3 480V+ charging: 20 to 30 minutes (Not for PHEVs)

An EV will likely reduce your environmental impact.


Where does your electricity come from?

Utilities generate electricity various ways. This includes using fossil fuels, such as coal, natural gas and oil, as well as non-fossil sources like hydro, wind, solar and nuclear. Learn more


Public charging electricity sources

Electricity at public charging stations comes from utilities as well, but it may be difficult to determine which utility serves a specific station, thus CO2 rates may vary.




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