Redeem Federal EV Charging tax credits of up to $100,000 for eligible businesses.

Information for Businesses in the United States only 🇺🇸

The U.S. Code 30C Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit allows businesses to claim a credit of up to 30% of the cost of installing EV charging equipment, including the cost of the charging station itself, as well as any associated electrical upgrades and labor costs, up to a total of $100,000.

To take advantage of this incentive, purchase and install Hypercharge EV Charging at your business, then claim the credit on your taxes. Our team of experts can assist you with selecting the best EV charging solution for your business, taking into account factors such as the number of vehicles, parking capacity, and budget.

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Combine with other incentives to save up to:


of total project costs

Incentive eligibility is subject to change and may vary based on individual circumstances. 

Federal Tax Credit Incentive Questions.

What is the U.S. Code 30C Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit?

The U.S. Code 30C Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit is a federal tax credit for businesses that install alternative fuel infrastructure, such as electric vehicle charging stations. The credit is for 30% of the cost of the infrastructure, up to $100,000 for electric vehicle charging property. 

Who is eligible for the tax credit?

Businesses that are eligible for the credit include retail and commercial businesses, government entities, and non-profit organizations. The credit is not available to individuals.

What expenses does the tax credit cover?

Expenses covered by the tax credit include the cost of the EV charging stations, electrical wiring and conduit, and any other equipment necessary for the charging station to function. Additionally, the credit covers costs associated with the site preparation, such as grading and paving, if it is required for the installation.

How do I apply for the tax credit?

To apply for the U.S. Code 30C Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit, you will need to file IRS Form 8911 with your tax return for the year in which the infrastructure was placed in service. The form includes instructions on how to calculate the amount of credit you are eligible for and how to claim it. 

Is it possible to combine the tax credit with other incentives?

Yes, it is possible to use the tax credit in conjunction with other EV charging grants or rebates, however the credit will only apply to the out-of-pocket expenses you incurred, meaning that the 30% credit will not cover expenses that were already covered by any other state, utility, or other incentives. 

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How Hypercharge is different.

Hypercharge is open.

Our vision for a truly carbon neutral future means compatible, holistic solutions that work in harmony among all EV charging providers.

Hypercharge’s OCPP-compliant hardware, software, and network are interoperable with other EV charging providers, meaning businesses and residences can be confident their investment will be protected and will not become obsolete as the industry continues to evolve.

Hypercharge is reliable.

The future of transportation requires reliable, easy-to-use, and convenient charging experiences that ensure the smoothest transition to fully electrified mobility.

By prioritizing a combination of reliable charging solutions and 24/7 customer service, Hypercharge is the leading EV charging company for businesses and residences that care about their users’ experience.

Hypercharge is flexible.

Personalized ownership options that match each property are necessary for the universal and widespread adoption of EV charging.

To make EV charging more accessible to all, Hypercharge has developed charger ownership models including Direct Purchase, Lease, and Charging as a Service (CaaS) to suit a variety of goals, budgets, and capacities. 

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