EV Charger Prep Credit
Get reimbursed for preparing your home or garage.
If you have an electrical contractor already chosen to do the work, or you have completed the charger prep work in the last four months, you can submit your paid invoice and receive a check.
Duke Energy will facilitate choosing an electrical contractor, and the credit will be shown on your final bill from the contractor as a discount on the work done that qualifies as charger prep work.
- Chargers over 40 amps need to be hardwired and cannot use a dryer plug.
- Check with your vehicle manufacturer to help ensure you choose the right charger for your vehicle’s battery.
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