EV Charging Station Cost Scenarios

Non-networked Single Port EV Charger

*Non-networked stations do not have internet access. This means you can't collect usage data, monitor them for problems, balance loads during peak demand, or charge users a fee for plugging in.

*All costs and incentives are estimated and vary by location and installation needs.

Materials: $1,700
• EV charger approximately $700
• Additional materials including meter pedestal approximately $1,000

Labor: $1,300

Total Cost: approximately $3,000

Incentives:
• GCEA and Tri-State rebate: up to $750 ($250 for installation and $500 if enrolled in TOU rate)
• Federal tax incentive: 30% up to $30,000 off an EV charger plus installation costs through 12/31/21

Total Incentives: up to $1,425 (depending on federal tax credit amount)

Estimated Out of Pocket Cost: $1,575

 

Networked Dual Port EV Charger

*Networked charging stations are connected remotely to a larger network and are part of an infrastructure system of connected chargers.

*All costs and incentives are estimated and vary by location and installation needs.

Materials: $12,000: EV charger approximately $10,500 (includes 5-year data plan and warranty)
• Additional materials including meter pedestal approximately $1,500
Labor: $5,000

Total Cost: approximately $17,000

Incentives:
• Charge Ahead Colorado grant: $9,000
• GCEA and Tri-State rebate: up to $1,000
• Federal tax incentive: 30% up to $30,000 off an EV charger plus installation costs through 12/31/21

Total Incentives: up to $12,100 (depending on federal tax credit amount)

Estimated Out of Pocket Cost: $4,900