Enjoy 1,300 miles* of free driving per year by earning a monthly $8 incentive.
The Off-Peak EV Charging Rebate program encourages Glendale EV drivers to charge their vehicles overnight on weekdays between 9:00 p.m. and 12:00 p.m. the next day and any time on the weekend in exchange for a monthly incentive of $8. All battery electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles are eligible to participate in this program, and customers can enroll multiple EVs to their account.
Incentives are paid out yearly every June. You have the option to receive payments through PayPal, Venmo, or a paper check.
To enroll in the program you will need to:
Charge at least 6 off-peak hours per month
Charge your electric vehicle using a Level 2 charger or 240-volt charging cable
Charge overnight on weekdays between 9 p.m. and 12 p.m. the next day
Have an active Glendale Water and Power residential electric account
Charge any time during weekends
There are times when you may have an urgent need to charge your EV. With the Off-Peak EV Charging Rebate, you may charge up to three times each month outside of the periods listed above without losing your incentive for that month.
Incentives are calculated monthly and paid once per calendar year. You may choose to receive the incentive via PayPal, Venmo, or check. Electronic payments can only be issued to the email address (PayPal) or phone number (Venmo) provided on your application.
Be sure to have this information handy to enroll:
Glendale Water and Power account number
Vehicle identification number (VIN)
A picture of your vehicle's charging timer or smart charger scheduled programmed to charge overnight (between 9 p.m. and 12 p.m. the next day)
EV Charger make, model and serial number (optional)
We recommend starting the application on a mobile device or tablet so that you can take the picture while completing your application.
If you have already enrolled, you can access the Customer Portal here.
You can enroll additional EVs to your account through the Customer Portal.
*1,300 free miles based on 3 miles/kWh, at $0.2204/kWh (weighted average of L-1-A residential rate). Actual results will vary.