Participating Electric Utilities
The California Clean Fuel Reward is available to everyone who resides in California, no matter which utility provides your electricity. The program is funded by utilities participating in the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) program.
Electric utilities can be valuable partners in deciding on an electric vehicle, and are a great resource after you’ve purchased your EV. Utilities help customers save money through special EV rebates, electric vehicle charger discounts, and time-of-day rates for EV charging. Utilities can also provide general information about owning and operating a Battery Electric (BEV) or Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) vehicle.
ALAMEDA MUNICIPAL POWER
Alameda Municipal Power offers a cash incentive on electric vehicles and EV chargers, plus a host of information including a savings calculator, charger finder, EV facts, and more at their Electric Vehicles site.
LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND POWER (LADWP)
LADWP is creating EV communities across Los Angeles through our "Charge Up L.A." program, and by supporting or installing thousands of charging stations across our service territory.
To ensure any customer can afford and charge their EV, LADWP offers a used EV rebate, residential charging station rebate, and an EV rate discount with the installation of a dedicated time-of-use meter.
PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC (PG&E)
Pacific Gas and Electric wants you to save money and go green. We offer extensive information about electric vehicles on our website. You can learn all about our time-of-use rates and special rates for EV owners.
You can use our EV Savings Calculator as a one stop-shop for all things EV. Uncover additional PG&E discounts and electric vehicle incentives, check out customized rate comparisons, and find additional information on EV charging.
SMUD is helping its customers drive electric and save by offering information and incentives for electric vehicle buyers.
Learn more about the SMUD special discount rate and other important tools and resources for electric vehicle owners at smud.org/DriveElectric.