Naperville Electric Utility customers get offer of rebates

Naperville Electric Utility customers get offer of rebates

The residents and non-residents of Naperville can apply for availing the offer. The qualified residential and non-residential customers of the Naperville Electric Utility will get $200 rebate if they install a level 2 or level 3 electric vehicle charging station for private use. The customers will get a rebate of $500 if they install a level 2 or level 3 electric vehicle charging station for public use.

The offer is available between Sep 1, 2019, and Apr. 30, 2020. The customers can apply for a rebate if they purchase and install a charging station in the mentioned time period. The qualification criteria are also set by the City of Naperville. The charging stations must be passed by the inspection team of the City of Naperville. The charging stations must be connected to the electric meter of the City of Naperville and billed under an appropriate rate.

The rebate offer is for the Naperville Electric Utility customers who purchase and install an electric charging station for private and public use. The customers will be credited on their utility bill with $200 if they install a private vehicle charging station while they will be credited with $500 if they install a vehicle charging station for public use.

If you think that you are qualified for getting the offer of the City of Naperville then you need to submit a form. The form can be downloaded from the official website of the City of Naperville at https://www.naperville.il.us/evcharging. The procedure of applying for the rebate is also given on the website.

If you need more information about the offer of the City of Naperville then you need to contact Bernie Saban at sabanb@naperville.il.us. You can also call at (630) 420-6135. The customers will see the rebate as a credit on their utility bill. The offer is for both residents and non-residents of the City of Naperville. The offer is available for a limited time period. The qualified customers are advised to apply for the offer as soon as possible.

Staff writer for the Chicago Morning Star

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