Most EV owners do most of their charging at home. Chugach would benefit by having a better understanding where on its system 240-volt residential EV charging is occurring and what the load profiles of those members look like. Therefore, Chugach is offering a $200 credit to residential members who provide information about charging EVs at home with 240-volt equipment.This may include an EV charge r or a 240-volt receptacle used for charging an EV.
The Chugach credit is per charger, and not per member. It is possible a household might have two EVs, each with its own charger. In that case two credits could be requested for the same residence. Alternatively, a member with chargers installed at a primary residence and a residential recreational property could request credits at each location.