United Power is required to collect W9s for rebate amounts equal to or greater than $600. You can complete and submit a W9 on our EV rebates page.
You are responsible for any and all applicable state and federal tax implications resulting from a rebate. United Power will provide you with a Form 1099 prior to the tax filing deadline for the year in which you receive a rebate from United Power.
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United Power is excited to announce United EV, a new pilot program that will offer at-home EV charging equipment, additional rebate dollars towards EV charger electrical wiring, and a menu of electric rates and options for smart-charging. The United EV pilot program will help lower the up-front cost of installing an at-home EV charger, reduce the costs for members to charge their EVs, and help United Power effectively manage and incorporate EV charging on the electrical grid.
United Power members who enroll in the United EV pilot program will be eligible to receive a 50% rebate up to $1,000 on make-ready wiring.
Members who are not enrolled are eligible to receive 50% up to $500.
United Power will initially offer the United EV pilot program to 50 residential members. Learn more here or reach out to our Energy Programs team for additional information.
(Note: To qualify for the United EV pilot program, you will need a NEMA 14-50 outlet installed.)
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