Los Angeles, CA, an area notoriously known for its vehicle usage and traffic, is taking steps to facilitate the adoption of electric vehicles. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) has launched a program to help expand electric vehicle charging infrastructure called Charge Up L.A.! The program offers rebates to residential and commercial customers, including multi-family building owners, that install Level 2 chargers. The $2 million program will give qualifying residential customers a rebate up to $750 per wall-mounted charger, and businesses can qualify for rebates up to $15,000 depending on the charger type. The innovative Charge Up L.A.! program aims to expand public charging stations by giving rebates to multi-family buildings and businesses that install chargers for public use. The LADWP is working to integrate EVs throughout LA, while working behind the scenes to ensure that they keep up with electrical demand.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power's Charge Up L.A.! webpage