Get the infrastructure you need to support charging stations for a fleet of medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicles (EVs) at no cost to you with the Charge Ready Transport Program.
The Charge Ready Transport Program provides an opportunity for qualifying businesses to have the electric infrastructure installed to support charging stations for an EV fleet at no cost to you. Certain businesses, including transit agencies and school bus operators, may also receive rebates covering part of the cost to buy charging stations.
Once your charging stations are set up, you can choose from business-friendly rate options that can help lower your EV charging costs.
You may be eligible to participate if you:
- Are an SCE non-residential customer
- Operate a medium- or heavy-duty vehicle fleet
- Purchase at least two EVs or convert at least two EVs from fossil-fuel
- Provide a grant of easement by the property owner
- Other terms and conditions apply1
State and local regulators have begun efforts to reduce emissions from the transportation sector.2
EVs may help your business save over time, including less maintenance and lower fuel costs.3
Make a statement to your partners, customers, and community that cleaner air is a priority.
Find out if Charge Ready Transport may be the right fit for your business or organization with our supporting documents.
This easy-to-share document provides a high-level overview of the program and its purpose, process, and qualifications.
Review the program from beginning to end with the Program Participation Guide, Quick Reference Guide and Handbook.
Start your application to have the necessary infrastructure installed to support EV charging stations at your business. Our Charge Ready Transport Portal provides a centralized place for you to fill out your application, upload documents, and more.
1Please note that enrollment does not guarantee selection for program participation. SCE will evaluate each application and make the final determination as to a project’s ability to move forward based on a number of factors, not limited to: the number and timing of EVs to be acquired or converted; the size of the Applicant’s existing fleet; the number of projects already approved for a similar fleet sector; Applicant’s existing or planned on-site load management technologies (such as solar, battery storage, and vehicle-to-grid technologies, etc.); the overall complexity and cost of the project; Applicant’s financial viability; and the level of remaining program funds.