EVSE (Charger) Tax Credit for 2015 and 2016

In late December, the U.S. congress extended a rule that gives consumers a 30% tax credit for electric vehicle chargers (EVSE).  The maximum credit is $1000.  The credit is for charger purchase and installation costs incurred in 2015 to 2016.  For those of you that installed an EVSE in your home in 2015, the IRS didn’t have the required form (8911) on its website as I write this.  It is the older 2014 form.

4 thoughts on “EVSE (Charger) Tax Credit for 2015 and 2016

  1. Thank you for a great blog! We just purchased a used 2014 C-max energi

    Are there tax credits when you buy a used C-max energi?

    Any hope that the charger tax credit may be around for 2017?

    My head is still swimming trying to learn everything and trying to get the most out of our C-max.

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