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Consumers Energy offers rebate program to encourage EV charging

Consumers Energy Co. has launched a new multi-year customer rebate program, "PowerMIDrive," to encourage the use of electric vehicles throughout Michigan.

The program will offer rebates between $400 to $500 to residential customers for installing eligible 240-volt chargers at home, $5,000 per charger for 200 level 2 vehicle chargers in public and work places and up to $70,000 for 24 DC fast chargers along highways and travel routes.

The Michigan Public Service Commission in 2019 approved the $10 million program over three years to help educate the public and accelerate development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure across the state.

Consumers Energy is a subsidiary of CMS Energy Corp.