Connecticut Rebates, Incentives & Tax Credits (EV charging, solar & energy)

Learn about the current programs and incentives in the Constitution State to support your cleantech initiatives

Connecticut has strong climate policies in place, with a goal of 100% zero-carbon electricity by 2040. The state also has ambitious targets for vehicle electrification, mandating that 100% of vehicle acquisitions from state agencies be EVs by 2030. To accomplish these goals, Connecticut offers numerous lucrative incentives and programs for businesses looking to increase their sustainability and energy resiliency through solar, storage, and EV charging.


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Connecticut Incentives, Rebates, and Programs


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Key State Organizations

Understand the major players who create and influence climate action policies in Connecticut.

Relevant Organizations:

Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)

A state agency that oversees Connecticut’s natural resources and environment, and regulates public utilities and energy policy.

Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA)

PURA is part of the Energy Branch of DEEP and is a quasi-judicial agency that interprets and applies the statutes and regulations governing all aspects of Connecticut’s utility sector.

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Additional Resources

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