EV Expierence

Notice of requirement to file Form 1099

Rebates may be considered income or a subsidy for tax purposes and may be taxable to the customer or the third party receiving the rebate check. Customers are urged to consult their own tax advisors concerning the potential taxability of these rebates. Rebate(s) greater than $600 will be reported to the Internal Revenue Service on IRS form 1099, unless the customer is exempt. The City of Roseville shall not be responsible for any tax obligations that may be imposed on a customer as a result of the receipt of an Energy Efficiency Rebate.

Our electric vehicle program rebates are made possible by the State of California under the Low Carbon Fuel Standard Program. The funding has decreased significantly in recent years, and we had to reduce our offerings due to limited funds and great interest in electric vehicles. We appreciate your interest in switching from gas to electric vehicles. Any available incentives we have will be listed on this page. 

All residents are encouraged to check out the PlugStar incentives tool for a list of federal and state incentives currently available.

If you are interested in learning about our Commercial EV incentives, please visit our Commercial Electric Vehicles page.
Roseville Electric operates 11 level 2 public charging stations at a public charging rate of the $0.15 per kWh Municipal Code rate plus associated vendor fees. Our public charging rate is lower than the statewide average.