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The JEA Electrification Rebate Program (ERP) promotes the purchase or lease* of or conversion to electric equipment as an alternative to diesel- or propane-powered equipment. Through this program, JEA helps our customers save money and improve air quality throughout our service area.
JEA offers prescriptive financial incentives to customers who purchase select electric equipment to help them save money and reduce local air pollution. Custom incentives are available upon request for retrofits, infrastructure upgrades, and alternative
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(Authorized Third-Party Vendor)
JEA commercial customers who purchase a qualified electric technology may apply for rebates, which include the following:
|On-Road Technology Type||Description||Minimum JEA Rebate per Charger|
|Level 2 Charger (L2)||An electric vehicle charger with a rated nameplate capacity of 3.6 to 7.2 kilowatts (kW). Delivers 14 to 35 miles of electric range per hour of charging.||$1,000|
|Direct Current Fast Charger (DCFC)||A fast charger with a power demand of 50 kW to 350 kW. Charges vehicles to complete within 2-4 hours.||$5,200|
|School Bus||An electric powered bus used to transport students between their homes and schools.||Custom|
|Transit Bus||A public electric powered bus used to transport people on designated routes.||Custom|
- Electric School Buses: Up to $17,000
- Electric Public Transit Buses: Up to $100,000
- Forklifts: Up to $700
- Aircraft Tractors/Pushbacks: Up to $1,600
- Baggage/Tow Tractors: Up to $400
- Belt Loaders: Up to $800
- Tractor trailer E/S TRUs: Up to $1,000
- Box E/S TRUs: Up to $400
- Heavy-Duty Truck Stop Electrification (H-D TSE): Up to $1,300
- Golf Carts: Up to $200
- Welders: Up to $700
- Scissor/Boom Lifts: Up to $1,000
- Scrubbers: Up to $400
- Beverage Carts: Up to $600
Case Study: Wagner Logistics
Wagner Logistics, a Jacksonville third-party logistics company, recently upgraded its entire fleet of propane forklifts to electric forklifts.
Learn About the Benefits Wagner Logistics Saw After Converting to Electric
Case Study: Feeding Northeast Florida
Feeding Northeast Florida invested in electric plug-in infrastructure to support three Electric Standby Truck Refrigeration Units at their 22,000-square-foot Edgewood facility.
Learn About the Benefits Feeding Northeast Florida Experienced Using Electric-Standby Truck Refrigeration Units
Benefits of Electrification
- Reduced Lifecycle Costs: Typically about 90 percent fewer moving parts than internal combustion-powered engines with no engine fluids or hoses.
- Lower Fuel Consumption: Can reduce fuel costs by up to 50 to 70 percent and decrease exposure to volatile gasoline prices.
- Safer and More Efficient Work Atmosphere: Less noise congestion due to the quiet operation of electric-powered equipment makes it easier for workers to pay better attention to what is happening around them.
- Cleaner and Healthier Work Environment: Produces zero site emissions: does not release NOx, particulates, hydrocarbons, or carbon monoxide into the air in employee work areas.
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*Rebates for the leasing of equipment is prorated against the specified life-cycle of the specific measure.
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