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I installed a Clipper Creek level 2 charger on a separate TOU circuit and am hoping to get the rebate from LA DWP. I'm worried I may not get the rebate for the charger since it may be considered "portable". Does anyone know if my install will qualify for the rebate?

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Looks like you did not qualify for the rebate to begin with, only commercial installations do, did, would:
Ahhh, the link police is upon me, can't paste it here but if you go to CliperCreek website, they list the rebates under evse-rebates-and-tax-credits-by-state
If you were living in Pasadena and had a "Hard wired" charger you'd get up to $400 rebate.
If you don't get the rebate, don't sweat it... you have a really nice portable charger if you ever need it and your TOU should be able to pay for it over time.
 

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I installed a Clipper Creek level 2 charger on a separate TOU circuit and am hoping to get the rebate from LA DWP. I'm worried I may not get the rebate for the charger since it may be considered "portable". Does anyone know if my install will qualify for the rebate?

Here's a pic, it's the one on the right.

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Only the DWP can say for certain, but that looks portable and removable to me, not permanently wall-mounted. In other words, I fear you're correct that they won't give you the rebate. But do let us know!

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