Frequently asked questions about the SRP Plug In and Save Rebate™
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About the Rebate
The rebate will be available for qualifying vehicles purchased or leased through Dec. 31, 2021, or until the program funds have been depleted. SRP reserves the right to end the program at any time.
No. The rebate is only available for qualifying EVs purchased or leased on or after Feb. 15, 2021.
You can apply for the rebate within 90 days after the purchase or lease of your qualifying EV.
SRP residential electric customers can submit up to two rebate applications per SRP residential account. The vehicle(s) must be registered to the same address of the active SRP residential electric account.
SRP is committed to innovation, sustainability and Arizona’s energy future. Transportation electrification touches upon all three of these categories. We continually look for opportunities and programs to help customers save and transition to owning or leasing an EV.
Qualifying Electric Vehicles
The SRP Plug In and Save EV Rebate applies to the purchase or lease of new all-electric or plug-in electric hybrid vehicles only. Hybrid vehicles that don’t plug in will not qualify. Electric golf carts and neighborhood EVs (GEM, Columbia, E-Z-GO, Peapod, etc.) also do not qualify.
No. The SRP Plug In and Save EV Rebate only applies to the purchase or lease of new plug-in EVs.
Yes. The rebate will apply to new EVs purchased or leased through Valley dealerships. These vehicles must not have been previously registered and must have an odometer reading of less than 2,000 miles.
Yes. All eligible vehicles must be registered in Arizona and the address must match the address of the active SRP residential electric account used to submit the rebate application.
No. EVs purchased or leased outside of Arizona are not eligible for the rebate. The vehicle must be obtained by an Arizona purchase or lease contract. Vehicles ordered online and delivered outside of Arizona are not eligible. The seller’s address as reflected on the purchase or lease agreement must be in Arizona.
The vehicle must be purchased in Arizona and must be registered to the same address of the active SRP residential electric account used for submitting the application. Vehicles purchased online are eligible, but delivery of the vehicle must take place in Arizona and the address of the delivery location must be on the purchase or lease contract.
For Tesla vehicles ordered on or after Feb. 15, 2021, the date of first registration with the Arizona DMV will be considered the date of purchase or lease. You must have taken delivery of your vehicle before applying for the rebate.
Rebate Application Process
Fill out the online rebate application and upload electronic versions (pdf or jpeg) of your dated sales or lease contract, ADOT registration and a completed W-9.
Submit a completed rebate application along with copies of your dated sales or lease contract, ADOT registration and a completed W-9. Make sure to send copies of these documents and not the originals as they will not be returned to you.
SRP Plug In and Save EV Rebate Program
2702 N. Third St., Suite 2020
Phoenix, AZ 85004
To find out the status of your rebate, call (602) 264-3108. Please allow six to eight weeks for rebate applications to be processed. If the application is not complete or is missing supporting documentation, there may be an additional delay.
You will receive a check in the amount of $1,000 from SRP. The check will be sent to the address on file for the SRP account holder.
Please check the ADOT Alternative Fuel Vehicle page to determine whether your vehicle qualifies.
Whoever receives the rebate is responsible for paying all tax liability, if there is any. Please consult your tax adviser when you receive your 1099-MISC.
Yes. In many cases, the same EV will qualify for multiple rebates. For example, if you purchase or lease a new EV, you may be eligible for both the SRP Plug In and Save EV Rebate and the Federal EV Tax Credit. Be sure to find out what rebates are available.