Did you know that National Drive Electric Week starts Sept. 25? Help us celebrate by learning about the different ways we support electric vehicle (EV) drivers.
Not sure if an electric vehicle is right for you? Crunch the numbers first with our EV calculator. Using this free tool, you can figure out your charging needs based on how often and how far you plan to drive.
You can also use it to calculate your estimated monthly fuel savings based on different vehicle models to help you decide which one is right for you. Try it out at pemc.coop/electric-vehicle-calculator.
EV rebates for Piedmont Electric members
We want it to be easier than ever for our members to make the switch to an electric vehicle which is why we off er an EV rebate. Once you buy your new EV, let us know and you’ll receive a one-time $50 credit on your bill. You’ll also receive a $50 credit when you sign up for our electric vehicle time-of-day rate. The savings begin almost instantly when you choose to drive an EV!
EV time-of-day rate
Not only will you receive a rebate when you sign up for this program, but you can also pay a lower rate when you charge your vehicle. Members of this program pay a lower rate when charging their electric vehicles overnight during off -peak times.
Visit pemc.coop/electric-vehicle-rate to learn more about off -peak hours and to sign up.
EV charging station
Need to charge your vehicle while you’re out and about? Piedmont Electric has your back. Stop by our newest charging station located at the Arby’s in Mebane. This DC fast charger can charge some EVs to 80 percent in 20-30 minutes. Looking for more EV resources? Visit pemc.coop/electric-vehicles to find charging stations around the state, get answers to frequently asked questions and more.