The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provides various tax incentives to encourage the use of clean energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. One of these incentives is the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit, which can be claimed by eligible taxpayers on Form 8911. This page explains what Form 8911 is for, who can file it, and how to claim the credit directly for EV chargers.
To claim the credit for EV chargers, taxpayers must complete Form 8911 and attach it to their tax return for the year in which the property’s cost one was installed.
The credit is claimed on the taxpayer’s income tax return as a general business credit, using Form 3800. The credit can be carried back one year or carried forward 20 years if it exceeds the taxpayer or property’s cost of tax liability for the year.
There is a tax credit available to taxpayers who install qualified alternative fuel vehicle refueling property, fueling equipment such as EV charging stations, natural gas, compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, or liquefied petroleum gas refueling equipment. The credit is equal to 30% of the cost of the first qualified alternative fuel vehicle or, ne diesel fuel orw refueling property, up to a maximum credit of $30,000 per location.
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