Sievert Electric is leading the way in electric vehicle charging in the Chicagoland area. As new technologies emerge, we provide a sustainable future infrastructure through services such as smart EV chargers, cell repeaters, and self-metering systems. Learn more about the 80% rebate initiative for EV charger installation in Illinois.
We offer a range of complete turnkey services from electrical engineering, EV charger installation, metering, 2-hour fire rated electrical rooms, and valet garages with pay on demand via credit card, app purchases and subscriptions.
The first step is to review the existing infrastructure of the target location for the chargers.
Feasibility studies are conducted to determine the existing and future electrical demand.
We create blueprints suitable for submitting building permits to local municipalities.
Electrical engineering and installation of electric vehicle chargers.
Provides income by adding excess electricity gathered from solar back to the grid.
With distributed load sharing, each of the EV chargers will get the same amount of electricity.
Electric vehicle sales are steadily increasing and there is a corresponding demand for convenient charging stations. Now is the best time to install EV chargers and Sievert Electric has partnered with SemaConnect to meet Chicagoland’s EV needs.
We offer the following SemaConnect products:
(20 ILCS 627/55 new) Sec. 55. Charging rebate program. (a) In order to substantially offset the installation costs of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, beginning July 1, 2022, and continuing as long as funds are available, the Agency shall issue rebates, consistent with the Commission-approved Beneficial Electrification Plans in accordance with Section 45, to public and private organizations and companies to install and maintain Level 2 or Level 3 charging stations. (b) The Agency shall award rebates or grants that fund up to 80% of the cost of the installation of charging stations.
The Agency shall award additional incentives per port for every charging station installed in an eligible community and every charging station located to support eligible persons. In order to be eligible to receive a rebate or grant, the organization or company must submit an application to the Agency and commit to paying the prevailing wage for the installation project. The Agency shall by rule provide application and other programmatic details and requirements, including additional incentives for eligible communities.
The Agency may determine per port or project caps based on a review of best practices and stakeholder engagement. The Agency shall accept applications on a rolling basis and shall award rebates or grants within 60 days of each application. The Agency may not award rebates or grants to an organization or company that does not pay the prevailing wage for the installation of a charging station for which it seeks a rebate or grant.