Registration Flow Fixes Made
If you have been thinking of registering your EV or charger for the incentives offered through Eversource and United Illuminating, but have been hesitant due to reports of the not-ready-for-prime-time registration funnel, the corrective website development work has been finished and it should be good to go, whether registering a new charger or going the telematics route.
As reported to us by Eversource and UI (the EDCs, a.k.a. utilities) early in the year, due to the finalization of the program occurring around Thanksgiving of 2021, and its starting point of January 1, 2022, there was insufficient time to properly build out the website. This is further complicated by there being 3 parties involved as the EDCs outsource the management of the program. After they presented to the club in January, a number of members tried to register regardless and encountered all sorts of adventures, including finding themselves on an out of state EDC website.
If you register, you will notice that you will be taken from the EDC domain to an EDC subdomain on the vendor’s domain. Your EDC account number will serve to link you. Pro tip – when you enter the account number, don’t leave spaces. If you do, the registration won’t take and the site isn’t clear regarding what isn’t working.
Have a graphic of your vehicle registration for uploading.
Keep in mind the charger incentives apply only to approved charger units and, similarly, telematics applies to approved vehicles. See this page, which has info for both Eversource and UI.
Feel free to let us know about your experiences. We can forward reports of issues to the EDCs.
This takes you to Eversource Connected Solutions. This is the page for UI residential.
2 thoughts on “Time To Register For Utility Incentives”
I saw Roger’s post this morning and apparently there is real vampire drain arising from the utility monitoring charge status via telematics. Expected to be fixed, but not for a while. Thanks for posting the link.