EV Miles Program
Program your EV. Receive 1,000 to 2,200 miles of charging per year.
CMLP and Sagewell Inc. are partnering to bring you EV Miles. EV Miles participants program their electric vehicles to charge off-peak and receive a monthly bill credit for their participation. Any Concord resident that drives an all-electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle, and has a CMLP residential account can participate. Read the program rules on this page, then click the link below to enroll.
- Participants must program their electric vehicle or home smart charger to start charging after 10 PM and end charging by 12 noon, Monday through Friday. Charging is open 24 hours a day on weekends.
- Participants will provide a photograph or screenshot showing their car's charging schedule
- Participants agree to release their electric meter or electric vehicle charger data, where available, for the purposes of the program.
- Drivers of all-electric vehicles will receive a $10 monthly credit; drivers of plug-in hybrid vehicles will receive $5 monthly.
How to Enroll:
- We recommend you enroll on a tablet or mobile device
- Find your vehicle identification number (VIN), and, if you have one, your ChargePoint or eMotorWerks charger serial number
- Please click here to complete the enrollment form. It should take less than 10 minutes.
- We will verify your information and confirm your enrollment via email
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I join EV Miles?
Program your car or charger to charge only during off-peak hours: 10 PM to 12 noon, Monday through Friday and anytime on weekends. Take a photo or screenshot of the timer display, programmed to charge during off-peak hours. Complete the online EV Miles Enrollment Form. Upload the photo/screenshot showing charging time and submit the application. You will be contacted by Sagewell to let you know when your enrollment has been approved.
My family has more than one EV. May I enroll each EV in the EV Miles Program?
There is a shared EV charging station located on-site for use by all residents at the multi-dwelling unit property where I live. May I enroll in the EV Miles Program?
You may enroll in the EV Miles Program if you have installed a Level 2 charging system for your exclusive use at your parking space. You must document your Level 2 charging system installation by applying for and receiving an EV Level 2 Rebate from CMLP before you enroll in the EV Miles Program.
How do I program my vehicle?
Please see these instructions for popular makes and models of electric vehicles. If you need additional help, contact Sagewell at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 781-303-4994.
Why does CMLP offer the EV Miles Program?
By charging your EV during off-peak hours, you help reduce peak demand charges incurred by CMLP, keeping all customers’ bills lower. Peak demand charges refer to the extra cost for electricity during weekday afternoons and early evenings, when there is the greatest call for electricity throughout the regional electric grid.
I’m already on CMLP’s Residential Time of Use Rate (TOU Rate) for EV charging. May I participate in the EV Miles Program also?
You may subscribe to CMLP’s TOU Rate or participate in the EV Miles Program, but not both. If you have not already incurred the expense associated with installing a second meter in order to subscribe to the TOU rate for EV charging, the EV Miles Program will be more financially advantageous and easier to participate in.
What must I do to remain a participant in good standing in the EV Miles Program?
In May of each year, prior to the summer months in which electricity demand is the highest, CMLP will ask you to send us a new photo or screenshot of your charging timer, showing that it is still programmed to charge only during off-peak hours.
What if I need to charge on-peak in an emergency?
You may charge during the daytime (weekdays, 12 PM to 10 PM) up to 3 times each month, in case of emergency, with the following exception: CMLP will enroll all EV Miles Program participants in our peak demand reduction Google group, which will allow us to send you an email when peak demand is predicted – typically on several hot weekday afternoons or early evenings from June 1st through September 15th each year. If you receive a peak demand reduction notification, you may not charge on-peak for emergency purposes during the time periods described in the notification.
How does CMLP determine whether EV Miles Program participants are charging off peak?
By monitoring electricity usage data.
Who can I contact if I have questions?
If you have questions about enrolling in EV Miles, contact Sagewell at email@example.com or by calling 781-303-4994. Sagewell is CMLP’s EV Miles Program Administrator.
If you have questions about the EV buying process, see The Town of Concord’s EV Buying guide or contact Concord’s EV Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling our toll free EV support line at 1-833-443-8363.
If you have questions about the Time of Use Rate, or if the EV Miles program is the right choice for you, contact Laura Scott at email@example.com or 978-318-3102.
My business has a commercial CMLP electric account. May my business participate in the EV Miles Program, as long as we charge our company’s EV during off-peak hours?
Please contact CMLP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-318-3102. CMLP would like to learn more about your specific situation so that we can determine if the EV Miles Program can be expanded to accommodate our business customers.