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Administered by CSE for the California Air Resources Board, the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) offers up to $7,000 in electric vehicle rebates for the purchase or lease of new, eligible zero-emissions and plug-in hybrid light-duty vehicles.
California is already by far the No. 1 state for sales of electric cars, and the state's biggest utility apparently wants to add to that momentum.
States are exploring policies to support hybrid and plug-in electric car adoption to increase energy security and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Government incentives for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles have been established by several national governments and local authorities around the world as a financial incentives to plug-in electric vehicle vehicles to consumers. These mainly include tax exemptions and tax credits, and additional perks that range from access to bus lanes to waivers on fees (charging, parking, tolls, etc.).
California residents get up to $7,000 for the purchase or lease of a new, eligible zero-emission or plug-in hybrid light-duty vehicle.
The Clarity Electric’s battery technology was designed with thermal stability in mind. However, inclement weather may generally affect the battery performance of all electric vehicles, the Clarity Electric included.
Federal incentives for electric vehicles. The Qualified Plug-in Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Tax Credit is the main federal incentive program for electric cars available in the United States. Under this program, the purchase of a new electric vehicle is eligibe for a tax credit worth $7,500 as long as it meets the following criteria:
Vehicles. The cost of plug-in electric vehicles at first glance may seem high. But, factor in the different rebates and tax credits available, and the cost becomes quite attractive.
A man walks past a Tesla Motors Inc. Model S electric automobile at one of the company's electric charging stations near a shopping mall in Beijing in March.
For years, green-car buyers in California have enjoyed a special perk: access to high-occupancy vehicle lanes that can whiz past gridlock, even with just a single occupant.