In Delaware, drivers who purchase eligible electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicles can save up to $10,000 with the federal and state incentive programs.
Guess what the leading cause of greenhouse gas emissions is? Transportation. It gets worse, though—90% of our transportation energy comes from petroleum.
We need green vehicles more than ever! That’s why many states offer incentives to encourage drivers to go green. These incentives usually come in the form of rebates, tax credits, or discounts that help reduce the cost of owning and maintaining an electric vehicle.
How much can I save with the Delaware electric vehicle incentive?
You could save up to $10,000 thanks to electric vehicle incentives. The federal tax credit is up to $7,500 depending on the car’s battery capacity. Connecticut offers up to $2,500 in rebates through its clean vehicle rebate program.
You can also get a billing credit from Delaware Electric Cooperative to the amount of $200 once and then $5 each month.
How to get the Delaware electric vehicle incentive
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