Drive Clean Rebate for Electric Cars
Up To $2,000
It’s a Great Time to Get an Electric Car in New York State
Not only are electric cars cleaner, but they offer a cutting-edge driving experience, save money on fuel, and need less maintenance than gas or diesel cars. The Charge NY initiative offers electric car buyers the Drive Clean Rebate of up to $2,000 for new car purchases or leases. Combine that with an Inflation Reduction Act tax credit of up to $7,500, and it’s an opportunity you wouldn’t want to miss. If you are a New York State resident, business, or government entity looking for a new car, it’s a great time to buy or lease a plug-in hybrid or battery-powered car that qualifies for the Drive Clean Rebate.
How the Rebate Works
With more than 60 electric car models to choose from, an ever-expanding fueling network of thousands of public charging stations across New York State, and a point-of-sale rebate on your new car purchase or lease, there’s no better time than now to go electric.
Charging EVs Forward
New York State’s Charge NY initiative is helping to get more electric cars and trucks on the road by supporting the installation of charging stations and offering the Drive Clean Rebate for the purchase of new electric cars . Whether you’re a consumer, business, municipality, or fleet operator, Charge NY has resources to help get started on your electric vehicle journey.
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NYSERDA has several programs that provide incentives, funding, and technical assistance to accelerate electric vehicle adoption.
- Charge Ready NY 2.0: Offers incentives to public, private, and not-for-profit organizations that install Level 2 EV charging stations at workplaces, multi-unit dwellings, or public facilities.
- Charging at Multifamily Properties: Includes information and resources on the benefits, best practices, and financial incentives for installing EV charging stations at multi-unit dwellings.
- Truck Voucher Incentive Program: Provides vouchers and discounts for fleets to purchase or lease zero-emission trucks and buses and take high-emitting, polluting diesel vehicles off the road.