About EVs: Savings & rebates
Automobile owners are going electric
Your neighbors agree: EVs are a convenient, affordable, and clean alternative to gas vehicles. Check out the resources below to learn more about why automobile owners are embracing an electric future.
Federal and state incentives and rebates
Check out these additional federal and state incentives and rebates for making the EV switch:
|Program||EVs Incentive Amount||New or used||Additional Information|
|Peninsula Clean Energy Used EV Rebate||$700 - $4,000||Used only||Purchase only. San Mateo County and Los Banos.|
|PG&E Used EV Rebate||$1,000 - $4,000||Used only||Open to all PG&E customers with an active residential Electric Service Agreement.|
|Federal Tax Credit||$0 - $7,500||New only||Incentive based on battery capacity, vehicle make/model, and tax liability. Purchase only. Click here to see incentive amount according to vehicle.|
|Clean Cars for All||$2,000 - $9,500||New and used||Grants for income-qualified Bay Area residents to retire their older car and replace it with a hybrid, plug-in hybrid, battery, or hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle, or a pre-paid card to use for public transit and purchase e-bikes|
|Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (currently closed)||$750(motorcycle), $1,000 -$7,500||New only||The Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) promotes clean vehicle adoption in California by offering rebates from $1,000 to $7,500 for the purchase or lease of new, eligible zero-emission vehicles, including electric, plug-in hybrid electric and fuel cell vehicles.|
|Driving Clean Assistance Program (currently closed)||Closed|
EV Ready: Full charge ahead for local businesses
EV Ready is a $28 million electric vehicle charging infrastructure program targeting 3,500 charging ports installed in public parking facilities, workplaces, apartments, and condos. Learn how workplaces, condo, and apartment complexes can receive free technical assistance to help design your project and generous incentives.