MILLIONS of Americans are eligible for Energy Rebates of between $500 and $1,500
Connecticut is offering eBike purchase vouchers between $500 and $1,500 to encourage residents to use electric bicycles and enjoy energy rebates. Successful applicants must call an Environmental Justice neighborhood, participate in a federal or state income-qualifying program, and earn less than three times the federal poverty line.
The Connecticut Clean Air Act has expanded the CHEAPR incentive program to include eBikes, expanding it to include qualifying eBikes enjoy energy rebates up to $3,000. This program aims to provide additional electrified transportation options for low- and moderate-income households and lower carbon emissions in communities disproportionately impacted by air pollution. The incentive program offers energy rebates up to a $1,500 voucher towards an E-bike purchase, making eBikes more accessible and affordable for individuals across all income levels.
Department reviews $1.5 million eBike vouchers, offering energy rebates and direct payments
The department is reviewing applications for energy rebates, which will be available at participating eBike retailers. Successful recipients for energy rebates will have over 40 models from well-known brands, with a minimum of less than $3,000.
Columbus, Ohio is investing $250,000 in energy rebates for eBike purchases from local shops, aiming for greater sustainability. Minnesota offers $1,500 energy rebate for eBike purchases, with other states offering direct payments.