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DEP Extends First Come, First Served Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebates Thru June 30

The Department of Environmental Protection has extended its Alternative Fueled Vehicle Rebate Program through June 30.  (formal noticeThe rebates available include--

-- A $1,750 rebate for battery electric vehicles (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) with a battery capacity greater than or equal to 20 kWh.

-- A $1,000 rebate for BEVs and PHEVs with a battery capacity between 10 kWh and 20 kWh.

-- A $750 rebate for BEVs and PHEVs with a battery capacity less than 10 kWh.

In addition to rebates for new vehicles, residents in Allegheny, Armstrong, Bucks, Butler, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Washington and Westmoreland counties are eligible for rebates on used alternative fueled vehicles if they meet certain other requirements.

Approximately 500 rebates at all levels will be available on a first come, first served basis.

All AFV rebates must be submitted online using the eGrants system.

For all the details, visit DEP’s Alternative Fueled Vehicle Rebate Program webpage.

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[Posted: Dec. 29, 2017]


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