The Massachusetts state EV rebate program, MOR-EV, underwent changes on January 1, 2019. If you purchased and took possession of your EV before the new year, you are still eligible for the old MOR-EV rebate rules.
The changes are as follows:
Only all-electric battery-only vehicles (e.g. the Chevy Bolt and Nissan Leaf) with an MSRP under $50,000 are eligible for the MOR-EV rebate. This means that any plug-in hybrid vehicles (e.g. the Chevy Volt and Toyota Prius Prime) and any EV over $50,000 (e.g. the Tesla Model X) will not be eligible for the rebate.
The MOR-EV rebate amount has also been reduced from a maximum of $2,500 to a maximum of $1,500.
The MOR-EV rebate program has been extended only through June 2019, so time is still a major factor.
The Belmont Energy Committee found that over a third of all Belmont emissions come from gasoline! We can have a tremendous impact on our local and global environment by getting those gasoline vehicles off the road.
Sponsored by Belmont Light, in partnership with Sustainable Belmont, Belmont Energy Committee and residents of Belmont, Belmont Drives Electric is a local initiative designed to highlight the benefits of driving electric vehicles and connect Belmont residents to rebates, incentives, and free test drives.
In addition to the environmental benefit of reduced emissions, plug-in electric vehicles are affordable, efficient and fun to drive! Fueling your car on electricity compared to gasoline is much cheaper and you will see additional savings from lower maintenance costs. Belmont's group-buy deals combined with the Commonwealth's robust rebate program have made electric vehicles extremely affordable. These steeply discounted deals and the available rebates are time-sensitive, so take advantage while you can!
Already have an EV and Level 2 (240V) charger? Join the Bring Your Own Charger program and earn $8 per month for charging during nights and weekends. That's a lot of free driving!