PLEASE NOTE: FUNDING FOR THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE REBATE HAS BEEN EXHAUSTED, BUT MORE FUNDING MAY BE AVAILABLE SOON. IF YOU ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION, WE WILL COMMUNICATE YOUR APPLICATION STATUS WITHIN 3O DAYS OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATION. YOU MAY SUBMIT AN INQUIRY TO BE PLACED ON THE WAITLIST IN CASE VCE RECEIVES ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR EV REBATES HERE. PLEASE NOTE THAT BEING ON THE WAITLIST DOES NOT GUARANTEE A REBATE.
According to the CA Air Resources Board, a whopping 35% of our state’s emissions come from transportation. That’s a huge slice of air quality degradation, and one we can do something about. Converting to driving clean is easy— it’s lots of fun, and now it’s more affordable than ever for VCE customers.
Let’s start with the good news: EV sales in the country have nearly doubled from 2020 to 2021—from about 308,000 to 608,000. Making it even easier to drive electric are the many rebate and incentive programs offered by federal and state governments.
Here’s some even better news: Rebates and incentives are available to help you with your purchase of a new electric vehicle. Valley Clean Energy is now offering an EV Rebate program of our own, which you can add to the other available incentives to help you “stack your savings” on the purchase or lease of a new electric vehicle.
Please note: applicants must be a VCE customer residing in Woodland, Winters, Davis, or unincorporated Yolo County, and must qualify for the CVRP rebate to be eligible for VCE’s rebate. Applicants are not eligible for CVRP rebates if their gross annual incomes are above the following thresholds: $135,000 for single filers, $175,000 for head-of-household filers, or $200,000 for joint filers.
Applying for our rebate is super easy. Here’s how:
- Apply after purchase. (You don’t have to be income qualified, but lower income applicants typically qualify for higher rebate amounts.)
- Applicants must also be approved by the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) to qualify.