Utilities boost electric car incentives
Two electric companies serving northern
Vermont Electric Co-op incentives include:
The co-ops electric vehicle incentives as well as similar credits for pellet stoves, heat pumps and heat pump hot water heaters and charging station are part of its Energy Transformation Program launched in 2015 in response to Vermonts Renewable Energy Standard law. The law requires electric utilities to implement programs to help their customers shift their energy sources away from fossil fuels.
More information is available at vermontelectric.coop or by calling (802) 635-2331.
The company is also giving new Leaf customers free home chargers that allow drivers to fully charge their cars in a few hours. These complement the companys network of public charging stations installed statewide.
We are committed to helping customers find ways to reduce carbon and to save money, said
Nissan warrantees the car for the first eight years or 100,000 miles. Contact Freedom Nissan at (802) 864-7400 or visit NissanUSA.com/leaf to learn more.
Further information about electric vehicles in