Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles

 

CSE is the statewide administrator for the Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) program that aims to provide air pollution emission reductions for the commonwealth by increasing the use of zero-emission electric vehicles. We promote greater adoption and use of EVs, including battery-only, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell electric vehicles through outreach and education with a variety of partners including consumers and dealers.

Funded by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs' Department of Energy Resources, the program provides rebates up to $2,500 for the purchase or lease of light-duty electric vehicles and motorcycles.

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MOR-EV Impacts

$4.6 million in rebates

As of May 2016, CSE has reserved and issued more than $4,678,000 in rebates for zero-emission vehicles in Massachusetts.

5,700+ MT of CO2

As of June 2016, clean vehicles receiving rebates in Massachusetts are reducing greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to more than 5,700 metric tons of carbon dioxide annually.

2,050 rebates

As of May 2016, CSE has reserved and issued more than 2,000 rebates zero-emission vehicles in Massachusetts.

Program at a Glance

Program Goals

Promote adoption of zero-emission vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions

CSE's Role

Administer of the statewide rebate program and provide clean vehicle market information to consumers, dealerships and stakeholders

Technologies

Technologies
Clean Transportation

Key Partners

Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Massachusetts Clean Cities Coalition, Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management, vehicle manufacturers

State Policies Supported

Accelerate purchase or lease of EVs in the commonwealth and improve air quality

Impact Statement

Accelerate purchase or lease of EVs in the commonwealth and improve air quality