Ready to buy an EV? You can save up to $7500 on most plug-in electric vehicles through the Federal Tax Credit. Save even more with MORE-EV rebates of up to $2500 through the State of Massachusetts for the purchase or lease of battery electric vehicles and up to $1500 for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Check out other EV incentives from the State of Massachusetts including the MOR-EV Trucks Program. Learn more about state and federal incentives available to electric vehicle drivers here.
Massachusetts EV Resources
Purchase a used EV
Prefer to purchase your vehicles pre-loved? There are plenty of options for purchasing a used EV with Drive Green, an electric vehicle discount program through the Green Energy Consumers Alliance.
Charge at Work
Need to charge your personal car at work, or drive a workplace fleet vehicle? Take a look at charging incentives through MassEVIP, and share workplace charging and policy guides to your leadership team and Fleet Managers to encourage electric vehicle adoption at your workplace. In Eversource Energy’s service territory? Take a look at their commercial EV Charging Station Program. Commercial customer of National Grid? Save money and partner with National Grid to install Level 2 or DCFC fast charging stations for your Workplace.
Charge a Fleet
Are you a Fleet Manager? Check out these resources detailing what Fleet Managers need to know about EV fleets, including written handbooks, guides, and vehicle search tools. Apply for the MassEVIP Fleet Incentive that provides incentives for public entities to buy or lease EVs, and apply for the Workplace & Fleet Charging Program to install Level 1 and Level 2 EV charging stations at your business. National Grid is also offering 100 no-cost fleet advisory services to public transit and government fleets. Read more here.
Charge On The Go
Charge at Home
Utility customer of Eversource? Eversource’s Connected Solutions Program rewards EV drivers for using less energy during periods of peak demand.
Utility customer of National Grid? Sign up for its EV ConnectedSolutions offering or the Off Peak Charging Rebate program. See more here.
Live in a city or town also served by a municipally-owned electric company? Find out what additional EV incentives you may be eligible for. See more here.
Live in a Boston Condo?
Learn about Boston’s new “Right to Charge” law allowing Boston condominium unit owners to install electric vehicle (EV) charging stations on or near their parking spaces.
Town of Winchester
Interested in renewable energy and more electricity supply options?
Take a look at WinPower, The Town of Winchester’s green electricity bulk buying program.