California Adds Electrical Vehicle Incentives
California’s plug-in electric vehicle drivers are about to get new financial perks.
Members of the California Public Utilities Commission are scheduled to sign off today on guidelines for an annual credit against utility bills or a one-time vehicle rebate. The commission will let individual utilities decide which incentive to offer.
Southern California Edison is proposing a one-time rebate of $250 to $350 per new vehicle owner.
San Diego Gas & Electric intends to provide an annual bill credit but declined to say how much. “We just don’t have any specific numbers at this point. It’s too early,” said Erin Coller, an SDG&E spokeswoman. “The numbers are not available right now.”
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