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CHEAPR is EVolving!

The CHEAPR pilot program is currently transitioning to the new CHEAPR program established under Public Act 19-117. The new program will offer rebates for both new and used electric vehicles! The CHEAPR board is reassessing current program incentive levels for new EVs and evaluating the implementation of the used EV incentive component. Current incentive levels will remain in effect until the new CHEAPR program is launched later this year.  Stay tuned, incentive levels may change in 2020.

Program Statistics

The CHEAPR program offers interactive access to program data below. This data provides a variety of information about the adoption and distribution of electric vehicles in Connecticut. Not all electric vehicles in Connecticut will be captured in the CHEAPR database as some models are ineligible for the program and some owners do not take advantage of the program. In addition to key statistics about CHEAPR, this data offers incentive distribution data filtered by zip code.

Program statistics are updated on a monthly basis and do not reflect current available funding amounts. Real-time available funding amounts are provided on the Available Funding Page.

As the CHEAPR program administrator, the Center for Sustainable Energy promotes the production and use of electric vehicles through consumer rebates, outreach and education.

Questions about this data? Email cheapr@energycenter.org.

 

Download the data in excel format: CHEAPR Current Data Set.

 

Content last updated February 24, 2020