eBike Incentive Program Statistics
The eBike Incentive Program offers interactive access to program data below. This data provides a variety of information about the distribution of eBike incentives in Connecticut. In addition to key statistics about the eBike Incentive Program, this data offers incentive distribution data filtered by location, EJ Community/Distressed Municipality, eBike retailers, and more.
eBike Incentive Program statistics are updated periodically by the program administrator Center for Sustainable Energy.
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Download the data in excel format: CT eBike Incentive Program - Current Data set.
NOTE: The three paths to receiving a Voucher+ award represented in the data above— (1) EJ Community/Distressed Municipality, (2) Income Qualification, and (3) Public Assistance Program—are not mutually exclusive. For example, an applicant for a Voucher+ award might have met the criteria for two or even three of the categories—they could (1) live in an environmental justice community, (2) while also having a household income at or below 300% of the federal poverty level, and (3) participate in state and federal assistance programs. Therefore, the data in that table should not be read to mean that only 5 approved applicants had household income at or below 300% of the federal poverty level or that only 92 approved applicants received public assistance. Demonstrating that one lived in an EJ community required the least paperwork, which could help explain why there were 371 approved vouchers in that category. Those three categories were mandated by Connecticut General Statutes 22a-202(e), the provision authorizing this eBike program.