Vehicles

Choose the vehicle that is right for you

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Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)

A BEV runs on electricity only. Charging is much cheaper than fuelling up with gas and better for our air too.

How do I charge it?

  • At home with Level 1 in any regular outlet
  • At home with Level 2 with a 240 volt outlet
  • At public charging stations

How far can I drive?

Between 50 – 250 miles between charges, depending on which BEV and the driving conditions.

How much will it cost?

  • A used BEV can cost around $7,000 and up
  • On average, it costs about half as much to drive a BEV than a gas car
  • Very low maintenance costs generally
  • Battery warranty recommended

Vehicle Requirements Checklist

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Benefits

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Up to $5,000 grant available, depending on your income

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Charging grants available, up to $2,000 value

Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV)

A PHEV runs on electricity and it uses gas as a back-up. The more you use electricity, the more you'll save money and reduce pollution.

How do I charge it?

  • At home with Level 1 in any regular outlet
  • At home with Level 2 with a 240 volt outlet
  • At public charging stations

How far can I drive?

Between 10-125 miles on electricity, then 300-500 miles using gas, depending on which PHEV and the driving conditions.

How much will it cost?

  • A used PHEV can cost around $10,000 and up
  • Lower maintenance costs generally
  • Battery warranty recommended

Vehicle Requirements Checklist

Vehicle Requirements Checklist

Benefits

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Up to $5,000 grant available, depending on your income

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Charging grants available, up to $2,000 value

Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV)

A HEV runs on gas and it uses electricity as a back-up. The extra power from electricity means HEVs are very fuel efficient and will save you money on gas.

How do I charge it?

  • You don’t need to charge an HEV, instead, you take it to a gas pump to refuel

How far can I drive?

Roughly 500 miles between refueling, depending on which HEV you’re driving and the driving conditions.

How much will it cost?

  • A used HEV can cost around $9,000 and up
  • Similar maintenance costs to a gas car

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Benefits

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Up to $2,500 grant available, depending on your income

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Step 1: Understand the Basics About Clean Vehicles

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Step 2: Understand the Basics About Charging Stations

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(It is up to you to select a vehicle that is right for you. You do not have to follow the recommendation. This recommendation will not influence your clean vehicle application or what grants you are eligible for.)

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