Electric Vehicle Rebates

Plug-in electric vehicles are connected, fun and practical. They can reduce emissions that contribute to climate change and smog and can even save you money. Rebates from TID make it even more economical to purchase and charge your plug-in electric vehicle.

Electric Vehicle

Receive a $300 rebate when you purchase a qualifying new or used zero-emission battery electric vehicle.

TID customers enrolled in the CARES program will receive an additional $700 per vehicle.

Terms and Conditions

Applicant must be a TID customer.
Electric Vehicle may be new or used, but must be purchased from a retail automobile sales company.
Vehicle must be listed on the CVRP Eligible Vehicles website under the category ‘Zero-Emission Vehicles: Battery Electric’ https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/eligible-vehicles.
Rebate must be received by TID within six (6) months of the purchase or lease date.
Limit (2) electric vehicle rebates per residential account.

Electric Vehicle Charger

Receive a $300 rebate when you purchase and install a qualifying Level 2 Charger.

CARES customers will receive an additional $100 rebate per charger.

Terms and Conditions

Applicant must be a TID customer.
A qualifying electric vehicle must be registered at the address of the customer.
Electric Vehicle Service Equipment (Charger) must be Level 2 . Rebate must be received by TID within six (6) months of EVSE purchase.
Limit two (2) Charger installations per residential account.

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