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USA: Tennessee residents can get $2,500 rebate when purchasing Chevy Volt

There is an electric charging station at 2 North Shore, where area residents can charge Chevy Volts or Nissan Leafs. (Photo: Staff)

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State leaders announced Tuesday that residents who purchase a Chevy Volt between now and June 30 are eligible for a $2,500 electric vehicle rebate.

“The state’s $2,500 electric vehicle rebate provides an extra incentive to those who want to purchase a more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly vehicle,” Molly Cripps, director of the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Energy Division, said. “We’ve had a great deal of interest from Tennessee consumers regarding the Volt, and I am pleased it is now eligible for rebates.”

The rebate requires that consumers qualify for and participate in the EV Project, a national study on electric vehicle use and charging infrastructure deployment.

Participants of the EV Project get a free charge station and a credit of up to $1,200 toward its installation.

To be eligible, Tennessee residents must sign an EV Project participant agreement, purchase the Volt, take delivery of the car and have SPX Corporation install their Blink charge station by June 30, 2012.

Volt owners who have already purchased and taken delivery of their vehicles are still eligible for the rebate if they are accepted into the EV Project.


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