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Nissan Offers $15,000 For New Electric-Car Quick Chargers By Dec 31

Nissan’s EV Advantage program offers $10,000 to companies, groups, and others who install a publicly available quick-charging station using the CHAdeMO standard that’s compatible with its Leaf electric cars.

The $10,000 payment is good through next March 31, and there’s an additional bonus of $5,000 if the station is up and running by December 31 this year.

December 31 is also when a Federal Alternative Fuel Infrastructure tax credit expires, so there’s a double incentive to get CHAdeMO stations up and running by the end of the year.

That tax credit–restored during “fiscal cliff” negotiations last year–covers 30 percent of the installation costs of a quick-charging station up to $30,000; it can be carried forward for 20 years or backward one year.

Net costs of installing electric-car quick charger by end of 2013 under Nissan EV Advantage program

Net costs of installing electric-car quick charger by end of 2013 under Nissan EV Advantage program

Nissan’s senior manager of corporate communications, Brian Brockman, said the infrastructure incentive is offered across the country, but only in regions that have either high levels of Leaf ownership already or “where we see growth coming” in electric car sales.

Nissan says it’s happy to help interested parties identify state and local incentives for installation of electric-car charging infrastructure as well.
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