Here’s some exciting news for residential members who drive fully electric, battery-powered EVs: You may qualify for our $100 EV rebate.
Applying for your rebate is easy (CLICK HERE). And by registering your vehicle, you’ll help us better understand how members, like you, are using power. This information will guide planning for our power delivery system, as well as additional EV programs and rebates that benefit you.
While on the webpage, check out helpful information on the benefits of driving electric, from home and public charging to available offers and incentives, such as tax credits.
EV ownership continues to grow in our state. The U.S. Dept. of Energy reported more than 58,000 registered EVs on Florida roads at the end of 2020.
With interest growing and EVs here to stay, drivers will need convenient access to charging stations. That will be a growing piece of infrastructure nationwide and for your cooperative.
As part of a national plan to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding invests the largest amount ever in EV charging infrastructure. Funding will boost the build-out of 500,000 public charging stations by 2030. These stations — equipped with similar plug types, hardware hookups and payment options — will help fill gaps in rural locations.
Auto manufacturers are ramping up production of more attractive and affordable EV models to keep pace with demand. This competition is driving down vehicle prices and giving consumers more choices than ever — including compact cars, SUVs, and even electric pickup trucks that Ford, Chevy and other manufacturers plan to bring to market this year.
Many drivers enjoy the quiet, smooth ride and stronger acceleration they get with an EV. Most like the convenience of controlling the vehicle’s features from an app on their phone. With no tailpipe emissions, EVs contribute to a clean, sustainable energy future.
Automakers’ shift toward increased EV production and the expansion of charging infrastructure may also help create good-paying jobs and benefit our local economy.
Whether you’re already behind the wheel of an EV or considering one for your future ride, we’re here with a roadmap of resources to help. Visit our Choose EV page or contact us at 800-342-7400.
EV owners, remember to apply for your $100 rebate today! Complete the online form and receive your rebate via a mailed check.