State and Federal Electric Vehicle Funding Programs

Learn about state and federal incentives available to electric vehicle drivers.

Current Incentives

MOR-EV Rebate Program

The Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) Program aims to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions and support greater adoption of electric vehicles across the Commonwealth by offering rebates to consumers (residents, corporations, and other entities) who register their on-road zero emission vehicles in Massachusetts. MOR-EV provides rebates for the purchase or lease of eligible battery electric vehicles and fuel-cell electric vehicles, including passenger cars and medium- and heavy-duty trucks and other vehicle types. The program also offers rebates for used EVs and a rebate adder for income-qualifying residents.  

MOR-EV is funded by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs’ Department of Energy Resources (DOER). 

United States Department of Energy, New Energy Tax Credit

Consumers can receive up to $7,500 in federal tax credits when purchasing a new, eligible electric vehicle and up to $4,000 when purchasing a used, eligible electric vehicle. As of January 2024, these tax credits are redeemable at the point of sale with dealerships that have registered with the IRS.

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Electric Vehicle Incentive Program (MassEVIP)

Grants for Fleets - MassEVIP Fleets is a Massachusetts DEP rolling grant program aimed at making electric vehicles (EV's) more widely available across the state. The program provides incentives for public entities to buy or lease EVs. Funding amounts vary based on vehicle type and means of acquisition with a maximum of $7,500 per vehicle.

Grants for Workplace Charging - MassEVIP Workplace & Fleet Charging is aimed at making EV charging stations more widely available across Massachusetts. The program provides incentives for employers and fleet operators to acquire and install Level 1 and Level 2 EV charging stations. Applicants with 15 or more employees in non-residential places of business are eligible.

Electric Vehicle Charging Information

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