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Discussion in 'Energy, Environment, and Policy' started by cfsaxNY, Apr 5, 2016.
$2000 per vehicle. Thank You Governor Cuomo!
do you have a link to press release or official confirmation
New York Gets $2,000 Electric Vehicle Rebate in Final Budget
Thanks. Great news!
Looks like we won't have details on the implementation for awhile. The article is not clear as to whether it will effect 2016.
With that said it looks like I will be getting a $9500 rebate on my Model 3 in 2018!
Looks pretty good and will last beyond 2017.
What are the chances this incentive will be retroactive for whom purchased an EV in 2015?
Unfortunately I think we are SOL!
Time to buy the refreshed MS.
Too bad it's not retroactive but I don't regret the pleasure of ownership of my Model S for the past 2 years.
Bumping for refresh New Yorkers I keep reading "up to $2000" but I can't find what "up to" means. I don't see any limits per salary, price etc..........I have checked many different reports so far but.......................................
When does this go into effect?
I read they have to 12 months to implement from the time this was first announced.
I Believe it is already in effect. it was already voted on and passed in April by the legislature
According to his article it states they have 12 months. Not sure. I called 311 for info and they had no clue about this rebate.
I ahve Googled and read several references to this credit. Looks like you are right. The vote was March 31,2016 and passed.
New York legislators will vote on the annual budget that, this year, includes a new electric vehicle rebate program that will allow consumers who purchase or lease the vehicles at a discount of up to $2,000.
The budget agreement stipulates that the program must be in effect within the next 12 months.
This explains why I cannot find the tax form for it
Forgot to add the link
New York Electric Vehicle Rebate Will Knock $2,000 off MSRP
Can anyone find an update?
Still no update on this...?
any news on when it's going to be in effect?
I will be interested in this but apparently I have to wait 30 months after utilizing the federal tax credit initially before I can update to a new car. 12 more months to go. Who knows what surprises await? I Will be upgrading then to a new nose, lights, 100 kw battery, ventilated seats, full glass roof, auto pilot 2.0 and rear cup holders. Not to mention any software revisions. Isn't progress grand?