12.08.2010 - by Jay Friedland
Help us get Congress to extend the EV Infrastructure Tax Credit

Last year the US Government approved tax credits for EV charging infrastructure of 50% up to $2,000 for individuals and $50,000 for businesses. Unfortunately this tax credit expires 12/31/2010. Just as plug-in cars are about to get on the road is absolutely the wrong time to end this tax credit. Plug In America is working with members of Congress to get this tax credit extended. But now we hear that the infrastructure tax credit extension may be scaled back or eliminated from the 2010 tax extenders bill.

We need your help – please take just a moment to click through the link below and show Washington just how serious you are about getting affordable plug-in infrastructure at our homes and businesses:


– Jay Friedland, Plug In America Legislative Director

1 comment on “Help us get Congress to extend the EV Infrastructure Tax Credit”
  1. Rosana says:

    I live in a condo where we’re looking into getting electric car plug-ins in the garage for those owners who want them. Without the tax credit, we might not have enough owner participation to proceed with this plan. Thanks for your efforts in this area!

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