Save when you buy. Save when you own.

With no gas, minimal maintenance and big purchase incentives, the math speaks for itself. 

Everyday savings

Dump the pump: With no more expensive trips to the gas station, electric car owners save an average of $850 a year on fuel alone. Plus, your new energy source is cleaner, local and priced more reliably.
Calculate your savings

Repair no more: Say goodbye to oil changes and worn-down parts. Electric vehicles have fewer moving components, regenerative brakes that last twice as long and an oil-free motor, so you’ll spend less time (and less money) at the shop.

Park up close: Electric cars get VIP treatment at more and more shopping centers, workplaces and parking lots. Park close and watch the savings roll in. 

Tax incentives: Home

Buying an electric vehicle

Federal: Slash the sticker price with a federal income tax credit of up to $7,500. It’s available for new all-electric and plug-in hybrid cars. 
See your savings

Oregon: There’s no vehicle purchase incentive in Oregon yet—but we’re hard at work to change that. In fact, it’s one of our top policy priorities.
How we’re driving new policies

Washington: Go electric to save big on taxes. Most electric vehicles are exempt from state sales tax.
Learn what qualifies


Installing a charging station

Oregon: Oregon’s tax credit pays back up to $750 to cover half the cost of buying and installing a charging station. This credit expires at the end of 2017, so now’s the time to act.
Here’s how

Washington: Pay no sales tax when purchasing and installing an electric vehicle charger. 
Learn more

Tax incentives: Business

Federal: A federal income tax credit of up to $7,500 is available for new all-electric and plug-in hybrid cars. Slash the sticker price and electrify your business fleet.
See your savings

Oregon: Nonprofits, businesses and other Oregon organizations can get back up to 35% of the incremental cost of purchasing electric vehicles for their fleet. They can also receive a tax credit for up to 35% of the total cost of installing charging stations.
Here's how

Washington: Washington businesses can receive a tax credit of up to $20,000 per vehicle for purchasing or leasing electric vehicles. They’re also exempt from paying sales tax for purchasing and installing electric vehicle chargers.
Learn more

 

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