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U.S. Federal EV Tax Credit Update For January 2019

02.21.2019 · Posted in Cars Articles, Other Vehicles Articles

From this year on, plug-in car sales will be affected by the federal tax credit phase out The first two manufacturers – Tesla and General Motors – already reached the limit of 200,000 plug-in electric car sales in the U.S., which triggered phase-out of the federal tax credit, an incentive that enables a lower effective ...

UK Government Slammed For Approach To Electric Cars

The government has been criticized for removing or reducing incentives for eco-friendly cars. MPs have criticized the government’s policy surrounding electric vehicles, citing a “lack of ambition” and “vagueness”. In October, the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee, which comprises a group of MPs, published a report suggesting that the government incentives electric and ...

Delhi Would Like To Achieve 25% Electric Car *********** By 2023

Delhi will give example to the whole of India Delhi, the capital of India, is trying to do something with its air pollution, which according to WHO survey of 1,600 world cities, is the worst of any major city in the world (see Wikipedia). The new Draft Delhi EV Policy 2018 envisions support of vehicle ...

GM Hits Federal Tax Credit Phase-Out Of 200,000 EVs Sold In U.S.

12.15.2018 · Posted in Cars Articles, Other Vehicles Articles

It will be more difficult for GM to compete soon. According to our estimates (see Monthly Plug-In EV Sales Scorecard), General Motors crossed the mark of 200,000 plug-in electric car sales in the U.S. before the end of November 2018. The 200,000 sales is the magical number, which triggers the phase-out of the federal tax credit of ...

Government Subsized Plug-Ins Go Uncharged In UK

Have a PHEV and get only 40 MPG? You are doing it wrong. Miles Consultancy explored the fuel consumption of plug-in hybrids in corporate fleets in the UK and revealed worrying findings that the average is just 40 miles per gallon (MPG), while it should be 130 MPG! There is a reason for that – company ...

The Future Of PHEVs Looks Bleak In UK

UK will check whether PHEVs are attractive without the Plug-In Car Grant UK is Europe’s biggest market for plug-in hybrid cars, but after the cut of the £2,500 Plug-In Car Grant for PHEVs (and decreasing for BEVs from £4,500 to £3,500), sales are expected to decrease. According to JATO Dynamics global analyst Felipe Munoz, in the ...

Here Are The Most Electric Car Friendly States In The U.S.

10.17.2018 · Posted in Cars Articles, Other Vehicles Articles

THE BEST SPOTS FOR EV OWNERSHIP HAVE THE MOST CHARGING STATIONS PER CAPITA AND THE LOWEST ELECTRICITY RATES, AMONG OTHER FACTORS. It’s well known that some parts of the nation are more friendly to electric vehicle ownership than others, and for a variety of reasons. Usually one thinks of California as the nation’s hotbed for ...

Mitsubishi Cries Foul Over End Of Grant In UK: Outlander PHEV Sales

10.13.2018 · Posted in Cars Articles, Other Vehicles Articles

Mitsubishi will lose the most from the end of Plug-in Car Grant for PHEVs. Mitsubishi Motors decided to respond to the reduction of Plug-In Car Grant in UK, which next month not only decreases the amount of incentives to BEVs to £3,500, but basically eliminates PHEVs (previously eligible for £2,500). Mitsubishi said it’s surprised and disappointed. The ...

UK Excludes PHEVs From Plug-In Electric Car Grant: BEVs Still Qualify

UK reduces the Plug-In Car Grant basically to only to BEVs and FCVs. As the media reported, drying funds caused a major reduction to the Plug-In Car Grant in the UK, which since 2011 enabled the purchase of more than 160,000 significantly cheaper (initially by £5,000 to all plug-ins, and later by £2,500-£4,500 depending on category) ...

UK Plug-In Car Grant Running Low On Funding

10.08.2018 · Posted in Cars Articles, Other Vehicles Articles

The future of incentives for plug-in cars is uncertain. The Plug-In Car Grant in the UK lightened the purchase of plug-in electric cars for probably around 170,000 customers, but according to media reports, it’s now uncertain what the future will hold due to insufficient funding. Initially, consumers were able to get up to £5,000 and ...