Electric Vehicles

SDG&E LAUNCHES ELECTRIC VEHICLE INSTANT REBATE PROGRAM FOR K-12 TEACHERS AND FIRST RESPONDERS

 

SDG&E discount, combined with state & federal incentives, makes EVs more affordable for teachers, firefighters, police officers, Sheriff’s deputies, lifeguards and EMTs



Source:  SDG&E

September 6, 2017 (San Diego) - San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) announced a new giving initiative today to provide instant rebates to K-12 teachers and first responders (police, fire, Sheriff’s deputies, lifeguards and emergency medical technicians) for the purchase or lease of a new electric vehicle (EV). Under the Champions for Clean Air: SDG&E EV Rebate Program, those professionals who live and work in communities served by SDG&E in San Diego and southern Orange counties are eligible for $1,000 discounts.

LOCAL ELECTRIC VEHICLE DRIVERS TO RECEIVE $200 EACH IN BILL CREDIT



Nearly 7,000 EV drivers applied for the credit

East County News Service

July 6, 2017 (San Diego) – Thousands of electric vehicle (EV) drivers in the San Diego region will get a pleasant surprise when they open their SDG&E residential bill over the next month, as they will be receiving $200 in credit for each EV they own or lease. EV drivers help clean the air and create healthier communities by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and they save on fueling costs, as charging an electric vehicle costs less than putting gas in the tank.

SDG&E AIMS TO REDUCE AIR POLLUTION BY DEPLOYING ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY







Seven new proposals would bring EV charging to the airport, local port, delivery fleets, taxi/rideshare, Park-and-Rides and residences

Source: SDG&E

January 21, 2017 (San Diego) – America’s transportation sector is the top source for producing harmful carbon emissions and in San Diego it accounts for more than half of all carbon emissions. Aiming to help solve the problem, today San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) filed a series of proposals with the California Public Utilities Commission to install tens of thousands of electric charging stations in new, key areas to encourage the transition to zero-emission electric vehicles (EVs), trucks, shuttles, and delivery fleets, among other areas.

GREENSMART TECHNICAL COLLEGE COMING TO SAN DIEGO—ALONG WITH ELECTRIC CAR ENGINE MANUFACTURING PLANT

 

An ECM exclusive special report


Amptran is developing an electric engine with capacity to travel 400 miles between charges using lithium air technology. The break-through could revolutionize the car industry --and eliminate U.S. dependence on OPEC Mideast oil

By Miriam Raftery

TURN OVER A NEW "LEAF"-- STATE OFFERS TAX CREDIT FOR PLUG-IN VEHICLES

November 12, 2010 (San Diego)--Next month, San Diego will become one of the first and few markets in the country where Nissan will begin selling its plug-in electric vehicle called the Leaf. That model will be joined by the Chevrolet Volt, another plug-in electric vehicle, by year’s end. 

 

INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS SEPT. 2 IN LA MESA; ADDITIONAL MEETINGS SET AROUND COUNTY

 

August 31, 2010 (San Diego County) -- Business and property owners interested in participating in a grant-funded program to install commercial charging units in the San Diego Region may attend one of several informational meetings.

Come to one of these short meetings to learn how your business can get involved in the largest electric vehicle project in U.S. history!

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