The Volunteer State’s Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) has announced that, starting June 15, it will offer rebates of $2,500 for EVs, and $1,500 for PHEVs, sold or leased by Tennessee dealerships and registered in the state. The dealer must file a claim for the rebate, then pass it on to the consumer.
There is $682,500 in rebate money available, which will be paid out on a first-come, first-served basis until it runs out.
“Electric vehicles are a great alternative for Tennesseans looking to do their part in protecting the air we breathe,” TDEC Commissioner Bob Martineau said. “This rebate program is a way to assist consumers making environmentally conscious transportation decisions.”