Connecticut's new $1-million CHEAPR EV incentive offers up to $3,000 for new plug-in and hydrogen vehicles, but one popular PHEV won't qualify for max amount.
Connecticut Governor Malloy wants to use money from a settlement fund to support EV purchases in the Nutmeg State.
We're feeling warm and fuzzy about the Nutmeg State after Connecticut leaders said it would earmark $200,000 for the purpose of getting more businesses to install electric-vehicle charging stations. The Connecticut Departments of Energy and Environmental Protection are behind the initiative, which is part of Governor Dannel Malloy's broader energy strategy. State leaders and the Department of Energy's eGallon rating say that recharging an EV in the state costs the equivalent of paying about $1.7