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Electric Vehicle Ride & Drive in Independence May 11

Join the City of Independence, nonprofit Forth, Pacific Power, and the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality for a fun electric vehicle Ride & Drive on Saturday, May 11.

The Ride & Drive is at Independence’s “Touch-a-Truck” event in Riverview Park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Grab a donut and learn more about EV options. Cars available for test drives include a Chevy Bolt, Nissan LEAF, and BMW i3 Rex. While you’re there, check out the many trucks on display, and see a hybrid electric bucket truck!

Test drives are first-come, first serve for drivers 21 and older — be sure to bring your valid driver’s license!

Independence Ride & Drive
May 11, 2019 | 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Riverview Park, 60 C St in Independence

$3,500 off a 2019 Nissan LEAF is Back!
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GREAT NEWS FOR CUSTOMERS OF THE EUGENE WATER & ELECTRIC BOARD, PACIFIC POWER, AND PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC.

Nissan is partnering with the utilities to offer customers an extra $3,500 off the purchase price of a 2019 Nissan LEAF or $2,500 off a 2019 Nissan LEAF Plus — now through July 1!

Find details on our Incentives & Rebates page.

Photo by Kārlis Dambrāns, Creative Commons on Flickr.

Pacific Power Offers Grants for EV Charging Infrastructure
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PACIFIC POWER HAS OPENED A NEW ROUND OF GRANTS FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE.

Funding awards will cover up to 100 percent of the eligible costs to purchase and install charging stations. Eligible projects can include businesses installing chargers for employees and customers, multi-family housing, community car sharing programs, and others.

Projects will be selected quarterly through a competitive evaluation process, so act fast! Cycle 3 starts now, and applications are due May 15.

More information, including eligibility requirements and application materials, is available on Pacific Power’s website. Pacific Power will also host a webinar for grant seekers on April 30 at 11 a.m. Email Pacific Power to sign up!

Pacific Power Grants Support Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
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PACIFIC POWER HAS OPENED A NEW ROUND OF GRANTS FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE.

Funding awards will cover up to 100 percent of the eligible costs to purchase and install charging stations. Eligible projects can include businesses installing chargers for employees and customers, multi-family housing, community car sharing programs, and others.

Projects will be selected quarterly through a competitive evaluation process, so act fast! Cycle 2 starts now, and applications are due February 15. Pacific Power expects to open its next round in April.

More information, including eligibility requirements and application materials, is available on Pacific Power’s website.

Pacific Power Offering Oregon Grants for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Photo: Pacific Power

Photo: Pacific Power

Pacific Power is now offering grants for electric vehicle charging infrastructure for its non-residential customers.

Funding awards will cover up to 100 percent of the eligible costs to purchase and install charging stations. Total grant funding is capped at $1.45 million through the end of 2019.

Projects will be selected quarterly through a competitive evaluation process, so act fast! Cycle 1 starts now, and applications are due November 15. Pacific Power expects to notify the first round of awardees in December.

More information, including eligibility requirements and application materials, is available on Pacific Power’s website.

Pacific Power Customers Can Save an Extra $3,000 on a 2018 Nissan Leaf

Pacific Power customers who purchase a 2018 Nissan LEAF by January 2, 2019 can receive a $3,000 discount on the purchase price, thanks to a partnership between Pacific Power and Nissan.

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This can mean big savings for Oregon electric vehicle drivers. The $3,000 savings can be combined with a federal tax credit up to $7,500 and an Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Clean Vehicle Rebate of up to $2,500. 

The starting MSRP for a 2018 LEAF is about $30,000 -- with a combined manufacturer discount, federal tax credit, and state rebate, Pacific Power customers could save more than a third of the cost of the brand new zero-emissions ride. 

Learn more on Pacific Power's website