Study: Point-of-sale EV rebates buyers prefer could have saved $2 billion vs. tax credits

By [email protected] (Stephen Edelstein) Purchase incentives are an important tool for increasing EV adoption, but the current federal tax credit may not be the most effective, according to a new George Washington University study. Buyers prefer a rebate that’s applied at the point of sale—sometimes referred to as “cash on the hood”—to a delayed tax credit, even if the credit…

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