In Michigan, truck and bus fleets are getting $4,000 rebates per vehicle, up to $16,000 per business entity, when they buy a new propane vehicle or propane vehicle conversion. - Flint MTA

In Michigan, truck and bus fleets are getting $4,000 rebates per vehicle, up to $16,000 per business entity, when they buy a new propane vehicle or propane vehicle conversion.

Flint MTA

Bus and truck fleets in Michigan, Ohio, Washington, Oregon, and Hawaii, who purchase vehicles fueled by propane, are now eligible for rebates.

In Michigan, truck and bus fleets are getting $4,000 rebates per vehicle, up to $16,000 per business entity, when they buy a new propane vehicle or propane vehicle conversion. Propane vehicle rebates are available until Dec. 31, or until funding lasts.

Any OEM vehicles that are 2015, or newer, and are converted to a propane vehicle system (runs on propane alone, or bi-fuel (propane and gasoline) that is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) qualifies. All federal and state incentives must be applied prior to receiving rebate funds, and the funds may be used for the incremental cost of propane vehicle versus gasoline, or diesel vehicle only.

In Ohio, truck and bus fleets are getting $1,000 rebates per vehicle, up to $5,000 total rebates per business entity, when they buy a new propane vehicle or propane vehicle conversion. Propane vehicle rebates are available until Dec. 31, or until funding lasts.

New OEM vehicles with less than 15,000 miles and are converted to a propane vehicle system that is approved by the EPA qualifies. All federal and state incentives must be applied prior to receiving rebate funds, and the funds may be used for the incremental cost of propane. These rebate funds should be considered “matching funds” when applying for other grants or funding in conjunction with this rebate. There is a limit of five rebates issued to any single entity.

Finally, in Washington, Oregon, and Hawaii, truck and bus fleets are getting $1,500 rebates when they buy a new propane vehicle or propane vehicle conversion. Propane vehicle rebates are available until Dec. 31, or until funding lasts.

Any vehicle or retrofit system that is approved by the EPA and/or the California Air Resources Board, and is registered and operated in Washington, Oregon, or Hawaii, is eligible for a $1,500 incentive payment. All federal and state incentives must be applied prior to receiving rebate funds, and the funds may be used for the incremental cost of propane vehicle versus gasoline or diesel vehicle only. Vehicles must be purchased in 2021.

Originally posted on Metro Magazine

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