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Atlanta
Active
Last Updated
January 12, 2024
$2,000.00
Rebates
Atlanta E-Bike Rebate Program
The legislation calls for the city to create a committee — one that includes transportation officials and advocates for bicyclists and equity — to study other cities' e-bike incentive programs. If Atlanta's program moves forward, the city would use $1 million in federal funding to shore up the rebate program.
Active
Last Updated
December 15, 2023
$600.00
Rebates
TEP Ebike Rebate Program
- TEP offers rebates for eligible residential customers who purchase a qualifying e-bike. - Customers meeting low-income eligibility thresholds are eligible for a $600 rebate*, those who don’t meet income requirements are eligible for a $100 rebate. - In partnership with Pima County and the City of Tucson, low-income qualifying customers can also receive a free helmet and lock. - Rebates subject to availability of funds.
Closed
Last Updated
December 15, 2023
$1,200.00
Post-purchase rebate
SENATE BILL 343
Senate Bill 343 would give e-bikes retailers cash rebates of up to $1,200 if the person they sold it to provides proof they are a low-income resident. The bill asks for around $5 million from the general fund to give these rebates to the retailers. The dollar amount can vary under this bill, between $1,200 or the cost of the bike – whichever is lower.
Closed
Last Updated
November 17, 2023
$1,200.00
Point-of-sale discount with application
Empower Benton County E-Bike program
- The City of Corvallis received a grant from Pacific Power to incentivize the purchase of electric bicycles (E-bikes) for eligible participants. - The instant rebate is $200 less than the purchase price; maximum of $1,200. - The instant rebate may be used to purchase an electric bicycle, as defined under Oregon State law, as well as a bicycle helmet, safety vest, bike light(s), and bike lock(s). - The City has grant funding for a total of approximately 50 rebates. - The instant rebate will be applied at the time of sale. - The instant rebate will need to be used to purchase and take delivery of an E-bike by December 31, 2021. - One option available to program participants is to apply for a personal loan through Community Lending Works. - E-bike retailers may also have financing options. - Completed applications need to be received by July 12, 2021 at 11:00 PM.
Active
Last Updated
November 14, 2023
$1,000.00
Voucher
Bloomington, IN Ebike Voucher Program
The City of Bloomington is offering up to $1,000 to residents to purchase e-bikes. There are 30 vouchers worth $500 each, available to all residents who meet the requirements, and 15 vouchers worth $1,000 each, available only to low-income residents. The vouchers can be used at Revolution Bike and Bean or The Bicycle Garage. The program is designed to support the city's Climate Action Plan, which seeks to reduce reliance on single-occupancy motor vehicles and reduce the number of miles traveled by vehicles.
Active
Last Updated
October 24, 2023
Voucher
Boulder's climate and transportation goals.
The city is offering incentives to expand access to e-bikes, which will provide those living in the City of Boulder with a discount voucher to cover part of the cost of an e-bike bought from a participating bike shop. Vouchers will be available for commuter e-bikes and e-cargo bikes. Income-eligible applicants will receive larger discounts to help cover the upfront cost of e-bikes and important equipment. The incentives are funded by the city's Climate Tax and supported by a partnership with Community Cycles.
Closed
Last Updated
October 24, 2023
Point-of-sale discount with application
Boulder Electric Bike Purchase Program
- Discounts of at least 10% off the purchase price through Benefits Boulder County program - Tax payer dollars spent on staff time and outreach to lower the cost of e-bikes
Proposed
Last Updated
October 19, 2023
$1,400.00
Point-of-sale discount OR Post-purchase rebate
RS2023-1951
This proposed rebate would offer $300 for an e-bike, $500 for an e-cargo bike, and $1400 for low income buyers.
Active
Last Updated
October 16, 2023
$3,000.00
Free e-bikes
Ride2Own Greater Portland
Participants of the Ride2Own program will receive their own eBike at no cost — along with the essentials including safety gear, repair, and scheduled maintenance. Ride2Own will go beyond most current eBike subsidy programs –delivering not only free eBikes, but also training , safety gear, maintenance/repairs, and community- building events. The program design and execution is advised by compensated community members and transportation experts across disciplines to support the integrity and accessibility of each pilot.
Closed
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
CCCE Electrify Your Ride - Residential Program
The Electrify Your Ride Program offers rebates and support for electric vehicles, Level 2 EV chargers, and EV readiness (electrical work related to charger installation). Rebates are available to 3CE customers and may vary depending on income levels. In addition, some local governments may offer subsidies or other financial incentives to purchase ebikes.
Active
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
$200.00
Point-of-sale discount
- Customers of Green Mountain Power can save $200 when they buy a new eBike for their commute. - Rebate is valid for ebikes with a pretax price of at least $500, purchased between 1/1/23-12/31/23. - Rebate is only for commuters switching from fossil fuel, not recreational bikes. - Participating bike shops can provide customers with the rebate directly when they make their purchase. - Customers will need to provide the retailer their GMP account information from their energy statement.
Active
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
$400.00
Post-purchase rebate
Amazon is offering a subsidy to cover the costs of bike maintenance, rentals, and more for employees who bike to work. This includes bike leases, bike share, maintenance, and bike parking. The monthly bike subsidy ranges from city to city to correspond with local parking costs, which can be up to $400.
Proposed
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
$750.00
Point-of-sale discount with application
Massachusetts Ebike Rebate
-Rebates of up to $500 for electric bicycles (and up to $750 for low- and moderate-income consumers), not more than 40% of the retail price of the purchase. -Funding of $1M in the transportation bond bill to establish e-bike rebates in Massachusetts. -Evaluation of how to implement the program by the Department of Energy Resources (DOER). -Programs in Colorado, California, Hawaii, and elsewhere funded by $10M. -E-bike purchasers would receive a rebate of up to $500 for electric bicycles (and up to $750 for low- and moderate-income consumers), not more than 40% of the retail price of the purchase. -Program to be rolled out in 2024. -Rebates to be available through point-of-sale through retailers.
Proposed
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
Point-of-sale discount OR Post-purchase rebate
Efficiency Maine
A proposal that would qualify electric bicycles for Efficiency Maine rebates is drawing enthusiastic support from environmentalists and retailers. The bill would allow e-bike buyers to qualify for an Efficiency Maine rebate program that currently offers cash incentives ranging between $500 and $7,500. The program would have to be funded by the state and the bill does not yet specify a funding source.
Active
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
$500.00
Voucher
Connecticut Electric Bike Incentive Program
The Connecticut eBike Incentive Program will begin accepting applications on June 28, 2023 at 9 a.m. EDT. eBike consumers and retailers must use the following program links after program launch: Consumer Voucher Application Retailer Voucher Redemption Application Incentive Levels: Standard Voucher: $500 Voucher+: Standard Voucher + $1,000 ($1,500 Total) Voucher+ for Qualifying Connecticut Residents: Voucher+ (an additional $1,000 incentive) will also be available to Connecticut residents that meet any of the following criteria: reside in an Environmental Justice (EJ) community or Distressed Municipality participate in a state or federal income qualifying program have an income less than 300% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL)
Closed
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
Point-of-sale discount
ZOOm Go Electric
The ZOOm Go Electric program offers discounts of up to 45 percent on E-bikes from five participating EV dealers and nine participating bike shops. The program discounts are pre-negotiated based on a group-purchase model and come directly from the participating vendors. Grant funding from the Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) made this program possible.
Active
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
$1,000.00
Point-of-sale discount OR Post-purchase rebate
Pasadena Water and Power Ebike Rebate
The new pilot rebates will apply to new Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3 e-bikes with a limit of two per PWP residential electric service account. Rebate amounts range from $500 to $1000 for e-bikes purchased at retailers within the city of Pasadena, with an additional $250 bonus for customers enrolled in PWP’s income-qualified bill assistance program. Further details about the program, including how to apply, will be announced online at PWPweb.com in late June.
Proposed
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
$500.00
Point-of-sale discount OR Post-purchase rebate AND sales tax waiver
Salt Lake City eBike Program
Salt Lake City is considering offering a $500 rebate to residents who purchase an e-bike.
Proposed
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
Point-of-sale discount
HB 3447
Kam Buckner has proposed a bill, HB3447, to provide a point-of-sale discount to residents who buy an electric bicycle. The bill would give special priority to people who are eligible for food or energy payment assistance assistance, and/or make less than 300 percent of the federal poverty limit. Communities within an EPA “nonattainment area”, a location whose air quality does not meet the air quality standards set by the agency, such as the Chicago region, will also be prioritized for the rebates. Eligible businesses can register with the Illinois Department of Revenue to be reimbursed by the state for the discounts they provide to customers.
Active
Last Updated
October 13, 2023
Point-of-sale discount OR Post-purchase rebate
University of CA E-bike Purchase Discount
UC will provide access to a pre-tax program to pay for transit costs and a UC-negotiated e-bike purchase discount program within 12 months of ratification. UC also agrees to attempt to negotiate reduced-fee or no-fee access to regional transit system(s).

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