Tell Congress -- Don't let the EV infrastructure tax credit expire!
Last year, Plug In America, along with plug-in vehicle and EV infrastructure manufacturers from coast to coast worked with members of the House and Senate to get a critical plug-in vehicle infrastructure tax credit into the stimulus bill. These EV tax credits of 50% up to $2,000 for individuals, and 50% up to $50,000 for businesses have led to the beginning of early deployment of EV charging infrastructure all across the United States.
But the infrastructure tax credit is set to expire on 12/31/2010 unless we act now!
Just as plug-in cars are about to get on the road is absolutely the wrong time to end these tax credits.
We were initially successful in advocating an extension in the proposed 2010 tax extenders legislation. But now our efforts are threatened - we hear that the tax credit extension for EV infrastructure may be scaled back or eliminated from the tax extenders bill. This credit should be extended at the same level as in the stimulus for at least another three years.
We need your help - and we will do most of the work. Please take just a moment to click through the link below and send a strong message to your representatives in Congress and the President telling them that you want plug-in electric vehicles to be successful along with the truly green jobs they can create.
Show Washington just how serious you are about wanting to make sure we can get affordable plug-in infrastructure at our homes and businesses and support plug-in vehicles getting on the road now. Enter your zip code below to start.
It is time to ask Congress to advance the next generation of transportation options. Each and every voice they hear will make a difference.
Let us do the work for you - Just fill in your zip code below so we can load up your representatives and in less than a minute you can get your message to Congress about this key issue:
p.s. If you are about to purchase a new plug-in vehicle. you may want to purchase your EV charging station before the end of the year just in case!