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Comparing the Standard and Charge Ahead Rebates

Due to overwhelming demand and limited funding, rebates are suspended as of May 1, 2023. Any vehicles purchased or leased on or after May 1, 2023 are not eligible to apply for the rebate. Funding for OCVRP has been exhausted and a wait list is in effect for all applications. Qualified applicants who purchased an eligible vehicle prior to May 1, 2023, will receive payment when the program receives more funding in 2024. Once funding for new rebates is available again, the program will announce its reopening.​​

Standard Rebate
(purchase or lease on or before April 30, 2023)
Charge Ahead Rebate
(purchase or lease on or before April 30, 2023)
Oregon residents, businesses, nonprofits and government agenciesOregon residents, nonprofits/low-income service providers
New battery electric vehicles and new plug-in hybrid electric vehicles and new zero-emission motorcycles
List of vehicles eligible for the Standard Rebate
New or used battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles
List of vehicles eligible for the Charge Ahead Rebate

No income requirement

Up to 400% of the federal poverty guideline 
$750 for zero-emission motorcycles
$1,500 for battery under 10 kWh
$2,500 for battery 10 kWh or more

*Some applicants may be eligible for both the Standard Rebate and the Charge Ahead Rebate.

Availability depends on program funding at the time of vehicle purchase or lease. Visit the Available Rebate Funding page before your purchase or lease to confirm rebate availability.