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OPPD offering electric vehicle rebates for 2nd year

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Posted at 8:50 AM, Jul 25, 2019

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Omaha Public Power District is once again offering rebates for electric vehicles and charging technology. Last year, OPPD distributed 60 EV rebates and 118 EV charger rebates to customers.

The rebates are possible through a partnership with the Nebraska Community Energy Alliance and include:
- $2,500 rebate after the purchase of a new EV, as well as the installation and registration of a ChargePoint Home™ charging station
- $500 rebate for a ChargePoint Home™ charging station
- $100 rebate after installation of required electrical work in order to support a level two home charging station

Local car dealerships have also partnered with OPPD to promote these rebates, with some offering additional rebates through their dealerships. Partners include Huber Chevrolet, Woodhouse Nissan (Bellevue), Sid Dillon (Blair), Nissan of Omaha, H&H Chevrolet, and Audi of Omaha. Additional manufacturer rebates are available from the following dealerships:
- Nissan: $3,500 incentive for 2019 Nissan Leaf with 40 kWh battery and a $2,500 incentive for 2019 Nissan Leaf with 62 kWh battery
- Audi: $1,000 off manufacturer’s suggested retail price of a 2019 Audi e-tron purchased after January 1, 2019
- GM: $5,500 off 2019 Chevy Bolt with additional dealership rebates throughout the metro area

Federal tax credits of up to $7,500 may be available to those purchasing EVs or EV technology. Customers should talk with their tax advisor for specific details.

To see the full rebate details, or to apply for a rebate, visit oppd.com.