The Connecticut Public Act 17-73 requires that the Municipal Electric Consumer Advocate convene an annual public forum on the second Wednesday in October, “for the purpose of describing the recent activities of the Municipal Electric Consumer Advocate and receiving feedback from consumers.” That forum will be held on October 10, 2018, at 7:30 pm, at the headquarters of the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative, 30 Stott Ave, Norwich, CT.
Groton Utilities has started a limited time, pilot rebate program for the acquisition of plug in electric cars (EVPI). How does it work, you may ask?
The program provides a $2,000 rebate for the first 20 electric vehicle purchases by Groton Utilities and Bozrah Light & Power customers, and a $1,000 rebate for the first 20 electric vehicle leases by Groton Utilities and Bozrah Light & Power customers.
These rebates are available in addition to a Federal tax credit of $7,500 and a State of Connecticut $2,000 grant. Within our local service area, Cardinal Honda and Girard Nissan are also offering rebates on their qualifying EVPI models.
The program also provides an additional rebate up to $600 for an approved Level 2 charging station.
Customers must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Provide a copy of the most current Groton Utilities electric bill paid in full, i.e. showing a zero balance.
- Provide a proof of purchase of either an electric hybrid plug-in vehicle or an electric plug-in vehicle from any dealer selling new qualified EVPIs.
- Provide proof of a dedicated 240V circuit installed by a Connecticut licensed electrician and signed off electrical permit from the governing building inspector.
- The customer must also pass a Groton Utilities post installation inspection.
Groton Utilities is, as always, at your service.