NH EV Tax Credit & Electric Vehicle Incentives

NH EV Tax Credit

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Have you been on the fence about deciding to get an electric or hybrid vehicle? If you’ve driven a gas model since the beginning, it can be daunting when thinking about making the switch to go electric. With the times changing, EVs are only getting better and more recognized for their benefits to the environment and to your bank account. Learn more about the NH tax credit at Portsmouth Ford, and visit us to begin shopping our hybrid and electric vehicles!

NH Electric Vehicle Incentives

NH Electric Vehicle Incentives

Wondering about the NH EV tax credit? We’ve got you covered on the state incentives you can expect. There is currently no set tax credit that is offered across the state, but there are certain incentives that you can acquire. The New Hampshire Electric Co-Op provides EV users with the following incentives:

  • A $1,000 rebate for purchasing or leasing a new electric vehicle
  • A $600 rebate for purchasing or leasing a new plug-in hybrid vehicle
  • A $300 rebate for purchasing or leasing a new electric motorcycle


Federal EV Incentives

Additionally, the New Hampshire Electric Co-Op offers EV owners $300 for the installation of a Level 2 residential electric vehicle charging station. Although the state of New Hampshire doesn’t offer its own NH EV tax credit, that doesn’t mean you can’t reap the benefits of federal incentives. If you own an EV or a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) in New Hampshire, you could potentially collect the Federal Electric Car Tax Credit and earn up to $7,500.

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Are you ready to find your very own Built Ford Tough® EV or Hybrid model? Visit Portsmouth Ford to discover our inventory of efficient vehicles and learn more about NH electric vehicle incentives!



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