MOR-EV is a Massachusetts program that issues rebates to electric vehicle drivers

Purchase or lease an eligible electric vehicle and apply for your rebate today!

×Effective May 16, 2022, the MOR-EV rebate will only be available for eligible vehicles purchased or leased from licensed dealerships or retail locations located in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. For eligible vehicles where no distribution channels are available in Massachusetts, purchases or leases made outside the Commonwealth will be eligible.

Receive up to $2,500 for a new electric vehicle!

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Individual Post Purchase Rebate

  • Must be a resident living in Massachusetts
  • Purchase or lease a new eligible vehicle with a purchase price less than $50,000
  • Submit your online application and supporting documents within 3 months of purchase/lease
  • Receive $2,500 for a new battery or fuel cell electric vehicle, and $1,500 for a new plug-in hybrid electric vehicle
  • Vehicles must be retained and registered in Massachusetts for at least 36 months

Fleet Post Purchase Rebate

  • Must be a business or non-profit organization organization operating in Massachusetts
  • Purchase or lease a new eligible vehicle with a purchase price less than $50,000
  • Vehicles must have been purchased or leased after June 25, 2020 to be eligible
  • Submit an online application for up to 10 vehicles at a time
  • Receive $2,500 for a new battery or fuel cell electric vehicle, and $1,500 for a new plug-in hybrid electric vehicle
  • Eligible for 10 rebates per calendar year; 20 over program lifetime

The Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) program aims to provide air pollution emission reductions for the Commonwealth by increasing the use of electric vehicles.

Funded by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs’ Department of Energy Resources (DOER) and administered statewide by the Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE), MOR-EV provides rebates of up to $2,500 for the purchase or lease of battery electric vehicles and fuel-cell electric vehicles and up to $1,500 for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.

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