COVID-19 Update

The Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) has instated a work from home policy for all employees due to increasing concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19. Operations for the Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) will continue but delays to check processing and mailing may occur until our office re-opens. If you have mailed in supporting documents for your application, the postmark will be honored as the submission date, but we will review these documents upon re-opening of the CSE office. You may experience delays in processing.

×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.

MOR-EV Program Statistics

MOR-EV Program Statistics offers interactive access to data provided by the Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) program, funded by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources.

Leveraging the rebate program database of information gathered since program inception in June 2014, MOR-EV Program Statistics provide a variety of information about the adoption and distribution of electric vehicles in Massachusetts. Not all electric vehicles in Massachusetts will be captured in the MOR-EV database as not every electric vehicle owner applies for a MOR-EV rebate. In addition to key statistics about MOR-EV, this site offers rebate distribution data filtered by zip code or county.

As the MOR-EV program administrator, the Center for Sustainable Energy promotes the production and use of electric vehicles through consumer rebates, outreach and education.

Questions? Email mor-ev@energycenter.org.

Download the data in Excel format: MOR-EV Program Statistics

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