Nissan Leaf SL Buyers Get $2,500 EV Rebate in Tennessee
Potential LEAF owners must also live in Tennessee and apply for the EV Project via the online Nissan LEAF Customer Journey to qualify for the rebate.
Applicants must own their own home, intend on residing there for a minimum of two years and provide a valid state of Tennessee zip code. Finally, applicants must be willing to sign up and share their LEAF charging data as a part of the EV Project. All EV Project participants will receive a Blink Wall Mount charger free of cost, as well as a free or substantially subsidized installation.
Also, members who are already enrolled in the EV Project and have taken ownership of their Nissan LEAF are still eligible to apply for the rebate retroactively.
“The state’s $2.5 million investment highlights Tennessee’s commitment to becoming a premier market for electric vehicles, and will further incentivize drivers to purchase a Nissan LEAF and enroll in The EV Project,” stated Jonathan Read, CEO of ECOtality, Inc. “This rebate also complements the consumer offerings of The EV Project to make purchasing an EV a sound economic decision.”