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Steve Birkett is an electric vehicle advocate based in Greater Boston, Massachusetts. He is a content creator and marketing professional who contributes written and recorded pieces to a wide range of media outlets. His analysis has been featured in Find The Best Car Price, WWLP TV, and Torque News, among others. He has also had video content featured on Inside EVs. Birkett was an EV Guide for Plug in America events in Massachusetts (Drive Electric Cambridge and Drive Electric Lowell) and Ohio (Earth Day 2019 at Cleveland Zoo). He participates in quarterly advisory panel meetings for EVolve New York (a state-level charging initiative) and has contributed to focus groups for prominent U.S. charging networks.
Birkett is a father-of-two who loves nothing more than packing up the family and hitting the road in their latest electric car, which is currently a 2022 Hyundai IONIQ 5. With multiple Chevy Bolts in his past, as well as a Chevy Volt and Tesla Model 3 LR in the extended family, plus various EV rentals when he ventures back home to his native United Kingdom, Birkett has more than 100,000 all-electric miles under his belt and is always ready to try out a new electric vehicle.
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There’s no denying that electric vehicles (EVs) are expensive, but there are federal and state incentives like rebates and tax credits to make EVs more financially appealing.
But what state EV incentive programs are in place in New Hampshire?
Let’s see what current incentives are available in your area and whether or not you qualify for them.
Last Updated: August 2023
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What EV Incentives Are Available in New Hampshire?
The state of New Hampshire does not offer direct incentives for electric vehicles at this time. However, there are other offers available and we update this post regularly, so check back regularly to see the latest incentives.
Incentives for Purchasing an EV in New Hampshire
New Hampshire does not offer incentives for buying a new electric vehicle, but there are purchase rebates available from the New Hampshire Electric Co-operative. NHEC offers its residential customers a $1,000 rebate for buying or leasing a full EV (new or used). Additionally, rebates are available of $600 for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and $300 for electric motorcycles.
Further savings are available to EV buyers in New Hampshire if they qualify for federal incentives.
Other EV Incentives Offered in New Hampshire
New Hampshire offers the following incentives for electric vehicle charging, maintenance, or related benefits:
- New Hampshire ClearCharge 12EV plan- EV drivers who have purchased a ChargePoint home EV charging unit, sign up for Clearview Energy’s ClearChargeEV plans and get: Free nightly EV charging from 11:00 PM to 6:00 AM every day of the week; $50 cash back on your ChargePoint Home EV Charger purchase; 100% nationally sourced renewable energy.
- In addition to the purchase incentives mentioned above, NHEC also offers residential customers a rebate of $300 to install a Level 2 EV charging station and time-of-use (TOU) rates to make EV charging more affordable.
Now that you know what electric vehicle incentives are available in New Hampshire, what else do you need to know about making the switch to all-electric transportation?
Read our guidance on how to prepare for an EV to make sure the models you’re considering will meet your real-world driving needs!
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there incentives for purchasing an electric vehicle in New Hampshire?
No, there are no state-level incentives in place when you purchase an EV in the state of New Hampshire. Also, check out our picks for the best deals on EVs.
Are there additional fees for purchasing an electric vehicle in New Hampshire?
No, there are not additional fees to pay when you purchase an EV in the state of New Hampshire.
Does sales tax apply when I buy an EV in New Hampshire?
Sales tax is applied to electric vehicle purchases in New Hampshire at the same rate as traditional combustion vehicles. Visit our resource page to find the vehicle sales tax in New Hampshire.