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Going Electric: Exploring Eligibility for EV Federal Tax Credits
As the transportation industry undergoes a significant shift towards electrification, commercial fleets have excellent opportunities to decrease operating costs, improve sustainability efforts, and contribute to a cleaner environment.

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Author: Ev Garage Marketing Department

The economy is changing fast. One factor contributing to this phenomenon is the increasing popularity of electric power as a source of energy for commercial fleets. The times are right for those fleets that are willing to take the lead toward a sustainable future. Electric vehicles (EVs) are the frontrunners in the race for a cheaper and environmentally clean transport system. They require minimal maintenance and have lower operating costs and fuel expenses. 

This article takes an in-depth look at the electrification of commercial groups and the advantages it offers. It also examines the factors that make 2023 a crucial year for the transformation of this sector.

Getting Started: The Benefits

The era of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles governing commercial fleets is over. Electric cars are changing the game by providing three financial benefits: lower operation costs, reduced fuel expenses, and simplified maintenance. 

As a result, electric vehicles have higher utilization rates than traditional ICE vehicles, which results in a substantially reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). The numbers speak for themselves - adopting electric vehicles is a strategic decision that not only aligns with sustainability goals but also improves the financial well-being of your fleet.

Qualification Parameters

To benefit from electrification and its associated credits, fleets must meet specific criteria.

  • Eligible vehicles are those purchased between 2023 and 2032, with a minimum battery capacity of 7-kilowatt hours at least. 

  • Be made by an approved manufacturer in North America, for business use in the United States. 

  • For your business use only, not for resale purposes.

  • Mainly used within the United States.

  • Additionally, they must not have previously received credits under sections 30D or 45W.

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The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 introduces a range of incentives, making the transition to electric vehicles more beneficial for knowledgeable fleet managers. 

Incentive Program

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 introduces a range of incentives, making the transition to electric vehicles more beneficial for knowledgeable fleet managers. Enterprises and tax-exempt organizations now have the opportunity to receive significant benefits.

  • Credits of up to $7,500 for vehicles with gross vehicle weight ratings (GVWRs) under 14,000 pounds.

  •  $40,000 for vehicles exceeding this limit. 

Moreover, the act extends incentives to companies investing in EV charging infrastructure, providing credits worth 30% of the equipment costs

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Discover significant cost savings opportunities by utilizing the variety of incentives provided by local utilities, state agencies, and the federal government for EVs and EV chargers. This multifaceted approach not only increases financial profits but also brings a remarkable return on your investment throughout the lifecycle of your fleet operations. 

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