A New Jersey lawmaker is proposing cash rebates to get more zero-emission vehicles on the road.
Senate Environment Committee chairman Bob Smith says his bill would have the state provide rebates of $100 million annually for three years for consumers who switch to electric vehicles.
“I don’t say where the money is coming from because I’m not that smart. But I know we should be doing it if we want to get people into EVs. We have to start the discussion and this bill starts that discussion.”
Environment New Jersey director Doug O’Malley says it’s a good concept.