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You won’t just help the planet when you upgrade to a cleaner and more efficient electric vehicle.

We are supporting the State of Rhode Island's carbon reduction goals and our own commitment to advancing sustainable energy solutions to safeguard the environment for future generations. National Grid is a strong supporter of electrifying on-road transportation because of its promise in significantly reducing green-house gas emissions.

The Benefits of Driving an Electric Vehicle or Plug-in Hybrid

Cost Savings. Take advantage of financial incentives with federal tax credits.  Effective July 10, 2017, the Rhode Island EV incentive program was suspended due to the unavailability of program funding.  Read more here.

Charging Anywhere. It’s easy and affordable to charge from home or work using a basic outlet and the number of stations is growing everyday.

Extended Range. Several models in the market have 200+ miles of range, and many more are coming soon. An EV could be perfect for your commute and give you plenty of range for your weekend trips, too.

A Variety of Models. EVs and Plug-in Hybrid EVs (PHEVs) are available as SUVs, hatchbacks, sedans, minivans, and soon pickup trucks.

Fun to Drive! Instant torque lets you accelerate faster than the average gas vehicle. Enjoy the benefits of remarkably quiet, self-starting, and heated steering wheels, among other high tech features!

See offers from car dealers in Rhode Island and Massachusetts or learn more below.

The Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission approved our EV program to help EV drivers reduce their home EV charging costs.


Interested in reducing your at home EV charging costs by up to 25%?

Exclusive $5,000 discount on Nissan LEAF for National Grid customers

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