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Funding is appropriated for the rebate project each year in the State Budget. FY 2016-17 funding will be exhausted before FY 2017-18 funds will be appropriated and allocated to the project.
As of June 30, 2017, only qualified lower-income applicants, as described https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/income-eligibility, will receive rebates. CVRP reserved $8 million for qualified lower-income applicants, thereby prioritizing payments to low- and moderate-income applicants in accordance with program requirements. All other applicants will be placed on a rebate waitlist. Qualified applicants on the rebate waitlist will receive payment if the project receives more funding from the State of California. https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/faqs/what-does-rebate-waitlist-mean-me.
It is finally out, the official vid of when Leilani Munter surprised Maxwell.....the 16 yr old EV advocate who worked successfully to get a grant for a public charger for his town....with a ride in a Tesla Motors P85D....this rocks!!
The EAA was there to bring Maxwell's story to Leilani and the production company, additionally, EAA members helped on the day of the shoot by bringing their own Tesla EVs along with Tesla Motors to use....awesome day and thanks to 100% Campaign who put this all together.
A full behind the scenes story can be found here on EAA Board Member Chris Neff's blog
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